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Old 11-06-2017, 06:47 PM   #21
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Bill, take jet out for dinner. don't be a .
Come pick me up on the goldwing...we could do tandem wheelies.
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Old 11-07-2017, 09:49 AM   #22
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Come pick me up on the goldwing...we could do tandem wheelies.
lol. Hope you don't complain as much as my wife does. I popped maybe 5 at the galveston rally and she complained that it hurt her neck the rest of the night when we got home.
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Old 11-07-2017, 10:38 AM   #23
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Old 11-07-2017, 10:55 AM   #24
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lol. Hope you don't complain as much as my wife does. I popped maybe 5 at the galveston rally and she complained that it hurt her neck the rest of the night when we got home.
What a !

Did you at least take Jet on a date errr dinner last night?
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What a !

Did you at least take Jet on a date errr dinner last night?
First, i don't take guys out on dates...period. We can have some beer and food but it's not a date. Besides why would jet want to go out to eat with me anyway pretty sure he doesn't like me.
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Besides why would jet want to go out to eat with me anyway pretty sure he doesn't like me.
So he stood you up? What a tease...

Yea, he is waaaaay to young for as cranky as he is.
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First, i don't take guys out on dates...period. We can have some beer and food but it's not a date. Besides why would jet want to go out to eat with me anyway pretty sure he doesn't like me.
You're alright Bill, I just like messing with you on the internet. I didn't get any free time yesterday, hoping to get this job wrapped up so I can head home before Houston rush hour traffic.
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I did see someone hit one at MSRH running CCW. He clipped it just before diamonds edge and sent the turtle flying. It really looked like Mario Kart out there.
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You're alright Bill, I just like messing with you on the internet. I didn't get any free time yesterday, hoping to get this job wrapped up so I can head home before Houston rush hour traffic.
Cool. I was just making sure. Pretty sure I wouldn't break bread with shitzu. Next time your back in town post up and we can get a beer or two or three or 4 (well you get the idea.

oh did you try RocknRoll sushi?
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Where's DanteLee with his "I like turtles..." ???
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I once ran over the leg of a homeless man. Homeless people's legs have a consistency similar to that of a turtle. I kept it on two wheels and the homeless person was uninjured.
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I hit a turtle with a trimmer once. It walked/ran away so it didn't die instantly but I fear I hit soft tissue. If the Cosmic Turtle theology is true I want to ask for forgiveness from the turtle overloads and express remorse.
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Turtles and snakes crossing the track headed towards the pond in the infield at the track in Hallett, Oklahoma is a common occurrence. Luckily, I never hit one at race track speed or witnessed anybody running one over. It's a good question. Seems like it could easily upset the bike enough to cause a crash, especially at speed.
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Was going just a little over the speed limit : ) and behind someone.. Didn't see the turtle till maybe 15 yards away.. Didnt try to swerve because hitting it while swerving would be a mistake.. Ran strait over it and just got a bunch of turtle guts all over the bike.. Otherwise no big deal.. Kinda smelled bad..
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