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Old 06-15-2001, 05:19 AM   #11
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Default Re: Never say never

On any Sunday?

Time Rider?

Sidewinder One? (Ok, that stank.)



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Old 06-15-2001, 05:22 AM   #12
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Default Stupidity

A remake of Rollerball is supposed to be an end to stupidity? Rollerball was a monument to stupidity. Of course, I'm pretty sure that minime knows that, and is having a chuckle at his clever headline.


The best non- film involving motorcycles in the plot was The Privateer. It can still be purchased on VHS, or possibly found at larger video rental stores. It's a fun movie following a young American who realizes his dream of becoming a professional road racer. Absolutely worth checking out.
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Old 06-15-2001, 06:25 AM   #13
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The post left out the word "" and printed only "(that wasn't a .)"



On any Sunday was what i was thinking too. You want ? Crusty kills On any Sunday for that!



Time Rider? Damn, forgot that one.

Sidewinder One? Missed it, I'll be watching for it tho.

Ever seen Silver Dream Racer? Too funny!
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Old 06-15-2001, 06:27 AM   #14
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The post left out the word "" and printed only "(that wasn't a .)"



On any Sunday was what i was thinking too. You want ? Crusty kills On any Sunday for that!



Time Rider? Damn, forgot that one.

Sidewinder One? Missed it, I'll be watching for it tho.

Ever seen Silver Dream Racer? Too funny!
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Old 06-15-2001, 06:34 AM   #15
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ok, god d^&* it, why can't I get the word doc*u*men*tary* to show up? sorry for all the redundant bs posts but I didn't know it was on the filter list. what the f*#%?



Please feel free to insert doc*u*ment*ary anywhere you want.
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Old 06-15-2001, 07:04 AM   #16
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Default Re: No disrespect to Steve McQueen......

i dunno how dumb i was doing this but i took my tl1000s off road. went down locking up my front brakes when i barely even tapped them. i SWEAR i hardly tapped them. rear end on that thing was all over the place. no more tl on dirt roads... screw dat. hard to pick up.
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Old 06-15-2001, 07:07 AM   #17
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The movie 'Fled" with Stephen Baldwin and Laurence Fishburne had some pretty good scenes zipping around on Ducatis.
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Old 06-15-2001, 07:18 AM   #18
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Default Re: No More Movie Stupidity



Jackie Chan did some cool stuff on a YZ250 (I think) in Rumble in the Bronx.



The thing that really kills me is whena supersport-mounted rider can't shake some guy in a Buick. Puhleese.



Hollywood is filled with very stupid people. Motorcycling is very exciting and if you have a brain and some directing talent, it should be very easy to make a totally realistic moto segment that has even non-moto people on the edge of their seats. But then, Hollywierd thinks that Pearl Harbor was too boring of an event to exist without an extra cheese coating.
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Old 06-15-2001, 07:48 AM   #19
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Default Re: No More Movie Stupidity

That's a great commercial, I had to see it 2-3 times before I could remember what it was for. All I could remember was that Duc screaming through traffic, lane splitting, doing cool things. And Kobe getting off. Uh, now what were they selling, Ducatis, no, NBA, no, oh yeah shoes, but what kind?



Never really noticed the sound aspect of it. But that's typical of all TV. Ever watch a movie (especially the old ones, like Bullit) during a chase scene the cars always sound like they're revving the engines, going through the gears, making it sound really neat. Problem is, the car would only make those sounds some time, not constantly through a 5-10 minute chase scene. But hey, that's what makes it sound good, and adds excitement.
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Old 06-15-2001, 08:07 AM   #20
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You can't get that word to show up because of some of the stupid filters they have in place for this forum. The word c-u-m, is stopped, just like the f-u-c-* (sorry its the F word, mommy said not to use it in public) you used.



The filters are just too broad, taking a certain string of letters within words, so any word that has that c-u-m is going to be filtered.



I agree we should try to avoid using profanity, but words like c-u-m-u-lative are not.



You should be able to use the Preview button to see what it will filter. Well you should but evidently it doesn't do the filtering until after that, so we really have no idea what's going to be filtered.



Hackfu, any chance of changing that so people can test what they type for filtering?
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