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    'tude's thread

    I really want my own thread lads and lasses, but I dunna know of a topic.
    Hmmmmmmm?

    Favorite trail food?
    What tastes best after a ride of epic proportion.
    Smooth or chunky?
    Adulterate beer with fruit or 'NOT'?
    Maryann or Ginger?
    Ginger or Tabasco?
    Wax off or wax on?
    Sandals and Socks vs. Tevas and woolies?
    Oak leaves or ferns?
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    I say we include them all. Things can go every which way with this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    Adulterate beer with fruit or 'NOT'?
    <iframe width="420" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/dAXk8h1iHAw?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    And yeah, Miller now has a lime beer. Pussies.
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    'tude's thread

    How about photos?

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    Pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f@dt@stick View Post
    Can we reduce smooth or chunky to flowy or bumpy?

    TIA.

    PS: This is a wonderful thread so far!
    Dude! Genius man. Friggin genius.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f@dt@stick View Post
    Personally, I think he's losing it.

    I'm just here for support.
    Many of us here are losing it. That's the backbone of this joint.

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    The sound of Velcro rip? The same when the remnants of sanity left.
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    'tude's thread

    How about a thread with hotties in socks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    How about a thread with hotties in socks?
    Maryann or Ginger?
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    'tude's thread

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    Maryann or Ginger?
    10 years ago, Maryann. Today, I'm a red head fan.
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    Man after my own heart.
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    Are you sure you are up to it? There's a lot of responsibilities having your own thread.

    Speaking of red heads, Donna (Sarah Rafferty) on Suits is one of my favorites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gdtrfb24 View Post
    Are you sure you are up to it? There's a lot of responsibilities having your own thread.

    Speaking of red heads, Donna (Sarah Rafferty) on Suits is one of my favorites.
    Agreed. I'm hoping to grow into it. But I'll need help.
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    I don't watch TV shows cause I hate commercials, but I just googled her.
    She does red well.
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    In order to own your own thread you need to perfect your tactical warfare. In order to do that you must learn to be able to go through the jungle and or desert quietly and undetected. Please watch this video, take notes and learn.Tactical Velcro Opening Secret-Special Forces - YouTube
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    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdtrfb24 View Post
    Are you sure you are up to it? There's a lot of responsibilities having your own thread.
    And with any luck you may even be able to have your thread binned, that's the ultimate compliment.

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    Advice noted.
    Trash bin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    Advice noted.
    Trash bin?
    Which advice?
    Trash bin is when they / not us "they" they the mod's see your thread as offensive to others or just don't like it and they send it to the recycle bin hence trash bin.
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    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    But the best threads always seem to end up there and isn't Tone's in charge of that now once he finishes his HR orientation?

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    The jungle quietly of course.
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    Setter, I'll try to get your thread bin worthy. My peers will aid this process greatly I'm afraid.

    Anyways, to get the ball rolling.....

    Favorite trail food?

    Not really pertinent unless it involves oral..... (oh,wait, you are talking about eating)

    What tastes best after a ride of epic proportion.

    alcohol, obviously.

    Smooth or chunky?

    depends on whether you've eaten corn the day before.

    Adulterate beer with fruit or 'NOT'?

    fruit is gay and girly, just ask Tone's

    Maryann or Ginger?

    why not have both, or watch them gettin' busy with each other.

    Ginger or Tabasco?

    not on the unit, thanks...

    Wax off or wax on?

    Tone's, Nicole, what's the verdict on the wax? You two have both been hairless at one time or another.

    Sandals and Socks vs. Tevas and woolies?

    Sandals and socks, come on there's no Europeans here.....

    Oak leaves or ferns?

    on the head, or covering the junk?

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    I'm hoping to stay around for a while. At least a week or so.
    How but a little foreplay there sport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Many of us here are losing it. That's the backbone of this joint.
    How do we know if we had it?
    Just circles turning circles....

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Yetti View Post
    How do we know if we had it?
    Contrary to urban myth, there is no fine line, but once crossed a vast gulf exists that cannot be penetrated. We don't know. Only the mods can know.
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    But wait, to quote Steven Wright, "There's a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot."
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    Unless you're throwing nice loops.

    Quote Originally Posted by gdtrfb24 View Post
    But wait, to quote Steven Wright, "There's a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot."
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    Quote Originally Posted by wv_bob View Post
    <iframe width="420" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/dAXk8h1iHAw?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    And yeah, Miller now has a lime beer. Pussies.
    Yes, but that beer is for the ladies.
    Just stick it in granny and start grinding.

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    Exactly---and those of a more 'refined' taste.
    :-)
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    More refined than Burt Reynolds? Unpossible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f@dt@stick View Post
    Personally, I think he's losing it.

    I'm just here for support.
    F@DT@STICK, who the fek is this sock, I ONLY LIKE CRABSTICKS.....
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    So, why is it that beer and mountain biking go together so well and universally.
    What is it?
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    Why all the easy questions? Beer, like MTB is kind of dirty. I don't care what the beer snobs say, beer like MTB will never be a high class act.

    Thank god for that.

    Roadies likely pair their wine (they don't drink beer) with their team kit. The socks and the wine have to match!

    The really healthy ones don't drink at all.....(I'll excuse AA members, who ride MTB, obviously) because of performance!

    a-ha-ha-ha....

    Even though I am somewhat of a beer snob, I would never ever turn a beer down (even if it was Molsons or Labatts) when it is offered after a nice dirty ride.

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    I would not of thought of that. I like it!
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    Foreplay's over 'tude!

    Have you ever been naked before?

    With or without a bike.....

    at night?

    with a fire raging?

    (I've already outed myself in the eastern Canada forum a while back, so my part's done here)

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    Since this thread is titled 'tudes thread, can I have a little attitude here or should I save that for the RANT threads?

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    Go for it. Hawg wild.
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    I can't believe the insolence of some people--not having an iPhone or iPad or Mac, so I can use iMessage across all devices.
    C'mon people get with it!
    You too, Nichole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    I can't believe the insolence of some people--not having an iPhone or iPad or Mac, so I can use iMessage across all devices.
    C'mon people get with it!
    You too, Nichole.
    I'm still on the fence about this whole electronic frontier thing so I often throw a wrench into the gears just to test the system. So far, it's failed every time I've tested it.

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    HaHa, NicHole....subliminal much?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I'm still on the fence about this whole electronic frontier thing so I often throw a wrench into the gears just to test the system. So far, it's failed every time I've tested it.
    You can try with a test tickle
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    Hawg, is the fence you're on electronic? Don't pee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Hawg, is the fence you're on electronic? Don't pee.
    LOL! Yes, and it's fine as long as I don't put a foot down while trying to get off. Otherwise...ZAPPPPP!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    I would not of thought of that. I like it!
    You're not ready for your own thread.

    Try back next week.

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    I'm beginning to believe you are right.

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    You're not ready for your own thread.

    Try back next week.
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    Ignore those naysayers, 'tude! Just let that ole mind of your rip! 1st wacky though you have, post it here!

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    It's gravity, man. I figured it out integrate mass distance coeffient with lineal entropy of muons into the standard model. Voila. Unification.
    It was OC atv doll head trail.
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    I see neutrinos.......passing right through me unaffected....

    are you some kind of physicist with those thoughts popping into your head?

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    Carpenter. My mind wanders.
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    Breakfast...a pile of bacon, cupla eggs and a chunk of sharp cheddar--cold glass of milk.

    Last couple days miles need leg food.
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    'tude's thread-526347_645886742091067_1158758769_n.jpgProblem is--I got double teamed by the pups.
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    Why do biking shirts have to stink so much.
    It seems after all this time since the first time plastics were turned into pile clothing at Malden Mills, that someone would have figured out how to make light, fast wicking sewable materials that won't invite stink like shit does flies.
    One ride soaked with good clean sweat and the things instantly take on stink--even new ones.
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    ^Haven't noticed that myself. Of course, never dry them.

    I'm spending the day thoroughly vacuuming, then cleaning the carpets in our place. Anybody wanna stop by and help?

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    'tude I have concerns about you starting your own thread so early in your stay with us, something seems a little premature with that one. I also have issues with giving yourself a nickname, even just a shortening of your handle, it wreaks of trying to be one of the cool tudes, ah sorry, dudes. You're doing just fine mate, we've all noticed you and you are repworthy, at least some of the time.

    That said, you do pose some very good questions and being a child of the late 60's I feel I have some authority to comment on the Maryann or Ginger conundrum. As has been said before, why not both but I'll differ answering the next question at the same time, let's throw some Tabasco into the mix, now that would be one hot jelly wrestling match.

    As for smelly clothes, you know you need to put detergent in with the wash don't you?

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    Yo emu. I didn't shorten my name illustrious members did. Two versions no less.
    Not sure which personalities they match to, though. It's confusing when 6 or 7 heads turn at the same time.
    Schizo whiplash.
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    that sound was a collective sigh of relief, there is hope for you yet.

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    Hope a dope.
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    I'm sticking with Setter. Sounds better.

    Hey that rhymes!

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    You're a poet and didn't even know it!

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    The handle is Settertude and every sillahbal is important.
    I will authorize reluctantly 'Dog', in consideration of those of the faithful who use wee keyboards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    The handle is Settertude and every sillahbal is important.
    I will authorize reluctantly 'Dog', in consideration of those of the faithful who use wee keyboards.
    I never call anyone here by their full username unless it's just a few letters or numbers anyway. Too lazy to type the whole thing out. My original username was Ambassadorhawg. Pretty obvious why I shrunk it down. Perhaps we can just call you "Word"? You seem to use that one a bunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I never call anyone here by their full username unless it's just a few letters or numbers anyway. Too lazy to type the whole thing out. My original username was Ambassadorhawg. Pretty obvious why I shrunk it down. Perhaps we can just call you "Word"? You seem to use that one a bunch.
    Well I kinda had my heart set on 'Dog' see in' as I relate them better than humans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    Well I kinda had my heart set on 'Dog' see in' as I relate them better than humans.
    You've got Setter Dogs?

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    See picture at beginning of thread.
    Yes. One Old Hemlock and one Llewellin English Setter.
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    I think it's odd how Irish Setters have all but disappeared. Haven't seen one out West in years. Where did they go???

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    Hawg, while Irish Setters are lovely dogs with a nice temperament they are the bimbo equivalent!

    Bimbo is so last week.... and in dog years that is almost two months.

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    'tude's thread-image.jpgAlive and well as Red Setters. Some good folks have worked hard for many years to bring back a good field dog.
    I know three of them.
    The field dogs of old were ruined by the show folks and back yard breeders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
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ID:	828798Alive and well as Red Setters. Some good folks have worked hard for many years to bring back a good field dog.
    I know three of them.
    The field dogs of old were ruined by the show folks and back yard breeders.
    A girlfriend of mine back in the early 70's had an Irish Setter that was a thing of feathered beauty but indeed possessed a mind the size of sunflower seed. She let that dog run loose all over town, no leash, traffic or not.
    We broke up, and I have no idea what happened to that dog. Somehow, I don't think of it as ending well.

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    Yup--that is typical. Those Irish Setters are very hyper and like to take off.
    A friend had two of them back in the 70's as well and it weren't pretty.

    This is OH Bromley an Old Hemlock English Setter in the back yard a few minutes ago.
    He is what is referred to as both a 'Ryman' type or Dual Setter. These dogs came about by combining the best of the field bred setters and bench dogs of the day--back in the 1920's and 30's.
    George Ryman's and George 'Bird' Evans efforts were designed to produce a line of ES's that would do a good job in the uplands and look good at hearth also.
    Hence--'Dual Dog' or 'Dual Setter'.
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    Yo, what up 'tude dogg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nwbikur View Post
    Yo, what up 'tude dogg.
    Woof woof.
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    I need help. No, not that kind of help, although there are times when the multiple voices are louder than the actual sound waves. Think several different and discordant tinnitus tones.
    Anyway--I am having trouble finding a proper 'Yeti' for my 'wanna tattoo' stage.

    Please help. Almost all submissions will be given their relative consideration.

    Thanks in advance...Dog
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    Tramp Stamps are so last year... I hear gold teefs are making a comeback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishbucket View Post
    Tramp Stamps are so last year... I hear gold teefs are making a comeback.
    Sure, that's a lot of help.
    No metal, please.
    This is not a fad nor a simple whim.
    THIS is serious.
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    I just searched 'Yeti illustration' and 'Yeti drawing' in Google Images.I thought this one was pretty good.I like the stance,but prefer the albino Yeti.


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    Nice...I like the winter coat, too. This guy is Chewie-like, but with Yeti 'tude.
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    I think you just need a starting point with an image you like.The tattoo artist will adjust it to look good as a tat.

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    From the above ^
    Attached Images Attached Images  
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    Not bad. PS work?
    I imagine a good artist could make that pop with some creative detail.
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    Yeah, PS.
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    I was trying to make it Albino
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    If it wouldn't hurt my Setters' feelings, I might change my name.

    'Yetitude' I like it.
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    If you stay motivated on the MTB, and end up a lifer, you may not always ride a Yeti.....brand loyalty fades as years go by. Something to think about before the ink goes on.
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    Yeah--but that is practical thinking.
    I was going to go with a 'Ruffed Grouse' or 'Woodcock'.

    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    If you stay motivated on the MTB, and end up a lifer, you may not always ride a Yeti.....brand loyalty fades as years go by. Something to think about before the ink goes on.
    I'm afraid of heights so a 26'r fits me to a T.

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    Lol
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    I've always said I'd never have a tattoo, but I've been thinking--what the heck. At my age, who cares.
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    Nice work Net!!

    Go for it,Dog

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    Hey Net--would you send that source file over?
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    The .psd file? I opened it all up, did some things. saved a .png and then closed without saving. I could re-create it pretty easily if you need the .psd file...is the .png not good enough?
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    Setter, we're heading out for a ride....be back around noon. If you want that .psd file, I'll re-create it when I get back from riding, and maybe email it?
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    Sounds good. I'm heading out in a few for a ride, but prolly won't be back til around 2pm.
    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    If you stay motivated on the MTB, and end up a lifer, you may not always ride a Yeti.....brand loyalty fades as years go by. Something to think about before the ink goes on.
    Good point for example MountainCycle Shawn. They haven't made Mountain Cycles since the mid ninties.

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    Alright setter dog with an attitude, I have the .psd file recreated. Email?

    Or if you have some kind of file share site you can allow me to upload to. whateva...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpinDirt View Post
    Good point for example MountainCycle Shawn. They haven't made Mountain Cycles since the mid ninties.
    Yeah.....but in his case, a lot easier to redo a user name on a forum than getting some ink work redone into something else, or removed.
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    As long as he doesn't get the name 'Yeti' tattooed,I think it's fine because Yetis are cool! Besides that,he absolutely loves that bike,brings it up in posts constantly

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    Yeah, I guess if it's more "Yeti the mythical creature" and not "Yeti the bike company's logo", no harm done later if he and "Yeti the bike company" part ways in the retailer/customer paradigm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    If it wouldn't hurt my Setters' feelings, I might change my name.

    'Yetitude' I like it.
    Easy fix just block the computer screen from his view. And if you get a tattoo don't let your dog see you naked.
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    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishbucket View Post
    Tramp Stamps are so last year... I hear gold teefs are making a comeback.
    Heyyyy! I've got gold teffs. And if I flash those babies at you, that's yo que to ruuuuun!

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    Just got back. Got my butt handed to me again, but a heck of a ride.
    parkerjamesii@gmail.com

    Thanks Net.
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    Or better yet try grills, everybody's doing it.

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