harleydragon write: why take a chance Nodey..just bring that loving to me
HD-Man, Nodey keeps saying "She can't hold it up, it's too big for her". Notice her new profile pic standing next to that scooter, she don't look like no whimp to me. I bet she could hold anything up and keep it up as long as she wanted to.
Well, fifi... your apology was so "special" that I missed it... don't bother anyway... this "hard line biker chic" (YOUR words, not mine) wouldn't accept an apology from a self admitted assshole like yourself.. at least ya got THAT part RIGHT.. you ARE an assshole... only thing is you left out the word "disrespectful"... and once again, you disrespectful assshole, you need to be corrected... you claim that you had many "friends in outlaw bike GANGS"... you're fulla shit cause if ya DID you'd KNOW that they don't refer to themselves as "gangs"... they are CLUBS and ANY outlaw would be the first one to "correct" ya if you called him a "gang" member... everybody's entitled to their opinion... that much is true... but the fact that you came here and spewed your shit... you purposely insulted me and are pretending to know about things that you so OBVIOUSLY do NOT have a clue about, simply proves that you WERE not, ARE not, nor will you EVER be a biker...
and to everyone that came to my defense.. my thanks... love and respect to you all... xo
cuteandrestless write: Did in fact grow up in the country and in the city and inbetween. Calling bikers being killed by the law or low priority investigations is bs. According to any code of ethics. Make it personal if you want. The only difference between your version of the old bad bikers and the old cops in your area is.. a badge and leathers.
Excuse me Lady, I'm not approving or encouraging any means of violence toward anyone or a specific group. I have no prejudices or personnal enemy's in the world. Some of them Ole Clowns I use to trade punch's with in my younger day are still here, should we meet at an event we have a beer and joke about it. I was simply stating facts from my personnal experiences growing up in the world of motorcycles so some can better understand some history and if anyone takes offense to something I wrote here go back from the beginning and start over cause your'e just scanning for something to bich about. Today I consider myself a Biker although I know that some would beg to differ with me cause of what I ride or wear. There's even a chance that some of my earlier activities to promote motorcycle enthusiasm as a fun hobby and way of life actually did some good for us.
Did you grow up in a convent shielded from society? Back then sometimes people just needed a killin for assorted reasons and were dealt with. It's not as easy today as it was back then but still happens. Someone goe's into the wrong place a little west of me and says the wrong thing to the wrong person at the wrong time and he's likely to be some alligators meal for the next couple days or fed to the hogs. Sorry lady, this is life in the country.
You might remember clubs like ours when you were kids, races, hot dogs, tater chips, cokes, family events. When is the last time you were in a line of 50 motorcycles seeing who could go the slowest without putting a foot down? Did you ever try to bite a hot dog covered with mustard, kechup, mayonnaise and relish tied to a string hanging from a branch while riding your bike without putting a foot down? How about lime runs, fill brown paper bags with white lime and bust one on the road every mile and at each intersection you got three choices to travel, go a mile, no lime bag, turn around haul ass back and try again? These are my favorite memories from back then, mom's, dad's, and kid's all on bikes. Some were 74's some were Sportsters, they had windshields and saddlebags mostly. I was very active planning and executing events, got a plaque to show for it. Your "Bikers Code" is very nice and can be applied to any group of civilized people today, you can shorten it though to one sentence. Do to your neighbor as you would like them do to you.
The Good Ole days, 1966 I got my license at 14 and legally drove my motorcycle everywhere including riding up Rt. 1 for BikeWeek. I just scanned and posted an Activity Award Plaque on my profile I recieved in 69, I was a junior in high school and elected sec./treas. of our club that had 50 or 60 members. We carved a "Scramble's Track" (when is the last time you heard that word? lol) out of the woods, had two races a month, sponsored lime runs and poker runs the weeks we didn't race and had bbq's after each event. We wore our color's too, light blue nylon windbreakers with "Sailfish City M.C." on the backs. None of us old or young had Black Leather, that was like putting a target on your back saying "Just Shoot Me, I'm Bad". I'll give one local example of many. 1972 a mile from my house a deputy's little brother, my age, was stabbed by a local "Biker", drug deal gone bad, and later died that night, two weeks later as that fella was standing next to his bike putting gas in it he was hit in the side of the head with a 30.06 hollow point, Sheriff's office called it a "Hunting Accident, Stray Bullet", month later that deputy resigned and moved away. The Deputy and his brother was in our club before and after he went to Viet Nam. It was different then folks, even Liberals had guns. If you Killed a Biker around here it was a low priority investigation and if it got hot you lost your job sometimes. I didn't sugar coat this reply like the last one, sorry. I felt it was an important message to relay so some youngin's can better understand what "Bikers" used to be and why maybe sometime when you walk into a little hick town restaurant in leather you might not feel so welcome if that should happen. Them Ole Boys are a minority now, I see them at BikeWeek at them little sidestreet bars, not on Mainstreet at the IronHorse, they don't care to sociallize with any modern day "Bikers"
You might remember clubs ...
yes the late 60's and 70's were drug filled--but society as a whole was drug filled--you didn't have to be a biker to get high!!!!!!!!!!!!! or to sell drugs or get into fights--society today is more violent
yes society has changed for the better--and in some ways for the worse
we were far right and swung far left--and have now found a balance of sorts--do all agree NO but we have the ability to speak our minds
women don't have to be donna reed anymore--they now have the option to make choices that affect them
women don't have to tolerate an abusing husband
men don't have to go thru life thinking themselves as a failure because their wife works
we don't accept all that the government says as truth and question them when things appear unjust--or just not right
our children have choices that some of us never had--and as adults most of us realize that we had to teach them to make their own choices and not to depend on someone else to make them for them
i think the biggest disservice to bikers was hollywood--the old biker movies put a large negative in the average americans mind
the so called yuppie biker has brought an awareness to those that share the road with bikers--because most people KNOW someone today that rides if they don't themselves and are more careful driving
the things you said devalues a lifestyle!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Blu, I always love and respect your posts.
N5ifi... honey puss? What the hell? You have no respect and obviously no idea what your talking about. As for the 60's comment about they all got high... tell that to our brothers and sisters who served and the people that lost loved ones. Usally if you breathe, you have a brain, try using it as more then a place to store your idiotic propaganda.