"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not." ~~Thomas Jefferson

"Who will protect us from those who protect us?"

Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. ~ Thomas Jefferson

"None are so hopelessly enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free." ~~Goethe

15 April 2014

Roll on...





Thanks for sharing, David.   :)

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8 comments:

David P in NC said...

Life is good

Blue said...

Yes it is :)

Walter Zoomie said...

Very cool. If I wasn't such a pussy...and broke, I'd have me a bike.

;)

Blue said...

How ya doing, Zoomie? :) Motorcycles, like guns, are incredibly dangerous. Too dangerous, if you ask me.

Walter Zoomie said...

Doin' OK, broheem. You?

Hell..I think bikes are MORE dangerous than guns. With all the assholes on the road I see everyday...the ones who don't notice a 65 ft long semi, riding a bike is damn near suicide anymore.

But I still want one.

Someday...

Blue said...

I'm doing quite well, thank you. Getting older every day :)

What scares me the most out on the road is the driver with the cell phone. They are everywhere! I do my best to be seen and to not be too stupid on the motorcycle. So far, so good.

Walter Zoomie said...

Yes. Cell phone are like crack. Fuckers can't put them down and drive.

Broken Patriot has some really good videos at his place regarding Victory bikes, and I'm really liking their cruiser called the "Highball."

http://brokenpatriot.net/2014/04/19/the-argument-for-victory-over-harley/

I'm sold. All I need now is a large infusion of cash!

Blue said...

Victory makes a nice bike. They are big though, like that truck you drive :)

I bought my first Harley in 1980. A brand new Snortster. They have improved over the years, for sure, but they still aren't where some of the others are at as far as using new technology. Perhaps that's part of the attraction. I just sold my 2005 Super Glide with less than 12000 miles on it. I liked that bike :) Not a traveling bike, though. Like a Snortster on steroids. Fun and comfortable enough for a couple hundred miles...