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    Quote Originally Posted by slowgsxr View Post
    You don't have glasses as back up?
    I do but they only allow me to see like 5 feet in front of me. They are really old. I need to save up and get a pair on my next prescription but I would have to pay to replace them every year.
    "If you have to sign a wavier, it is probably worth doing."

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    Wish I could've been there with y'all.
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    just got home, sorry i didnt stay for the whole ride.. hope mark's bike is ok.. although we all know its probably not

    matt.. you find your keys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx_02 View Post
    I need to save up and get a pair on my next prescription but I would have to pay to replace them every year.
    You can always just replace the lens and keep the frame, so you can save a few bucks on the frame. If the prescription did not change that much between current and next exam, you can probably keep wearing the same setup.
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    Anyone know a good attorney in Johnson Co?
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    Thanks to all who braved the cold to join us. Had a few guests, a newbie, and some blasts from the past. Big thanks go to BJ for leading and waiting on us slower folks, Bender for taking one for the team, and UHaul for having something available to tow the Duck that laid an egg.

    Been awhile since I ran an smr. I'm whooped!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jus10 View Post
    and UHaul for having something available to tow the Duck that laid an egg.
    Plano Ducati shop sucks balls. I thought everyone knew that?

    Wish I could have been on the ride.
    Michael
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jus10 View Post
    Big thanks go to BJ for leading and waiting on us slower folks
    It was a fun day. Good to see some old TSBAer's...even a sighting of DMPC TT !

    I must say, the cops sure have messed up the area for riding. We all had to be slow today. Way too many of them out generating revenue. What ever happened to fighting crime?

    The point was to remember LUN and get out for a ride. Mission accomplished.
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    Default Thanks forhelping lame duc

    So after 80 miles of fighting the front end that kept lifting up the oil pump said 25k is enuff. Hope there isnt a bunch of metal in the pan. The uhaul kind of sucked went to buy straps so i looked inside only to find no tie down areas in there. I paid an extra 10 to get the 14 footer since it had a ramp. So. I basically slabbed home in the uhaul and fot my land cruiser and trailer with the comfy condor chock and took it out there. I arrived around 6pm. The guy at the truck refueling station was still there and he kept everyones hands off her and helped me get it on the trailer. I tipped him 25 and he didnt want to take it. Turns out he builds custom choppers and man they are amazing (for that thpe bike). It takes another motorcycle person to always lend a hand speaking of which i had plenty of help to get squared away and thanks to all that helped. This club is more than people understand and this ride, the behavior of everyone, and the day was actually excellent Now to take the $1700 i just spent to repair the duc, add the $150 for the uhaul, the gas both ways to pick her up to the tune of $50. And see how much a blown engine is going to cost. WTH. I had to replace tje engine in the land cruiser at 330k miles and now it is the most reliable vehicle I own.

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    man what a bummer.. hope it all goes smoothly, my 45 dollar inhaler fell out of my jacket pocket earlier in the ride... the cold air really activates my asthma and i havin a hard time stayin focused...

    i did however enjoy watching justin swing his hips and shake his booty through the turns
    Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fureinku View Post
    i did however enjoy watching justin swing his hips and shake his booty through the turns


    Its like I told Bradon. Between Virge and Mikyl my man love is all tapped out.
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    Looks like a bunch of old *** men to me.
    Sorry I missed out. Didn't want to hurt my eye anymore than it already was. I stayed parked at the house all day. Lot of eye drops later and I think it is gone. I will be able to tell by the end of the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honda^3 View Post
    Anyone know a good attorney in Johnson Co?
    Call the court clerk and ask about your options. Tell her you live out of town. You might be able to ask for deferred adjudication through a written request.
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    There are the only 2 pics I took.



    Chris
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    Good time.. But I agree, you all look old, except Carl. Thanks for the great time!
    John W.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx_02 View Post
    Looks like a bunch of old *** men to me.
    Didn't anyone tell you it's really the Texas Senior Biker Assoc?
    Michael
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZedX View Post
    Didn't anyone tell you it's really the Texas Senior Biker Assoc?
    I figured that out on the first meeting. You should hear my sales pitch to get people to join.

    "Yeah everyone in the group is big on safety and are all really good riders. I am like one of the youngest ones in the group."

    Chris I need me TSBA cards to hand out. I am about out. Bring some to the BBQ meet.
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    It was good seeing everyone at breakfast.
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    Yeah looking at that sit down picture really shows me how much hair i've lost...... I just need to chop it all off..... I felt really old after the 2nd time i "lost" my key....
    Matt
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowgsxr View Post
    Yeah looking at that sit down picture really shows me how much hair i've lost...... I just need to chop it all off..... I felt really old after the 2nd time i "lost" my key....
    Next time we're putting that key on string so you can wear it around you neck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowgsxr View Post
    Yeah looking at that sit down picture really shows me how much hair i've lost...... I just need to chop it all off..... I felt really old after the 2nd time i "lost" my key....

    Just shave it man.... you will feel better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jus10 View Post
    Next time we're putting that key on string so you can wear it around you neck.


    Where did he find it? In his pocket?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CBar View Post


    Where did he find it? In his pocket?
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    Sorry I missed out, looks like ya'll had an awesome time. Perfect day to ride. I had family in town & got stuck indoors all day.
    Robert
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