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Old 07-20-2005, 11:22 AM   #41
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Teddy been making an ass of himself on the boob tube again showing mock outrage at the Republicrats. Situation Normal!
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Old 07-20-2005, 11:43 AM   #42
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Thus the 1% patch
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Old 07-20-2005, 12:15 PM   #43
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Some of you really got your panties in a wad over this one. Live the way you want and allow them the same. Their values are not the same as yours, if you have a problem with them go the KC and straighten it out. If they bother you at your house or your town, staighten it out. If you have never or will never see them, why *****?



Those damn Chinamen in Xi'an are eatin dogs and not taking care of their families, let's go kick their ass those bastards.
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Old 07-20-2005, 12:42 PM   #44
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Think I'll sit this one (argument) out. longride is right about the Kennedy's money making business and Jefferson being hypocritical being a slave owner. On the otherhand the American revolution was more an evolution away from the monarchy then a revolution. I guess if you were white and a land owner it was a revolution.
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Old 07-20-2005, 12:50 PM   #45
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Leaders? We don't need no stinkin' leaders!



In all honesty, I have no issues with rebellious or unconventional groups in the USA... But the rough and tough biker lifestyle isn't all that rebellious anymore. The more extreme the bikers get in their "biker" look, the more it comes off being a caricature of a biker caricature; the circle is now completing itself and they're all starting to appear more like the abhorrence they claim to despise... Mainstream. If you want to really be different, get a surf green vintage Vespa (with white wall tires and a Polini kit as you still have to announce your arrival) and ride around while adorning a pink tutu... And if you then manage to become a bonifide member of a reputable motorcycle gang while sporting such a look, in my eyes it will actually give credibility to your claim of having the biggest set of brass balls.



True story: At the Family Express along an exit of I80, I was getting a coffee and a pack of smokes (because at one point, I too thought the look made me a badass... But I was 13)... A reknown motorcycle gang stopped in to fill up. I was waiting in line to complete my purchase and as the person in front of me completed their transaction, a member cut in front of me to cash out. The cashier proceeded to ring him up like this was normal procedure, and I was left there staring at the logo on the back of his jacket and started to get a little agitated... Being one that would rather fall asleep with a broken nose and shattered ribs than to lie awake pondering this event, I calmly and hypothetically retorted, "I guess in hell they don't have lines... Sounds more like heaven to me." A look of dread came over the cashier but the badass biker actually got a kick out of it and chuckled. I too laughed, though mine was nervous laughter, and after he completed his business I completed mine and went back to work from my lunch break without getting my legs broke... Albeit, he did get away with cutting in front of the entire line of customers... I guess we all went away happy.
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Old 07-20-2005, 01:57 PM   #46
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Although I can't agree with every word, I think you hit the nail pretty much on the head Gabe. I grew up in a town with two 1% clubs, and my dealings with them were many. I could tell some stories, but let's just say they have a different lifestyle than the rest of us.
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Old 07-20-2005, 02:15 PM   #47
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Yes, we'll start the 99%ers club and instill terror by being a day late on our water bills. Yeah, stick it to the Man!
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Old 07-20-2005, 02:48 PM   #48
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Tiny: Which one of you maggots cashed in all the f*cking pop bottles I was saving...!?!



Shifty: F*ck you d*ck head, where's my rolling stones album you borrowed?!? And my f*cking buck knife?



Monk: F*ck you both, I cashed in your f*cking pop bottles for beer money and I gave your album to Big Jake for shooting his cooler with a shotgun last run, and sinking it in the lake, remember as*hole?



Tiny: F*ck you.



Shifty: Yeah.



Monk: zzzzzzzz



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Old 07-20-2005, 03:06 PM   #49
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ahh... that story makes me laugh.
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Old 07-20-2005, 03:40 PM   #50
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What he means is this: Jefferson and the rest of the guys committed many illegal acts (treason, sedition, tax evasion, ets.) against the Crown so they could live life the way they wanted to.



You really need to keep the hyperbole in check. I consider myself a "progressive", yet I don't want "authoritarian govt control of everything". That's just crazy talk.
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