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    I've been trying to do this. I've come to the conclusion that your nose is closer to your mouth, when compared to a normal human, by at least 1/2".

    Professor X will be calling you soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steiny View Post
    Ask and ye shall receive. My first YT video ... Yee Haw!
    Awesome, now I could make it my claim to fame to check that your list was actually alphabetic, but I'd rather make my claim to fame that I'm too lazy to do even that..

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    Quote Originally Posted by coondog#77 View Post
    i have had numerous comment's saying, "pics or it didn"t happen!" well i come to deliver. I'm no gene simons, but this is what i've got!
    Since my decapitation surgery, I can't do this anymore. It was longer than Gene Simmons.
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    You may be happy to hear that my dad has kicked cancer's ass. Now he's looking for whoever sent it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coondog#77 View Post
    No sir. All natural! But most don't believe it in person either.
    Did you ever pick one person at a party and do that to them? When they go "Holy Crap! Did you see that!" you pretend you don't know what they're talking about. Then you keep doing it all night. Never show anybody else, just that one person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eatdrinkride View Post
    I was suspended from high school as well when I was called out of class to the Vice Principals office. She asked me if I was "high". I was so stoned said, "yes", it was all I could think of to say.

    For the record I haven't been high in 20 some odd years. "Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son."
    Haha when I was called into the principal's office for the urinal incident, he leaned back in his chair with his arms behind his head and his exact words were "So, Mr. Hardy, you're not the so-called "una-dumper" we're looking for?" I was actually suspended for lying about it and not cleaning the urinal as another student saw me do it. I finally fessed up to my parents during my suspension and they laughed hysterically. The following year, I was dating the girl who would later be "the one who broke my heart" and one day when her and I were walking to my car, a student from her class walked up and said "Aren't you the dude who crapped in the urinal?!" What can I say? It seemed like a good idea at the time. I'm just waiting for someone to bring it up on facebook.

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    In highschool I let off all the smoke bombs year end my last year ever! Last day! I was a prefect too (monitor)

    I dropped stink bombs too & never got caught, left what looked like dried poo (fake) shocking the teachers and joining in on scene saying "oh that's awful no I didn't see anyone do that at all. Let's look this way,"

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    Most public schools can be completely dismantled with a Phillips screwdriver. A friend of mine and I spent an entire year taking just enough screws out of things that they stayed together but were really flimsy. At the end of it, all of the desk tops could rotate, most doors were held up by two screws and various windows, handrails and other accessories were little more than useless. Still have the bag of screws somewhere.
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    Id scrap the passion forum all together, its a breeding ground for unicorn milkers, rainbow chasers and candy cotton farters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monzie View Post
    Most public schools can be completely dismantled with a Phillips screwdriver. A friend of mine and I spent an entire year taking just enough screws out of things that they stayed together but were really flimsy. At the end of it, all of the desk tops could rotate, most doors were held up by two screws and various windows, handrails and other accessories were little more than useless. Still have the bag of screws somewhere.
    That's creativity!

    The best I did was put all the desks in the art class out the window, so when the teacher showed up, her class was sitting politely on the front lawn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    ^^^ Dion, ''high school Beat'' sounds like it could be some sort of gay porno, anything you wanna tell us Dion?
    The title "High School Beat" epitomizes the late 80's/early 90's. There were a lot of "teen" shows that had that flavor. Check out "Home Turf" highlighting some guys I rode with once awhile back then Still friends with Pete Brandt and a few of these guys.

    At 5:50, was my favorite thing in the whole world back in the day - the fakie tree ride. I loved doing those at this park.


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    Monzie that is great. Props to
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    Monzie's debauchery is glamorous.
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    Shame: Went shopping at Walmart. Spent $145

    Fame: Went to Whole Foods afterward. Parked next to former UFC Heavyweight Champion, Cain Velasquez. Dude had a nice Beemer.

    My wife was, like, "He was just walking around Whole Foods and shopping by himself?" and I said, "What... is somebody going to beat him up and steal his money?"

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    As a freshman in college, my dorm had a pretty ridiculous resident coordinator (i guess any adult who chooses to live with a bunch of college kids has to be kinda off anyway), and we sought ways to drive her insane.

    We did the screw removal thing on her favorite bulletin boards. First we'd loosen them, then slowly we removed them one by one in the middle of the night until the board was left hanging by a single loose screw.

    Once we actually stole the bulletin board, which made her cry.

    Other things we did had nothing to do with her.

    I lived in a coed dorm that was divided by floor. 2 guys floors and 3 girls floors. The guys floors had prank competitions. The 1st floor guys stole a traffic control sawhorse that campus security used and they put the 12ft 2x6 through a tiny vent in the wall and into the showers. Took awhile to find the vent they used to get it in there.

    As payback, a couple of friends and I used a desk and some duct tape to barricade the showers and seal a shower curtain around the desk and seal the drains. We used that big 2x6 to reinforce the desk and filled the first shower stall with about 4ft of water, blocking access to the other stalls.

    I made a sailboat from soda bottles for flair and put it in there. Unfortunately it didn't hold till morning but through some odd circumstance, the huge volume of water managed to back up every single shower drain so there were a few inches of standing water back there. It appears most of the overflow went into the urinals which were flush with the floor.

    I got hauled to the dean for keeping a small propane camping grill in my dorm. I managed to talk my way out of a fine and academic probation and into an essay instead, which I wrote with a heavily smarta$$ overtone. The dean took it without another word. Lol.

    We did a bunch of random goofy crap, too, that most folks wouldn't think was amusing in the slightest. It was a "you had to be there" sort of thing. We heavily abused the campus mail system sending each other random packages with stale food, bricks, a vacuum, and things we'd steal from each other. Sadly that all ended after 9/11 as the campus mailroom took seriously guidelines about "suspicious" packages that the usps issued. Our random packages to each other applied to almost all of the items on the list. Stains, odd smells, no return address, strange noises, shady packaging, etc so we stopped before things got serious. That was a sad day when we had that discussion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    The title "High School Beat" epitomizes the late 80's/early 90's. There were a lot of "teen" shows that had that flavor. Check out "Home Turf" highlighting some guys I rode with once awhile back then Still friends with Pete Brandt and a few of these guys.

    At 5:50, was my favorite thing in the whole world back in the day - the fakie tree ride. I loved doing those at this park.

    Wow. Cool video. That's my age showing I had a BMX with white plastic wheels, gutted that I gave it up! It was perfect until it was given away in 98!

    I lost the guts to do tricks but not the passion to ride

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    After 40 years of when this McDonald's "Big Mac" commercial was popular I still have the lyrics memorized. And can sing them in 5 seconds.
    "Two all beef patties special sauce,lettuce, cheese, pickles,onions on a sesame seed bun"

    1975 McDonalds Commercial Two All Beef Patties Special Sauce Lettuce.... - YouTube
    <iframe width="640" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/dK2qBbDn5W0?feature=player_detailpage" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
    And an interesting history on the Burger and the catchy "jingle".
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE, View Post
    After 40 years of when this McDonald's "Big Mac" commercial was popular I still have the lyrics memorized. And can sing them in 5 seconds.
    "Two all beef patties special sauce,lettuce, cheese, pickles,onions all on a sesame seed bun"

    1975 McDonalds Commercial Two All Beef Patties Special Sauce Lettuce.... - YouTube

    And an interesting history on the Burger and the catchy "jingle".
    Big Mac - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    I can do that backwards. Not in 5 seconds. Too many people I knew memorized it forwards.
    bun, seed, sesame...

    I also have Alice's Restaurant, Balad of the Uneasy Rider, and several other popular story songs of the day memorized.

    It's funny how your brain works. I didn't recite Alice's Restaurant for over 20 years and was still able to remember every word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wallstreet View Post
    Wow. Cool video. That's my age showing I had a BMX with white plastic wheels, gutted that I gave it up! It was perfect until it was given away in 98!

    I lost the guts to do tricks but not the passion to ride
    I still ride flatland BMX (I'm 38)! It's like bike handling boot camp

    Even as an adult, having some sort of BMX, BMX cruiser or dirt jumper is great to have. More mountain bikers ought to consider these "kids bikes"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Ninja View Post
    I can do that backwards. Not in 5 seconds. Too many people I knew memorized it forwards.
    bun, seed, sesame...

    I also have Alice's Restaurant, Balad of the Uneasy Rider, and several other popular story songs of the day memorized.

    It's funny how your brain works. I didn't recite Alice's Restaurant for over 20 years and was still able to remember every word.
    "Backwards" Oh yeah ya gotta out do me huh!
    And you're right about how your brain works. I can recall my phone number and a couple of my best friends phone #'s from my youth. Some 40 years ago and my address of that time. But I have a hard time remembering things from just 5 years ago.
    Ha,ha Alice's restaurant that show was a crack up. Remind me of the owners name, he was hilarious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE, View Post
    "Backwards" Oh yeah ya gotta out do me huh!
    And you're right about how your brain works. I can recall my phone number and a couple of my best friends phone #'s from my youth. Some 40 years ago and my address of that time. But I have a hard time remembering things from just 5 years ago.
    Ha,ha Alice's restaurant that show was a crack up. Remind me of the owners name, he was hilarious.
    Ray and Alice owned the restaurant. Arlo Guthrie wrote the song and also played himself in the movie. It was based on a true story.
    Arlo is one of my favorite artists.

    Memory story:
    Last year I applied for an Ontario drivers license after living in BC for 30 years. At the counter they asked if I'd ever had a drivers license in Ontario before. I was able to recite my 15 digit license number. It scared the crap out of me that I was using up valuable brain space for that number.
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    I was the first motorcycle rider to ever crash at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway when it opened in April, 2010. The resulting crash photo's were pretty spectacular. So much so, that I made the cover of the June 2010 Road Racing World and a two-page spread on the "Crash Page."

    The photos also went viral on the internet. If you do an internet search for "anatomy of a highside" you will see the photos linked on lots of websites, some of which are unrelated to motorcycle racing.

    https://www.google.com/#hl=en&tbo=d&...w=1280&bih=589

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGarcia View Post
    I was the first motorcycle rider to ever crash at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway when it opened in April, 2010. The resulting crash photo's were pretty spectacular.
    Dude, even though you were standing near your broken bike and giving the thumbs up, that looks freakin' painful and terrifying. Glad you came out pretty much okay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Ninja's Son
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    Can someone explain why these guys spam like this? ^^ Trying to get post counts up to post bogus classifieds ads or something??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Ninja's Son
    You may be happy to hear that my dad has kicked cancer's ass. Now he's looking for whoever sent it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2fargon View Post
    Can someone explain why these guys spam like this? ^^ Trying to get post counts up to post bogus classifieds ads or something??
    Pretty much. After a few posts they can start threads and post links.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGarcia View Post
    I was the first motorcycle rider to ever crash at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway when it opened in April, 2010. The resulting crash photo's were pretty spectacular. So much so, that I made the cover of the June 2010 Road Racing World and a two-page spread on the "Crash Page."
    This you? Really good photo -- someone needs to Photoshop Hucking Kitty somewhere in there.

    Sometimes, I question the value of my content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik1245 View Post
    This you? Really good photo -- someone needs to Photoshop Hucking Kitty somewhere in there.
    Image saved. When I can upload again, I'll do something with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malibu412 View Post
    Dude, even though you were standing near your broken bike and giving the thumbs up, that looks freakin' painful and terrifying. Glad you came out pretty much okay.
    Thanks! I turned out ok. It really wasn't that painful, it happened so fast. I just fractured my fibula a little. I limped around for a while and raced a few weeks later.

    Funny thing though if someone asked me to suit up then to jump out of a car a 100 mph, I would say "no way." Yet, it's often not bad if you crash with your gear on while at the track. Don't get me wrong, I've broken a lot of bones over the years. But still... Not so bad.

    I guess I am a bit stupid...

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik1245 View Post
    This you? Really good photo -- someone needs to Photoshop Hucking Kitty somewhere in there.

    Yep! That's me

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