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Just what we need...another piece of celebrity driven ass jewelry... and I'm sure Tyler knows all about how to design a motorcycle from years of sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll...stick to what you know dude...
 

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OMG- rock stars and bikes`are nearly as bad as football players and bikes. Gimme real news.
 

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Aren't they as old as the Stones by now? I mean, how many times can you hear "Dream On" before you want to gouge your ears out with a garden trowel?
 

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He's probably the UGLIEST sumbiotch in Rock-N-Roll today.



But, his Daughter sure is hot - 'specially in that Elf Outfit - don't that wanna make you just eat her alive?
 

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Apparently they do - from the Aerosmith website:

http://www.aeroforceone.com/index.cfm/pk/view/cd/NAA/cdid/718217/pid/302766

OCTOBER 20, 2006

"DESTINATION DAYTONA"

DAYTONA, FL (August 11, 2006) — Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and Bruce Rossmeyer, CEO of 13 Harley-Davidson® locations, including the World’s Largest Harley-Davidson® dealership located at Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona, along with guidance of Rossmeyer’s personal custom motorcycle designer, Tim Gabel, have teamed up to design and produce "The Steven Tyler Signature Series," a one-of-a-kind collection of Steven Tyler-inspired, custom designed motorcycles.


It goes on to tell of several "Firsts" in the Motorcycle Industry - like the first Steven Tyler Logo on a bike, and "The collection will also showcase a powerful, baritone-producing, Harley-Davidson® 1690cc Twim Cam 103® engine which screams louder than Tyler himself " amongst the many other "Firsts".

Or something like that..................
 

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Oh yeah - almost forgot -



-TPTB Client *and* President
 
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