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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
so 11:15 at Colliers?
shutting down the pooter..anything important, text me on my cell..also chucky is at the VA for a Drs appt until 11.30 so we gots to keep him updated!
I thought he said 11:15 at the Bottoms Up Club
Go to the craft fairs and you can get the machine to make your own at home.
that settles it, 2pm at Ron's!
The Westboro Baptist Nuts are coming to Beebe Saturday to Protest the Funeral of Sgt. Jason M. Swindle at the First Baptist Church at 101 HWY 64 West, in Beebe, AR at 115pm on Saturday Sept 29, 2012. The family is requesting that "bikers" come shield them from the protest. Please spread the word. With Bikes, Blues and BBQ in town, surely some can make the ride to Beebe on Saturday.
Those fucking whack jobs need to be "convinced" to leave our fallen and their families alone....damn that pisses me off! I might have to go on a road trip to get in their faces...grrrrrrr
Contact the Patriot Guard. That's what they do and I'll bet they have people close to Beebe.
Doug "Tiger" Odom
Likely best to ignore them, I am pretty sure a confrontation is exactly what they want.
I'll bet they don't even show up. Very typical with them. But the Patriot Guard riders will either way if it's not to late for them to organize.
They are already on it.
SGT Jason M. Swindle, 24, Beebe, AR, 27, 28, 29 SEP 12
Has anyone requested for Patriot Guard Riders to be there?
See my post above
One day I'm gonna learn to read the whole thread before I hop on the keyboard. I also got a notification email from PGR about some local guys heading that way.
Looks like they have a plan.
Thanks Steve. Yes, this was distributed to Guard members some time ago. Actually, there are several missions in the region this week, including one in Fayetteville on Friday afternoon. PGR is a very organized group, and a worthy organization. If you are interested in joining, go to the web site, read up on PGR, and attend a local mission to meet the local ride captains and regulars. These are great fellows, and the missions are all about respect for our fallen service men and women. Riders are not in it for glory or attention.
Regarding the Beebe mission, there will be a large gathering of PGR members already there, and it doesn't help to have a bunch of random BBB riders over there, as they can actually distract from the service. The Westboro idiots like threatening attendance to KIA missions just to stir things up. PGR is always ready for them, and have a formal plan if they do.
In any case, a big mission like that isn't the best for your first PGR ride, if you are interested. A better choice is a smaller, local service where PGR members are sometimes stretched thin. Unfortunately, there are lots of opportunities to join a local PGR mission and show your respect to our local fallen heroes, and that would be a better first mission.
got a few photos, of the real bikers that showed up...
coolest bike I saw
who rode this, is that a girls bike?
I parked near Gus
being the true badassed biker Doc is, he was having a run in with Johnny Law!