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Everything posted by DFINITLYDISTRUBD

  1. What he said....if you leave religious beliefs out of the equation that's life in a nutshell...The only things he left out were REPEAT until you die, provide a host for countless organisms, and then become food for countless other organisms after you die.
  2. Four of the best rock bassist of modern times...Geddy, Cliff, Lemmy and Les. Up next I believe a little Squire....perhaps Roundabout....always fun to jam with.
  3. Relax, there is a point to all life, which absent of religion is easy to figure out and understand. You, like every other living entity are here to live long enough to reproduce as many times as possible, raise your offspring to sexual maturity, then die. That is the whole purposes of living... the point.
  4. https://play.spotify.com/track/10Z5byo050WuPKiwHjE1kN https://play.spotify.com/track/7mJlKWBm7caJLaCJTCsFDJ
  5. Casals - Bach's six suites for cello. 36 movements of musical bliss.
  6. into a vast expanse of nothing, which then filled with something, which came from nothing.
  7. ahahahahaaaaa! it's alive!!!
  8. Pink Floyd - Is There Anybody Out There......seem appropriate.
  9. Coldplay - Adventure of a Lifetime. Darn good tune to wake up to.
  10. Neil Young - Powderfinger...If I remember to... I'ma learn the bass parts tomorrow.
  11. Long may you run?....always seemed like a bike song.... V-twins are heart shaped.... David Allen Coe's Panheads forever isn't about crime or death...just his love for his machine.
  12. Pics of my zooky, I came pretty close to the TourGlide's good looks....I think. It's certainly more comfortable on long hauls and in foul weather than stock it also has tons more storage. On the negative side the drag created by the splash guards and fairing do lower top speed noticeably.
  13. Coldplay - Sky Full of Stars...annnnnnd my crappy bass playing. Eagles - Hotel California - more fun with the bass...almost feel sorry for my daughter, the dog, and the neighbors.....almost.
  14. Actually it's a 2004 liquid cooled Suzuki 805cc V-twin....they're not well known for longevity. Me too. Best vehicle I ever owned was a '77 VW campmobile. Folks used put them in trikes (something I really want to do)...and yes they've ended up in two wheelers too.
  15. 200k , miles on a motorcycle with a life expectancy of 30-50k average I must be doing something right...or the rebuild parts installed at 12k miles are far better than stock
  16. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. UP THE IRONS!!! https://youtu.be/t7zk4as9kzA
  17. So far a warm, dry and breezy November here in North East....good kite weather. No (unofficial) record attempts, just lazy amusement. Hows things in the northwest Mr. Turtle?
  18. In a perfect world passing a current events and how well do you know the candidates test as well as presenting proof of identity would be mandatory. I don't agree, I didn't elect the ***holes that are ****ing the country up therefore I am not to blame and therefore I am among those that are allowed to complain :P Besides thanks to the electoral college instead of citizens directly voting for candidates, who votes for whom means exactly jack**** anyway.....which I guess makes the whole photo ID issue extraneous anyway.
  19. Seriously...? (sorry....no idea where to start to begin to respond to this...address the delusion that the poorest are one specific color or any other shade except "white"..... or....?)
  20. Not to hijack the thread, but as a former smoker (of more than two decades at at least a pack a day) I'd like to address the above quotes. Unless you've been an addict it's likely that you'll never fully understand. I've gone years without a cigarette, BUT, I could be hooked again tomorrow with a single puff. It sucks much that I am not one of the lucky folk that dislike the smell of cigarette smoke....I can't stand the smell of smokers, their clothes, vehicles or their homes...but...the smell of a burning cigarette....pure heaven...sooo inviting. My wife is also a former smoker and suffer
  21. 1. Nope they seem to be the preferred language. But....statics can be used to prove anything and disprove it at the same time using the same data. When they sort out a method that doesn't allow the results to be steered to the ________'s personal opinion they're hoping to prove they'll probably have to call it something else to avoid the stigma of the word statistics. 2. That everyone who should be able to get help from Uncle Sam actually is able to get it is a myth. I and my current mrs represent the few that are essentially told to **** off when we ask for assistance. The first time they
  22. I had to replace mine several times..., you can even do it online....$9, fill out the form wait a week or so for it to come in the mail. Quite a bit easier and cheaper than for a copy of my original birth certificate hidden by sealed adoption birth certificate...BTW, Pa. (unlike Cali and most other forward thinking states) doesn't unseal anything without one hell of a fight....documents signed by both the adoptive parent and the most laughable bit the birth parents have to sign off as well...if they can even be be found from years old last known addresses and contact info. They couldn't fin
  23. And where exactly does it say they tried to get it, but were denied for any reason. How many of them actually have tried to get ID documentation? Show me specifically the statistics for those that have actually tried to obtain documentation but were unable too. Also show me the statistics for those that tried but were denied or were unable to come up with the fees once every four years to remain valid. Folks in the less than $25K a year group...Hey! that's me! They used 2000 data,hey, guess what I was supporting a wife and four kids on less than $10K back then ( and with no assistance fr
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