Shopping at Toronto's new Hells Angels store. . .

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Jacl-Kampuchea, Sep 24, 2013.

  1. Montague

    Montague UDF Adventurer

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    Next they will have their own fricking reality TV show......
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  2. Buzz363

    Buzz363 Been here awhile

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    Yeah the whole outlaw biker thing may just catch on now.
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  3. GB

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    this thread is better suited in the Canada forum, letting the local inmates chime in.. :lurk
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  4. KipperMatic

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    I used to live two blocks over from the store on Logan. The location used to be a mechanical supply place called SPEED!
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  5. CallMeBoog

    CallMeBoog hi functioning idiom

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    I thought all drug dealers bought carwashes to launder their money?
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  7. Mike Ryder

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    Was that the Gold Panner? Is it still open? And what was in said gas can?

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  8. H96669

    H96669 A proud pragmatist.

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    GP open....??? Hardly ever when I ride by.Sure wasn't Sunday a couple weeks ago when I rode it to check out the new pavement.:wink: Owner is a p...k and nobody wants to work for him so cutbacks on opening hours. And Celia is closed in Cherryville.:cry:cry:cry Eat at the Laughing Lama in Lumby on the way.:wink::clap

    My gas can??? Must have had good "marked" Premium in it. Don't know about the HA, maybe he should have taken some, no Premium gas in Cherryville,just the marked stuff and that's illegal for road use.:wink: Poor Harley.....:lol3

    Funny their new store in Toronto....formerly the "Speed" Mechanical shop. Does that make it now a Methaniacal shop....after all that's a big part of their business the speed thing.:lol3
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  9. squonker

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  10. KipperMatic

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  11. pelvis_98

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  12. KipperMatic

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    Nah... that's some one from the dreaded "81cc" gang.
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  13. skysailor

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    Pulled up behind a pickup in Winnipeg with "Zombie Apocalypse Response Vehicle" across the back window. Thought that was pretty cool, really.
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    Waste of money, waste of space. Losers cruising with their support gear. An idiot down the alley has a support decal on his bike. Tried bragging about how people better watch out for him since he "knows guys".

    Didn't work out so well when he tried it on me ...... we don't talk anymore.
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  15. skysailor

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    I in no way support 1% MC types, but...
    In the late 70's, my old iron head Sportster gave up the ghost north of Sudbury, Ontario in early October (read frikken COLD!). Four members of Satan's Choice (are they still around?) stopped when nobody else would, pulled out tools, and spent an hour getting me back on the road. It was an interesting hour. I was very happy to see these four upstanding citizens.
    Lyle
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  16. Steve G.

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    With a smile, I'm wondering how things would have gone had you been on a Honda? At best they would have ignored you and headed down the road. They might have stopped to piss in your gas tank for a laugh.
    Satan's Choice? Hells Angels? Upstanding citizens?
    :rofl:rofl:rofl
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  17. CanadianX

    CanadianX Oh!? That is deep.

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  18. Seve

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    It's existence is an example of an open and free society, I guess? :1drink

    It's an unassailable fact that they are a criminal organization, as such, use the ATM at your own risk!

    Opening store fronts is no doubt a marketing effort to persuade the public at large, that they are a benevolent free enterprise operation.

    I wonder if they accept Bitcoins?
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