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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by pretbek, Nov 24, 2013.
No really, you do.
These guys are wielding it to great effect for an admirable cause.
Let's remember this next time you hear them called pirates.
Good for them. That was a great news story. Something positive for a change.
Damn you, my allergies...
Class... they has it.
I have friends in the local Distric Attorneys office and they speak very highly of these guys.
Very cool of these guys, but does anyone find it a bit ironic that an anti child abuse organization's logo is a big fist?
This is incredible, love it.
Now if these guys were ATGATT this could make a good Power Ranger movie.
Fists that in this case can be used to protect the weak and defenseless among us.
That is bad ass. I can see how the psychology of that would do wonders for a kid who feels angry and scared.
Fantastic eye opener! Hopefully helping children trust people again.
Great story. Thanks for sharing.
Yes... much more effective than a group of Beemer riders standing in her driveway all wearing day-glow green Stiches! Not that it wouldn't still be scary, just in a different way!
A group of Sport bike Riders Known as the Vodoo Misfits in KC asked them to join in on some projects building playgrounds for underprivileged kids in Kansas City and they refused because of the style of bikes they rode! I think the message would be inclusion of any who wanted to help kids. Or to join in no matter who asked if it was to help poor kids.
I doubt if it was strictly because of the sportbikes...
Voodoo Misfits may be more like it and the image the name implies.
Besides, instead of latching onto the HD group, why wouldn't the Misfits do something on their own?
The HD group has every right to stick with what obviously works and undoubtedly has polished their image. I wouldn't let another group grab onto my coat-tail either.
Besides as I mentioned earlier, how many predators are going to be scared away by a group of power rangers?