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    Does God hate Texas or Texans

    I know, god cann't hate,I'm being sarcastic
    No, really... every time {http://forums.mtbr.com/attachment.ph...d=1171499636ok almost} I meet someone from Texas I never have to ask them where they are from, for some odd reason they just have to yelp it out ""I'm from Texas "with their heavy breathing,poor tech. skills, and expensive bike.I just figured that you all sold you soul for a nice ride Poor poor Texans waiting for you in McAllen or Lubbock to do a ride
    You get a line and I'll get a pole and we'll go down to the crawdad hole
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    ?, I think I missed something.....

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    God wears a longhorn jerzey

    Quote Originally Posted by makachut
    Poor poor Texans waiting for you
    Talked to god on my last ride, he thanked me for his longhorn football jerzey!!

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    I also talked to god on my last ride. I think he told me to punch david carr in the face next time I see him. And last time I heard the devil went down to georgia.

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    Not sure if this is about the Texans football team or not but....

    At least those guys got the defensive rookie of the year just like they thought they would. Well, sort of. Just to think, they could of had the offensive rookie of the year as well.

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    Hey Makachut...let's go riding! To display my Texas hospitality, you take the lead!
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    Jesus H. Christ, here we go with the firearms again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpionwoman
    Jesus H. Christ, here we go with the firearms again.
    Ratta tat tat.
    After tonights game I know some Texans are hating Romo!!

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    Jesus H. Christ

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    Jesus H. Christ, here we go with the firearms again.
    What's your phobia about a little fun with guns? No one's getting shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNC
    Hey Makachut...let's go riding! To display my Texas hospitality, you take the lead!
    That is awesome! With a bike like that, I could do my riding and deer hunting at the same time!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNC
    Hey Makachut...let's go riding! To display my Texas hospitality, you take the lead!
    Thanks .Texans, are known for the hospitality of shooting people in their back .
    First, you'll have to be able to ride a bike if you want to keep up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpionwoman
    Jesus H. Christ, here we go with the firearms again.
    Did "H" stand for "hardtail"????

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    Quote Originally Posted by austin_bike
    Did "H" stand for "hardtail"????
    Really, what does the H stand for...? Heysues?
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    Well makachut...

    Quote Originally Posted by makachut
    Thanks .Texans, are known for the hospitality of shooting people in their back .
    First, you'll have to be able to ride a bike if you want to keep up.
    At least "most" of us Texans try to maintain a sense of humor. I'm sure "most" Sante Fe'ites do too.

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    hey TNC it sounds like this guy wants to race...wait a minute is this guy your doctor friend we saw at the trails on that retro nishiki. makachut i did not expect for you to be on mtbr, i thought you would be out shopping for more neon lycra. well TNC i guess we'll have to set the race up, but makachut will probably have to stop at baron's drop for pictures. anyways makachut...have i revealed your identity? whats your beef with texas anyway, you must be from some state that lacks interesting mountain bike conversation if you are having to come to our forum to get your kicks, let me guess...oklahoma?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ama99b
    hey TNC it sounds like this guy wants to race...wait a minute is this guy your doctor friend we saw at the trails on that retro nishiki. makachut i did not expect for you to be on mtbr, i thought you would be out shopping for more neon lycra. well TNC i guess we'll have to set the race up, but makachut will probably have to stop at baron's drop for pictures. anyways makachut...have i revealed your identity? whats your beef with texas anyway, you must be from some state that lacks interesting mountain bike conversation if you are having to come to our forum to get your kicks, let me guess...oklahoma?
    Yep,, you guessed the neon lycra part, except on rainy days then I reach for the white lycra.So what's with your patriotism towards Texas anyway?Maybe its time you left the trailer and taken the greyhound outta state.
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    Hey dude...

    Quote Originally Posted by makachut
    Yep,, you guessed the neon lycra part, except on rainy days then I reach for the white lycra.So what's with your patriotism towards Texas anyway?Maybe its time you left the trailer and taken the greyhound outta state.
    You got something against trailers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNC
    You got something against trailers?
    Solar panels and all, you must of spent a bundle on it.Do you keep your Nomad inside of it? And where's it parked?
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    wait a minute TNC this guys trying to find out where you park your trailer...sounds a little suspicious to me, i think maybe he's been hanging around the bus station too long. i must of been a little premature with the oklahoma guess, i'm thinking now he mite be from arkansas. either way you mite need to head him off pretty quick, its starting to sound like maybe he's getting some mixed signals. you should probably let him know that you're happily married.

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    Is that trailer a Casita? They're pretty groovy trailers. We roll in a Coleman pop-up....easy to tow and kingsize beds on each end.
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    Yeah, it's an '89 Casita. Before it we had a Coleman pop-up that we used for a long time when I was racing dirt motors in Texas and surrounding states. That Coleman was a fun and durable rig. Believe it or not that Casita has a king size bed. The whole back half of that trailer drops down into a bed. A lot of times people can't believe it until they look in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by makachut
    Really, what does the H stand for...? Heysues?
    Close its more on the Greek side:

    Its the Greek monogram for Jesus, IHS or IHC. This is formed from the first two letters plus the last letter of His name in Greek (the letters iota, eta, and sigma; in the second instance, the C is a Byzantine Greek form of sigma). The H is actually the capital letter form of eta, but church members who were unfamiliar with Greek took it to be a Latin H.


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    Quote Originally Posted by j944
    Close its more on the Greek side:

    Its the Greek monogram for Jesus, IHS or IHC. This is formed from the first two letters plus the last letter of His name in Greek (the letters iota, eta, and sigma; in the second instance, the C is a Byzantine Greek form of sigma). The H is actually the capital letter form of eta, but church members who were unfamiliar with Greek took it to be a Latin H.

    You've done some homework,I am very impressed. Thanks for the info.
    Strangly enough my opinon is slowly changing towards Texans and not just because my Momma was born in San Antonio
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    Quote Originally Posted by j944
    Close its more on the Greek side:

    Its the Greek monogram for Jesus, IHS or IHC. This is formed from the first two letters plus the last letter of His name in Greek (the letters iota, eta, and sigma; in the second instance, the C is a Byzantine Greek form of sigma). The H is actually the capital letter form of eta, but church members who were unfamiliar with Greek took it to be a Latin H.

    Who'da thunk you would learn this on MTBR?? Now to use the search function to find ar a translation of Dante's Inferno....i hear Texas haters are banished to the 7th circle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by makachut
    Thanks .Texans, are known for the hospitality of shooting people in their back .
    First, you'll have to be able to ride a bike if you want to keep up.
    Come ride in Hell Paso iffn you think we have no skillz biotch.. We will put the hurt on you, stupid smack talker.. Put yur pedals where your mouth is.. come on over if you think you can hang yo..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoat111
    Come ride in Hell Paso iffn you think we have no skillz biotch.. We will put the hurt on you, stupid smack talker.. Put yur pedals where your mouth is.. come on over if you think you can hang yo..
    Ok Barney.Thanks for the invite.
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    Hmmm...The only time I dislike Texans is when there are 3 or 4 of them in their 2 wheel drive Suburbans spinning on the ice on the road up to the ski area, keeping all the locals from getting to the top on a powder day. You should have seen the road to the ski area this weekend. Everybody wanted to kill a Texan for the 2-3 hour traffic jams they created. Or there are the Texas church vans doing the same thing. If you guys are coming skiing in Santa Fe, please spread the word that the "Texas Cadillacs"(Suburbans) are not going to make it up the mountain roads in snow.
    Other than that, I love Texans probably more than my own New Mexican neighbors. It's hard to find as many good-natured, friendly folks anywhere else. If any of you guys come to Santa Fe don't be afraid to drop me a line for some good riding. Bring some good BBQ for me, cause there's not much here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by makachut
    Ok Barney.Thanks for the invite.

    You sound scared.. Barney huh, thats all you can come up with.. Dont be scared, we will take it easy on ya..

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    take a couple advil and try not too think so hard lurker!

    Quote Originally Posted by loco-gringo
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    Quote Originally Posted by delnorte
    Hmmm...The only time I dislike Texans is when there are 3 or 4 of them in their 2 wheel drive Suburbans spinning on the ice on the road up to the ski area, keeping all the locals from getting to the top on a powder day. You should have seen the road to the ski area this weekend. Everybody wanted to kill a Texan for the 2-3 hour traffic jams they created. Or there are the Texas church vans doing the same thing. If you guys are coming skiing in Santa Fe, please spread the word that the "Texas Cadillacs"(Suburbans) are not going to make it up the mountain roads in snow.
    Other than that, I love Texans probably more than my own New Mexican neighbors. It's hard to find as many good-natured, friendly folks anywhere else. If any of you guys come to Santa Fe don't be afraid to drop me a line for some good riding. Bring some good BBQ for me, cause there's not much here!
    Strange way to pick up a Texas chic,I took the ******* {@$$ Whole} approach.
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    You are a jeleous biotches because you have all the mountains and I still wup up on your asses at every race. Come down to El Paso and I'll show you some tech. Yeeehaaa

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    I don't believe we have ever raced against one another, Phish Poop, as I stopped racing when you were on yo momma's tit, and would have whipped your little minimum wage bike store working butt real good if you happened to be off your training wheels yet.
    When you stop wearin' bike socks to work, you might be taken seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoat111
    Come ride in Hell Paso iffn you think we have no skillz biotch.. We will put the hurt on you, stupid smack talker.. Put yur pedals where your mouth is.. come on over if you think you can hang yo..

    When did Vanilla Ice move to El Paso?

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    Maybe Alf does hate Texas or Texans OR Winter comes to South Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by delnorte
    Hmmm...The only time I dislike Texans is when there are 3 or 4 of them in their 2 wheel drive Suburbans spinning on the ice on the road up to the ski area

    Not today, they are all in South Texas with their 2 wheel drive Suburbans spinning on the ice on the road at the end of their driveway....
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    Quote Originally Posted by delnorte
    I don't believe we have ever raced against one another, Phish Poop, as I stopped racing when you were on yo momma's tit, and would have whipped your little minimum wage bike store working butt real good if you happened to be off your training wheels yet.
    When you stop wearin' bike socks to work, you might be taken seriously.

    Bwahahahah.. U R funny.. I think he was trash talkin to the other dork.. Come on down.. U will see the light..

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    Don't you dare...

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    What's this thing with Texans and Suburbans?
    Call my white '89 full size (heavy on the full size ) Jimmy a Suburban. Though it looks like a short Suburban, it's got 4WD, locking diffs, slightly lifted, and has actually seen real dirt in Colorado, Utah, and most of the U.S. west. Mine is a real red neck machine...not a soccer mom's mall wagon.

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    It is definitely a Texas thing. Before I moved to Texas I knew one person who had a Suburban. I came from the Toronto area where everyone drove midsize cars (or smaller) and to have a minivan put you at risk of being accused of excess. Hell they don't even have hearses in Texas; they just slide the casket into the back of a Suburban and drive them out to the graveyard. But its the same as cowboy boots, ice houses, BBQ and Willie...its a part of our culture.

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    Personally, I have never owned a Suburban or 'cowboy' boots...and I've never seen a Suburban carry a casket to a gravesight, just a hearse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoat111
    You sound scared.. Barney huh, thats all you can come up with.. Dont be scared, we will take it easy on ya..
    Scared? Of what? I do travel and ride with my lawyer and he advises me to remain silent.
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    Speaking of tits dellnorte, guess you got old and decided you wanted some. Nice pic, but I think you went a little too big. Did you get rid of the wang or keep it? Either way your HOTT!!!! And by the way I work in a bike shop so I think it's alright to wear bike socks to work. It's ok though, I guess some people were just born ignorant.

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    Assphisheye! Git yerself an education, boy and make some damn $$$. Then you can ride bikes instead of fix em. I kept my wang, ask yo momma. She likes it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoat111
    Bwahahahah.. I mate with goats U R funny.. I think he was trash talkin to the other dork but I'm not smart enough to figure it out.. Come on down.. U will see the light..
    yo mtn.goatf0cker he was talkin to you
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    Whoa, where's the mtb talk? TNC, hermano, the last time I showed off my VooDoo Bokor HD with a Browning 35 mounted on it I had to spend sometime in a Montana cell. Hey made lots of friends with the militia. Let me guess.....? Texas Republic-cans who believe all land east of the Pecos is TEJAS?! I know Makachut and I approve his messages. Del Norte nieve, muy mucho nieve esta fantastico you knee bending telly think phisfhsux could keep up to this 49'er, in the 14 footers of s.colo. or conty divide in %#@*%(still a little secret gem), or the S. Boundary, Ozark Tr blah blah blah blah. Really like extreme all day epics please contact me. Love ta take ya out. Any girls in Texas ride? Scuba dive? Adventure? Life's mission can be on a bicycle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delnorte
    Assphisheye! Git yerself an education, boy and make some damn $$$. Then you can ride bikes instead of fix em. I kept my wang, ask yo momma. She likes it!
    Now this is trash talking at its best.Monitor, yoohoo... Monitor of this Forum Delnorte deserves an award.
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    Assphisheye! Git yerself an education, boy and make some damn $$$. Then you can ride bikes instead of fix em. I kept my wang, ask yo momma. She likes it!

    Delnorte, you are silly. People without big balls usually brag about big wallets. What can I say; way to go! Oh and I asked my mom and she said you don't have a wang. Doesn't bother me, I'm very tolerant to freaks and wierdos...

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    Quote Originally Posted by delnorte
    Assphisheye! Git yerself an education, boy and make some damn $$$. Then you can ride bikes instead of fix em. I kept my wang, ask yo momma. She likes it!
    delnorte, are you the assphisheye's long lost daddy?
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    bwahahaha.. good one.. you should listen to him..

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    [AllQUOTE=makachut]yo mtn.goatf0cker he was talkin to you[/QUOTE]


    Bwahahaha.. All I see is talk talk talk.. You need to talk to yur laywer friend.. He may tell you its not safe.. You might break your twat..You are funny guy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoat111
    [AllQUOTE=makachut]yo mtn.goatf0cker he was talkin to you

    Bwahahaha.. sounds of a goatfocker . You might break your twat..You are funny guy..
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    Your more funnyguy than me..
    You need anatomy lessons only place I've ever scene a twat on a guy is your face... and the smell that comes out of it is worse than the grease trap at LongJohnSilvers .
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    Yeah yur moms twat.. It does smell like LJS grease trap.. How'd u know that.. U been smellin? You need a therapist not a lawyer..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoat111
    Yeah yur moms twat.. It does smell like LJS grease trap.. How'd u know that.. U been smellin? You need a therapist not a lawyer..
    My momma's thing would smell like worm castings at this point in time ,goatmilker111,and as for your come back sounded more whack than MM's lyrics.
    Last time I saw your Momma leaving work at LJS she said you loved the smell of Her dirtybirds nest.
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    You have to ask...

    Why does one poser come on the Tejas site and make an ass of themself?

    We are still the only State that can fly their flag the same height as old gloy

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    I'm a Texan-- got the turbo subaru with snow tires

    Quote Originally Posted by delnorte
    Hmmm...The only time I dislike Texans is when there are 3 or 4 of them in their 2 wheel drive Suburbans spinning on the ice on the road up to the ski area, keeping all the locals from getting to the top on a powder day. You should have seen the road to the ski area this weekend. Everybody wanted to kill a Texan for the 2-3 hour traffic jams they created. Or there are the Texas church vans doing the same thing. If you guys are coming skiing in Santa Fe, please spread the word that the "Texas Cadillacs"(Suburbans) are not going to make it up the mountain roads in snow.
    Other than that, I love Texans probably more than my own New Mexican neighbors. It's hard to find as many good-natured, friendly folks anywhere else. If any of you guys come to Santa Fe don't be afraid to drop me a line for some good riding. Bring some good BBQ for me, cause there's not much here!
    Caught a powder day in Santa Fake Jan 13th. Came up to avoid the two-wheel drive Suburbans on the ski road to Ski Apache.

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    Damn Mitekatch-a-coot, that was a goodie! Stop whippin' that fooloish young buck like that! He don't want no more. Hell, he's out like a light, ain't even talkin' from conciousness! Never seen a boy knocked out and still flappin' his pie hole!!!!

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    Old Gloy????? What is that??? Dog Food? You fly you flag as high as your dog?

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    they makem big not smart

    That would be poseur you hoser, Texas cuello-rojo gringo, and himself groper. The world of mountain biking learns much from y'alls forum site that talks and shows weapons and artillery all from the question of a foreigner wanting to ride with a knife in Texas? Wow, when I lived in Houston they had schools thar.

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    Isn't that special....

    Two New Mexicans that just can't stay away from Texas. Both from Santa Fart also.

    You know I have never wanted to ride there.... still don't.

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    I wonder how long we can keep up the pointless trash talk. I spent summers in New Mexico and have lived in Texas all my life. I like NM for the hills,white sands, blood squirtting horny toads and mountains, but i would go crazy if I lived there. I like grass. I like trees. I like the ocean. I like the lakes. We even have steep hills and rocks. Texas is all encompassing. NM is like Vegas or New Orleans, nice to visit but a whole lot better to leave. I do miss the smell before it rains over there though. You can now commence the part where you break apart what I say and start making fun of my reply and Texas. aaannndddd............gooooooo

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    Yeah...NM is a place you drive through to get to Moab...bwaaaaah! Obviously most of this exchange has been in total fun, but it's hilarious to see some get their shorts bound up in their tight a$$es over guns, knives, and interstate rivalry. Still...I'd say makachut got his 15 minutes of fame out of this one.

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    I Live in Ontario Canada, and love riding, at the same time Love the lone Star State. Don,t mess with Texas. Two words only LANCE ARMSTRONG
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    Right back at you!

    We love you too Lopez!

    Glad you got our North border covered!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNC
    Yeah...NM is a place you drive through to get to Moab...bwaaaaah! Obviously most of this exchange has been in total fun, but it's hilarious to see some get their shorts bound up in their tight a$$es over guns, knives, and interstate rivalry. Still...I'd say makachut got his 15 minutes of fame out of this one.
    ...bwaaaaah ...sounds of another goatfocker? I didn't know they still let Texans ride in Moab.
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    Who's Armstrong and why would I like to lance them?

    All in fun, hermanos de Tejas. Perhaps mischieve to get attention. I had to carry a 22 and shot a dog while riding in S.Ill. Mean big doberman that the mean old owner would send after us in full attack mode anytime he spotted us comming. One shot on the bike.
    Hey y'all are welcome to ride with me anytime. Got room in my house, can put 4 bikes on a four door Frontier, would shuttle rides, and ride every Fri-Sun, at least. Can take anyone interested in rides in N.NM; Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Taos, Gallup, Chama and S.CO; Salida, Pagosa, Platoro, Durango, Fruita and yes, Moab. But why Moab? I love going to be amongst other enthusiasts but the riding? Please contact me and I'll show you my points of views!
    We do mostly crosscountry epics of 25 to 50 miles and 3 to 10 hours( incl. stops if needed) and the terrain is mostly in the various mountain ranges with forest roads, 4WD, 2-track and hopefully more singletrack then possible. Lots of it in Gallup, Chama, and Platoro where no one knows or goes. Also we do many sections of the continental divide such as around cumbres, elwood pass, and a lung burner at the head waters of the Rio Grande plus other sections. We can show 3 different ways to do South Boundary in Taos. One of our best kept secrets?.....Cochiti!!!
    Last year we did 168 rides and we are serious about having fun. Any one interested from day ride to 3 or 4 with camping, motels, b&bs...we'll cater.
    I am actually selling my small foundry business here in SF to better pursue mountain biking and scuba diving on a full time basis. PM. Oh single, hetero......? Esteban El loco uno de Martillo-cabeza del Norte Nuevo Mexico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lopez test pilot
    Two words only Slow as hell
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    [=makachut]You just had to pose[/QUOTE]
    Oh my you are computer Literite, love the qoute change, it is sad you can,t ride worth a shite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Canada is not even a real country anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by lopez test pilot
    [=makachut]You just had to pose
    Oh my you are computer Literite, love the qoute change, it is sad you can,t ride worth a shite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!![/QUOTE]
    Yes,I have had a few days where my riding resembles feces.
    Take away your fancy suspension bike and I bet you wimper for a hamburger.No matter, I'm glad to see your passion for riding
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    Quote Originally Posted by byronmoore
    Canada is not even a real country anyway
    Oh my, you must be that idiot friend of Makachut, Canada not a real country, what are you a retard??? Tell you what, I was defending Texas, and still do. I just wish they would weed out the retards!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by makachut
    ...bwaaaaah ...sounds of another goatfocker? I didn't know they still let Texans ride in Moab.
    They love us in moab mass-o-shite.. They carry guns too.. I love Tx and Nm.. They are the best places to ride w/out running into twats like you.. especially on harder trails.. Howz yur mom doin? Biotch.. The invite still stands, come and be brutalized by our trails.. Yur probly from cali anyway... Cudos to Canada, some o the best people i have met..

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    Come on Lopez have you ever seen South Park the movie? Terence and Philip? Anyone? Not even a real country anyway? I have nothing against Canada. Maybe if it got off the shoulders of the USA up there and grew up I would respect it more. Ohhh burn thats acting children!
    Hey Anna Nicole Smith died today so at least we dont have her anymore. Thats a plus

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    I acutually liked Anna Nicole, very sad!

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