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Old 03-01-2010, 09:47 AM   #1
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northside meet in Gtown....

so since were all like a family after we cruise from 1960 to nasa then gtown we should go somewhere to eat/drink/act a fool. since 100+ ppl is much harder to get into a place . im thinking 50 or so is much easier!!!


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how about we shot gun "the spot" if ur not on our list ur not welcome lol

saltgrass?

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Old 03-01-2010, 09:53 AM   #2
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Actually my plans are to eat beforehand and just sip a coke from the bar when we get there.

Myself and others are going to go kill the strand after the whole group gets to the seawall, done terrorizing the area/wheelies/burnouts etc, for icecream

I've learned unless your quick to get parked and get inside you can kiss any idea of food out the door since Galv. is limited in the direct vicinity after the hurricane.
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thats sounds cool im down.
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There's already gonna be a lot of ppl at the spot, if u want to do something mebbe kehma boardwalk or something
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I'll probably eat a good bit before hand, its what I did for the rally, works out better for the pocket too.
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There's already gonna be a lot of ppl at the spot, if u want to do something mebbe kehma boardwalk or something
oh so we can do something together on the boardwalk?
will you hold my hand on the roller coaster, I'm scared of heights D:
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Ouch teela.. ouch..
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lol bish slapped by the master.... I'd be scared of her if I were you



(im not, she's nothing but nice to me )
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(im not, she's nothing but nice to me )
Hardly scared of teela, she is generally nice to me.
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Ive seen her run people off the road.
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I'm down with teela idea....I will have my g/f and I would rather not stand and eat....ill make the cruise there then veer off and go eat some good food...not much on the spot.....I like saltgrass or joes or something...
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Or joes.....fun place and can be loud.....not 100% sure if I'm going now tho....depends on if I can get away from work long enough to get a new tire.....already have it off and in the back seat....
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I'm down with teela idea....I will have my g/f and I would rather not stand and eat....ill make the cruise there then veer off and go eat some good food...not much on the spot.....I like saltgrass or joes or something...
There's gonna be atleast 100 bikes at the spot, not counting other bikes from the area that are just drinking, can u imagine the line to order food? I'm the same.. I'll make the cruise but prolly not eat at the spot
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Me and Amanda will be there but were down with ur plan teela
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That is true they are really bad there and my inspection is out lol so maybe just the strand!
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Let's figure something out....ideas...
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