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Old 12-25-01, 06:18 PM   #1
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to be fare to all of you monks !

i have some thing to say .




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theres a story behind why i use that word so much but i dont have the time to tell it . see YA !!








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Old 12-25-01, 06:33 PM   #2
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its because monks are nice and don't care if you ride at their monk schools.
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Old 12-25-01, 06:44 PM   #3
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I spent a lot of time with a few Buddhist monks in Bangkok, Thailand. I have to say, I have the utmost respect for those guys. They were amazingly kind, well respected, and overall had great karma.

For some reason, I donít dare ask what your story is
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I spent a lot of time with a few Buddhist monks in Bangkok, Thailand. I have to say, I have the utmost respect for those guys. They were amazingly kind, well respected, and overall had great karma.

For some reason, I donít dare ask what your story is

its not nothing that bad .

there is this monk school that is near downtown orlando florida where i ride a lot because it has good stuff to ride . bank to sub , wall rides , ledges everywhere , stuff like that . they just let me and my friends ride there and dont mind . its pretty cool . see if you dont attact me im pretty cival (SP) . so yeah monks are pretty cool and i also respect them for being cool and letting me and my friends ride there monk school .



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he has told me b4. he street rides at some monk school, and said they see him, but don't call the cops or get mad or anything.
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