Easy St. Collingwood by appointment only. Ace!! Nice one Dan
Caution: Spaff-free zone.
I’m not even sure we should be talking about it…
Gotta go - work to do.
Wateva!@ Where would we be without a bit of spaff? There’d be no smiles, dumb ideas, no help, everyone would be an adversary, coffee would be banned and waving hello to strangers would be a loss-off-hand offence.
Part of the fun of bikes is spaffing on about it - and not taking yourself too damn seriously. We’re all shit (except maybe Rob De Castella), so smile - spaff and ride. They’re all good.
What a great word! Thanks Dan
Eugene H. Spafford (born 1956) (known colloquially as “Spaf”) is a professor of computer science at Purdue University and a leading computer security expert. A historically significant Internet figure, he is renowned for first analyzing the Morris Worm, one of the earliest computer worms, and his participation in the Usenet backbone cabal. Spafford is a member of the President’s Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC), has been an advisor to the National Science Foundation (NSF), and serves as an advisor to over a dozen other government agencies and major corporations.
Yeah so he’s actually an old neighbour and I was talkin to him last night. He said he’s wicked pround that his nickname could be used for such discussion topics, and he said to wish you all the best for the festive season. Ho ho ho!!!