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Old 06-01-2010, 10:48 AM   #1576
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Worked on this a little becaue I like it;




I hope I made some improvement...
This little lady reminds me of my step mom. The glasses and clothing style hid a great figure!
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Old 06-01-2010, 12:47 PM   #1577
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Saw this pic on a blog and thought of this thread, sorry if it's been posted already, haven't read all 1500+ posts :P

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Old 06-01-2010, 01:45 PM   #1578
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With the above said. Hopefully this will help with the whole tool situation and get the thread back on to GIRLS AND OLD MOTORCYCLES!!!



Great Pic........
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Old 06-01-2010, 02:11 PM   #1579
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The pictures I dedicated to him were meant as humour, and the good-natured flavour at that. No sarcasm.
I'm no Guardian Angel, but I don't hold my tongue much either. When I see "bullshit", I call "Bullshit". I saw the post with the monkey wrench girl, and your reply to it. That one seemed sarcastic to me as well.
However, if I misunderstood them, then that's all on me.

And if you're pulling from your personal stash, then you (have) are "walking" and not just "talking".

You have my apologies on both accounts.
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Old 06-01-2010, 03:43 PM   #1580
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Saw this pic on a blog and thought of this thread, sorry if it's been posted already, haven't read all 1500+ posts :P

Great pic!
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Old 06-01-2010, 09:59 PM   #1581
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I've always liked the way these 2 play off of each other.
In the interest of full disclosure, UNCLE ERNIE DID NOT SHOOT EITHER OF THESE PICTURES (aka "images" for the artists in the crowd)










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Old 06-01-2010, 10:01 PM   #1582
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Holy cow! Almost forgot to say I got this shot from a friend. I didn't take it.
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Old 06-01-2010, 10:07 PM   #1583
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When Kodak foirst started selling the Brownie, you took all the pictures and sent the whole camera to Kodak. They unloaded the film, put a new roll in, and sent the camera and pictures back.

This is my first wife. I took the picture with one of those Brownies.
No- REALLY.

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Old 06-01-2010, 10:11 PM   #1584
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I'm the one on the right. I just feel like... well sometimes... shoot. I never talked about this before.
Obviously, someone else took the picture.

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Old 06-01-2010, 10:24 PM   #1585
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For some reason I make links in my head. These 2 seem to go together for some reason. GUESS WHAT? I TOOK THIS PICTURE! ME. A RARE COLOUR SHOT. I used to shoot B&W all the time.














Sarcasm... this guy must be a presidential appointee or something.

So I sit at my desk with a jar of molasses and a bag of feathers. Who the fuck cares what I do as long as I'm having a good time? I take 12 prescriptions and drool on my shoe while i try to tie the laces.

Get your face real close to the screen here so I can squeeze your cheeks.

Now say, "chubby baby".
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Old 06-01-2010, 10:44 PM   #1586
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Holy cow! Almost forgot to say I got this shot from a friend. I didn't take it.
Now THAT'S what I'm talkin about! A woman actually riding a bike!
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Old 06-02-2010, 09:20 AM   #1587
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When Kodak foirst started selling the Brownie, you took all the pictures and sent the whole camera to Kodak. They unloaded the film, put a new roll in, and sent the camera and pictures back.

This is my first wife. I took the picture with one of those Brownies.
No- REALLY.

She does not look like a biker, but she sure do look good on a bike!
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Old 06-02-2010, 11:26 AM   #1588
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Sorry, had to. I knew I had this pic, just couldn't find it the other day

Maybe the road racers wouldn't like to see a pipe wrench used on an ultra rare TD2B, but I spoke with the Enduro Gods and they said that this would be a very suitable tool for use on any vintage Enduro bike. Say if you fell in the woods and bent your bars. Your spark plug wrench is not going to straighten them out.

Besides, when we gave Jacki the wrench for this pose. She asked what it was. When I told her it was a "Pipe Wrench" She started to giggle and get that look in her eyes. She then purred..."I love a man with a big pipe...........wrench that is

No harm or foul...back to girls on old bikes.

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Old 06-02-2010, 01:47 PM   #1589
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Not sure what exactly constitutes "old", but the bike is an '86 Rebel 250. That's almost Antique status by DMV standards...

And Hey, I actually shot this!
The model is my first (and current) wife, learning to ride.
Taken last weekend, I used an LG8700 cellphone. No grain in the picture. Mostly just concrete. I held the phone roughly 5' above grade, and pushed the "TAKE" button with my right thumb.
I don't normally shoot B&W with my cellphone, but I found this spiffy button in my Photobucket account that converted it. It's not so much as "Rare" as it's just the first one I've done.


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Old 06-02-2010, 01:50 PM   #1590
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Sorry, had to. I knew I had this pic, just couldn't find it the other day

Maybe the road racers wouldn't like to see a pipe wrench used on an ultra rare TD2B, but I spoke with the Enduro Gods and they said that this would be a very suitable tool for use on any vintage Enduro bike. Say if you fell in the woods and bent your bars. Your spark plug wrench is not going to straighten them out.

Besides, when we gave Jacki the wrench for this pose. She asked what it was. When I told her it was a "Pipe Wrench" She started to giggle and get that look in her eyes. She then purred..."I love a man with a big pipe...........wrench that is

No harm or foul...back to girls on old bikes.

pipe-wrench-usage
Are girls and tools OK?

I have a shot of a girl and a motorcycle fanny tool pack.

Don't want to violate any rules...
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