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05-02-2016 10:01 PM
Oobeedoobenubi
03-04-2016 09:18 PM
TwistedSister Wow! That's interesting and yeah... Bet there was tons of monkey butt powder sold that day lol.
Btw, question of moral... Does anyone think it's OK/not OK to transport a (willing) dog? I have always kind of wanted a little riding partner but it's kind of like putting a baby on a bike IMHO.
No judgment if you do or don't you bike with your pet but jw what everyone else thinks/does. For the record, I have no intentions of taking a dog biking but it's like a random thought
03-04-2016 08:52 PM
pdwestman I didn't read the whole thread but,
I had a customer who had a large plywood 'carrier deck' bolted to his '09 luggage rack.
On the RH side he mounted a Kolpin Bracket and Scabbard. The rest of the large carpet padded deck was for his 70 pound Labrador Retriever!
He rode from Florida to University of Wyoming to Lander, WY to Alaska and back to Florida with his gear in a Large Duffle on the back half of the seat. 1400+ miles one day going back home!!!! Ouch.
03-04-2016 08:10 PM
TwistedSister Last weekend I went to a Walmart in WV and literally smelled every customer in the store. I was gasping for air when I got outside. I don't mean to be cruel but come on, it isn't that hard to take a shower! Would it kill them to make a little effort? Maybe wear clean pajamas and a clean wifebeater?
03-04-2016 07:52 PM
TwistedSister Lol I sure could use a boot scraper AND ramps. I helped my bro buy a welder but it's a pain trying to get anything done. I asked him to do a couple beads on my truck muffler... His suggestion? Metal zip ties lol. Wth
03-04-2016 06:14 PM
ReadyToBugout Pajama's are the new evening wear for classy girls and meth is the new pre-workout.
03-04-2016 06:11 PM
planalp
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Hey I just realized I have seen your name before on here. I was stumbling through threads last night and I saw your posts a few times. I understand you're female? If so, that's awesome. I don't personally know any ladies that ride OR carry, it's awesome to meet other girls who do both.
Hell, you need to visit Missouri, where women not only ride motorcycles and carry guns, but also chew Copenhagen, refuse to shave their forearms, smoke meth and beat guys up outside Walmart while wearing pajamas just for something to do on a Friday night. I never go to Walmart without a handgun.......



03-04-2016 05:49 PM
planalp Damn. The only thing I've accomplished on the Man Card was Learning To Weld and that was in High School. Haven't done it since..... For our final project other people were making barbecue grills and car ramps. I made a boot scraper out of 3 pieces of metal.

I'll tell you what, though. That damned boot scraper got a lot more use than those grills or car ramps ever did. I would tally the number of Scraped Boots in the Thousands.

I do, however, know how to smoke some damned good meat, drink warm beer if that's all there is around and I can throw and stick a tomahawk with general accuracy within fairly respectable parameters.

I also know how to "express" the impacted anal glands of a Beagle Hound.



03-04-2016 01:39 PM
TwistedSister Haha! Hey... Did he drop this?
03-04-2016 12:59 PM
Tom Schmitz He's renowned as a helluva cook,

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Gentry's canned possum and a bottle of Night Train on ice:

but I can attest to his rather strict adherence to the tenets of the Manly Man Manual.

Tom
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