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Old 05-31-2008, 09:36 PM   #11
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Oh yeah, saw a 1098 for the first time in the flesh at a gas station tonight. I was checking it out and the guy told me to get away from it. I nearly kicked it over. Ass.
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Old 06-01-2008, 04:50 AM   #12
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I was out riding all day yesterday, but Moab sounds better. Then last night I caught the AMA race and watched Mladin fall flat on his ass. Good day all the way around.
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Old 06-01-2008, 06:38 AM   #13
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Oh yeah, saw a 1098 for the first time in the flesh at a gas station tonight. I was checking it out and the guy told me to get away from it. I nearly kicked it over. Ass.

there's one in every crowd. Don't see too many Ducati's here, mostly cruisers then GSXR-R1-CBR's and Ninja's
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Old 06-01-2008, 09:41 AM   #14
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He, he, he.... Vernon Mile yesterday. And today. Long rain delay race lasted 31 May to 1 June. I have no idea where the yellow feathers on my helmet came from. Now to get 3 presentations done by 5 am tomorrow. Oh silly me.
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Old 06-01-2008, 04:24 PM   #15
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Jetboated the Colorado River today. Then found a superbytchen 60 mile tecnical road through the La-Sal mountains. Followed by a visit to the winery for some, er, tasting. It's to the restaraunt for some real Mexican food and cervezas now. (Note: you don't have real Mexican food in Chicago or Seattle or Pennsylvania so you poor saps don't know what you're missing. Never even heard of an Anaheim pepper have ya'?) Tomorrow it's another 350 miles to my place in the ********** mountains.

Have a good time at work tomorrow suckas!
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Old 06-01-2008, 04:36 PM   #16
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Bullfeathers. Believe it or not, Seattle has more than a few good Mexican restaurants. And if you think an "Anaheim pepper" makes something Mexican, you're deluded.

Of course, I don't need to defend the Mexican food here in San Diego, which is merely a suburb of Tijuana.
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...looking at my ragged copy of "Elephant Mountain" right now...that was one great song. Like how it started out all nice and peacefull, then goes off the edge at the end of the tune.

A newer tune that does the same this is a song from a band called "Hammerbox" named when two is three. Check it ou...
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Old 06-02-2008, 04:44 AM   #18
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Yeah, we have fake Mexicans here in Chicago. As soon as they got here, they forgot how to cook!
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Jetboated the Colorado River today. Then found a superbytchen 60 mile tecnical road through the La-Sal mountains. Followed by a visit to the winery for some, er, tasting. It's to the restaraunt for some real Mexican food and cervezas now. (Note: you don't have real Mexican food in Chicago or Seattle or Pennsylvania so you poor saps don't know what you're missing. Never even heard of an Anaheim pepper have ya'?) Tomorrow it's another 350 miles to my place in the ********** mountains.

Have a good time at work tomorrow suckas!
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It's usually an hour wait to get in which mean you are forced to hang out at their outside margarita bar.

And what mountains are you visiting that the entire word was censored? T!tf*ck Moutnains?
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[quote=sachiwilson;186212]Bullfeathers. Believe it or not, Seattle has more than a few good Mexican restaurants. And if you think an "Anaheim pepper" makes something Mexican, you're deluded.

Of course, I don't need to defend the Mexican food here in San Diego, which is merely a suburb of Tijuana. ;/QUOTE]


Maya's on Rainier Ave. and Moctezumas on So. 55th in Tacoma are both excellent. The people that started the industry here all came from some village in Jalisco, there was an interesting artical in the Tacoma paper awhile back, real rags to riches story..
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