Killboy failure Dragon Fest

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

  1. TrashCan

    TrashCan Scary Jerry

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    You got it right.

    It is now all about being there at the right time.:D


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  2. Jim Moore

    Jim Moore Long timer

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    Quoted, so you can't go back and change it. Footloose!:rofl
  3. Dranrab Luap

    Dranrab Luap E-Tarded Super Moderator

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    Interesting. It looks like my participation in this thread piqued a little curiosity. Seems someone wanted to view my profile.

    The last 10 visitor(s) to this page were:
    1. <LI class=smallfont>DAKEZ* <LI class=smallfont>hankgs <LI class=smallfont>James Adams* <LI class=smallfont>KingRat* <LI class=smallfont>Kozmo* <LI class=smallfont>Mike92 <LI class=smallfont>overlandr* <LI class=smallfont>Roam* <LI class=smallfont>Shoganai*
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  4. Xplorr

    Xplorr hoi polloi

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    At least those folks didn't hide the fact that they visited your profile. Lot's of people 'sneakin' around for whatever reason? :huh Sometimes this place reminds me of high school, mostly middle school. :D
  5. workerant

    workerant SpaƟ im Dreck

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    A couple of years ago I was dualsporting there near the state line. It was late afternoon and the sunlight was coming through the trees. I came around a corner and encountered like 10 little rodent-sized striped things milling around in the road. My shameful brain said, "WTF, are those dachshunds?"

    Yes, genius. Wild Appalachian dachshunds foraging in the woods. Or maybe they're boar piglets and momma is just off your left shoulder. TIME TO GO

    Boar are very common around here; I see more of them than I see deer or bears. Killgurl hit an adult boar while riding her motorcycle through the Gap a couple of years ago. Messed her up pretty good, too.
  6. JimVonBaden

    JimVonBaden "Cool" Aid!

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    :photog

    Jim :brow
  7. birdie_xx

    birdie_xx Been here awhile

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    And that was my point. The Goverment let people do whatever they wanted then with the buffalos, also hoping to seriously weaken the Great Plains tribes... it worked ;)
  8. ttpete

    ttpete Rectum Non Bustibus

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    Hogs aren't indigenous to America. Neither are horses. Look what happened to Australia when some idiot introduced rabbits.
  9. Xplorr

    Xplorr hoi polloi

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    Uhh, no. Unless you count the 700 odd visits to my profie, by the same 10 visitors.

    Or my sister for that matter. I'm trying to find peace with this sad reality. Thanks for helping.

    In the Mod Squad we trust, yes.
  10. thetable

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  11. muddriller

    muddriller Been here awhile

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    The 'Government" is us dude!!!! Maybe someone can attribute this quote, " Where the government fears the people there is liberty. Where the people fear the government there is tyranny."

    Self restraint is what it takes and equals maturity.

    Todd
  12. Dolly Sod

    Dolly Sod I want to do right, but not right now

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    760 :deal
  13. DAKEZ

    DAKEZ Long timer

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    Lighten up Gwen. I am just having a little fun with a basement dweller. :D

    how is it that you twist that into dismissive and condescending?
  14. lethe

    lethe Long timer

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    I have a dragon coffee cup. :D
  15. DAKEZ

    DAKEZ Long timer

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    I was going to look for you Dragon Tail tread but there is just too much basement nonsense to wade through. :lol3
  16. Gummee!

    Gummee! That's MR. Toothless

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    I went once to say I did it. On the way to somewhere from somewhere tho. Not as a trip in and of itself.

    BTDT

    Palomar is fun. ...but like Deal's Gap, its had its share of squids, angry locals, bicyclists, and cops.

    There're other roads in the area that are as fun or more fun, but they're farther out.

    M
  17. TrashCan

    TrashCan Scary Jerry

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  18. Reryder

    Reryder Onward through the fog...

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    What are you doing posting pics on this thread? Don't you know they interfere with the flow of the words of wisdom that would otherwise be uninterrupted? Please refrain, before the pic-to-BS ratio goes through the roof.
  19. buildit

    buildit Guns, bikes and Bows

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    I've been three time and never even went on the dragon. There are so many great off road opportunities in that area. :evil
  20. LowInSlo

    LowInSlo Been here awhile

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you.

    end hijack...