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Old 03-24-2020, 12:10 AM   #1
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Howdy y'all,

I moved from San Francisco to Houston last December ('19). I was riding a Yamaha Bolt R-Spec over there and bought a Yamaha XSR900 when I got here. Much more my style now. I typically ride solo but am open to starting to join groups. Biggest group ride I did was 400+ people for the DGR last year. It was wild.

I also recently quit my job as a Director of Business Operations to pursue Life Coaching and other things that align with helping people be happier. I'm exploring writing, vlogging, and I hope to get into podcast. I'm most passionate about helping people realize happiness in their life. Other than that I'm not much for small talk so don't be offended if I don't engage in the little discussions about sports or other shallow (not to be offensive) topics. I'm just a weirdo!
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Old 03-24-2020, 07:17 AM   #2
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So life coaching can only involve heavy, philosophical topics, good to know!

Welcome to the board that XSR900 is a great multitool!
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Old 03-24-2020, 08:30 AM   #3
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Howdy y'all,

I moved from San Francisco to Houston last December ('19). I was riding a Yamaha Bolt R-Spec over there and bought a Yamaha XSR900 when I got here. Much more my style now. I typically ride solo but am open to starting to join groups. Biggest group ride I did was 400+ people for the DGR last year. It was wild.

I also recently quit my job as a Director of Business Operations to pursue Life Coaching and other things that align with helping people be happier. I'm exploring writing, vlogging, and I hope to get into podcast. I'm most passionate about helping people realize happiness in their life. Other than that I'm not much for small talk so don't be offended if I don't engage in the little discussions about sports or other shallow (not to be offensive) topics. I'm just a weirdo!
Fu*k The Golden State Warriors. Hope you left your gear in SF.


and welcome to Houston!
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Old 03-24-2020, 04:31 PM   #4
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Sports? What's a sport? Is that the thing where people pretend to have a connection to a random bunch of guys from a random bunch of places who are paid a random bunch of money to do something by a random bunch of rules to make it competitive so that they can feel they're a part of something rather and pretend that gives them a personality/hobby?

Well, welcome to Texas. Compared to San Francisco, you're gonna get a little hot. What part of the insanity were you in over there?
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