Killboy failure Dragon Fest

Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. sdmichael

    sdmichael Long timer

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    Lifestyle... like motorcycling right? or the HD lifestyle? Those are choices. Gay isn't a "lifestyle" any more than straight is. Sorry to disappoint. Lifestyle is an overly used, and usually incorrectly used, word.
  2. Mr_Gone

    Mr_Gone Innocent culprit

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    You do know we're joking, right? :deal

    But I was actually referring to his beer-drinking habits. I've heard rumors that he only drinks light beer. And, of course, I was horrified. But to each his own, and I fully support his right to drink light beer. :D
  3. catweasel67

    catweasel67 RD04

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    Me? Guinness all the way my friend, - the runner's beer :p low(er) in calories, high in...err...well, alcohol!

    And saw this - thought of most of you :p

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  4. Mr_Gone

    Mr_Gone Innocent culprit

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    Ah, so it was only a rumor. :freaky
  5. ttpete

    ttpete Rectum Non Bustibus

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    You're in Wien and you're complaining about good food? :huh

    What about veal, and venison? I have memories of a wonderful Chateaubriand in a small restaurant there. Also saddle of venison with wild mushrooms and lingonberries. I ate well there.
  6. Navy Chief

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    If your ever out this way let me know, there are a few great BBQ places around here I can show you. :1drink
  7. Bill Harris

    Bill Harris Confirmed Curmudgeon

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    But think of how much that extra 3 inches of clearance is helping him. Without it he'd have grounded out long ago... :eek1

    --Bill
  8. Bar None

    Bar None Candy Ass

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    Those cartoon choppers must be awfully loud.
  9. Onederer

    Onederer Crunch Nugget

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  10. Veteran Noob

    Veteran Noob Astoundingly Unremarkable

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    High in alcohol? Please tell me you're not talking about Guinness Draught.
  11. Husky630

    Husky630 Long timer

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    I'm a quality over quantity kind of guy, not really a fan of any of the flavored piss-water brands or pretty much anything that comes in a can for that matter...

    Except Sapporo steel oil cans, you could patch your exhaust with that and a TIG.

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  12. y2blade

    y2blade Long timer

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    Great pic

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  13. Bill Harris

    Bill Harris Confirmed Curmudgeon

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    As Killboy says "Come for the ride, stay for the show."

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    An inmate? Mebbe we'll get a first-hand report on this........

    :rofl

    --Bill
  14. y2blade

    y2blade Long timer

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    It was this guy that bailed out. :cry

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    Poor little Honda!
  15. LordSmoke

    LordSmoke Been here awhile

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    The horse is pretty good. There's a specialty stand at Friedensbrucke.

    While grilled steaks, BBQ pork (is there any other kind of BBQ?), and crispy bacon are in short supply, there is no shortage of good food in Wien. But then, I'm partial to lung and blood sausage.
  16. RidingDonkeys

    RidingDonkeys Purveyor of Awesome

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    Throw your can aversion out the window. Good beer comes in cans these days. And actually, cans preserve a beer much better than a bottle. Open can, pour into glass, and enjoy. Or if camping, just enjoy it in the can.

    Here is a recent listing of some good craft brews in cans.
    http://hiconsumption.com/2014/04/15-best-canned-beers/
  17. Bleemus

    Bleemus Long timer

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    Then you have never had this one . . .

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  18. y2blade

    y2blade Long timer

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    Cooooooool

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  19. DC2wheels

    DC2wheels Castle Anthrax troll

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    Luge competitor on summer holiday? :lol3
  20. DEDan

    DEDan Been here awhile

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    I got some good IPA and a Rye Pale Ale from a brewery called Westbrook in Mt Pleasant SC, all in cans. High quality stuff. Nothing wrong with good beer in a can.