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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by RoninMoto, Apr 14, 2012.
excellent pictures and report, you've got me jonesing hard for a long trip on my bike.
Bahahaha. I had to google that.
As far as I can find... I don't think there is a requirement for fishing licences. I don't even think there are any people who would check.
Thanks for all the replys. I'll be posting again in about a week.
You're looking for the wrong guys ...
Wouldnt you rather be looking out for the Russian missile operator?
So if I find her, I suppose you want me to give you the GPS coordinates for central asia file?
Touche, a much better goal indeed!
^^^ I remember seeing that in the movies as a kid... Must revisit. Added to next Netflix delivery...
Not in this case ... a discreet email would do me just fine ....
Given the generous proportions involved and the fact that the picture was released 28 years ago, there may be significant coordinate slippage involved. A "continental drift", so to speak.
That second pic looks like she might be tucking something. Be very very careful.
I love animals especially dogs, my problem is i just cant eat a whole one.
Prepare yourself for disappointment...
There are certain animals that should not be eaten... dog for one... horse another. But cats? Knock yourself out if you find some cat, Noah.
Horse meat is delicious and most definitely should be eaten whenever possible.
I have eaten both dog meat and horse meat while in Kazakhstan ... cant say I am a huge fan of either. Prefer the lamb to be honest.
Your on a trip. Experience everything as you are. Dog may taste good, it may taste bad but you know because you tried it. If people where going hungry they'd soon eat there best friend Rex. Lol
Keep it up mate. It's an honest ride report.
I've eaten dog, but not horse, given the opportunity, I'd try anything except poop and human.
horse is awesome, it actually is kinda sweet tasting.
This reminds me of a W. C. Fields quote, "I love children.......especially if they are properly cooked."