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New Years Eve
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Cleats    Posted 01-01-2004 at 11:08:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
Gosh, I love new years eve. The wife and I made it about 42 in a row last night. Had good fun, smoked a pack of cigaretts, had three beers, saw no drunks, not on the road or anyplace else. (did hear about a guy falling asleep coming home from work, ended up in the ditch, banged up his car and himself) The wife won again. We even got in a little dancing later at a country music place. Got in at 4 this morning, love the world this morning. God is great. He knows how to make a world.

toolman    Posted 01-01-2004 at 12:25:57       [Reply]  [No Email]
42 good for you folks workin on 24 here now, stayed home myself watched all the fire works out the window, decided to head to bed , figured id have a piece of lemon pie first turned on the tv, ended up not getting to bed untill 5, spent new years with indian larry and biker billy, those two can sure build some beautiful bikes, then they went on a run to sturgis , i think a guy has to make it there at least once before he leaves this world, ended up finishing the night and the pie and a box of choclate chip cookies ,over at jessies in the monster gargage, all in all a pretty good way to stay out of trouble until i woke the wife up crawling into bed at 5am .willy theres a project for you , bike building some of them sell for well over 150000 to build myself one if i can find the time and money.

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