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Re: Motorcycles, mustangs and grounding!

  • Subject: Re: Motorcycles, mustangs and grounding!
  • From: "Sam" <samk52@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 22:01:03 -0700

You are such a sweet mom Narda.  What a b-day present!  I bet he was
Did he have you take pix of him behind the wheel?
I hope your BiL has a roll bar on this new bike.  My husband laid his
dresser down
going around a curve, he was only doing 5 mph, but the roll bar sure saved
Those dressers are heavy.
Sam I Am
> << Narda, how long was you BiL on a list?  my husband has been trying to
> on
>  a list for a year.  Oh well, maybe next year. >>
> Sharon, I don't think he was on a list, he knows somebody.  He got his
> real cheap considering how they are marked up for resale.
> I didn't pay a lot of attention to the size or anything, it is a nice
> color, very classy.  I was surprised to see him on a bike again as he
> out on a wet exit ramp from the interstate a couple of years ago and if he
> had not been in full leather gear he would have been hamburger.
> OK so hostas are much safer, right?
> Just let my now fifteen year old drive my mustang around a parking lot,
> time with a clutch and he did well.  Do you remember that he is grounded
> forever!  It is his birthday and tomorrow is another day.  N.
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