Hells Angels

Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by Frank Sosa, Sep 19, 2008.

  1. lunchmeat

    lunchmeat MLI

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    You sir are a badd ass! Spraying bikers with gravel took some doing and I am now afraid of you while at the same time in great awe of your riding prowess. Too bad you didn't have an uzi to blast them with.:norton I hope I can find some HD guys in gravel so I can spray them so I look as good as you must have. What exactly would you have done if you had low sided right then? Guess you would have pistol whipped the ring leader then jumped back on your bike and rode off into the sunset?
  2. VFR_firefly

    VFR_firefly Buh Bye!

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    What prowess? Any skilled rider can easily ride gravel and throwing stones behind your rear tire is as simple as twisting the throttle.

    As for the UZI, don't you carry one slung over your shoulder Israeli-style whenever you ride like the rest of us?

    Pistol-whipping those dirtbags would be much too good for them. Just a bunch of low-life sub-human scum.
  3. RandyB

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    Wow. Words fail. Wow.
  4. mhpr262

    mhpr262 Long timer

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    One never knows...I once read an interview with Sonny Barger in which he said he rode around 45.000 miles every year on his motorcycle....quite a bit more than most of the people on this site, I´d say.

    Hells Angel shell, advrider core!:evil
  5. RandyB

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    No thanks. He's now on my "Don't come to my house when the world ends" list. Quite an accomplishment, when you consider there are Hell's Angels, Yankees, Muslims, Cubans and even a Mormon on the "Welcome Home" list.:lol3

    Chewie's after him now, God help him. My work here is done.
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  6. VFR_firefly

    VFR_firefly Buh Bye!

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    KKK, Bloods, Crypts, MS-13, Yakuza, Triad, Scientologists, and Hells Angels are ALL not welcome at my house, end of the world or not.

    I don't have any time for ANY vicious criminal scumbags who should all meet their end on the business end of a shotgun, regardless of the status on the timeline of the world. Beginning, end -who cares? A scumbag criminal is a scumbag criminal.

    If you don't want to invite me to your house, I only have one word to say:

    BOO HOO!
    :cry
  7. RandyB

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    That was two words.
  8. VFR_firefly

    VFR_firefly Buh Bye!

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    Just because you are too stupid to get the joke, doesn't mean those who do don't think it's funny...
  9. trumpet

    trumpet Group W Bench

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    +1 :rofl
  10. pegit

    pegit n00b

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    ring its neck you wont have time to read s***.:lol3
  11. LuciferMutt

    LuciferMutt Rides slow bike slow

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  12. KY.KLR

    KY.KLR Gotta Go

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    Someone's been missimg their stress management class again.
  13. GS Weaver

    GS Weaver idiot

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    I'm on the same page as you. I find it hilarious that people stick up for the HA because "they aren't all that bad." It's no different when murderers on death row become "born again" and everyone feels so horrible for them. A criminal is a criminal. Like I said, motorcycle GANGS like the HA and so on have hurt motorcycles more then any stupid squid on a sportbike, yet they get a pass for god knows what reason.
  14. red91sit2

    red91sit2 37 h.p.

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    When I was younger, we had some biker gang in out town (not sure which one) but they ended up taking over a camp ground and having a raging bonfires using the picnic tables. I'm not sure why, but i know they received police escorts to the Canadian border.

    Making them someone else's problem must have been easier than actually dealing with them? (another great cop move :mulie )
  15. RandyB

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    garandman Wandering Minstrel

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    How's that workin' for ya? :norton
  17. RandyB

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    Pretty well. It provides comfort.

    Garry Owen, eh? Worked with them last tour. Good guys.

    What kind of Garand? I have a Tanker (Wrong term, I know.)
  18. VFR_firefly

    VFR_firefly Buh Bye!

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    When someone is "born again" it just makes me think they have even more reason to keep them locked up. Believing in invisible friends is a sure sign of mental illness/weakness IMHO. Murderers having invisible friends is even worse. Keep them put away where they will never hurt anyone again.
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  19. Treadless

    Treadless avoiding gravity storms if at all possible Supporter

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    Sounds like you are describing an ADV gathering in Kernville a couple of years ago. There is a percentage of :asshat s in EVERY group and every gathering. :becca
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  20. RandyB

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    Proving once again that eventually everyone says something with which I can agree.