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Old 04-27-2009, 03:14 PM   #1
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Old 04-27-2009, 04:39 PM   #2
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Perhaps Paul, Sr. and Paulie could use this product to clean up their language enough that the bleeps don't make the show too bothersome to watch.
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Old 04-27-2009, 07:38 PM   #3
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I wonder how much $ Lab Clean will sink into the collapsed chopper market. So far I've seen ALL the local chopper shops close up. There's not a one to be found. Rolling Thunder is now a chicken restaurant.
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Old 04-28-2009, 05:25 AM   #4
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"the hit television show American Chopper."

Are there still penalties for false advertising claims?
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Old 04-28-2009, 05:35 AM   #5
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"the hit television show American Chopper."

Are there still penalties for false advertising claims?

You might think it's false advertising, but those dudes are still on TV and have more money than you and me could count in our lifetime. They caught lightning in a bottle, like it or not.
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Old 04-28-2009, 06:56 AM   #6
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You might think it's false advertising, but those dudes are still on TV and have more money than you and me could count in our lifetime. They caught lightning in a bottle, like it or not.
Well, good luck to 'em. I don't know how OCC's business is doing, but like I said the local chop shops are history, big and small.
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You might think it's false advertising, but those dudes are still on TV and have more money than you and me could count in our lifetime. They caught lightning in a bottle, like it or not.
Paul Sr. and Jr. visited Rossmeyer one day when I was working there. It was like a royal entourage; Bruce R. himself escorted them around. A couple years ago they opened a "dealership" at one of the local chopper shops. They did a grand opening party with Sr. and Jr. on stage. We arrived just as they were winding up, so I never got a chance to see their stage show. I wonder if they set up some prop doors on stage for Sr. to punch out or kick down. Jr. should get a rubber frying pan and brain Sr. with it; or rig a foam anvil to drop on his head.

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I met Sr. and Paulie at Sturgis a few years back. They were quite hospitable toward each other and were quite opposite how they are on TV.
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What I find funny is that American Chopper is almost universally hated by motorcyclists and universally loved by non-motorcyclists. You can't believe how many questions I have gotten about that show by people that don't ride.
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What I find funny is that American Chopper is almost universally hated by motorcyclists and universally loved by non-motorcyclists. You can't believe how many questions I have gotten about that show by people that don't ride.
And that stupid-ass "Bika' Boyze" movie did the same for sportbikes that OCC has done for Choppaz: I often have kids admire my bike, and ask questions - but it almost-never fails that one will ask where the "skidplates" on my boots are, "for that rad sparkle-thing when you're goin' down the freeway"..........

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