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Old 12-21-2008, 07:04 PM   #11
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I used to think that near 20K out the door plus the requisite tuning add ons for a bike like this was very expensive.

Now I know better, after what happened to my 401K account this year. You see, a far better investment strategy for maximum gains and enjoyment would have been to go to cash in the account, buy a Night Train, lay in a supply of booze and date hot women looking for a sugar daddy to ride behind on a cool Harley in exchange for a "good time".

Such shallow pursuits would have been much wiser than staying in a diversified portfolio.

Ah, the wisdom of the Night Train. Pity I am slow on the uptake and caught on too late. At least I would have enjoyed blowing the money with the bike and the broads!
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Old 12-21-2008, 07:21 PM   #12
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Most of my money I've spent on bikes babes and booze.....the rest I just wasted.
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Old 12-21-2008, 10:35 PM   #13
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Hm, most of my money i spent on Magic cards... most of you will laugh at me, but the old ones value high enough for me to buy a bike if I sold them all....
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Old 12-22-2008, 06:29 PM   #14
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Following up on the success of the "Night Train," Harley has drawings and mock-ups for the new "Soul Train." Designated "FXST1BMF, the bike may be released as an early 2010 model, in time for Obama's inaguration. Insiders say that the bike features 28" gold and chrome spinner wheels, irridescent green paint, and a matching "Kill Whitey" chrome trim collection available at extra cost.
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Old 12-22-2008, 08:48 PM   #15
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Following up on the success of the "Night Train," Harley has drawings and mock-ups for the new "Soul Train." Designated "FXST1BMF, the bike may be released as an early 2010 model, in time for Obama's inaguration. Insiders say that the bike features 28" gold and chrome spinner wheels, irridescent green paint, and a matching "Kill Whitey" chrome trim collection available at extra cost.
Don't forget the headlight grille.
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Old 12-22-2008, 08:50 PM   #16
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Following up on the success of the "Night Train," Harley has drawings and mock-ups for the new "Soul Train." Designated "FXST1BMF, the bike may be released as an early 2010 model, in time for Obama's inaguration. Insiders say that the bike features 28" gold and chrome spinner wheels, irridescent green paint, and a matching "Kill Whitey" chrome trim collection available at extra cost.
No diamond-encrusted shift-levers?

No matching gold-plated Nine in case you gotta Bust a Cap in some F'ers Ass?
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Old 12-23-2008, 05:00 AM   #17
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I used to think that near 20K out the door plus the requisite tuning add ons for a bike like this was very expensive.

Now I know better, after what happened to my 401K account this year. You see, a far better investment strategy for maximum gains and enjoyment would have been to go to cash in the account, buy a Night Train, lay in a supply of booze and date hot women looking for a sugar daddy to ride behind on a cool Harley in exchange for a "good time".

Such shallow pursuits would have been much wiser than staying in a diversified portfolio.

Ah, the wisdom of the Night Train. Pity I am slow on the uptake and caught on too late. At least I would have enjoyed blowing the money with the bike and the broads!
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