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Old 10-08-2011, 06:02 PM   #21
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Old 10-08-2011, 06:35 PM   #22
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I got a PM from him about 2 weeks ago. Seems he has not given up.
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Old 10-08-2011, 06:55 PM   #23
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All this guy does is spam members to join his gang.

This is a copy of my conversation with him.

http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...2&postcount=67

This Moose9 should be banned.

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I really doubt that it's a 'gang.' (outlaw MC group).

Almost certainly is just a club. For some reason I highly doubt that 1%ers recruit via PM on Motohouston, lol.
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1% mini gang.......taking over a parking lot near you
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i got him to stop... .told him i didnt have a bike.. .he hasnt sent me anything again
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lol, when I was first getting into the bike scene many years ago I didn't know what the 1% patch was all about. I looked it up and as far as I got was understanding the literal meaning - derived from the AMA quote about 99% of motorcyclists being forthright, law abiding citizens - thereby allowing outlaw gangs to claim the other 1% for themselves.

I liked this idea and got a 1% sticker (not yet knowing or understanding fully that the 1% sign is akin to wearing an outlaw patch or colors). Didn't take long for someone to point out to me that flying the 1% insignia could be an invitation for trouble, lol.
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lol, when I was first getting into the bike scene many years ago I didn't know what the 1% patch was all about. I looked it up and as far as I got was understanding the literal meaning - derived from the AMA quote about 99% of motorcyclists being forthright, law abiding citizens - thereby allowing outlaw gangs to claim the other 1% for themselves.

I liked this idea and got a 1% sticker (not yet knowing or understanding fully that the 1% sign is akin to wearing an outlaw patch or colors). Didn't take long for someone to point out to me that flying the 1% insignia could be an invitation for trouble, lol.
Now that's funny.
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lol, when I was first getting into the bike scene many years ago I didn't know what the 1% patch was all about. I looked it up and as far as I got was understanding the literal meaning - derived from the AMA quote about 99% of motorcyclists being forthright, law abiding citizens - thereby allowing outlaw gangs to claim the other 1% for themselves.

I liked this idea and got a 1% sticker (not yet knowing or understanding fully that the 1% sign is akin to wearing an outlaw patch or colors). Didn't take long for someone to point out to me that flying the 1% insignia could be an invitation for trouble, lol.
Awesome!
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I liked this idea and got a 1% sticker (not yet knowing or understanding fully that the 1% sign is akin to wearing an outlaw patch or colors). Didn't take long for someone to point out to me that flying the 1% insignia could be an invitation for trouble, lol.
LOL moar if it was on a Ninja 250R or something. Some Bandido would roll alongside and go
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I got a PM from him about 2 weeks ago. Seems he has not given up.
I had to put moose9 on my ignore list, PMs
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How does "joining a club" have anything to do with "do something with your life". Accomplishments in life are fare more rewarding then a club vests and a group of juvenile adult men yearning for acceptance in a social group.

It must be a form of homosexual acceptance that I will never understand.

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Old 10-09-2011, 09:09 AM   #34
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Wow................ just wow................

For one how are you gonna call him a ? That man busts his everyday all day to put something together that he believes in. So what if hes persistent? Im pretty sure if you asked him to stop that he would. The RC group of which you speak of is still very "young" and needing members. But im also pretty sure that they dont need a bunch of trash talking drama queens to join. Quality over quantity right? At this point I am very sure he regrets inviting any of you out. So be a big boy, ignore the messages if you dont want them, and move the F*&% on.

Why has MotoHouston become such a little fest anyways? I used to love this forum and make every ride and meet we had? Now this is one of the MAIN reasons why I joined a club.
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Wow................ just wow................

For one how are you gonna call him a ? That man busts his everyday all day to put something together that he believes in. So what if hes persistent? Im pretty sure if you asked him to stop that he would. The RC group of which you speak of is still very "young" and needing members. But im also pretty sure that they dont need a bunch of trash talking drama queens to join. Quality over quantity right? At this point I am very sure he regrets inviting any of you out. So be a big boy, ignore the messages if you dont want them, and move the F*&% on.

Why has MotoHouston become such a little fest anyways? I used to love this forum and make every ride and meet we had? Now this is one of the MAIN reasons why I joined a club.
Why the is MH being used as a recruiting ground for this ? It detracts from the forum and the community. IMO, the who recruit from here should be banned.

And yes, I am vocal about it. If you don't like it, move on to the next thread.

I stand behind what I said about a bunch of juvenile grown men yearning for acceptance. If this you, I am sorry you are this way.

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Well gee lets think about this............ this is a LOCAL biker forum right? Where the majority of riders on here are metric bikes? Hmmmmm seems like a good place to look to me.
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Well gee lets think about this............ this is a LOCAL biker forum right? Where the majority of riders on here are metric bikes? Hmmmmm seems like a good place to look to me.
I can't figure out how he doesn't get it...
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Do you really need to insult another MH member to make your point? LOL. (Is funny how easy is to insult anyone behind the computer screen but you will never say it in person face to face!!!)

Just because you got a couple of PM's you feel spammed? I don't think there's nothing wrong with that!! I get more PM's from the local racing schools inviting me to their "track days" and it never bothers me, just ignore it and delete it.

MC's are not for everyone because you need to invest time, but the fraternity and brotherhood is well worth it. Some people get it others don't.
Several of our members are also ex-military. Back in the day MC's were created from people coming from the Service.

We are an all metric club, we're both sport and cruiser. We are sanctioned through the CoC (TX Confederation of Clubs) and were an AMA supporter. Were big into giving back to the community and charities, and we support local clubs as well. Were a good group of guys that get along well no bs or drama. Were like brothers. In the club every member has a say and a vote, really family oriented. We meet up every other sat. were on the NW&SE side of town and we have a couple other chapters in the works. Also if you have a woman she is welcome to anything we do, we also have family days about once a month from BBQ's to fishing trips. Website is in the works, all we have right now is FB page.
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