baudman wrote:Felt wrote:Speccy wrote:oldmanonabike wrote:wagger wrote:Percrime wrote:Go for a oncer ride. Its entirely possible..speaking for myself that I just wont like him
Gee don't put yourself out or feel compelled, or honour-bound, given you already have pre-conceived notions that you aren't going to like him without meeting the guy. There are more civic minded people in society who would assist this person getting more out of life for the sheer enjoyment of sharing an activity that someone else would get greater benefit than themselves. I think the word is sacrifice....afterall a smile or happy face on someone else is a reward in itself for some people. nfcknblvbl
I would recommend not wasting the guy's time if you aren't going to like him and have pre-concieved ideas and not going in with a 100% open mind.
Don't get too stressed out about it Wagger. After all, it is entirely possible that he won't like Percrime either.......
Beer just came out my nose.
Class Speccy class! (I was drinking green tea when I read it!)
Percrime wrote:Of course. Really didn't need saying. But no Wags. I thought I would just sign up for a lifetime commitment before meeting him. Its worked so well with my russian bride.
Percrime wrote:I suspect a subset of people who are far too politically correct to ever dislike a disabled person. Me, I,ll dislike anyone prepared to work at my disliking them with sufficient dedication. On the other hand (a dig at my two teammates who did not show up at Ballarat for the TTT yesterday) if I make a bloody commitment I,ll be there.
Percrime wrote:On the other hand (a dig at my two teammates who did not show up at Ballarat for the TTT yesterday) if I make a bloody commitment I,ll be there.
Percrime wrote: to ever dislike a disabled person.
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