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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by FredBGG, Dec 25, 2015.
There's the smart way and the stupid way.
The stupid way makes better stories.
I may be slow but my work is poor.
And are usually more fun, not counting trip to the ER! LOL
We were so poor we had to Jack off the dog to feed the cat.
I'll never forget you, but I'm going to try.
- Wednesday Addams
Learn from others mistakes....You'll never live long enough to make them all yourself.
Are you Shure about that? I have a pretty good start on the mistake making front.
If you keep an open mind people will throw a lot of garbage in it.
Sorry if that's a repost, I didn't read the whole thread.
From my wife's Uncle John (now passed, miss him):
That's a bit too much ham for just two eggs.
I know I've 205'd myself on here once or twice.
Remember, you have the rest of your life, to make the turn...if you do it wrong.
They way I have heard it.
Get up and rub some dirt on it and get back on the bike.
Pain is temporary, glory is forever, chicks dig scars.
Isn’t it wounds heal, chicks dig scars, glory lasts forever?
From a Veteran's day movie I was watching last night, (thanks to all the veterans & law enforcement)
Fear is a reaction.
Courage is a decision.
The more it's worth accomplishment, the less it needs acknowledgement.
I got nothin'
"If not now, when?"
"Do not weep, do not curse. Understand."
If not us, who?