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  2. They fucked up hockey earlier this week , so I don’t watch that either . Dickheads
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  4. the "Great American Past Time " is dead to me. Issue an official apology or kiss my ass.
  5. Gun control is dead, dead Dead! Commies killed it! "I'm a gun dealer in California. Yes, we exist. Yes, it's hell, but if shops like us up and leave the Dems who want us gone would win. Anyways, whenever a gun is sold in CA, the dealer runs a registration/background check process called a DROS or Dealer's Record of Sale. The state keeps track how many DROSes are done each day. Normal days peter out at the 1.8k-2k mark. Since March it's been common for that number to be high as 10-15k per day. Anecdotally, the vast vast VAST majority of buyers were first-timers. Friends and Family who once shunned me for my choice of profession suddenly wanted me to hook them up with a gun and training.... which I WOULD be happy to do... if there were any guns left to sell! I'm serious when I say the country is RUNNING OUT OF GUNS."
  6. The commiecrats are defunding and disbanding law enforcement, and the shits stains now want to close down the NRA. Refer to Saul Alinskys “Rules for Radicals” if you want to know why?
  7. Me ride um Centennial [MRUC] into a six foot box
  8. Here's a couple of photos from my 2003 Iron Butt Tour:
  9. Earlier
  10. Don’t let anything happen to that mplate! need to catch one more ball game with that old fellow!!!
  11. Yeah I’ll be here for three weeks working at the Goodyear plant
  12. I'm breaking a record here w 2 posts in 2 days! Yep, was supposed to meet you on the WA coast that trip, but shit happens 🤪 It was great that you could make it here anyway. Still got the Chief, and still in Eugene. Riding it a bit less these days but still running great. Spent the last half hour lookin through the photo archives, but can't seem to locate that pic. That I recall, we had some brown water we were hoisting! Wishin you well, Mike!
  13. Daddyg, good to hear from you. I'm glad this forum is still available to connect old time Gilroy riders such as yourself with others. I remember Eugene well, also. I had just crashed the bike up on the Washington coast. Both the bike and myself had seen better days. Thankfully, both were in adequate shape to make the ride back to the Bay Area. I have a picture of us from the Eugene encounter but I have to rebuild the mirror it's on before I can post it. Might take a day or two, it's a big mirror. Still in Eugene? Still got the Chief?
  14. Been many, many years since I posted on this forum. As an "old fart" from the old days, I rarely come to the forum, but I just so happened to come here today, and saw your post, Mplate! Sorry to hear of your troubles...gittin old is a bitch, man. Often think of your visit to Eugene. Here's to you getting this worked out. I'll hoist one for you!
  15. Thomas Jefferson quotes on the news 'reporting' circa 1807 https://www.loc.gov/resource/mtj1.038_0592_0594/?sp=1&st=text "I will add, that the man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them; inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods & errors. He who reads nothing will still learn the great facts, and the details are all false. Such an editor too, would have to set his face against the demoralising practice of feeding the public mind habitually on slander, & the depravity of taste which this nauseous ailment induces. Defamation is becoming a necessary of life; insomuch, that a dish of tea in the morning or evening cannot be digested without this stimulant. Even those who do not believe these abominations, still read them with complaisance to their auditors, and instead of the abhorrence & indignation which should fill a virtuous mind, betray a secret pleasure in the possibility that some may believe them, tho they do not themselves. It seems to escape them, that it is not he who prints, but he who pays for printing a slander, who is it's real author. These thoughts on the subjects of your letter are hazarded at your request. Repeated instances of the publication of what has not been intended for the public eye, and the malignity with which political enemies torture every sentence from me into meanings imagined by their own wickedness only, justify my expressing a solicitude, that this hasty communication may in nowise be permitted to find it's way into the public papers. Not fearing these political bull-dogs, I yet avoid putting myself in the way of being baited by them, and do not wish to volunteer away that portion of tranquillity, which a firm execution of my duties will permit me to enjoy. I tender you my salutations, and best wishes for your success."
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