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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-13-2002, 09:08 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-16-2002, 02:45 AM
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I dunno why i see alot of bikes in Council bluffs..

there's hope in the words and emotion in the eyes
it's so easy to be misled by the savvy gentle guise
and like fools we trust the delivery
but it's all just drunk sincerity
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i live up about 45 miles north of sioux city iowa

i got rid of the yamaha 660r raptor, traded for a 1999 cbr 900 RR!!WOW
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Anyone close, or in ames?
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Anyone close, or in ames?
i've been to ames several times, but now they're out of business

iowa, huh. i couldn't do it. i'd miss the ocean too much. isn't it like REALLY flat out there?

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iowa, huh. i couldn't do it. i'd miss the ocean too much. isn't it like REALLY flat out there?

Yes, doesn't everyone know that it's flat, all corn, and smells like pigs....oh and we have a bunch of potatoes for you morons that can't figure out the difference between Iowa and Idaho.
Parts are flat yes, no more so than 3/4's of Colorado, or all of nebraska, kansas, missouri, s/n dakota, or half of the rest of the country. No it does not smell, yes we are bored sometimes, no we are not hicks...yes there are a shit load of roads to ride....and I do trailer or take road trips....
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Yes, doesn't everyone know that it's flat, all corn, and smells like pigs....oh and we have a bunch of potatoes for you morons that can't figure out the difference between Iowa and Idaho.
Parts are flat yes, no more so than 3/4's of Colorado, or all of nebraska, kansas, missouri, s/n dakota, or half of the rest of the country. No it does not smell, yes we are bored sometimes, no we are not hicks...yes there are a shit load of roads to ride....and I do trailer or take road trips....
i'm from new england and there are TONS of hills and twisties here. my brother lives out that way and he was telling me that it is so unlike here.

oh, BTW. there's no E in potato

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oh, BTW. there's no E in potato
When it's plural there is
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got me!

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