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Old 03-17-2010
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Yup, I've seen them as cheap as $2500. Just a suggestion to get him thinking. LR
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lol,. thanks guys, but like i said, this is a long time down the road...
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lol,. thanks guys, but like i said, this is a long time down the road...
so, we can all dream right?

aint nothin wrong with that!
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so, we can all dream right?

aint nothin wrong with that!
i sure hope so... (warning: completely off topic and F*U*C*K*E*D UP) i mean, just last night i had a dream about something crazy... i don't remember all of it, but i jumped down this hill, to a group of people (10-15 people) crowded around something, all happy, and was like "WHAT'S UP YO?" and they all turned around, when i realized that they were all of a certain ethnic background, won't name it, as i will come off as racist if i were to... but a racial background which has a reputation (albeit truthful or false) for being aggressive... and they all turned to me and my buddy and did not look happy... then when i saw what they were crowded around, it was a white guy, chained to this table type deal, with a red handkerchief tied around his head, in a gag, and he was looking at us screaming, with that look of "i'm about to die, help me" in his eyes... i don't remember anything of him from the waist down but he wasn't wearing a shirt. this is the point that i realized they weren't happy to see me and the friend i was with (who i can remember nothing about, other than he was male) that's when we booked it full speed away from there and i woke up...

weirdest part about it, i am in no way racist at all, nor did anything racist happen in the past few days, that could have had an impact on my subconscious... the only thing i can think was i was watching cops and they referred to a couple people as "a couple of our black officers" who were doing an undercover sting...

this make any sense to anybody?
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....and you posted that here....why?

if your racist, its fine. so is the rest of the freakin world, including myself. its just the few that admit it.
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i sure hope so... (warning: completely off topic and F*U*C*K*E*D UP) i mean, just last night i had a dream about something crazy... i don't remember all of it, but i jumped down this hill, to a group of people (10-15 people) crowded around something, all happy, and was like "WHAT'S UP YO?" and they all turned around, when i realized that they were all of a certain ethnic background, won't name it, as i will come off as racist if i were to... but a racial background which has a reputation (albeit truthful or false) for being aggressive... and they all turned to me and my buddy and did not look happy... then when i saw what they were crowded around, it was a white guy, chained to this table type deal, with a red handkerchief tied around his head, in a gag, and he was looking at us screaming, with that look of "i'm about to die, help me" in his eyes... i don't remember anything of him from the waist down but he wasn't wearing a shirt. this is the point that i realized they weren't happy to see me and the friend i was with (who i can remember nothing about, other than he was male) that's when we booked it full speed away from there and i woke up...

weirdest part about it, i am in no way racist at all, nor did anything racist happen in the past few days, that could have had an impact on my subconscious... the only thing i can think was i was watching cops and they referred to a couple people as "a couple of our black officers" who were doing an undercover sting...

this make any sense to anybody?
Hmmmm was it a dream or a fantasy?
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i'm not racist... racist is a bad way to explain it... i don't give a **** where your ancestors are from or who they were, or what religion you are in, or what colour your skin is... what I DO care about, is where you are from, and what qualities you bring to my country...

if you come here (to canada) and tell me that you used to be able to do something back in your country, and thus, should be able to do it here, **** YOU, GET OUT OF MY COUNTRY! people who come here and have the custom back home to beat their wife, or use certain kinds of drugs, or really, even take time off work (with pay of course) or school (when i was a kid) because your new years is in february? **** that... you are in canada, and new years is in december (and january)... if you want new years in february, you should go back where you came from...

then there is the argument that our country treats people better than theirs does... well, we might treat you better, but you don't live in that country anymore, so what perks you DID have are gone unless it is already a custom here...

you are muslim, you don't eat pork, and need to pray 5 times a day... fill your boots, that's not causing ANY difference to anyone else... but you are working, and need that time as a paid break from work, while i sit and continue on... not going to ****ing fly with me...

like i said though, it's not the race that i have an issue with, it's the people refusing to adapt to canadian way of life, and canadian laws...

perfect example, back home, there is a high population of people, who wear a certain head dress... not going to name names, but i'm sure a lot of people know what i am talking about... back home, it is illegal to ride a bicycle without a CSA approved helmet... well, the helmets that walmart sells, do not fit over the head dress, and the ones that were custom made, to fit over them, are too big, bulky, and they "look dumb" so they are exempt from the law (no i'm not kidding, it was ruled in court that they cannot be ticketed for it) but me, being a white male, has to wear a helmet... i later saw a person, from that same group of people, riding an R1 down the road, no helmet, because he's got his head dress (we also have a DOT approved helmet law for motorcycles) an R1 is a 1000 cc (61cui) crotch rocket, built by yamaha? it is quite fast, quite powerful bike... but yet i need to wear a helmet on my bike, which is not nearly as fast as that (not that that should make a difference)

i'm sure most of you don't care about my pointless rant above... just things that **** me off... if you love the country you used to live in, so much, GO THE **** BACK THERE!!!!



and reason for posting in this thread, well, the original topic was more or less dead, and it came into my mind, when i read who ever it was, write "we can always dream" or what ever it was... because that was a dream...
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Hmmmm was it a dream or a fantasy?
hey... you leave my friday nights out of it

lol, it was a dream, i don't allow that many people to watch...
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lol alright
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hey... you leave my friday nights out of it

lol, it was a dream, i don't allow that many people to watch...
LMFAO was this the dream dude

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LMFAO was this the dream dude

not so much....


my guy had regular sized arms
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not so much....


my guy had regular sized arms
lol i just noticed that
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LMFAO was this the dream dude

way to kill a perfectly informational thread...
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