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Old 06-20-2005, 09:10 AM   #41
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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DUDE,* you cant get upset at things said on here unless you're in a heated convo like Shaik and Stephen were,, its just a bunch of talking here, no big deal..
I was never heated. :laughing6: I met Alex Saturday.
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Old 06-20-2005, 09:23 AM   #42
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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DUDE,* you cant get upset at things said on here unless you're in a heated convo like Shaik and Stephen were,, its just a bunch of talking here, no big deal..
I was never heated.* * *:laughing6:* I met Alex Saturday.
the convo was a bit heated tho...


what did you think about alex,, he's pretty nice huh?
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the convo was a bit heated tho...


what did you think about alex,, he's pretty nice huh?

Anybody usually is when not behind a keyboard. Everyone from the meet was cool.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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the convo was a bit heated tho...


what did you think about alex,, he's pretty nice huh?

Anybody usually is when not behind a keyboard.* Everyone from the meet was cool.
except me,,

i had to work at home,, stuck in the attic on sat. and sun. fixin up on my A.C. couldnt make it.
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except me,,
Except you, what?

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i had to work at home,, stuck in the attic on sat. and sun. fixin up on my A.C. couldnt make it.

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except me,,
Except you, what?

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i had to work at home,, stuck in the attic on sat. and sun. fixin up on my A.C.* couldnt make it.
when not behind the keyboard...

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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

OMG! i cant wait for the two fo you to meet. im so excited for the two of you!

kind of like "slepless in seattle"
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Old 06-20-2005, 12:21 PM   #48
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

em all...


im really a nice quiet type of guy...
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OMG! i cant wait for the two fo you to meet. im so excited for the two of you!

kind of like "slepless in seattle"*
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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sorry this not being work related i don't run spell check. I definately wasn't talking . if that's what you got out of it (or maybe got out of it) it was because you wanted to get that out of it. Like it said at the end of my post that was my 2 cents. to me street riding is chilling out cruising and chatting up your mates at the local stop. IMO it's not about trying to go fast and push your bike and yourself.
It sounded like you were trying to tell me that I wasn't even good enough to hang with the posers. Sorry if I jumped the gun, but everyone has been so unbelievable nice since I made this thread it was hard to tell...........
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Old 06-20-2005, 09:31 PM   #51
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sorry this not being work related i don't run spell check.* I definately wasn't talking . if that's what you got out of it (or maybe got out of it) it was because you wanted to get that out of it.* Like it said at the end of my post that was my 2 cents.* to me street riding is chilling out cruising and chatting up your mates at the local stop.* IMO it's not about trying to go fast and push your bike and yourself.*
It sounded like you were trying to tell me that I wasn't even good enough to hang with the posers.* Sorry if I jumped the gun, but everyone has been so unbelievable nice since I made this thread it was hard to tell...........
sorry but but noone here has to "be good enough" to hang with anyone. We're all human which makes noone here better than anyone else. this board is all about fun and bullshitting and a little jabbing thrown in don't take stuff so seriously. also keep things rubber side down.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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sorry but but noone here has to "be good enough" to hang with anyone. We're all human which makes noone here better than anyone else. this board is all about fun and bullshitting and a little jabbing thrown in don't take stuff so seriously. also keep things rubber side down.

I'd hoped it'd be all about riding......and I don't mean mobbing Westheimer with a tshirt and sun glasses on, and your helmet on the side of your bike. There has got to be SOME roads with some curves that you guys take. It sounds like I may have to resort to finding undeveloped neighborhoods out in the burbs to keep from going insane until I can afford some track days.
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There are a lot of nice roads just outside of Houston that a lot of us ride.
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sorry but but noone here has to "be good enough" to hang with anyone.* We're all human which makes noone here better than anyone else.* this board is all about fun and bullshitting and a little jabbing thrown in don't take stuff so seriously.* also keep things rubber side down.*

I'd hoped it'd be all about riding......and I don't mean mobbing Westheimer with a tshirt and sun glasses on, and your helmet on the side of your bike.* There has got to be SOME roads with some curves that you guys take.* It sounds like I may have to resort to finding undeveloped neighborhoods out in the burbs


watch out for the dirt on those roads.
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watch out for the dirt on those roads.
Gotta go to the rich neighborhoods where the residents pay for street sweeping even where there's no houses!
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There are a lot of nice roads just outside of Houston that a lot of us ride.
Where are they so I can go check them out? If you don't feel like discussing this here in case the po's are listening, PM me please.
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There are a lot of nice roads just outside of Houston that a lot of us ride.
Where are they so I can go check them out?* If you don't feel like discussing this here in case the po's are listening, PM me please.

Hmm .... sounds fishy to me, or should I say "sounds porky to me" :eh:
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

I'VE BEEN READING THIS POST AND I THINK ITS CLEAR TO SAY THAT THE NATIVES ARE GETTING RESTLESS.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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There are a lot of nice roads just outside of Houston that a lot of us ride.
Where are they so I can go check them out? If you don't feel like discussing this here in case the po's are listening, PM me please.
I'm posting a big map in JPG format in "pics" section, That will help you get started.
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