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    New question here. New Years Resolutions?

    Let's hear'em?

    [SIZE="6"]I have none and I will continue on my same path!

    You've been warned[/SIZE]
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    New Years Resolutions?

    I have a few resolutions for the New Year and my first resolution is to see my other resolutions through to completion.

    I have a couple of personal resolutions that will remain just that. One is that next year will be better than this year! I also resolve to practice more and become a better rider, not only on my mountain bike, but....wait for it.....my moto....LOL! That way I can have more fun and I never have to worry about falling into the POSER category!

    [SIZE="6"]HAPPY NEW YEAR....EVERYONE!!!!![/SIZE]




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    New years resolutions are for chumps. I mean why not just make the promise to yourself at any time of the year?
    I'll tell you why. Because then we don't have to feal that bad about not seeing them through. Because they are only new years resolutions, and no one sticks to them.
    All of you make me sick. And I hope you run over dog crap the next time you go for a ride.

    And yes I failed to fullfill my resolution last year of not replying to posts on forums in a sarcastic joking way.

    But really loose 40#s (gotta get back to my normal wieght of 150) and train for my ride across PA.
    Also to stop being so afraid and just take the damn Diff E class that is keeping me from my degree.
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    Mine is to buy more bikes this year. And the next and the next ect..........lol!

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    New Years Resolutions?

    Quote Originally Posted by chewymilk99
    New years resolutions are for chumps. I mean why not just make the promise to yourself at any time of the year?
    I'll tell you why. Because then we don't have to feal that bad about not seeing them through. Because they are only new years resolutions, and no one sticks to them.
    All of you make me sick. And I hope you run over dog crap the next time you go for a ride.

    And yes I failed to fullfill my resolution last year of not replying to posts on forums in a sarcastic joking way.

    But really loose 40#s (gotta get back to my normal wieght of 150) and train for my ride across PA.
    Also to stop being so afraid and just take the damn Diff E class that is keeping me from my degree.
    I am glad you failed to fullfill last year's resolution! Sarcastic smart-asses are fun!

    Seriously, good luck with your resolutions. I always found the most difficult part of losing weight is getting started but once I saw results I would really get motivated. Like Adam Sandler says, "You Can Do It!!!"
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    New Years Resolutions?

    Nice resolution, Naner! Shouldn't be too difficult to keep that one...LOL! Ride On!!!

    WOOF
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    Mine is to not crash (and get hurt) as much as I did this year. Tomorrow mornings Mt. Gretna ride will be the first challenge!

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