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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-21-2006, 08:28 AM Thread Starter
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I was goofing around on a sign website and made this, thinking of a sticker or Tshirt.
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-21-2006, 08:40 AM
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FUNNY!!!

Ok, so I camped in front of you through T5 & T6... but hey... I can still outrun you everywhere else at MAM... LOL!! (front was toast)

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Can you say ghey boys and girls ... sure ... I knew you could.
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post #4 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-21-2006, 09:24 AM
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That gay lightweight is pretty damn fast on the track... he just got bumped to "I" on an RS250, that is RAILING!

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Just need to adda not sign to this......




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isn't it typically middle and heavy weights that camp in the corners?

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Yep, that'd be the point, wouldn't it?
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yes, heavy weights for the most part. And that is what Dave wants, NO CAMPERS in front of him... although the sign needs clarification...

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Thanks wink.. Just funnin around. It's the best I could come up with at the time. Maybe a few drinks this weekend will get the creative juices flowing.

re MAM I was laughing in my helmet watching you paint a long black streak out of 4.

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I lit it up coming out of 4?! I had no clue, that GSX-R1000 has definitely got some meat.

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Lookin' good Chris, that'd do it.

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oh, this one is nice too.
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Very nice, but make that outside. I'm still (cough/ barely ) in I you know LOL

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I don't care what you do at BHF, JUST DON"T CRASH!!!!!

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Its ghey, due to the all of the whining from the average track day participant about people parking it in the corners. I do not do a ton of track days a year, but am pretty tired of this type of talk. In addition to renting out your own track, hot pitting, lining up different or clever passing can aleviate this potential dilemma.
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That gay lightweight is pretty damn fast on the track... he just got bumped to "I" on an RS250, that is RAILING!
Dave is in I now??!!?! hahahahha now i really can't wait for BHF

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its all for laughs brian.

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its all for laughs brian.
F*ck the laughs ... I am cranky!
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rub one out and take a nap, it does wonders.

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Funny, I was gonna say, guess I know what he is missing. I am in a GREAT mood!

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