South Alabama Tag-O-Rama (including NW Florida)

Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by KawDlr, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. forrestrider

    forrestrider Dont Do Stupid Shit..

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    Hay Nano what did I tell you today? When you told me that you brought the tag over this way?

    That if the Tag and Peanut is Not in the Dothan City limits there to Lazy to ride over 5 miles to get it. Wine and Bitch of how far away it was, its not in town or a paved road, they would not ride to get it, and they would make a NEW ONE.

    If there to LAZY to Play the Game Properly Maybe they should just make make one up just for them and call it

    The Dothan City Limits Tag o Rama

    Posers
  2. nanohiccup

    nanohiccup in time

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    Good to see you at the Stagecoach. Was a good turnout of riders. Congrats on the USA Tag O Rama

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  3. nanohiccup

    nanohiccup in time

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    Just looked. USA tag o rama

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  4. John65

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    forrestrider, you're behind the times,, Dothan is on the eastern edge of the tagging area now, Enterprise has been the center of attention for over a year now..
  5. wingridrs

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    Well, why do you ride around and get the tag...place anywhere ya want inside the SATOR boundary...
  6. spntshell

    spntshell What! Where??!

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    I haven't went after it because 1) too cold 2) too lazy 3) too busy 4)too spoiled by my heater oh and too old to be riding in this weather:1drink
  7. wingridrs

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    I can understand that...:evil...however, seems Forrestrider will ride no matter what the weather, whether roads paved or not, no distance to far, apparently isn't lazy and doesn't mind the cold...so perhaps it is time for him or her to go get the tag and relocate it...:D...
  8. forrestrider

    forrestrider Dont Do Stupid Shit..

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    That's right I will ride in any weather the lowest was 18.deg. as much dirt roads a possible, almost 2,800 miles in 5 days last Oct. with No electric clothing and I don't trailer my bike to events, Some of us over here used to play the game but as I said the Dothan area riders always wined and bitched how far they had to ride to get the tag. 2 of us road to the East side of the state and got the tag did almost I think it was 490 miles that day and all of them had a fit that it was to far it was and then we caught them using taken in the summer time and posted them in the winter time tags this was before the p-nut.
  9. wingridrs

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    We did bitch about the file photos... and some will bitch about the distance or the weather. However some of us being lady riders might not feel safe traveling that distance alone in todays society. So the tag is in your court so to speak. Go get it and keep it there for awhile until an Easterner decides to go get it.
  10. Mallder

    Mallder Been here awhile

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    I've been a pretty regular player of this game and on a few occasions have deliberately placed the tag south toward Pensacola to try and get more folks involved.

    Now that it is out west, does the fact that it hasn't moved in a while reflect poorly on those that live 3 to 4 hours away ...or those that live close by?

    I still try to ride every day even with this cold, buts it very hard to get the 7 hours together to get out there. I will continue to look for opportunities to get the tag but if it stays out west for a while it should give some new folks a chance to play.
  11. wingridrs

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    There are several of us over here on the "east" side that love to play the game. However, there are circumstances called "life" that precludes one from playing as much as they may like to. For someone (Forrestrider) to typecast other motorcycle enthusiasts from the "east" side as bunch of lazy moaners and complainers is a little ridiculous. Not all of us have the extra time to ride 7-8 hours for a "tag". Although we'd love to be able to do just that. Not all of us have dual sport bikes that again would keep some of us playing when "tag" is off road, but there are many that can go off road.....I venture to say that there have been times the "tag" was placed here on the "east" in the past to entice some of the "westerners" to ride over here and get it...how many have done that I wonder...possibly one or two...so with that it will get relocated one day sooner or later and the game is still fun..and I will play when my time allows..and I will pick and choose what distance I will travel...but with our bikes it will not be off road on purpose...:rofl
    And as you stated above why hasn't someone in the area in which the "tag" currently residing relocated to another area of their choosing within the SATOR boundary?:wink:
  12. forrestrider

    forrestrider Dont Do Stupid Shit..

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    If you was to look back a few years ago on the history of this thread, you would see that us in the West side once played the game, It got were a good bit of the time some on the east side (Dothan area ) would wine and bitch and wanted to start the game a-new cause it was to far for them to travel, some of them would even post that that they needed to keep it away from us so they would not have to ride over this way cause it was to far.

    This is the reason that us Wester's quit playing.

    I don't care what kind of bike you ride, and I know not everybody has time to ride for hour's, dirt road's this or that, It just chaps my ass that if it is Inconvenient for some-one to go get the Tag and Pea-nut It's
    ( Let's Make A New One ) ( As stated in post 6590 )
  13. Mallder

    Mallder Been here awhile

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    That post regarding making a new peanut was in no way intended to mean the game would start anew with a new tag. He only intended to imply that a new peanut could be reintroduced with whatever is the current tag.

    In fact, I intend to do exactly that. When i get a chance to make a tag i will reintroduce a peanut if some else doesnt beat me to it.

    Forrest, I dont know what issues you encountered BUT we're not it. I dont think anyone has a problem with the current Tag. Im secretly hopeing it stays there for little while longer so I can clear my schedule and go get it.
  14. forrestrider

    forrestrider Dont Do Stupid Shit..

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    Never said it was y'all. It's those in another area from a few years ago that wanted to only keep the game in there little area. and no one else out side that area was really welcome to play. This was before the peanut my self and 1 other did 512 miles one day for the tag they did not wont to ride out side of city limits, so one time they decided to make a new tag back in dothan cause it was too far for them to ride to ride. So those of us over here quit playing for the last couple years.
  15. wingridrs

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    Well, there are some new player's now...so let's just play the game as our time allows, etc...the more to play the merrier...
  16. KeithTurk

    KeithTurk Been here awhile

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    So we lost the peanut again? I suspect folks see us drop it off and then go and pick up the peanut as a matter course... just not wanting "trash" laying around....

    I'll make a new one for you guys tomorrow and Clark you can marry it with the tag next time you get a chance.... obviously the current tag is valid.... just doesn't have the peanut..... and normally the person with the peanut who posts it within 36 hrs has the tag... ...

    We had that asshat ( from our area ) post a file picture several years ago and the peanut has been a nice way of proving you got there first.
  17. wingridrs

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    I don't think the peanut is lost. He is residing in the western side of the state, and seems no one has the time to go get relocate it. Not even the ones living in the area have the desire for one reason or another. It will get moving again sooner or later...
  18. wingridrs

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    Seems a lot of us here, including the guys have a bad case of PMS...:rofl
  19. spntshell

    spntshell What! Where??!

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    I was going to go get it 2 days ago but woke up feeling like someone was kicking me all night and made me swallow crushed glass, now I have to go to work for 14 days...I know excuses

  20. Mallder

    Mallder Been here awhile

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    according to nano we are peanut-less. He couldnt find it at tin top.