Postby jeremyb on Thu 16/Feb/06 8:44am

True, even tho' I cannot resist mimicking absolutely everything I see whether its on TV or the racetrack, I usually run out of money way before I can buy the chainsaw to hack some young school girls up down by the lake :(
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Postby Tama on Thu 16/Feb/06 8:49am

_jb_ wrote:True, even tho' I cannot resist mimicking absolutely everything I see whether its on TV or the racetrack, I usually run out of money way before I can buy the chainsaw to hack some young school girls up down by the lake :(
You're watching the wrong movies - simple gardening tools are cheap and plentiful.
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Postby jeremyb on Thu 16/Feb/06 8:55am

Tama wrote:You're watching the wrong movies - simple gardening tools are cheap and plentiful.


Perhaps you're right, I need to redirect my efforts into more affordable outlets! Huzzah!
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Postby Percy Pig on Thu 16/Feb/06 10:01am

_jb_ wrote:True, even tho' I cannot resist mimicking absolutely everything I see whether its on TV or the racetrack, I usually run out of money way before I can buy the chainsaw to hack some young school girls up down by the lake :(


Wanna borrow a chainsaw? its even got gas in it! :thumbsup:

The Supercars are the only thing I can think of, other than MTBing, that would entice me to go to Hamiltron. :)
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Postby pissface on Thu 16/Feb/06 10:05am

_jb_ wrote:
Tama wrote:You're watching the wrong movies - simple gardening tools are cheap and plentiful.


Perhaps you're right, I need to redirect my efforts into more affordable outlets! Huzzah!
Bunnings do a $20 drill, and orbital sander, I am sure there is an equivalent circular saw
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Postby Sims on Thu 16/Feb/06 10:09am

pissface wrote:
_jb_ wrote:
Tama wrote:You're watching the wrong movies - simple gardening tools are cheap and plentiful.


Perhaps you're right, I need to redirect my efforts into more affordable outlets! Huzzah!
Bunnings do a $20 drill, and orbital sander, I am sure there is an equivalent circular saw
$7 Angle grinder from Countdown Rotorua…
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Postby XCrider on Thu 16/Feb/06 10:15am

That is wicked news not that i have actually been to Hamiltron i sure they have got some wicked streets to hoon round on and plenty of rednecks to cheer them on Woot :cool:
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Postby wachtourak on Thu 16/Feb/06 11:45am

Quite interesting that they want a Hamilton Street race when by then there is gonna be a new world class track an hour or less up the road (Horsham Downs or whatever it's gonna be called) and the Taupo track is being fully upgraded too.

But Avesco wants a street race, so it's a street race they get I guess...

Cool.
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Postby scatter on Thu 16/Feb/06 11:48am

Percy Pig wrote:The Supercars are the only thing I can think of, other than MTBing, that would entice me to go to Hamiltron. :)


:(
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Postby XCgeek on Thu 16/Feb/06 12:24pm

scatter wrote:
Percy Pig wrote:The Supercars are the only thing I can think of, other than MTBing, that would entice me to go to Hamiltron. :)


:(


We can't claim tobe coming to the tron just to see you scatter! That is the real reason but some of us have partners and the truth just wouldn't be a pretty sight. :cool:
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Postby scatter on Thu 16/Feb/06 12:26pm

XCgeek wrote:
scatter wrote:
Percy Pig wrote:The Supercars are the only thing I can think of, other than MTBing, that would entice me to go to Hamiltron. :)


:(


We can't claim tobe coming to the tron just to see you scatter! That is the real reason but some of us have partners and the truth just wouldn't be a pretty sight. :cool:


:D
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Postby Friendly Llama on Thu 16/Feb/06 12:37pm

Percy Pig wrote:The Supercars are the only thing I can think of, other than MTBing, that would entice me to go to Hamiltron. :)


Theres biking in Hamilton? Where? :0


:D
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Postby Datsane on Thu 16/Feb/06 5:10pm

YFY
I'm thinking of buying a pub or building thats right by the track :D
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Postby Percy Pig on Thu 16/Feb/06 6:33pm

Friendly Llama wrote:
Percy Pig wrote:The Supercars are the only thing I can think of, other than MTBing, that would entice me to go to Hamiltron. :)


Theres biking in Hamilton? Where? :0


:D


You better get trail building, cos Im gonna be there for the V8's, and want to ride bikes when Im there! : :D

You've got a couple of years, so you should have 50-75k's of trail done by then. :thumbsup:
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Postby |ncary on Thu 16/Feb/06 6:35pm

do v8's have nos?

if not it's so not a street race


oh, BOv's needed too
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