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Dressed to the 9's

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Shelton Jun 21, 2012. 66 Replies

Each man has his own style. Here is a compilation of what I try to go for when dressing to the 9's. Hair:FauSunglasses:…Continue

Tags: style, cologne, sexy, man, women

There should be a discussion category labeled, "Women"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brandon Michael May 26, 2012. 266 Replies

A REAL man has an appreciation for women.They are a fascinating, beautiful and mysterious species.From desktop wallpapers, calendars, applications and pin-ups; many of us are, well, obsessed.Men have…Continue

Tags: model, secret, victoria's, sex, women

The difference between guys and gals

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Shelton May 16, 2012. 7 Replies

Whenever I start a forum discussion, I always like to start with some media resource. Whether a picture, a link, a clip, etc., for me, it's always nice to have some point of reference. With that…Continue

Tags: women, man, woman, sex, men

A Discussion for Bikers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Rawlings Nov 9, 2012. 19 Replies

I wanted to open this part of the forum for a discussion for bikers and bike enthusiasts.If you own, have owned or have a desire to own a motorcycle. Post Here!Here are a few bikes I have…Continue

Tags: r6, sv650, yamaha, gsx, suzuki

 

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Greg Carter replied to James Chu's discussion Your favorite gun? (Besides the ones stuck to your arms ;))
"I have a couple. 1. Stoeger Condor. Without a doubt my coolest shotgun experience. 2.Springfield 1911. My first and favorite .45 3. The Taurus Judge. 4. An un-scoped Dakota in .375 H&H"
Jun 3, 2013
Will Rawlings replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"I started riding a 85' Honda Shadow v-twin.  Went on to a 09' H-D Nightster, then to a 10' H-D Super Glide, and finally (for now) my 11' H-D Road King.  They are all different with different qualities.  The…"
Nov 9, 2012
Rick Shelton replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"I owned a Yamaha 650 a long time ago (galaxy far, far away).   I am looking at the Harley Softail Heritage Classic.  I asked my wife for one for my birthday and she bought me a Citizen Eco Drive watch (so sad for me).  She was an ER…"
Oct 11, 2012
Rick Shelton replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"While stationed in Houston awaiting orders I was on burial detail for four servicemen who had died in motorcycle accidents on the same stretch of road in Hawaii and that was within a period of 6 months.  Kind of weird."
Oct 11, 2012
David W. Bruton Sr replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"LovetheBobber."
Oct 6, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"  Harley does have that certain magical "something" which most manufacturers seek to emulate...the X-factor, to borrow a phrase from Mr. Cowell.  And a darned great history.  But, to summarily call the Japanese offerings…"
Oct 6, 2012
Mark-Anthony Rector replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"Hmm....well funny I have friends who all own Harleys, and they are always in the shop with something gone wrong. One guy I know finally sold his harley and went honda shadow,, he's never had a complaint sense, and this guy was a harley rider…"
Oct 6, 2012
Cameron Pearson replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"I can't stand Japanese shit, but I have 3 Triumphs. 2 73 140s and a 74 T160V Trident."
Oct 5, 2012
Mark-Anthony Rector replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"Hey Man, Yeah I checked into it, $475 is Canadian prices or it s what we have to pay in our Province if you Canadian. They offer these courses through out the biking season, I"ve checked around with Drivers Ed courses as well and nothing there…"
Sep 30, 2012
Mark-Anthony Rector replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"Well recently I bought an older bike, its an 82 Honda Silverwing Interstate "
Sep 25, 2012
Johnny replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"I have a 1994 Suzuki Intruder VS 800. SHaft drive. I love it. I actually wnt in to pick up a sportbike but it had sold. Mine was a 94 but only had like 1300 miles on it even being like 12 years old so got a deal at like $2300 ben riding it ever…"
Sep 21, 2012
Johnny replied to James Chu's discussion A Discussion for Bikers
"see if your dmv or local motorcycle groups hold a similar course. In my area the course is $20 they provide bikes, helmets, etc you just need gloves and boots. It's normally all day sat and sun and sunday afternoon someone comes from the dmv…"
Sep 21, 2012
Rick Shelton replied to James Chu's discussion Dressed to the 9's
"I tend toward pocket watches."
Jun 21, 2012
Rick Shelton replied to James Chu's discussion Dressed to the 9's
"Goes to prove Beer is Good For You."
Jun 21, 2012
Rick Shelton replied to James Chu's discussion Dressed to the 9's
"I'm with Shane on this one, it will take a while to get rid of that damn mental picture thank you very much."
Jun 21, 2012
Rick Shelton replied to James Chu's discussion Dressed to the 9's
"Think spandex of the 80's here in the US.  Thank God you don't see too much of that around anymore!  Nothing brings out the rolls of fat than skin-tight clothing."
Jun 21, 2012

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Jack Bauer replied to Titus Techera's discussion Who's afraid of radical change? in the group The Great Debate
"So, opposing changes you agree with is 'cowardice'.  But, advocating changes you disagree with is ... also 'cowardice'.  Convenient.  We're deathly afraid of change, even though we want changes ...…"
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Steve Dallas replied to Titus Techera's discussion Who's afraid of radical change? in the group The Great Debate
"No, not really. I just find it another form of the very same cowardice. You claim that you want change, but that change is just getting rid of something. Easiest fucking change there is, as you aren't really stepping out and trying something…"
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Jack Bauer replied to Titus Techera's discussion Who's afraid of radical change? in the group The Great Debate
"So ... you completely forgot the changes conservatives want to make when you claimed conservative 'cowardice' in opposing changes?  Convenient.   And probably as close as we'll get to an admission that you're…"
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Steve Dallas replied to Titus Techera's discussion Who's afraid of radical change? in the group The Great Debate
"Ahh yes, good one that I completely forgot. The conservative call for change. Get rid of shit that has anything to do with the government."
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