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eatpasta 02-06-2012 03:05 PM

Its always been my policy to camp with the loudest people in the campground so than at least when they go to sleep, its quiet..... but Brice wont be here this year so....

You guys and yer drinkin-trips! At my advanced old age I just cant drink too much anymore. I dont know if I just over did it too many times in college ( :nod ) but my body just doesnt want me drinking - ever.

That's probably a good thing because I found out this year that I have a founding member of AA in my family.... that bein said I try to keep the glass tipping to a minimum.

But here is the horrible irony to this: My grandfather went out and got wasted on Sept. 12 1944 in England and missed his flight the next morning. The airplane was called "Mag the Hag" - the B17 he had been flying in for quite a while as a bombadier. Well because he was drunk the night before, he was late in the morning and they put him on a different B17 and "Mag the Hag" was shot down over Germany. My dad wouldn't be here............ and I wouldn't be here.

so....

:freaky


and.... thanks boys.....thanks to all of you :cry

:devildog

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Gerg 02-06-2012 03:38 PM

The Adjustment Bureau at work!

Gangplank 02-06-2012 03:39 PM

Drinking tips.....

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fudgypup 02-06-2012 04:10 PM

Brice, what shocks are you looking at? I have Wilber's on order, the piggy back ones. I think YetiGS does too

CA Stu 02-06-2012 04:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Treadless (Post 17915080)
I respect and revere your drinking prowess almost as much as your emergency repair abilities Stu, but there is no way in hell that you can drink 7 beers per second, even if they were those 6oz. airline beers.


But, I will bring an extra flash light and help you find a tent to sleep in <strike>when</strike> if you fail.

I'm going to let this one slide, as I respect my elders. :flip


PS "Your flashlight is in the mail". :D

Gerg 02-06-2012 05:16 PM

Folks,

Some very nice Alaska Leather Butt Pads showed up in the mailbox today. Yet another GOOD reason to get signed up! SCHWAG!!!

Thanks to DSM8 for legging these out for the team!

Don't forget to hit your local shop or favorite vendor up for something for the SCHWAG drawing after dinner. You don't have to eat the dinner (or pay for one) but you do have to be present at the after dinner festivities at the Amphitheater area. There will be beer and folks to mingle with... I was going to say friends but that can be a tough call unless you bring your own (friends)...
Just kidding!!! I think :dunno

Gerg

PS If you do gather some SCHWAG, let me know so I can update the front page to give the vendors some exposure!

Gerg 02-06-2012 08:28 PM

We lost two from the in list so we dropped under 60... opps...

Come on now folks lets step it up!!!

Gerg

richard cabesa 02-06-2012 08:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CA Stu (Post 17924524)
I'm going to let this one slide, as I respect my elders. :flip


PS "Your flashlight is in the mail". :D

don't forget your tighty-whiteys and your purple hat, Stu. It's your best look :eek1


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longtallsally 02-07-2012 01:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fudgypup (Post 17924507)
Brice, what shocks are you looking at? I have Wilber's on order, the piggy back ones. I think YetiGS does too

The Wilbers rep here in Germany invited me to come up and get them custom fitted, but the new 4 wheeler just killed most thoughts of that for a while. I was planning on them as I think the Ohlins blow to easily. I'd be interested in your findings...

pierce 02-07-2012 02:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by longtallsally (Post 17927871)
The Wilbers rep here in Germany invited me to come up and get them custom fitted, but the new 4 wheeler just killed most thoughts of that for a while. I was planning on them as I think the Ohlins blow to easily. I'd be interested in your findings...

ted porter in scotts valley (near santa cruz) is a wilbers importer here, does the full setup for beemers, if you end up having to wait til you get back here. if I needed shocks, that would be my go-to.

www.beemershop.com

YetiGS 02-07-2012 07:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pierce (Post 17927891)
ted porter in scotts valley (near santa cruz) is a wilbers importer here, does the full setup for beemers, if you end up having to wait til you get back here. if I needed shocks, that would be my go-to.

www.beemershop.com

Ted is who I went with. Good guy.


We should invite him to WARPED . . . :wink:

longtallsally 02-07-2012 09:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by richard cabesa (Post 17926615)
don't forget your tighty-whiteys and your purple hat, Stu. It's your best look :eek1


http://richard-cabesa.smugmug.com/Tr...05_aPkth-L.jpg

Mr Cabesa, your bike is ready...

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eatpasta 02-07-2012 10:56 AM

my wife's dad called last night as I was tryin to sign up..... he is getting re-married WARPED weekend.

:cry

Guess who the photographer is?

:evil

:nah

anyways..... you guys have fun without me.

none of this....

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or this...

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someone get a new Burnzilla quote for me

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JStory 02-07-2012 11:24 AM

Where is this?

richard cabesa 02-07-2012 11:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by longtallsally (Post 17929715)
Mr Cabesa, your bike is ready...

My bulge is bigger


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