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    Wished I had never posted this
    Omg what a farce
    Won't do anymore .

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    Maybe the mod can delete it and save anymore hassle

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    I think you should post it in a different section to get a wider audience

    Stolen bikes are a problem for us all. Posting this in the Triumph section just because it's a Triumph seems a tad daft to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJH View Post
    I'll tell you how I see it. Someone puts up a post stating that their husbands bike was stolen. WITHOUT ANY QUAIFATION. it's not their husbands bike it was seen on Facebook. The post should have have said that. For all we know it could be malicious. We just don't know. It could be someone copying a malicious Facebook report in good faith. The original post just states that their husbands bike was stolen. Sure if I got pissed off with someone I could post that their bike was stolen and have half ukgser looking for it. If posting a report like that just state where it comes from. JJH
    WTF

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost-rider View Post
    and this is the problem lately, somebody trys to do a good turn in the community and you then get all the sarky pricks sat behind there keyboards trying to be clever, when the reality is, if they were in front of you they wouldn't say a fookin word, but its ok when there sat behind a keyboard, boils my piss the lot of em, I know you still get em on other forums, but ukgser seems to have had an influx lately, just aint the same as it used to be
    Personally, whatever I post, I'd quite happily say " face to face "

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSaddict View Post
    Personally, whatever I post, I'd quite happily say " face to face "
    Ain't that the truth........

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJH View Post
    I'll tell you how I see it. Someone puts up a post stating that their husbands bike was stolen. WITHOUT ANY QUAIFATION. it's not their husbands bike it was seen on Facebook. The post should have have said that. For all we know it could be malicious. We just don't know. It could be someone copying a malicious Facebook report in good faith. The original post just states that their husbands bike was stolen. Sure if I got pissed off with someone I could post that their bike was stolen and have half ukgser looking for it. If posting a report like that just state where it comes from. JJH
    Agreed.Bang on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nice 'n' Fat View Post
    I'm still struggling to see what I so very unique about it

    It just looks like every other Hinckley Bonnie I've ever seen that's been through the Hipster Twattery skool of motorcycle building
    This ones been carted around Europe in the back of a van, rather than on the back of a recovery truck, so is very unique!

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    I'm keeping 'em peeled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkstar View Post
    I was just passing it on
    It was on faceache
    Well i don 't do the face thing; but i've noted the number, and if i spot it around N.E.D. or lativa , i will send you a pm so you can get in touch with the owner.

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