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Matty
PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 9:10 am  Reply with quote
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darth n8r wrote:
Am I wrong or do the regulars still exist?


It's pretty safe to say that the Regulars are dead. Look for something new soon, but you're already part of the coolest club in town so it doesn't matter so much!

I'd say this board should just be "Minnescoota" and open to everyone and then people can have their sub groups(vintage/modern/stella/whatever) on their own. And the Sunday rides are 'Minnescoota' rides now, not Regulars, kinda like the Norton club with 1st Thursdays, got out of hand and do our own thing now.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 10:44 am  Reply with quote
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Well, that explains why I never heard anything back when I registered to be Regular. Or maybe I should have used an alias...
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 11:48 am  Reply with quote
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If you want to join the regulars, there's really only one major qualificiation:





This is also supposed to be a remedy for irritable bowel syndrome, so perhaps the disappearance of the regulars and the uprising of all the crabbiness isn't necessarily a coincidence.

Whether this means The Regulars are more or less full of crap, I have yet to determine.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 2:03 pm  Reply with quote
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Maybe it's just me... but my experience is that the "core" Regulars are a pretty good bunch. I ride a Stella, have owned (and likely will own again) older Vespas, and my wife rides a modern Twist-N-Go (Buddy 125). I don't presume to be part of the "inner circle" so maybe mine is just an outsiders view.

Eagan has ALWAYS been very friendly and open, more than willing to share opinions and humor. Jeremys 1 - 3,186 have been great, except for Jeremy 1,718 and 2,111 who have been kind of jerky. Nates 2 - 861 seem very nice (never met Nate number 1).

I don't get what the big deal is. Our paths cross when they cross and don't when they don't. So?

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wheres mojo willy when you need him?

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 3:07 pm  Reply with quote
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EvilScooterKitty wrote:
Maybe it's just me... but my experience is that the "core" Regulars are a pretty good bunch.


It IS just you. the core group of "Regulars" are nothing but snotty punks. Particuliarly Egan.
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SS180 wrote:


It IS just you. the core group of "Regulars" are nothing but snotty punks. Particuliarly Egan.


Aren't the regulars kind of old to be "punks"? Hell, they're just about as old as me and I'm thinking hip replacement.

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Well, Johnny Rotten turned 50 this year. Had he lived, Joey Ramone would be 55 right now.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 3:49 pm  Reply with quote
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OK, good point.

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Brad wrote:
Aren't the regulars kind of old to be "punks"?


The city keeps us young, the 'burbs make you old...

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Word, Bitches.

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[quote="Brad"][quote="SS180"]

It IS just you. the core group of "Regulars" are nothing but snotty punks. Particuliarly Egan.[/quote]

Aren't the regulars kind of old to be "punks"? Hell, they're just about as old as me and I'm thinking hip replacement.[/quote]

Tommy IS the hip replacement.

Yeah I'm snotty who cares, blow me nose.

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Matty wrote:


The city keeps us young, the 'burbs make you old...


Did I mention that senility starts setting in at about 40?

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