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Moshy

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    Who is Betty Ford anyway?

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    1997

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  1. MD, first in best dressed, they're all yours. Flick me your addy & I'll get 'em on their way
  2. Hoka Challenger ATR trai runner (US12). In pretty good condition (small knick on top of right shoe) & I reckon these run on the narrow side of things fit wise. I Pick up from the Eastern 'burbs of Melbourne, or will throw in free postage to Trannie of good standing.
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    OT saving lives

    Muchas gracias senor Roxii.
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    OT saving lives

    Timely thread, have literally just got off the phone from my centre & they've asked me if I could do platelets, instead of the plasma I was booked in for this Sunday. This will be first platelets, there was no mention of "triples" & was told it should be around the same time as plasma, I'm assuming this is correct!?!? Barring any issues between now & then, you can chalk up an unregistered donation to the Mexicans tally.
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    Busso 2018

    I hope the guy on the right is practicing drinking tea with the Queen & not throwing the Devil's Horns!?!? Acceptable variations of the Metal Fist -:
  6. Pretty sure I'll have '97 Noosa results, but won't be able to put my hands on' em until the weekend.
  7. For a great cause, I'll be more than happy to donate $85 to not drink a beer = 🤢🤮
  8. There's a new free to air business/finance channel launched Monday, channel 95 "Your Money". Haven't watched it yet it to say if it's any good or not, but might be worth a looksee. https://mediaweek.com.au/your-money-on-foxtel-and-fta-tv/
  9. Yeap, had SVT/WPW and had the ablation to fix it about 10 years ago. Was diagnosed after having 2 episodes 6 months apart. The 2 options I was given was 1. Beta blockers for the rest of my life or 2. Ablation. Given my age at the time (mid 30's) and on Dr's strong recommendation, I went option 2. In my case I think I got the all clear to resume normal activities 3 months post ablation and I've been all good ever since. A few others (must be something in the water at Nunawading Pool) in the club weren't so lucky and had multiple goes at getting theirs ablated. In those failed cases, they weren't able to induce the SVT to be able to find the accessory pathway, to be able to treat it. Sounds like you're based in Melbourne. I used Jeff Allison. Believe he also looked after Emma Carney when she was going through her heart troubles.
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    Winterfish 2018

    How'd ya go Exy? What loop you do? Spoke to my 'berger mate last night & told him to keep an eye for a banana bender.
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    Winterfish 2018

    I'm a Reverse Iceberger (warm pool, followed by cold shower) this time of year, so I wont be joining you........I just look like a dumb can't. But I do swim with these guys on occasion over the warmer months (I tap in & out at 15 degrees), so if you don't know anybody, I can put you in touch with a couple of 'bergers if you like!?!?
  12. ST covered the frame material debate recently -: https://www.slowtwitch.com/Tech/The_Frame_Material_Debate_6881.html
  13. 2 lightly used tyres & therefore in VGC. With their fine diamond pattern tread, these were bought for the bike path & rollers, they're also tubeless ready. Free pick up from Nunawading area, or will include postage (if I can get 'em folded up again, to fit into one of those Aus. Post 3kg bag jobs) for any semi regular poster. http://road.cc/content/review/223113-maxxis-re-fuse-275-x-20-gravel-tyre
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