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Old 01-18-2011, 06:28 PM   #3991
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Old 01-18-2011, 07:05 PM   #3992
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Old 01-18-2011, 07:57 PM   #3993
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Is that your 950???



Looks like a nice mid january ride considering you live way up in the mountains.
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Old 01-18-2011, 08:21 PM   #3994
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Is that your 950???



Looks like a nice mid january ride considering you live way up in the mountains.
Yep; took the 950 out for some excersize. I haven't ridden it much since Baja last January.
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Old 01-18-2011, 08:46 PM   #3995
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Yep; took the 950 out for some excersize. I haven't ridden it much since Baja last January.
Duke, how many days a year do you guys ride? I've often wondered that about several Rockies riders including you and Tammi.
What would you estimate?
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Old 01-18-2011, 08:51 PM   #3996
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SRA loves Miss Debs 8 foot Cock.

Oh crap. I promised I wouldn't tell.

I LIED!!!!!
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Old 01-18-2011, 08:56 PM   #3997
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Duke, how many days a year do you guys ride? I've often wondered that about several Rockies riders including you and Tammi.
What would you estimate?
Man; I have no clue. I have never really thought about it. Not enough?

edit; Just a wild guess, maybe in the realm of 50 or 60? I seriously don't know. And alot of those days are just a quick ride before work.
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Old 01-18-2011, 10:10 PM   #3998
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Yes, i was being a bit tongue in cheek. The bike to date has led a sheltered life. I plan on getting it more into the territory it was destined for. But, alas, I am not likely to drive it up and down Redcone anytime in my lifetime like others here can/do. But a few trips to Alaska and Canada and all over the Western US should get it property muddied up.

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Hey Tom,

Ya, as you know I'm not likely to do Redcone on my KLR either.

But for sourdough starters, my mom had one for several decades (ok, maybe 20 years) and she got it from our 93 year old neighbor who had it for several decades and didn't remember where she got it other than the person had it for several decades... Odd that you can go to any grocery store and get a similar starter. Not the same, but I'm not sure it matters. Knowing nothing about it, what I do know is that mom also makes yogurt. She can use a yogurt starter from a peach yogurt from the store and it tastes the same as another flavor. It is also much thinner, on the first batch, but when she uses the first round starter the next time it is just like it should be.

More than you wanted to know, I'd guess.
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Old 01-18-2011, 11:51 PM   #3999
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SRA loves Miss Debs 8 foot Cock.

Oh crap. I promised I wouldn't tell.

I LIED!!!!!
Well, I have yet to meet Miss Deb and I only championed her 8 foot cock at your request. After all, you were her 8 foot cock champion, right? I was more than happy to help. You are one outstanding fellow with only an 8 foot cock in mind. Oh, I guess it helps that Miss Deb is also a hottie... I wonder where your true motives lie...

Which is odd, because I think Miss Hilligan is also of great virtue and outstanding beauty.

Who knows, maybe if and when I meet Miss Deb I will be her new champion, leaving you all alone, without Miss Deb and without an 8 foot cock...

At least you will have the beauty Miss Hilligan, if she will take you back.





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Old 01-19-2011, 12:38 AM   #4000
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Does anyone have an atv jack or something similar i can rent/borrow? I need something to go under my sooby motor so i can slide it under the bumper and raise it up. I cant think of a way to do that without being the incredible hulk...
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Old 01-19-2011, 06:03 AM   #4001
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I guess you could borrow Miss Deb's 8-foot cock.......
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Old 01-19-2011, 06:20 AM   #4002
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Does anyone have an atv jack or something similar i can rent/borrow? I need something to go under my sooby motor so i can slide it under the bumper and raise it up. I cant think of a way to do that without being the incredible hulk...

I have a motorcycle/atv jack (Harbor Freight) but I live near E470 & Smoky Hill. You're welcome to use it if you can't find anything closer to you.
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Old 01-19-2011, 07:59 AM   #4003
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Does anyone have an atv jack or something similar i can rent/borrow? I need something to go under my sooby motor so i can slide it under the bumper and raise it up. I cant think of a way to do that without being the incredible hulk...
Wouldn't a regular hydraulic floor jack and a piece of wood work? Thats what I use when I'm putting in or taking out a VW motor from a VW (the way God intended numbnuts) Surely you have a floor jack with as much jacking around with VWs you do.

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Old 01-19-2011, 09:15 AM   #4004
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Sunday's episode of Top Gear (USA) .. they take 3 pickups to Alaska.
Funny stuff. s

Season finale of topgear usa next sunday and topgear uk begins again
Geek, do you like the US version? I can only give it about 2 out of 10, whereas the Brit version I give 10+. The three guys on the US version are clueless and not funny at all. But the Alaska show brought back some good memories of working in Alaska, especially an incident with some backwoods guys in their super jacked up old Ford truck. We had our equipment strung across a track out into the tundra near a gravel pit close to the main gravel road. These guys made us move all our stuff (they were hunters/miners and thought they were real tough). So after we cleared the trail from our wires and instruments, they pulled by us in their monster bog truck and stopped at the main road where they revved their truck up (three guys all sitting in the front seat) and popped the clutch. Only problem was the truck had been dropped into reverse. They shot back down the little road and right down into the very deep, two level gravel pit. That old Ford slammed against the rear of the upper level pit and bounced up and down for a few seconds. When they finally recovered and drove back by us to the main road, they were all white as sheets. As they slowly drove by, I said 'Have a nice day yall'.
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Old 01-19-2011, 09:50 AM   #4005
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The American version is growing on us. We enjoy it a little more each episode.

The Australian version was all over the place as they swapped hosts trying to find the right combination. The last episode of it was the one we've enjoyed the most.. but strangely the season ended after just 4 episodes. Fingers crossed it'll be back.

TopGear UK begins again this coming Sunday
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