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Old 06-21-2005, 08:58 PM   #61
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

blah blah. You all think I'm a cop. Do you honestly think if I was a cop I'd bother picking a name that SAYS I'm a cop? Check out my webpage http://kickblake.info to see WHY I'm po-po 5.0, and to check out a few pics of the bike too.
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Old 06-22-2005, 06:51 AM   #62
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

what kind of helmet is that you got there..
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Old 06-22-2005, 07:08 AM   #63
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

The brand is MDS "made by AGV" according the box. I bought it from Dennis Kirk's clearance section for cheap. The make the same helmet in blue/black, and I think I'm going to buy one as well to match the bike.
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Old 06-22-2005, 07:30 AM   #64
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by teh wya teher is a sutdy frmo an uvineristy prvoign thta no mahter hwo teh lettres aer arrangde, yuor brian wlli udnerstnda teh mssessega.


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Ive seen this before its sick how you can read the text. I think it works as long as the first and the last letter in the word(wrod) are in the correct place as you would normally read them.
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, you're right, i read it with very little trouble at all.,. thats cool
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Nice bike! What part of town are u in?
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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Nice bike! What part of town are u in?
Galleria
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Old 06-22-2005, 11:46 PM   #69
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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cool... which substation?...
I sleep on my bike in the parking garage.......
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Old 06-23-2005, 07:45 AM   #71
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Thats cool...I'm in the Heights area so I'm real close. PM me and we can ride.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

straight
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Old 06-25-2005, 10:22 AM   #75
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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skippy. I thought you were all dumb for all the responses about me hurting myself.
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for the record, I didnt say anything of the sort.
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your dumb for getting caught talking BS about houston. no rides for you
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

I side nothing bad about Houston. Just the member's of this forum who decided to "give me advice."








About no rides for me: I'm not going to cry over not getting to ride up and down westheimer gearless like an asshat.
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nobody rides up and down westheimer gear less, we just meet there. we hit the twisties/curves on sundays like we are tomorrow. cry about that.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

What are you talking about!? I live on Westheimer! I see asshats all the time out with a beater, shorts, and their helmet hanging off the side.
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