It's been working for Harley for years. The same rubes who think nascar is real racing think V-TWIN THUNDER(tm) equals mass horsepower
All you need is a plastic milk jug full of Miller Genuine Draft, with a picture of Dale Earnhardt shaking hands with Jesus on it, a rebel flag, and a Harley Bar and shield for $2.00 and the fans would fill the stands every sunday.
the thing about that is, it's not so unlikely to see me riding the Guzzi some day soon...
but what are my chances of getting a leg over Monica?
nope, sorry... nothing wrong with dreaming but at the end of the day we have to live in the real world. I'll save my pennies for the Guzzi & continue to hit on the local 35ish-but-fit soccer moms. They may not be perfect but they're available weekday afternoons!
LOL. Good one. I wish I could post the new map going around that shows all the red states being called Jesusland and all the blue states merged with Cananda (and called the United States of Canada). Send me mail and I'll send it to anyone that wants it.
That's what exit pollers found to be the prevalent beliefs out in Utah. They must have talked to you..... I am sure Utah feels a lot safer banning gay marriages.....as they allow polygamy to flourish underground. We have the largest deficits in history, an unecessary War and tax cuts for the rich, but boy at least the gays can't get married.
Now I feel better thanks seruzaWacko for opening the door
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I'm not opposed to gay marriage. I'm not religious. I do generally approve of our current foriegn policy. I do live in the great Soviet Socialist Republic of New York. I do believe that we have far too many wasteful layers of government. I do believe that we have too many laws designed to "save us from ourselves." I'm pro-choice. But on the other hand, I'm totally opposed to late-term abortions. I do not think John Kerry is the anti-christ. I do not think George W. Bush is the anti-christ. I do not believe John Kerry would have solved all of our problems with the wave of his hand. I do not think George W. Bush will solve all of our problems with the wave of his hand. Given the choice, I supported George W. Bush. I don't believe that anyone should have any spiritual agenda forced down their throats. I do believe that our morals are crumbling.
So I must conclude that I'm a wishy-washy, selfish, idiotic theocrat who obviously doesn't give a hoot about anyone else and can do nothing but negatively affect society.
(As for Kpaul, he asks for it. Don't overanalyze it.)
I get your point. And yes they are generalizations. But I was just using them to illustrate a point myself, that it's not that big of a deal what one individual on a board thinks or opines. I do more or less agree with my generalizations because I've formed them from experience and much thought. But Seruzawa, I have also learned better. I know I should not judge by generalization, and I try not to, but it is difficult when the majority of the described people that I have encountered fit into those generalizations. What am I to do? Ignore my life's experiences?
Red State idiot (facts and data time again) Red State morality..
I don't see how he can be, he didn't make any sense at all. All I heard was he was concerned about big government and moral values. Yet Bush has created the largest federal budget deficit in history by continuing the growth in government while giving the rich a tax cut during in a war. As far as morals. Bush is not a moral champ. He goes AWOL and never completes his tour of duty (Kerry does 2 tours of Nam). His dad pulls strings to get him in Yale despite his 200 pt lower test scores than other Yale Freshmen. This means he cheated to get in and someone else was left out. Is that an example of good morality? He did the same thing to get in the Air Guard. He skipped OTS while others had to go. Is that moral? . He never worked an honest days work. Is that moral?