Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by The Silfer Server on Wed Nov 24, 2010 11:47 am

    hemlock wrote:The work time vs. own time thing is grey area i think. Work may have say they expected him to stop on his time to buy coffee and the like, but they didn't specify when or where (I assume). Like I said though, failing to lock the bike should mean that work shouldn't pay for it regardless of anything else.

    I too love the Timmy's. I am a Steeped Tea fan. With the amount I spend at Tim's I should be a majority shareholder by now. Laugh1

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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by rooneypoo on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:01 pm

    On "Kids in the Hall," Bruce Macdonald did a great series of monologues about 'the guy who stole his bike.'

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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by Ev on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:04 pm

    Maybe it was a referee .

    I joke, I keeeeed. That sucks, who takes a 15-year old bike anyway...probably a homeless guy.
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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by stempniaksen on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:17 pm

    Big Ev wrote:Maybe it was a referee .

    I joke, I keeeeed. That sucks, who takes a 15-year old bike anyway...probably a homeless guy.

    Those famous Kanata homeless guys, lol
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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by Ev on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:21 pm

    How do you make a word have a hyperlink, but appear as the word only and the the actual link?
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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by CockRoche on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:31 pm

    Big Ev wrote:How do you make a word have a hyperlink, but appear as the word only and the the actual link?

    I was wondering what you were trying to do. I was waiting.

    Obviously I just quoted your post and I can see a hidden link with a rather harsh URL. We will see what you come up with. Haha.
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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by wprager on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:50 pm

    Big Ev wrote:How do you make a word have a hyperlink, but appear as the word only and the the actual link?

    Like this (remove the spaces after the square bracket -- I put them in so that they are not interpreted as tags and replaced when rendering the page):

    [ url=http://www.somelink.com]Text to show[ /url]

    And here is is, again, with the spaces removed:

    Text to show

    By the way, you can "Quote" the link and then switch the editing mode to display tags (the right-most icon, after "Close Tags") and see what the tags look like, as well. Typically a GDT first-post has a lot of hyperlinks.


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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by wprager on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:50 pm

    Speaking of GDTs, we've got a game today, do we not?


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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by Hoff-Machine on Wed Nov 24, 2010 1:17 pm

    I didn't realize it was at March and Carling (I work very close to there)...good to know there are thieves in that area. Facepalm
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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by SensGirl11 on Wed Nov 24, 2010 1:21 pm

    wprager wrote:Speaking of GDTs, we've got a game today, do we not?

    We do indeed! Something for me to do, I'll hook it up!
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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by wprager on Wed Nov 24, 2010 5:25 pm

    Michallica wrote:I didn't realize it was at March and Carling (I work very close to there)...good to know there are thieves in that area. Facepalm

    If you spot a bike in a ditch, leaning against a tree, or otherwise looking lonely, let me know. Talked to the HR rep today and she said the "Wellness Reimbursement" cannot be applied to "equipment".

    I guess I have to incorporate a "fitness club" where the membership fees entitle me to ride a (not-necessarily stationary) bike. I wonder what kind of bike $450/year would get me? Maybe I could even clear some profit Smile


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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by ddt on Wed Nov 24, 2010 5:45 pm

    wprager wrote:
    Michallica wrote:I didn't realize it was at March and Carling (I work very close to there)...good to know there are thieves in that area. Facepalm

    If you spot a bike in a ditch, leaning against a tree, or otherwise looking lonely, let me know. Talked to the HR rep today and she said the "Wellness Reimbursement" cannot be applied to "equipment".

    I guess I have to incorporate a "fitness club" where the membership fees entitle me to ride a (not-necessarily stationary) bike. I wonder what kind of bike $450/year would get me? Maybe I could even clear some profit Smile

    I work in that area as well, so I'll keep any eye out too. Actually, it's a two minute walk to the Metro, so I often walk there (or Quizno's) to grab something for lunch.
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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by Ev on Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:03 pm

    This was my link from earlier, and it is very crude/sterotypical so NOT SAFE FOR WORK!!!!!

    That's the frist thing I thought of haha.
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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by wprager on Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:49 pm

    Big Ev wrote:This was my link from earlier, and it is very crude/sterotypical so NOT SAFE FOR WORK!!!!!

    That's the frist thing I thought of haha.
    Or home.


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    Re: Unbelievable -- someone stole my !#%*& bike!

    Post by Ev on Wed Nov 24, 2010 9:09 pm

    That too haha.

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