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Posted on Thu, Nov 24, 2005 03:05

speedyjerry write:
Now Wait just one cotton pickin minute here Ya'll, looks like everyone's a tryin to get rid of me overnight!.......
...................My girlfriend from two years ago said there's an "International Woman's Agreement" that says a man's got 1&1/2 years to marry, X # 2 say's 1 year and X # 4 say's there's NO Time Limit.............Normally I just thump-em over the head and drag em into my cave when I get an urge to marry sompin!.................................

Give it up will ya Jer.....You know you wouldn't have asked her if you were going to wait that long....LOL....Please....Go be happy!....You deserve it.....Haven't you been through enough?....GO...MO

  


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Posted on Wed, Nov 23, 2005 10:50

speedyjerry write:
Now Wait just one cotton pickin minute here Ya'll, looks like everyone's a tryin to get rid of me overnight!.......
...................My girlfriend from two years ago said there's an "International Woman's Agreement" that says a man's got 1&1/2 years to marry, X # 2 say's 1 year and X # 4 say's there's NO Time Limit.............Normally I just thump-em over the head and drag em into my cave when I get an urge to marry sompin!.................................


now Speedy--just because you get married doesn't mean we want you to leave!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! there is no correct amt of time--the heart dictates that!!!!!

  


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Posted on Tue, Nov 22, 2005 21:45

speedyjerry write:
Uh Oh! I couldn't find my high school ring so we could go steady so I bought one of them fancy rings, asked Miss Caryl to marry me last night and she said yes!......................Now W.T.F. do I do?

Now go and be Happy Jer!....God Bless.....Mo

  


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Posted on Mon, Nov 21, 2005 22:00

Congrats SJ. wish the 2 of ya much happyness



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Posted on Mon, Nov 21, 2005 19:15

speedyjerry write:
Uh Oh! I couldn't find my high school ring so we could go steady so I bought one of them fancy rings, asked Miss Caryl to marry me last night and she said yes!......................Now W.T.F. do I do?


Count on the three day cool off period on contracts?

COngrats.



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Posted on Mon, Nov 21, 2005 08:23

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Marry her ....



Ditto

Ditto X 2!!



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Posted on Mon, Nov 21, 2005 06:21

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Marry her ....


Ditto



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Posted on Sun, Nov 20, 2005 18:03

Marry her ....



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Posted on Sun, Nov 20, 2005 04:12

jerryw13 write:
Seeme, no, Ma'am, though SJs' comment is relevent. I did a round the edges tour, MT to Victoria,BC, to San Diego, to Disneyworld to Maine and back in June/July 89 on my 1000S, wouldn't say it was uncomfortable at all. 14k miles in 43 days, no passengers or full time riding buds. I did pick up a few short term comrades, all kinds of bikes. I think the comfort thing, besides being a matter of personal preference, is more a factor of the passengers' comfort, since they don't have as much going on to distract them from the status of their posterior. SJ, does Mustang make a big cushy saddle like mine for your BlackBird? hehehehe

Sounds like a good ride bro...did Cape Cod to Sturgis in 3 days..1942 miles..can't see myself doin' it on a sport bike no matter what shape my azz is in... and that dyna of mine will cruz the highway all day long and still let me walk to dinner afta...



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Posted on Fri, Nov 18, 2005 06:42

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Hey Doc, add another 100 lbs cause it's a Heritage Softail Springer. Though I still surprise a few squids when I show 'em my tailight through the twisties, they don't expect it from a bagger, but that's why my floorboards are now knife edge. I been thinkin' of going with the lowrider trick of magnesium and stuff for sparks at night. And SJ, it WILL get 115 when the air gets dense down around 40 F. lol



yes they will--been on a classic at those speeds (on the back)
so they will get out of the way when need be--the cruiser style bike is soooooo much more comfortable than the sport bikes


I reckon that depends on how big, I mean what shape your hiney is.


speedy--my butttttt was fine--it was uncomfortable for my knees


i rode all day a good 12 hrs on a cruiser without the same issues


Yes Dear, generally speaking most Sportbikes aren't passenger friendly, there's a few models like mine that are bigger and have a real rear seat on them.



unfortuanately--it wasn't the seat--i waitressed alot of years and my knees were the problem--the postion on most sportbikes is bent more--and this bod isn't 20 anymore--my right knee is the worst and had surgery on it about 6 weeks before--the brand doesn't matter to me--although my 1st bike is a harley--for me being in the wind is and always had been the important factor


P,

Sorry to hear about the knees and you are right. Most sport bikes are ridden with a more "English Saddle" position than "Western Saddle". A nice trade off is that there is far more intimate body contact riding that way in general. My Harley even has a rider's backrest that further seperates the rider from the passenger.


yes the western saddle--that is the way i correlate it also--i never rode english always western
and the closeness depends i think---being i've riden horses with or without a backrest i hold on with my thighs--accelerate/brake--squeeze

  


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Posted on Thu, Nov 17, 2005 12:31

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SJ, isn't that subject on another thread? Or are you bringing up a different angle that I'm too obtuse to recognize? lol


I'm having dense day too...
Jerry (Speedy) are you talking about when you brake hard and they slide forward?



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Posted on Thu, Nov 17, 2005 08:16

SJ, isn't that subject on another thread? Or are you bringing up a different angle that I'm too obtuse to recognize? lol

  


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Posted on Wed, Nov 16, 2005 21:22

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jerryw13 write:
Hey Doc, add another 100 lbs cause it's a Heritage Softail Springer. Though I still surprise a few squids when I show 'em my tailight through the twisties, they don't expect it from a bagger, but that's why my floorboards are now knife edge. I been thinkin' of going with the lowrider trick of magnesium and stuff for sparks at night. And SJ, it WILL get 115 when the air gets dense down around 40 F. lol



yes they will--been on a classic at those speeds (on the back)
so they will get out of the way when need be--the cruiser style bike is soooooo much more comfortable than the sport bikes


I reckon that depends on how big, I mean what shape your hiney is.


speedy--my butttttt was fine--it was uncomfortable for my knees


i rode all day a good 12 hrs on a cruiser without the same issues


Yes Dear, generally speaking most Sportbikes aren't passenger friendly, there's a few models like mine that are bigger and have a real rear seat on them.



unfortuanately--it wasn't the seat--i waitressed alot of years and my knees were the problem--the postion on most sportbikes is bent more--and this bod isn't 20 anymore--my right knee is the worst and had surgery on it about 6 weeks before--the brand doesn't matter to me--although my 1st bike is a harley--for me being in the wind is and always had been the important factor


P,

Sorry to hear about the knees and you are right. Most sport bikes are ridden with a more "English Saddle" position than "Western Saddle". A nice trade off is that there is far more intimate body contact riding that way in general. My Harley even has a rider's backrest that further seperates the rider from the passenger.

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Posted on Wed, Nov 16, 2005 07:23

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seeme1st write:
speedyjerry write:

seeme1st write:

jerryw13 write:
Hey Doc, add another 100 lbs cause it's a Heritage Softail Springer. Though I still surprise a few squids when I show 'em my tailight through the twisties, they don't expect it from a bagger, but that's why my floorboards are now knife edge. I been thinkin' of going with the lowrider trick of magnesium and stuff for sparks at night. And SJ, it WILL get 115 when the air gets dense down around 40 F. lol



yes they will--been on a classic at those speeds (on the back)
so they will get out of the way when need be--the cruiser style bike is soooooo much more comfortable than the sport bikes


I reckon that depends on how big, I mean what shape your hiney is.


speedy--my butttttt was fine--it was uncomfortable for my knees


i rode all day a good 12 hrs on a cruiser without the same issues


Yes Dear, generally speaking most Sportbikes aren't passenger friendly, there's a few models like mine that are bigger and have a real rear seat on them.


unfortuanately--it wasn't the seat--i waitressed alot of years and my knees were the problem--the postion on most sportbikes is bent more--and this bod isn't 20 anymore--my right knee is the worst and had surgery on it about 6 weeks before--the brand doesn't matter to me--although my 1st bike is a harley--for me being in the wind is and always had been the important factor



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Posted on Tue, Nov 15, 2005 11:27

speedyjerry write:

seeme1st write:

jerryw13 write:
Hey Doc, add another 100 lbs cause it's a Heritage Softail Springer. Though I still surprise a few squids when I show 'em my tailight through the twisties, they don't expect it from a bagger, but that's why my floorboards are now knife edge. I been thinkin' of going with the lowrider trick of magnesium and stuff for sparks at night. And SJ, it WILL get 115 when the air gets dense down around 40 F. lol



yes they will--been on a classic at those speeds (on the back)
so they will get out of the way when need be--the cruiser style bike is soooooo much more comfortable than the sport bikes


I reckon that depends on how big, I mean what shape your hiney is.


speedy--my butttttt was fine--it was uncomfortable for my knees


i rode all day a good 12 hrs on a cruiser without the same issues



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Posted on Tue, Nov 15, 2005 08:50

Seeme, no, Ma'am, though SJs' comment is relevent. I did a round the edges tour, MT to Victoria,BC, to San Diego, to Disneyworld to Maine and back in June/July 89 on my 1000S, wouldn't say it was uncomfortable at all. 14k miles in 43 days, no passengers or full time riding buds. I did pick up a few short term comrades, all kinds of bikes. I think the comfort thing, besides being a matter of personal preference, is more a factor of the passengers' comfort, since they don't have as much going on to distract them from the status of their posterior. SJ, does Mustang make a big cushy saddle like mine for your BlackBird? hehehehe



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Posted on Tue, Nov 15, 2005 06:19

jerryw13 write:
Hey Doc, add another 100 lbs cause it's a Heritage Softail Springer. Though I still surprise a few squids when I show 'em my tailight through the twisties, they don't expect it from a bagger, but that's why my floorboards are now knife edge. I been thinkin' of going with the lowrider trick of magnesium and stuff for sparks at night. And SJ, it WILL get 115 when the air gets dense down around 40 F. lol


yes they will--been on a classic at those speeds (on the back)
so they will get out of the way when need be--the cruiser style bike is soooooo much more comfortable than the sport bikes



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Posted on Mon, Nov 14, 2005 14:36

Hey Doc, add another 100 lbs cause it's a Heritage Softail Springer. Though I still surprise a few squids when I show 'em my tailight through the twisties, they don't expect it from a bagger, but that's why my floorboards are now knife edge. I been thinkin' of going with the lowrider trick of magnesium and stuff for sparks at night. And SJ, it WILL get 115 when the air gets dense down around 40 F. lol

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Posted on Mon, Nov 14, 2005 09:52

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Hi SJ, Jerry here, gotta go with Seeme, you have made what could be considered to be hateful statements here, and you have definitely been rude, and while I find it entertaining, I have to side with you that it should only be taken personally by those that have a guilty conscience, and should be ignored by the rest of us. To each his/her own, as we've both said before Bro, pick what you wanna keep and discard the rest.

By the way, I think the new seat was a good choice, and modifying your bike for her is a definite sign of serious intentions. Your GF is a looker, good on ya, and I started ridin' Harleys cause my GS1000S started gettin' me too many tickets. But I still got the S in the garage, 23 years old and still an honest 147mph, stock.


That's the one good thing about a Harley, you can wind that bich out all the way through town and still not get a ticket for speeding!.

Especially me on a Heritage Soft tail!!

SJ coulda run faster then it!!

  


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Posted on Sat, Nov 12, 2005 21:17

Hi SJ, Jerry here, gotta go with Seeme, you have made what could be considered to be hateful statements here, and you have definitely been rude, and while I find it entertaining, I have to side with you that it should only be taken personally by those that have a guilty conscience, and should be ignored by the rest of us. To each his/her own, as we've both said before Bro, pick what you wanna keep and discard the rest.

By the way, I think the new seat was a good choice, and modifying your bike for her is a definite sign of serious intentions. Your GF is a looker, good on ya, and I started ridin' Harleys cause my GS1000S started gettin' me too many tickets. But I still got the S in the garage, 23 years old and still an honest 147mph, stock.



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