Getting things back in order

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Hooligan
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Getting things back in order

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Hi everyone,

Let me start by apologizing for my complete lack of visibility on the board over the past few years. I won't bore everyone with the details, but life threw me a few curve balls that really did a number on my career, my hobbies, my free time, and my sanity. The good news is things will hopefully be getting back on track, which means more time to devote to the forum. Keep an eye on this section for updates.

Jason (Hooligan)
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1994 YZF750-R
1996 YZF750-R
2003 Bonneville T100

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Heh Jason,

Glad to see you back mate :D

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Hooligan
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Good to be back, Dave. I never meant to disappear, I just had to prioritize some items over others.
Jason, aka: Hooligan
1994 YZF750-R
1996 YZF750-R
2003 Bonneville T100

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djalbin
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Glad to hear from you again and Happy New Year.
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Been somewhat absent on a few boards I used to be a regular on. Hell still haven't got the YZF running. Didn't even touch it last year. Didn't even ride the HD a lot either.
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Don't feel bad YZFRob. My FZR1000 is sitting and waiting for me to get it back on the road again. Been sitting too long ... so now I have to rebuild the carbs, change all fluids, etc ... It's basically a 'barn find' sitting in my own barn (actually it's a shed). I'm promising myself to drag it out, resurrect it and ride it this year. I would be riding it now if it was running. :thumbup:
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Welcome back :!:
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sickle44
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All good Hooli,

I think we're all in that boat to be perfectly honest.
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I will be starting some day??.

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Woohoo! Missed you Hooli. Let's hope we can breath a bit of life back into this old girl (forum).

Facebook is just a waste of time in many respects, with people caustically venting, with nothing good to say.

There is a way of getting our photobucket Photos back up, (for those who didn't delete their accounts... Damn :roll:

I can put you in touch with Katy the admin on the UK bimota forum, all that was required was changing a word in the photobucket code. She-He (not sure) has indicated that they would be happy to talk with you :thumbup:

Anyway, welcome back and I hope life is good to you from here on end!

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Re: Getting things back in order

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Hi Spook,

See my response to this in the main forum software update thread.

Thanks!
Jason, aka: Hooligan
1994 YZF750-R
1996 YZF750-R
2003 Bonneville T100

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