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post #21 of 3221 (permalink) Old 05-06-2011, 08:39 AM
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Thanks mate, guess I have made myself look like a bit of a dickhead there
Nah, I wouldn't got that far. I almost did the same thing when I first started reading through the post. It went from being idle for several months to being fairly active.

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post #22 of 3221 (permalink) Old 05-06-2011, 09:49 AM
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I washed and polished her up.
Then took her on nice little 135 mile putt.
Now I'm gonna build a fire outside and sit
and drink some wine. See ya'll,
Ride safe!
You say build a fire and drink some wine, and you didn't invite me


and my love muffin


coulda been kinda fun.
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Hmmm. Poop deck Pappy and George Burns in drag. Yes, a wild time indeed.

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Hmmm. Poop deck Pappy and George Burns in drag. Yes, a wild time indeed.
You could just get lucky my man, a couple of drinks and she's anyone's, and you gotta remember that old saying, 'Many a good tune is played on an old fiddle'.
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post #25 of 3221 (permalink) Old 05-07-2011, 03:42 PM
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I have it parked on a relative shady street right now wondering if when I get off of duty whether or not I will be missing parts on it.

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Monster Pro Exhaust,Oil Relocation Kit, lowered, AIS removed, re-jet, custom missing front turn signals, ass breaking de-foamed OEM seat
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That would suck bad.
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Good news my bike is still intact. But the gas cap key cover was tampered with......Nice try but failed :-)

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rode to work. road to party. road home from party
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Daytona Helmets

they call it a novelty helmet, but advertise all over that it's DOT approved. made from lamb hide and "The Smallest D.O.T. Half Shell Helmet Ever Made!!" was concerned about it being a 'safe' enough helmet because it doesn't have as much protection as the half helmet i already have and they also call this one a novelty helmet, but i wanted something smaller and if they advertise that it is DOT and it has the DOT mark on it, then it has to be DOT. and anything DOT certified is good by me
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