19 Sep 2005 17:55:57
QL
Selling Bridge Day Slot

My ailing back is going to keep me from jumping this year, so my slot is for
sale. You must have jumped the bridge within the last two years to use this
slot because of the background check requirements. Email me at
Qweaver@EV1.net if interested. Or leave a message at 304-269-1970
Quinton




19 Sep 2005 20:27:11
peanut4040
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot


QL wrote:
> My ailing back is going to keep me from jumping this year, so my slot is for
> sale. You must have jumped the bridge within the last two years to use this
> slot because of the background check requirements. Email me at
> Qweaver@EV1.net if interested. Or leave a message at 304-269-1970
> Quinton

MY back hurts too. WHY you wineing?

How mch you gonna sell a slot for? How much did you pay. You trying
to rip off de kidies? yew an OLD fart like me? Whos organizing Bridge
day this year >? I s it too earyly to get into bashing dem?


Bridge day organizers SUCK...



20 Sep 2005 12:48:15
QL
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

Jason Bell is the main man for the jumping at Bridge Day and does a damn
fine job.
I paid $75 and that's what I'm asking. The conditions for buying/selling a
slot can be found at http://www.bridgeday.info/faq.php#29

Quinton


"peanut4040" <peanut4040@aol.com > wrote in message
news:1127186831.113965.298960@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
>
> QL wrote:
> > My ailing back is going to keep me from jumping this year, so my slot is
for
> > sale. You must have jumped the bridge within the last two years to use
this
> > slot because of the background check requirements. Email me at
> > Qweaver@EV1.net if interested. Or leave a message at 304-269-1970
> > Quinton
>
> MY back hurts too. WHY you wineing?
>
> How mch you gonna sell a slot for? How much did you pay. You trying
> to rip off de kidies? yew an OLD fart like me? Whos organizing Bridge
> day this year>? I s it too earyly to get into bashing dem?
>
>
> Bridge day organizers SUCK...
>




20 Sep 2005 09:08:58
lugnuts
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

On Tue, 20 Sep 2005 12:48:15 GMT, "QL" <Qweaver@verizon.net > wrote:

> Jason Bell is the main man for the jumping at Bridge Day and does a damn
> fine job.
> I paid $75 and that's what I'm asking. The conditions for buying/selling a
> slot can be found at http://www.bridgeday.info/faq.php#29

Yup, it's all about money anymore.


20 Sep 2005 20:03:28
peanut4040
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot


QL wrote:
> Jason Bell is the main man for the jumping at Bridge Day and does a damn
> fine job.
> I paid $75 and that's what I'm asking. The conditions for buying/selling a
> slot can be found at http://www.bridgeday.info/faq.php#29
>
> Quinton
>
>

Cool, Jason is a pretty good fellar. A bit ugly, and hard on the
eyes to look at.

SHEZAM 75 dollars.

QL-- I've never been there and heard its one fantastic party at the
hotel. I have often wanted to go and just show up for the party, ect
ect. Base is not my thing as you can probably understand. (i'm still
sane). How does it work now days? Jump as many as you can pack
during your specified time frame? Uhmmm,,, sounds like someone ought
to pack my extra rigs and take them with them.



21 Sep 2005 11:43:08
QL
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

Base is not my thing either, but the bridge at 870 odd feet with water below
is about as safe as base can get. I did it last year as a "one time thing"
for my 60th birthday and it was so much fun that I was going to do it again
this year...but my back had other plans. We have property in Weston, W.Va.
(where I was born and raised) where we are in the process of building a
summer cabin so going to Bridge Day is just a short drive down to the
bridge. I guess I'll just go and watch this year.
Quinton
"peanut4040" <peanut4040@aol.com > wrote in message
news:1127271808.719253.36720@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>
> QL wrote:
> > Jason Bell is the main man for the jumping at Bridge Day and does a damn
> > fine job.
> > I paid $75 and that's what I'm asking. The conditions for
buying/selling a
> > slot can be found at http://www.bridgeday.info/faq.php#29
> >
> > Quinton
> >
> >
>
> Cool, Jason is a pretty good fellar. A bit ugly, and hard on the
> eyes to look at.
>
> SHEZAM 75 dollars.
>
> QL-- I've never been there and heard its one fantastic party at the
> hotel. I have often wanted to go and just show up for the party, ect
> ect. Base is not my thing as you can probably understand. (i'm still
> sane). How does it work now days? Jump as many as you can pack
> during your specified time frame? Uhmmm,,, sounds like someone ought
> to pack my extra rigs and take them with them.
>




21 Sep 2005 14:36:04
the unknown flailer
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot


QL wrote:
> Jason Bell is the main man for the jumping at Bridge Day and does a damn
> fine job.
> I paid $75 and that's what I'm asking. The conditions for buying/selling a
> slot can be found at http://www.bridgeday.info/faq.php#29
>
> Quinton
>
>
>
> >
> > QL wrote:
> > > My ailing back is going to keep me from jumping this year, so my slot is
> for
> > > sale. You must have jumped the bridge within the last two years to use
> this
> > > slot because of the background check requirements. Email me at
> > > Qweaver@EV1.net if interested. Or leave a message at 304-269-1970
> > > Quinton

WHORE ;(P



21 Sep 2005 16:43:21
Jerry K.
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

On 21 Sep 2005 14:36:04 -0700, "the unknown flailer"
<kami58@eastex.net > wrote:

>
>QL wrote:
>> Jason Bell is the main man for the jumping at Bridge Day and does a damn
>> fine job.
>> I paid $75 and that's what I'm asking. The conditions for buying/selling a
>> slot can be found at http://www.bridgeday.info/faq.php#29
>>
>> Quinton
>>
>>
>>
>> >
>> > QL wrote:
>> > > My ailing back is going to keep me from jumping this year, so my slot is
>> for
>> > > sale. You must have jumped the bridge within the last two years to use
>> this
>> > > slot because of the background check requirements. Email me at
>> > > Qweaver@EV1.net if interested. Or leave a message at 304-269-1970
>> > > Quinton
>
>WHORE ;(P

Riiiiiiight - blow it out your ass, Jinnie - Q has back issues and
wants to sell his slot at cost - you peg him a whore.

You screw the pooch and have no further use for your gear so you sell
it too - or did you give it all away you, worse than whore -
hypocrite.

...bsrp
...jlk


21 Sep 2005 15:18:47
lugnuts
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

On Wed, 21 Sep 2005 16:43:21 -0500, Jerry K. <skycam@pdq.net > wrote:

> >WHORE ;(P
>
> Riiiiiiight - blow it out your ass, Jinnie - Q has back issues and
> wants to sell his slot at cost - you peg him a whore.

The whore is charging any sucker what the original whore sold him.
Bridge Day has become a money-maker for the top whore, or should we
say, pimp.


21 Sep 2005 15:35:45
the unknown flailer
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot


lugnuts wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Sep 2005 16:43:21 -0500, Jerry K. <skycam@pdq.net> wrote:
>
> > >WHORE ;(P
> >
> > Riiiiiiight - blow it out your ass, Jinnie - Q has back issues and
> > wants to sell his slot at cost - you peg him a whore.
>
> The whore is charging any sucker what the original whore sold him.
> Bridge Day has become a money-maker for the top whore, or should we
> say, pimp.


Management is the Pimp line-----QL is more a independent street walker
actually, lets see :
Stold my air,
was in my slot
bad spot
it was in a burble
AND THE NEW ONE excuse bazillion & one ---- > my back hurts

QL the wimp yeeeeeeeeeeeha 0~;)



21 Sep 2005 15:41:10
the unknown flailer
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot


QL wrote:
> My ailing back is going to keep me from jumping this year, so my slot is for
> sale. You must have jumped the bridge within the last two years to use this
> slot because of the background check requirements. Email me at
> Qweaver@EV1.net if interested. Or leave a message at 304-269-1970
> Quinton


Try putting some Bengay on it sweety, then stick it up your butt and
walk on your elbows ;-*



21 Sep 2005 18:35:41
the unknown flailer
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

Actually my rigger handled it, as a Samuri class I distain handling
money or becoming a Merchant---I did keep a ratty old Wonderhog with 7
cell main and round reserve to wear to my funeral ----Gotta agree with
Lugnuts though society has become weak with his everythings for sale
attitude tsk tsk tsk ;-*

Jerry K. wrote:
> On 21 Sep 2005 14:36:04 -0700, "the unknown flailer"
> <kami58@eastex.net> wrote:
>
> >
> >QL wrote:
> >> Jason Bell is the main man for the jumping at Bridge Day and does a damn
> >> fine job.
> >> I paid $75 and that's what I'm asking. The conditions for buying/selling a
> >> slot can be found at http://www.bridgeday.info/faq.php#29
> >>
> >> Quinton
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> >
> >> > QL wrote:
> >> > > My ailing back is going to keep me from jumping this year, so my slot is
> >> for
> >> > > sale. You must have jumped the bridge within the last two years to use
> >> this
> >> > > slot because of the background check requirements. Email me at
> >> > > Qweaver@EV1.net if interested. Or leave a message at 304-269-1970
> >> > > Quinton
> >
> >WHORE ;(P
>
> Riiiiiiight - blow it out your ass, Jinnie - Q has back issues and
> wants to sell his slot at cost - you peg him a whore.
>
> You screw the pooch and have no further use for your gear so you sell
> it too - or did you give it all away you, worse than whore -
> hypocrite.
>
> ...bsrp
> ...jlk



22 Sep 2005 09:30:26
oconnell@slr.orl.lmco.com
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot


lugnuts wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Sep 2005 16:43:21 -0500, Jerry K. <skycam@pdq.net> wrote:
>
> > >WHORE ;(P
> >
> > Riiiiiiight - blow it out your ass, Jinnie - Q has back issues and
> > wants to sell his slot at cost - you peg him a whore.
>
> The whore is charging any sucker what the original whore sold him.
> Bridge Day has become a money-maker for the top whore, or should we
> say, pimp.

Well, it appears from his web site that it has become a money
maker for alot of folks. As such, this is probably merely a
case of someone taking their commission for handling all the cash.
It does take alot of organization, and without it the event
probably wouldn't exist. So it's probably a case of which do
ya want, purity or bridge jumping? Go see what's happening
about the Herc boogie and ya might see my point.


Kevin O'Connell



23 Sep 2005 22:27:43
peanut4040
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

hey,, keeping yall on track.

This fellar QL has a base jump ticket. Its a good deal, and he is too
old to cut the mustard and has other committments. He needs to sell it
to a young puppy dat aint got better sense to base jump the bridge ON
BRIDGE DAYYYYYY.. HAYY,,, DID I SAYYY BRIDGE DAY... yall get yer
asses there. if you chicken like me,, LIE, but have a ticket to lie
with. Buy this ticket.

Chuckles,, sorry QL, I just wanted to keep it (mesage" up there on top
in case you still had the ticket for sell.



23 Sep 2005 22:31:54
peanut4040
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

giggle,, pappy gonna call me a post hoe now, Juist like dey do in the
other cool talking place..

oh oh,, now he gonna call me a suck up, hehehheheheheh



24 Sep 2005 03:59:27
the unknown flailer
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot


peanut4040 wrote:
> hey,, keeping yall on track.
>
> This fellar QL has a base jump ticket. Its a good deal, and he is too
> old to cut the mustard and has other committments. He needs to sell it
> to a young puppy dat aint got better sense to base jump the bridge ON
> BRIDGE DAYYYYYY.. HAYY,,, DID I SAYYY BRIDGE DAY... yall get yer
> asses there. if you chicken like me,, LIE, but have a ticket to lie
> with. Buy this ticket.
>
> Chuckles,, sorry QL, I just wanted to keep it (mesage" up there on top
> in case you still had the ticket for sell.


Watch your back, the guys a phoney % DZ sleezeball....Met him at the
1995 Nationals ;)p



24 Sep 2005 09:55:29
Rhonda Lea Kirk
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

lugnuts wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Sep 2005 16:43:21 -0500, Jerry K. <skycam@pdq.net> wrote:
>
>>> WHORE ;(P
>>
>> Riiiiiiight - blow it out your ass, Jinnie - Q has back issues and
>> wants to sell his slot at cost - you peg him a whore.
>
> The whore is charging any sucker what the original whore sold him.
> Bridge Day has become a money-maker for the top whore, or should we
> say, pimp.

You haven't been paying attention and you don't know what you're talking
about.

Jason isn't making any money, although he deserves to for the time and
effort he has spent trying to clean up the various problems that have
arisen.

Why don't you take over and see if you can do it all for less?

rl




24 Sep 2005 09:11:54
chuck
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot


lugnuts wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Sep 2005 16:43:21 -0500, Jerry K. <sky...@pdq.net> wrote:

>>> WHORE ;(P

RL Wrote:
You haven't been paying attention and you don't know what you're
talking
about.

SNIP----------SNIP-------------SNIP

Now, now RL. You and David (lugnuts) don't play well
together...........any further debate might serve to exacerbate an
already tenuous situation.



24 Sep 2005 09:26:12
lugnuts
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

On Sat, 24 Sep 2005 09:55:29 -0400, "Rhonda Lea Kirk"
<rhondalea@gmail.com > wrote:



> You haven't been paying attention and you don't know what you're talking
> about.
>
> Jason isn't making any money, although he deserves to for the time and
> effort he has spent trying to clean up the various problems that have
> arisen.
>
> Why don't you take over and see if you can do it all for less?

We jump the Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls ID anytime we want, day and
night, without any blood-sucking leeches sucking the money out of
skydivers. The community welcomes us without trying to suck the money
out, and the jumpers don't prey on other jumpers.

There's never been a jumper make a penny off other jumpers at the
Perrine Bridge. Anyone who tried just might have a problem to deal
with.


24 Sep 2005 12:35:44
Rhonda Lea Kirk
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

chuck wrote:

> SNIP----------SNIP-------------SNIP
>
> Now, now RL. You and David (lugnuts) don't play well
> together...........any further debate might serve to exacerbate an
> already tenuous situation.

Hi Chuck, how're you?

1. I read a post wherein David said he was leaving. Apparently just another
false promise; I guess I'm not surprised.

2. I've known Jason for some time. We all have our flaws, but stealing from
his brother base jumpers is not one of his. And calling him a pimp is
insulting.

rl




24 Sep 2005 12:36:57
Rhonda Lea Kirk
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

lugnuts wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Sep 2005 09:55:29 -0400, "Rhonda Lea Kirk"
> <rhondalea@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>> You haven't been paying attention and you don't know what you're
>> talking about.
>>
>> Jason isn't making any money, although he deserves to for the time
>> and effort he has spent trying to clean up the various problems that
>> have arisen.
>>
>> Why don't you take over and see if you can do it all for less?
>
> We jump the Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls ID anytime we want, day and
> night, without any blood-sucking leeches sucking the money out of
> skydivers. The community welcomes us without trying to suck the money
> out, and the jumpers don't prey on other jumpers.
>
> There's never been a jumper make a penny off other jumpers at the
> Perrine Bridge. Anyone who tried just might have a problem to deal
> with.

Uh...

Isn't that where all the deathcamps are conducted?

What do you call that?

rl




24 Sep 2005 09:43:07
lugnuts
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

On Sat, 24 Sep 2005 12:36:57 -0400, "Rhonda Lea Kirk"
<rhondalea@gmail.com > wrote:



> Isn't that where all the deathcamps are conducted?
>
> What do you call that?

More bullshit from your sucking mouthparts, as is always expected. You
don't jump, but claim that anyone that you've sold a ticket to from
manifest is someone that you "know". Yeah riiiiiight.


24 Sep 2005 12:56:34
Rhonda Lea Kirk
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

lugnuts wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Sep 2005 12:36:57 -0400, "Rhonda Lea Kirk" wrote:

>> Isn't that where all the deathcamps are conducted?
>>
>> What do you call that?
>
> More bullshit from your sucking mouthparts, as is always expected. You
> don't jump, but claim that anyone that you've sold a ticket to from
> manifest is someone that you "know". Yeah riiiiiight.

Mmmm...I see. Okay, so we'll deal with being factual first.

I did jump, but now I don't.
I never "sold a manifest ticket" but I did manifest thousands of people from
all over the world.
Some I wouldn't recognize today if I fell over 'em. Others I slept with. A
few I even had sex with.
All the rest fall somewhere in between.

Now that I've addressed your totally irrelevant issue, how 'bout you address
my totally relevant issue. Tell me again how those deathcamps have nothing
to do with jumpers making money.

rl




24 Sep 2005 10:19:27
lugnuts
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

On Sat, 24 Sep 2005 12:56:34 -0400, "Rhonda Lea Kirk"
<rhondalea@gmail.com > wrote:


> Mmmm...I see. Okay, so we'll deal with being factual first.
<sickening whore history deleted >
> Now that I've addressed your totally irrelevant issue, how 'bout you address
> my totally relevant issue. Tell me again how those deathcamps have nothing
> to do with jumpers making money.

Whatever these "deathcamps" are that you semm so fascinated by (you're
the first anyone here has heard of them), they have nothing to do with
jumping the bridge, period. It doesn't cost money to jump the bridge,
period.

Of course, you wouldn't know that, because you don't jump, period.



24 Sep 2005 13:43:10
Rhonda Lea Kirk
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

lugnuts wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Sep 2005 12:56:34 -0400, "Rhonda Lea Kirk"
> <rhondalea@gmail.com> wrote:

>> Mmmm...I see. Okay, so we'll deal with being factual first.
> <sickening whore history deleted>
>> Now that I've addressed your totally irrelevant issue, how 'bout you
>> address my totally relevant issue. Tell me again how those
>> deathcamps have nothing to do with jumpers making money.
>
> Whatever these "deathcamps" are that you semm so fascinated by (you're
> the first anyone here has heard of them), they have nothing to do with
> jumping the bridge, period. It doesn't cost money to jump the bridge,
> period.

It doesn't cost money to jump the NRGB. It costs money to pay for the NPS
permit and for the boats to pick up jumpers in the water so they won't
drown.

Years of bandit jumps have been totally cost-free--except for the unlucky
few who have been arrested and paid fines and for those who never made it
out of the water alive.

> Of course, you wouldn't know that, because you don't jump, period.

And apparently you know less of Twin Falls than you claim.

rl




24 Sep 2005 15:58:55
the unknown flailer
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot


Rhonda Lea Kirk wrote:
> lugnuts wrote:
> > On Sat, 24 Sep 2005 12:56:34 -0400, "Rhonda Lea Kirk"
> > <rhondalea@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >> Mmmm...I see. Okay, so we'll deal with being factual first.
> > <sickening whore history deleted>
> >> Now that I've addressed your totally irrelevant issue, how 'bout you
> >> address my totally relevant issue. Tell me again how those
> >> deathcamps have nothing to do with jumpers making money.
> >
> > Whatever these "deathcamps" are that you semm so fascinated by (you're
> > the first anyone here has heard of them), they have nothing to do with
> > jumping the bridge, period. It doesn't cost money to jump the bridge,
> > period.
>
> It doesn't cost money to jump the NRGB. It costs money to pay for the NPS
> permit and for the boats to pick up jumpers in the water so they won't
> drown.
>
> Years of bandit jumps have been totally cost-free--except for the unlucky
> few who have been arrested and paid fines and for those who never made it
> out of the water alive.
>
> > Of course, you wouldn't know that, because you don't jump, period.
>
> And apparently you know less of Twin Falls than you claim.
>
> rl


thats Jimbo rl----GIT SUM YANKEE GIRLY HOOYAH ;- >



24 Sep 2005 17:00:52
Drew Eckhardt
Re: Selling Bridge Day Slot

In article <gHbYe.17670$zG1.17548@trnddc05 >, QL <Qweaver@verizon.net> wrote:
>Base is not my thing either, but the bridge at 870 odd feet with water below
>is about as safe as base can get.

While only 480' high the other bridge is safer. The landing area is bigger
and you can take as long as you like to jump without pressure from a crowd.

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was $54,567, married couples' exemption $72,756, the next $363,783 was taxed
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