The experiences of a new Clinic member

and on

so you have entered the mysterious world of the clinic

where it's most important to be seen to be saying the right thing rather
than always stating 100% fact

and to be accepted by the majority

.................but there again........................

much of what is stated is just made up..................to adhere to rule 1 and conform to rule 2
 
Welcome! :)
My advice would be, just don't get addicted: you'll find your life will slip away from you and friends don't seem so interesting any more because they are not up on the latest confession from someone who once rode a bike in the 1980's.:eek:
 
Jun 19, 2009
5,220
0
0
coinneach said:
Welcome! :)
My advice would be, just don't get addicted: you'll find your life will slip away from you and friends don't seem so interesting any more because they are not up on the latest confession from someone who once rode a bike in the 1980's.:eek:
...or you initially find yourself doing battle with the "faithful" for several years that can't believe that something actually happened before they learned how to use a keyboard.
 
Aug 7, 2010
1,247
0
0
coinneach said:
Welcome! :)
My advice would be, just don't get addicted: you'll find your life will slip away from you and friends don't seem so interesting any more because they are not up on the latest confession from someone who once rode a bike in the 1980's.:eek:
I'm not addicted, I can quit any time I want. I just choose not to.
 
Mar 12, 2009
191
0
0
ElChingon said:
Please read the old threads before rehashing anything, unless its new news its been discussed.
But you can repeat the same rubbish 1000 times as long as it's on the same thread.
 
Jun 22, 2009
4,991
0
0
horsinabout said:
Being a new member I would like to say that the topics are quite useful, have their place, sometimes funny, possibly make a small difference??? but you don't half go on sometimes.

http://youtu.be/RDjCqjzbvJY
1. "New" members tend to post elsewhere.

2. Utterly pointless 'look at me' ego-stroking topic.

3. I thought we have a rule against sockpuppets? :rolleyes:
 
Jan 30, 2011
802
0
0
horsinabout said:
but you don't half go on sometimes.
What would we be doing if not going on?

The whole purpose of a forum is to be able to discuss and when people have time to spend here, what would they do differently?

The issue of doping appears murky from the inside of cycling, let alone from the public perspective. Sometimes the "going on" allows the same issue to be looked at from multiple perspectives that eventually pulls the truth out, well in advance of anything official.

That's not a failure of the forum or the members. That's one of its biggest successes.
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY

TRENDING THREADS