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Old 08-18-09, 08:13 PM   #1
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Sturgis Calling

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

69th anniversay this year and I missed it again.

Anyone ever been?

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No Sturgis, but Daytona twice. Vats you vant to know other than get a harley.

Spent lots of money on leather and beer and am dam thankful there was a tooooo long of a line at the tat tent to go get a "Daytona '91" tat.

Man am I thankful. Think my beer ran out and that's why I left the line ...

Was a HUGE fun party with loud pipes for a week, and a parade - constant parade of some of the most gorgeous bikes.
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No Sturgis, but Daytona twice. Vats you vant to know other than get a harley.

Spent lots of money on leather and beer and am dam thankful there was a tooooo long of a line at the tat tent to go get a "Daytona '91" tat.

Man am I thankful. Think my beer ran out and that's why I left the line ...

Was a HUGE fun party with loud pipes for a week, and a parade - constant parade of some of the most gorgeous bikes.
ah, the women.

I'm having a difficult time finding Sturgis pictures without naked women.....
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ah, the women.

I'm having a difficult time finding Sturgis pictures without naked women.....
Believe me - the gurlies at Daytona were pretty free on baring boobies. I did not ... thought about wet t-shirt contest and THANKFULLY my beer musta ran out again and so declined.

WHEW.

I took lots of great pics of bikes and people - a sea of people at one bar, ride to another - bigger sea of people and lovely bikes.

Oh and more shops to buy stuff from. Expensive vacations let me tell ya!
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I took lots of great pics of bikes and people - a sea of people at one bar, ride to another - bigger sea of people and lovely bikes.
We have (or had) sorta the same thing at Myrtle Beach for years,...

Ok, since I cant find pics, you post your Daytona pics and save my thread

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hehe I have some most awesome pics - but since I was the photog - few of me. Only real memorable one was of me (had given the ex my camera to hold) emerging from a WELL USED porta-potty with a most nasty look on my face. hehe.

Remind me again and I'll hit my Mom's for photo albums so I can scan in some pics, especially of my old animals - including 10'1/2 boa.
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The only thing I know about Sturgis is that lots of old-looking biker chicks flash their scary boobs like an alternative Mardi Gras which I would not care to see. Or am I totally wrong?
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The only thing I know about Sturgis is that lots of old-looking biker chicks flash their scary boobs like an alternative Mardi Gras which I would not care to see. Or am I totally wrong?
sure, some of that, but from the pics I've seen, old looking biker chicks have to start somewhere....
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Never been there for the rally, but I've been through it. I had dinner at a nice road house and slept at their Best Western or Holiday Inn (or some chain hotel).
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sure, some of that, but from the pics I've seen, old looking biker chicks have to start somewhere....
Oh believe me there some wimmens there that fit the bill of "rode hard and put away wet". Some hardcore wimmens.

There was one woman (and of course I turned around quick and snapped a pic) who was dressed in a skin tight black body stocking thing - that was shredded from top to bottom - SO shredded her boobs kept falling out. She was asked to leave believe it or not. Another guy had a small scale on top of his helmet - with a sign of BOOBS WEIGHED on it. And he was getting takers. It was wild.
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Oh believe me there some wimmens there that fit the bill of "rode hard and put away wet". Some hardcore wimmens.

There was one woman (and of course I turned around quick and snapped a pic) who was dressed in a skin tight black body stocking thing - that was shredded from top to bottom - SO shredded her boobs kept falling out. She was asked to leave believe it or not. Another guy had a small scale on top of his helmet - with a sign of BOOBS WEIGHED on it. And he was getting takers. It was wild.
Dad said I could borrow his scale if I ever get to go,.....
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Dad said I could borrow his scale if I ever get to go,.....
Do you need a "handler" to help out?

I can be the b00b wrangler to get them up and on the scale!
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I can be the b00b wrangler to get them up and on the scale!
You and I are limited to observing from afar........
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I can be the b00b wrangler to get them up and on the scale!
You and I are limited to observing from afar........
good save there Airwick.
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Speak for yourself...I'm a "touchy feely" kinda guy!
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Speaking of, I never received my invitation to the Vegas wedding? I'm sure this was an oversight.


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good save there Airwick.
you win the lotto, do you buy us a motorcycle with a sidecar?

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sure, i'd get you one. and, E gets the sidecar.
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Speaking of, I never received my invitation to the Vegas wedding? I'm sure this was an oversight.
Do you have an Elvis costume?
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My dad rode out to Sturgis a couple of years ago, he said he would never go back. He said he got tired of walking his bike everywhere.
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My dad rode out to Sturgis a couple of years ago, he said he would never go back. He said he got tired of walking his bike everywhere.
Because streets are full? Interesting. I've always wondered if I would get beaten up for riding an Indian... (or loafers and blue socks)
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Because streets are full? Interesting. I've always wondered if I would get beaten up for riding an Indian... (or loafers and blue socks)
Yes, the streets were packed. He rode his Yamaha there, nobody there cares what anyone rides so I wouldn't worry too much for riding the Indian. Unless of course it's a real Indian and not a motorcycle. Then again that would probably be alright there too.
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No, could be used against me when I am President but you may inquire with wp.

I will also sing, "You Were Always On My Mind" as an added bonus.
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