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    Bandaleros better watch out!




    http://www.breitbart.com/article.php...show_article=1

    DENVER (AP) - A federal warning to beware of campers in national forests who eat tortillas, drink Tecate beer and ride Turner bikes because they could be armed marijuana growers....

    Michael Skinner, a law enforcement officer with the U.S. Forest Service in Colorado, said warning signs of possible drug trafficking include "tortilla packaging, beer cans, Spam, Tuna, Tecate beer cans."

    Skinner said this may or may not represent criminal activity, but are indicators and he urged any campers who encounter long-term campers meeting the profile to "hike out quickly" and call police.

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    Thats just too freakin' funny. Talk about profiling!

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    LMAO...What about Bud Lite Lime, Clamoto and Jambalaya?

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    that is too funny....

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    You Bandaleros have fun this weekend dodging the authorities with your Tecate, tortillas and Turners..





    I'm driving over to Jackon, MS to ride this weekend... yeah Mississippi..
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    Were doing the Pajarito thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    Were doing the Pajarito thing.

    i think the total elevation change of the MS trail we're headed to is 10.

    10 feet.

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    haha we have some fair trails down here, not to say I don't wish I lived somewhere that doesn't have so many flat sections. Hope you atleast try to have fun this weekend MTBNate, I might see you around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwgfan91
    haha we have some fair trails down here, not to say I don't wish I lived somewhere that doesn't have so many flat sections. Hope you atleast try to have fun this weekend MTBNate, I might see you around.
    We're headed to the race at Butts Park.. some of our mates did some recon last weekend..

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    Lmao!

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    Tear in my beer

    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate
    You Bandaleros have fun this weekend dodging the authorities with your Tecate, tortillas and Turners..
    But homebrew, it's still okay right?

    See the trails, be one with FOO-MTB.
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    probably next on the List,,
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