Has Runners World Forum died?

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05/06/2012 at 20:38
At the risk of upsetting you again, read more carefully. Punk is the last of a set of unacceptable labels (one that I like many would wear as a badge of honour).. Labelling is all parrt of judgement, which everyone says they are against, However... make it up yourself!
05/06/2012 at 20:39
Neither can I, haven't you got someone more important to annoy?
05/06/2012 at 20:42
DT... Wot is your problem?

Are you NLR, are you DD, are you Jane?

Wanna know the truff

I am Stadler and TimR is Waldorf.
05/06/2012 at 20:45
Upset? That goes back to what I said earlier about the reader reading things into what the writer has written that aren't there. What makes you think you are upsetting me?

Maybe I'm alone in the world for stereotyping people. Boy racers, 4x4 drivers, cyclists dressed in lycra? Sorry but if you dress and behave in a certain manner why am I wrong to believe you want me to think that is how you want to be perceived.
05/06/2012 at 20:48
Mr Stadler. DT we may be appearing here all week. Apply for tickets now so you're not disappointed.
05/06/2012 at 20:56
Ooh is Julia Bradbury on. Another middle aged woman to stalk. Being a middle aged woman, I bet she likes cake or am I stereotyping again? Probably enjoys a glass of wine too.
05/06/2012 at 20:56
Hey Waldorf, have we slayed the beast?
05/06/2012 at 21:00
Well I kind of liked him/her.

It's that bloody punk Chris Packam on BBC2 although he's sold out and cut his hair nowadays. Probably eating cake with Michaela Strachan now. Lucky git!
05/06/2012 at 21:08
TimR, upset ... your comments 18:14, 19:48. But, I will let those go, as I think you are a kindred spirit on this site. packham, and her (Hitman and ...) punks?? I think you may have missed something.
05/06/2012 at 21:18
Oh. I see. You missed my irony at 19:48 and age is but a number.

Maybe it's my age. To me a punk is Sid Vicious etc and when I was a kid Chris Packham had a moheikan. Something he did as a statement, just like Nigel Kenedy the violinist.
05/06/2012 at 21:22
Yeah agreed! But who the hell is Chris Packham? Seriously.. who?
05/06/2012 at 21:40
"I've largely stopped posting on here" and then writes a post to tell us. Nobody cares you silly little man. I bet even your own missus wishes you'd do one!

Why is it that the type that kill a forum with their pompous, self righteous, bland and mundane lives, then have the nerve to say I don't post now. It's YOU that have created the sterile, liveless forum you moron!

Sorry to piss on your parade, but it's not all about you! Go see Tony Blair... he'll give you a dsiagnosis that will allow ypou to be a total **** and get away with it.

05/06/2012 at 21:53
Sometimes it's difficult to tell whether people are deliberately winding you up. I always use the benefit if doubt and try through a few exchanges to get things straight. Occasionally it's pretty obvious.

If it's obvious I either ignore them or give them one line. Life's too short.

I mean I'm far too busy spending all day discussing important things with strangers on the Internet. (More deliberate irony - just in case it gets missed )

In the old days people used to sit in pubs and take opposing views and chat over the general meaningless of life. Now we have the Internet. It's either this or Eastenders (or Springwatch). It's raining so, being a middle aged fair-weather fun runner who likes cake, I'm not going out for a run.
05/06/2012 at 21:57
Alright DT, here is one of your previous npearls of wisdom:

You're the reason I don't post anymore"...

Isn't there some fat middle class website for these people?

Fat mothers forum or something.

I quite like cup cakes. Prefer chocolate bars. Soft spot for Bountys

Keep up the mock indignstion.
05/06/2012 at 22:02
TimR... you are correct. The internet does not really exist for runners, it was created for surfers.
20/12/2012 at 20:33

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