Thoughts from my garage

I look forward to the time when we don’t have to be divided on which side of the gay marriage thing we stand, and we can go back to the time honored tradition of personally deciding on who’s an a-hole and who isn’t. pffft, People are people.

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He popped a shoeshine rag

You can get a good one, maybe only at  an airport.    He’s that guy in the corner, mostly now.    Beyond that, I don’t know where.    It’s worth your time. Either way, its a great song.      Avoid it, And your shoes look might look like shit.  

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Best. Wedding. Cake. Ever. My Family would spin the Steelers side to the front, and Jordan’s family would spin the Bronco’s side to the front. Over several hours. A true and good football fan, will stand true and never say die. It’s how I knew my daughter married right.

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Respect.

The problem with that cop in Texas who pulled a gun at a pool party, isn’t the fact that he pulled it, or that cops are bad, or whatever it is. Or even the fine line of what rights you have and who crosses it. The whole thing boils down to respect. Show it, and […]

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It is requested

A thing, that maybe not so many people understand.    There’s a time and a place for everything. A level of respect, at the right time in the right place. I’ve been to the tomb of the Unknown Solider.    Right on.   Good call.

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Why I ride

I just was asked to write something for somebody, about motorcycling.   I wrote why I ride just now.    I don’t know if it makes any sense or not.    I just wrote it, and its part of the reason why I ride. —— Why I ride. Honestly, I’ve been trying to answer that question […]

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Focus

A quail, outside the window at work today. A brief moment, but I’m grateful that I don’t have some thing hanging over my head like that, flopping all down in your line of sight when you’re trying to get something done. Its thoughts like these, that maybe that I got nothing done at work today.

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Memorial

I’ve been searching all day to sum up how I feel about memorial Day.    I went into work for a few hours, and figured I’d go down and see my fathers Grave.    It was important to him that he not be forgotten.   I passed a cemetery and saw the traffic jams, and blew […]

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