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Posted on Mon, May 02, 2005 15:48


blondeharleygirl write:

Ukin,
If your askin HDragon his advice..and your studying this long and hard..and your saying the word "looming"...don't you feel somewhere inside you already know?



Sweetie...thank you for the words..and yes, inside me I do have a feeling as to my route. Like Dragon, I have already been "there" albeit, not over here..and over here is a little different to over there lol (hope you can follow!)
I think that we both agree that really, at our age, the time to lay back and relax is high upon our lists!



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Posted on Mon, May 02, 2005 15:44


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think long and hard because you know others will try to influence you into making the decision they want. It ain't your first rodeo and you know its a long , bumpy dirt road. I can understand wanting the comradery and feeling of family but bro , you can find that in better places



Yup...ya can and that is true. sent you a letter explaning a little about it...sorry about the typos's in the last couple of words...saw them as I hit the send button lol



Ukin,
If your askin HDragon his advice..and your studying this long and hard..and your saying the word "looming"...don't you feel somewhere inside you already know?

  


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Posted on Mon, May 02, 2005 08:59


harleydragon write:

think long and hard because you know others will try to influence you into making the decision they want. It ain't your first rodeo and you know its a long , bumpy dirt road. I can understand wanting the comradery and feeling of family but bro , you can find that in better places



Yup...ya can and that is true. sent you a letter explaning a little about it...sorry about the typos's in the last couple of words...saw them as I hit the send button lol



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Posted on Mon, May 02, 2005 08:55


Ukin write:

harleydragon write:
it's a gamble and you know they say never gamble with what you are not prepared to lose.I think the odds are stacked against you



I play Poker...and I know when to bet and when to fold...I don't like odds stacked against me.
Been invited to "Church" this Friday..decision time is looming HD.



think long and hard because you know others will try to influence you into making the decision they want. It ain't your first rodeo and you know its a long , bumpy dirt road. I can understand wanting the comradery and feeling of family but bro , you can find that in better places



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Posted on Mon, May 02, 2005 08:48


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it's a gamble and you know they say never gamble with what you are not prepared to lose.I think the odds are stacked against you



I play Poker...and I know when to bet and when to fold...I don't like odds stacked against me.
Been invited to "Church" this Friday..decision time is looming HD.



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Posted on Mon, May 02, 2005 08:13


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Possom write:
I read every post on this yesterday and was just going to move on quietly but slept on it a bit and have the following to say (to the fair sex):
There is family and there is "family".
There are books you read and books you write by living them.
There is ignorance, stupidity and risk but there is choice, selection and partnership.
Nothing should ever be judged at face value, but not all faces are the same.
Your choice, your descision, your life
......re-read this and considered deleting but what the heck!!


To a certain degree I will say that what you wrote is true, but, there are some that don't know what they're getting themselves into until it's too late.
***The last few years of my marriage, my husbands club was in "transition"....retiring the old name/colors, & being givin new colors. Let me just say, biker events were getting to be alittle scarey- no matter where we went we had 2 other clubs watching us......but not to keep us safe!
I guess what I'm tring to say is, when I had met my husband he was in a club, NOW>>>he's in a "club". No matter what, I was teritory, & it's even scarier when you have other club members licking their lips cause they want some of you.--These were the members of the new "club".



very true..I have seen it before



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Posted on Sun, May 01, 2005 17:54

have you read the book Under and Alone? Great book! It explains a lot about patchs, how and what they mean..I thought i knew a lot about the biker world...i was wrong...this book is amazing...



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Posted on Sun, May 01, 2005 17:51

Bet you guys thought I fell off the face of the earth....Nope..Just great weather..been riding like h e l l

Well speaking of which..I thought this post got laid to rest..but I see it didn't..and have read the thread of recent.
For those of you who think "clubs a/k/a gangs" yup, at least here they do, patches and colors clearly visible all over the place, and are welcome at most rallies, club house not too far from where I live in fact. Don't be fooled, just because you think Harley's are expensive or have become mainstream, it still contains element.



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Posted on Sun, May 01, 2005 01:20


Ukin write:

ok...close friends usually end up with the dirt jobs and low men on the totem pole end up taking the most chances and are the one to take the fall most of the time. I can think of much better vacation spots..



Me too...and I have been hesitant because I didn't have my full residency permit..but now I do have that safely..but deportion still isn't nice lol



it's a gamble and you know they say never gamble with what you are not prepared to lose.I think the odds are stacked against you



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 20:04


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speedyjerry write:

Ukin write:

Grufff write:
speedyjerry be careful now.



Good advice.

Okay, now ya'll got my curiosity going, time for a little research. Put my thinkin cap on. To Be Continued.





Jerry - HD, Gruff & SLB know of what they speak. SLB gave you just one example. Leaving this alone is in the best interest.



Hey Kat, congrads on the book girl. Is that George Jones behind you? congrads again. Made two call's today to some old buds in reference to this original topic, I'm not surprised at the areas they thrive in, not around here though, won't happen. Case Closed.

  


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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 15:55


ok...close friends usually end up with the dirt jobs and low men on the totem pole end up taking the most chances and are the one to take the fall most of the time. I can think of much better vacation spots..



Me too...and I have been hesitant because I didn't have my full residency permit..but now I do have that safely..but deportion still isn't nice lol



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 13:00


Ukin write:

harleydragon write:
there are good and bad points to what you are considering.the further you are from the top , the more expendable you are and you know which rung on the ladder a probate stands on. You are grown so just use your own good sense and weigh the pros and cons



One thing does concern m..and you made that point, maybe not intentional, but then, maybe it was...the "Grown Up" part. Age is immaterial, that I do know..but MY age could be a pitfall.
Need to clear up though, it's not for the 81, but "Friends" of theirs Close Friends.
I am making logical thoughts Bro, but your advice is more than welcome...and appreciated. I have been there before, just not in the USA.



ok...close friends usually end up with the dirt jobs and low men on the totem pole end up taking the most chances and are the one to take the fall most of the time. I can think of much better vacation spots..



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 12:50


harleydragon write:
there are good and bad points to what you are considering.the further you are from the top , the more expendable you are and you know which rung on the ladder a probate stands on. You are grown so just use your own good sense and weigh the pros and cons



One thing does concern m..and you made that point, maybe not intentional, but then, maybe it was...the "Grown Up" part. Age is immaterial, that I do know..but MY age could be a pitfall.
Need to clear up though, it's not for the 81, but "Friends" of theirs Close Friends.
I am making logical thoughts Bro, but your advice is more than welcome...and appreciated. I have been there before, just not in the USA.



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 12:14


Ukin write:
I know of what is said..I am being asked to be a "Hang Around" and those who are aware, know of what I speak.
I have jumped the "Friend" stage..and the next step is..well, we'll see!



there are good and bad points to what you are considering.the further you are from the top , the more expendable you are and you know which rung on the ladder a probate stands on. You are grown so just use your own good sense and weigh the pros and cons



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 11:55

I know of what is said..I am being asked to be a "Hang Around" and those who are aware, know of what I speak.
I have jumped the "Friend" stage..and the next step is..well, we'll see!



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 10:34


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Ukin write:

Grufff write:
speedyjerry be careful now.



Good advice.

Okay, now ya'll got my curiosity going, time for a little research. Put my thinkin cap on. To Be Continued.





Jerry - HD, Gruff & SLB know of what they speak. SLB gave you just one example. Leaving this alone is in the best interest.



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 09:13


speedyjerry write:

Ukin write:

Grufff write:
speedyjerry be careful now.



Good advice.

Okay, now ya'll got my curiosity going, time for a little research. Put my thinkin cap on. To Be Continued.



  


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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 04:52

I read every post on this yesterday and was just going to move on quietly but slept on it a bit and have the following to say (to the fair sex):
There is family and there is "family".
There are books you read and books you write by living them.
There is ignorance, stupidity and risk but there is choice, selection and partnership.
Nothing should ever be judged at face value, but not all faces are the same.
Your choice, your descision, your life
......re-read this and considered deleting but what the heck!!



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 04:07


Ukin write:

Grufff write:
speedyjerry be careful now.



Good advice.

Okay, now ya'll got my curiosity going, time for a little research. Put my thinkin cap on. To Be Continued.

  


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Posted on Fri, Apr 29, 2005 19:34


Grufff write:
speedyjerry be careful now.



Good advice.



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