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Old 11-07-2004, 09:45 AM   #21
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It's been working for Harley for years. The same rubes who think nascar is real racing think V-TWIN THUNDER(tm) equals mass horsepower

All you need is a plastic milk jug full of Miller Genuine Draft, with a picture of Dale Earnhardt shaking hands with Jesus on it, a rebel flag, and a Harley Bar and shield for $2.00 and the fans would fill the stands every sunday.
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Old 11-07-2004, 11:14 AM   #22
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the thing about that is, it's not so unlikely to see me riding the Guzzi some day soon...



but what are my chances of getting a leg over Monica?



nope, sorry... nothing wrong with dreaming but at the end of the day we have to live in the real world. I'll save my pennies for the Guzzi & continue to hit on the local 35ish-but-fit soccer moms. They may not be perfect but they're available weekday afternoons!
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Old 11-07-2004, 12:27 PM   #23
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Don't stop now. You were doing really well with the generalizations.



I've got more:



Everyone who attends or works at a university is a parasite and a druggie.



All blacks are too stupid to handle their own lives and thus need the govt to protect them.



All sportbike riders are mentally ill potential sucides.



Isn't this fun? Don't you feel better now?
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Old 11-07-2004, 12:30 PM   #24
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Or all you have to do is go to a University and put up a sign that says "Stop Womens' Sufferaging!" and you'll immediately get a crowd in support (The guys on "The Man Show" actually did this).
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Old 11-07-2004, 12:32 PM   #25
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I think that you should run for President. That's one of the smartest things I've ever seen on this site.



'Course the standards are pretty low.....
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Old 11-07-2004, 12:44 PM   #26
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In the US (now called Jesusland..



LOL!! you're still a jackass but that is funny.
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Old 11-07-2004, 02:24 PM   #27
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Old 11-07-2004, 03:25 PM   #28
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Hmm, let's see.



I'm not opposed to gay marriage. I'm not religious. I do generally approve of our current foriegn policy. I do live in the great Soviet Socialist Republic of New York. I do believe that we have far too many wasteful layers of government. I do believe that we have too many laws designed to "save us from ourselves." I'm pro-choice. But on the other hand, I'm totally opposed to late-term abortions. I do not think John Kerry is the anti-christ. I do not think George W. Bush is the anti-christ. I do not believe John Kerry would have solved all of our problems with the wave of his hand. I do not think George W. Bush will solve all of our problems with the wave of his hand. Given the choice, I supported George W. Bush. I don't believe that anyone should have any spiritual agenda forced down their throats. I do believe that our morals are crumbling.



So I must conclude that I'm a wishy-washy, selfish, idiotic theocrat who obviously doesn't give a hoot about anyone else and can do nothing but negatively affect society.



I'm confused.





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Old 11-07-2004, 03:44 PM   #29
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IÂ’m an Existential Surrealist; IÂ’m willing to take responsibility, but IÂ’m not certain that I exist (just came up with that one, sorta like it).



Personally:



Anyone who wants to be President should be automatically disqualified, from running.



Anyone who has to dragged kicking and screaming up the CapitalÂ’s steps, then have gun held to their head, before taking the oath, gets my vote.

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Old 11-07-2004, 04:57 PM   #30
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I get your point. And yes they are generalizations. But I was just using them to illustrate a point myself, that it's not that big of a deal what one individual on a board thinks or opines. I do more or less agree with my generalizations because I've formed them from experience and much thought. But Seruzawa, I have also learned better. I know I should not judge by generalization, and I try not to, but it is difficult when the majority of the described people that I have encountered fit into those generalizations. What am I to do? Ignore my life's experiences?
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