Is there any way to prevent threads being hijacked

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Re: Is there any way to prevent threads being hijacked

Postby Cunobelin » 18 Aug 2020, 9:46pm

pedals2slowly wrote:Despite obvious attempts and a p**s take or two we seem well on track actually.

Thirdcrank makes some very sensible points.



I prefer narrow as opposed to wide track, the trains are much more "friendly"

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Re: Is there any way to prevent threads being hijacked

Postby Cyril Haearn » 18 Aug 2020, 11:00pm

Tal-y-llyn railway
Does not go to Tal-y-llyn :wink:
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Re: Is there any way to prevent threads being hijacked

Postby Vorpal » 18 Aug 2020, 11:49pm

And never, ever hijack primus clip threads in the small ads....



(explanation for those who don't know the reference: the small ads are auto-deleted after 30 days & a remarkable thread was thus lost)
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Re: Is there any way to prevent threads being hijacked

Postby thirdcrank » 19 Aug 2020, 6:56am

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Points to keep things on track. Hi-viz and helmet carry risk of hi-jack, which may be questionable spelling ....

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Re: Is there any way to prevent threads being hijacked

Postby Oldjohnw » 19 Aug 2020, 7:16am

Sometimes I just love the way threads meander along, way off topic. True craic.
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Re: Is there any way to prevent threads being hijacked

Postby Cyril Haearn » 19 Aug 2020, 9:28am

Vorpal wrote:And never, ever hijack primus clip threads in the small ads....



(explanation for those who don't know the reference: the small ads are auto-deleted after 30 days & a remarkable thread was thus lost)

Some crazy railway enthusiasts built a gigantic brand new steam engine for fun
Surely it would be possible to resurrect a thread about a primus stove clip. Whatever that is :wink:
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Re: Is there any way to prevent threads being hijacked

Postby pedals2slowly » 19 Aug 2020, 3:33pm

Oldjohnw wrote:Sometimes I just love the way threads meander along, way off topic. True craic.


But, but, but you've stuck to the original subject, I trust you are well?

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How to hijack a thread.

Postby gaz » 20 Aug 2020, 3:11pm

At first I wondered what Threads has to do with cycling, but there is a cyclist in the trailer, or more accurately a deceased cyclist.
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Threads

Does anyone recognise the bike? It doesn't look period correct to me.
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Re: Is there any way to prevent threads being hijacked

Postby Oldjohnw » 20 Aug 2020, 6:00pm

pedals2slowly wrote:
Oldjohnw wrote:Sometimes I just love the way threads meander along, way off topic. True craic.


But, but, but you've stuck to the original subject, I trust you are well?


I am fine and dandy, thanks.
John