By All Means! Dont allow some butt head to deprive us of your keen
wit and stellar intellect. I always look forward to your posts, on
any subject! Back in your hole, lurker. Larry.
----- Original Message -----
From Rick Fisk <rickfisk at concentric.net>
To: Wm. Severin Thompson <email@example.com>
Cc: <Mbrubin18@aol.com>; <JWoesvra@aol.com>; <LMR356@aol.com>; Thickos
<firstname.lastname@example.org>; vintage race list
Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2000 10:11 AM
Subject: Re: now I remember...
> Every list has at least one narrow minded turd that can't stand to
see a post
> relating to a subject outside of his tiny little world. Ignore him.
> can't just hit the delete key when a post outside of his interest
comes up, then
> he should stop reading the newsgroups, go back to his closet, and
shut the door
> tight <g>. Imagine what happens when one of these people picks up a
> they must go ballistic!
> The main point of your post (at least the way I read it) was to warn
> drives one of these old cars to check their suspension bits. I
> how someone can't see the value in that advice. I enjoy your
> to the spridgets list - keep 'em coming.
> '59 Sprite
> "Wm. Severin Thompson" wrote:
> > Gents,
> > In fact, we did take our toys in Thickoland and play elsewhere a
> > years ago...and formed our own mail list which is a lively
> > tasteless jokes, comraderie, trackside social plans... and even
> > related subjects now and again. The gentlemen that was offended at
> > with all our personal banter on the vintage race list has now
> > dark side" and is one of our valuable members in Canada.
> > Some people read between the lines... some just the lines... and
> > not even sure what page you're reading. Most often these days, any
> > might take to the vintage race list is in reference to helping
> > upcoming vintage race event... whether it's out home organization
or not. In
> > this instance, the failure on my car is not something I've seen in
> > of owning Healeys... so I felt the need to make the occurence
> > that others might now consider the impact (pun tintended) on their
> > situation. The feelings of being trapped, upside down, on track,
in a high
> > speed area of the course was another situation that I felt merited
> > description. My thankfullness that I wasn't seriously hurt, or
that no one
> > else was hurt was a sincere emotion.
> > (Oh, and by the way, my car, despite it's carefully groomed
> > something might fall off at any time) is inspected on a lift
> > race. Shit happens.
> > I'd say I've received 40 to 50 responses, ( not necessarily
> > then again... we're verywhere...) from people I've never met,
> > well, offering help, or asking questions about the failure of the
> > for those of you that don't get it, or fail to see the valued
added in our
> > discussions, (despite the humor or attempts thereof) relax...
we'll be going
> > away shortly, taking our vintage race party back to the confined
> > those who wish to witness it ... do.
> > You are correct sir, that vintage racing is a "style". Some seem
> > it's and "exclusive" style. We tend to believe it to be
> > Consider yourselves free to join the party any time you like.
> > nose to the best food, your ears to the (I m not claiming the best
> > music, or the well driven race car to the Thicko pits.... we'll be
> > waiting for you.
> > WST
> > Flounder
> > Team Thicko