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sarnali 10-07-2004 05:53 PM

Re: Easy Ride For Autism with Peter Fonda
 
Peter Fonda, one more reason to stay off Harleys.

Dennis Hoppers Panhead was way cooler

Nplateau 10-07-2004 05:58 PM

Re: Easy Ride For Autism with Peter Fonda
 
Do it for the kids.

PoppySTS 10-07-2004 08:22 PM

Re: Easy Ride For Autism with Peter Fonda
 
GAY

pplassm 10-07-2004 09:27 PM

Re: Easy Ride For Autism with Peter Fonda
 
Why do these so-called "Bikers" feel they have to prove their worthiness to society by having endless charity "runs"? If you want to donate, by all means, do it, but I think it's disingenuous and a selfish to do these things.

ebass 10-07-2004 11:07 PM

Yeah!
 
...and while they're at it, they better quit that annoying habit of pulling over to try and help stranded motorcyclists too! What are they trying to do? Embarass people by giving them a ride or pegging them into town to get gas or parts!



If they were a "real biker" like pplassm, they'd just flip the bird, keep on riding, and maybe dump some veterans out of their wheelchairs and spit on schoolchildren when they get into town for kicks. That's what a "real biker" would do. Right pplasm?

naco_traficante 10-08-2004 01:58 AM

Re: Yeah!
 
My role models are the bikers from Mad Max: their enthusiasm made an impact on everyone they met, and they didn't need matching t-shirts. I'm not sure they even needed underwear.


blitz 10-08-2004 02:03 AM

Re: Easy Ride For Autism with Peter Fonda
 
Why are they riding "for" autism? Who's "for" autism? Seems to me that riding "against" or "to fight" autism would be a bit more worthy cause.

seruzawa 10-08-2004 03:00 AM

Re: Easy Ride For Autism with Peter Fonda
 
They're just showing support for the president!

seruzawa 10-08-2004 03:04 AM

Re: Yeah!
 
'Twas Jeremy Slate in "The Born Losers" that set the mold for proper biker behavior. These modern pansies just can't hack it.

sarnali 10-08-2004 03:10 AM

Re: Yeah!
 
Lee Marvin in the Wild Ones.

Brando had the cool Triumph and the town cutie, but Lee Marvin represents the real 1% FTW attitude.


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