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Male, 56 years old, and married.  Birthday is December 18, 1962.  Owns a 2004 Yamaha Road Star 1700 XV1700A and 1 other bike.  Interested in females.  Looking for riding partners or friends.  Religious view is Catholic.  Drinks socially.  Lives in Lexington, South Carolina  United States.  Member since April 2008.  Last online today.

Happy New Year everyone.. Nice 11 days off but happy to be back and in the saddle. May 2019 be a wonderful year for all..
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Happy Birthday ! Hope you have a fabulous day -O _!_ -O :*)
Been a busy Holiday Season at work so sending Christmas Wishes now....
Have a fun and Happy Halloween..
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I grew up in Orange, NJ with a summer home in Toms River, NJ at a time when everyone treated each other with respect. We didn't eat a lot of fast food. We drank Kool-aid, ate lunch meat sandwiches, PB&J sandwiches, grilled cheese sandwiches, hot dogs, pot pies but mostly home made meal such as meatloaf, fried potatoes, beans and cornbread.. We grew up during a time when we would gather glass bottles to take to...See More the store and use the deposit money to buy penny candy. (We even got a brown paper bag to put the candy in). You sure could get a lot for 25 cents. We went outside to play games, ride bikes , jumped rope and raced against siblings, played hide and seek, Red Rover, Red light green light, mother may I. There was no bottled water, no microwave or cable tv, no cell phones, no hair straighteners... We ate eggs at the breakfast table before going to school. We watched Giligans Island & American Bandstand or worked in the yard and garden after school and watched some cartoons on Saturday morning. If you were bad in school, you got in trouble there and when you got home you got in trouble again because they magically already knew. Paddling was allowed in school and you behaved yourself or else. We would ride our bikes for hours all without a cell phone or electronic games. You LEARNED from your parents instead of disrespecting them and treating them as if they knew nothing. What they said might as well have been the gospel. If someone had a fight, that's what it was...a fist fight and you were back to being friends after. Kids that were around guns were taught to respect them and never thought of taking a life. You had to be close enough to home to hear your Mom yelling to tell you it’s time to come home for dinner. There were no worries that someone would snatch us up never to be seen again. We ate around the dinner table and talked to each other. School was MANDATORY. We said the Pledge of Allegiance and listened to our teachers. We watched what we said around our elders because we knew If we DISRESPECTED any grown up we would get our behinds busted. It wasn't called abuse, it was called discipline! We held doors, carried groceries and gave up our seat without being asked to. You didn't hear curse words on the radio or TV, and IF you cursed you did it away from the public or you got your mouth washed out with a bar of soap. “Please” and “Thank you”, “yes ma’am” and “no ma’am” were part of our daily dialogue! Re-post if you're thankful for your childhood and will never forget where you came from! Wouldn't it be nice if it were possible to get back to this way of life? Copy and paste... change the Town to where you lived. Lots of good times and memories!
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Well, we were lucky that we were not north, northeast of Florence.. it rained for two days be we still did not get near the amount and damage that our neighbors to the north and northeast of us did.. Even though the eye traveled right over Columbia at an ever so slow pace, we were spared.. My thoughts and prayers go out to those in the north east of SC and all of NC.. Be careful it is still not over and the rivers have to send the water somewhere so there is still change of flooding and disaster in its path.. Be careful and safe out there...
Hurricane Update - Though the storm has been downgraded to a Category 2 it is still being called the storm of the century apparently.. it is nearly 400 miles wide and they say it will stall at the coast of SC and dump up to 40" of rain over the next three days in some areas with lots of inland flooding.. It is beautiful here where I work in Aiken today but the seawall has already been breached in NC just above...See More the SC border. The track is now predicted to head straight for Columbia, SC where I live by Saturday and head up to Greenville, SC and onto NC and TN by Sunday... It is still a massive tropical depression that does not look to be going away.
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