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"I got my Harley up to 100 mph the other day"

 

"Oh yeah?"

 

"yeah, but I had to slow down. The truck was shaking too bad."

 

:battlecage:

 

:laf::fahq:

 

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My Harley has absofuckinlutely no problem going faster than 110 :grin:

 

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This ain't yer grandma's HD :wave:

 

I just had a heart attack :o

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Vintage bikes are too much work. If you are not mech with a preternatural ability to track down rare replacement parts, you are hosed.

 

Much like a highly spirited woman.

 

damn it i hate it when i agree with you. he has a point here. there is a certin kind of man who can deal with a vintigae bike and a highly spirited woman.

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Vintage bikes are too much work. If you are not mech with a preternatural ability to track down rare replacement parts, you are hosed.

 

Much like a highly spirited woman.

 

damn it i hate it when i agree with you. he has a point here. there is a certin kind of man who can deal with a vintigae bike and a highly spirited woman.

 

...and then again there is a cretin kind of man that can deal with a vintage woman and a highly spirited dyke.

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I just had a heart attack :o

 

 

excellent :cool:

 

How long of a ride is it from Seattle to Eugene?

 

 

5 hours baby. like i said i have leather and my own helmet. :moondance:

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Vintage bikes are too much work. If you are not mech with a preternatural ability to track down rare replacement parts, you are hosed.

 

Much like a highly spirited woman.

 

damn it i hate it when i agree with you. he has a point here. there is a certin kind of man who can deal with a vintigae bike and a highly spirited woman.

 

...and then again there is a cretin kind of man that can deal with a vintage woman and a highly spirited dyke.

 

i am not really sure what you are trying to get at here. I thought it was common cc.com knowledge that i go both ways. :confused:

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...highly spirited dyke.

 

...cc.com knowledge that i go both ways.

 

...which still fits nicely under the thread title.

 

 

I just watched one of the best films on this: "Henry and June".

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Vintage bikes are too much work. If you are not mech with a preternatural ability to track down rare replacement parts, you are hosed.

 

Much like a highly spirited woman.

 

damn it i hate it when i agree with you. he has a point here. there is a certin kind of man who can deal with a vintigae bike and a highly spirited woman.

 

...and then again there is a cretin kind of man that can deal with a vintage woman and a highly spirited dyke.

 

i am not really sure what you are trying to get at here. I thought it was common cc.com knowledge that i go both ways. :confused:

Best way to get there, Baby. ;)

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