Outlaw motorcycle clubs in huntington
Charleston

Greensboro, NC

#266 Feb 22, 2010
The Iron Order MC would clean up the area. Too bad the RDMC got run off.
RDMC

Manchester, MI

#267 Feb 22, 2010
RDMC supports no one
Blacktop

Greensboro, NC

#268 Feb 22, 2010
And no one supports RDMC
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Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI

#270 Feb 24, 2010
Georgia Power Company: Well said Brother. Everyone thinks they're a badass when they use a keyboard to talk sh*t.

Ya better not be calling ME old... Not to old to kick your sorry azz! LMAO!

AFFA/LADA
GeorgiaPowerComp any

Jacksonville, FL

#271 Feb 25, 2010
Michigan wrote:
Georgia Power Company: Well said Brother. Everyone thinks they're a badass when they use a keyboard to talk sh*t.
Ya better not be calling ME old... Not to old to kick your sorry azz! LMAO!
AFFA/LADA
Naw, I aint callin you old, I was tryin ta get another old bastards attention. Damm right about the shit talkin. I dont ever think im a bad ass, just dont take no shit. Whats the old sayin... Aint the size of the dawg in the fight, Its the size of the fight in the dawg!!!
Old School

AOL

#272 Feb 25, 2010
Yawn,ok you guys woke me up and somebody ate my cheese!
GeorgiaPowerComp any

Jacksonville, FL

#273 Feb 25, 2010
Old School wrote:
Yawn,ok you guys woke me up and somebody ate my cheese!
WOW, talk about surprises, actually, I was refering to Huntington Old School, but you'll do. And I didnt eat the cheese... couldnt find any apple pie to go with it!!!AFFA/LADA
P.S. Fuzzy cant come home til May 28th. no room where hes gonna be stayin
Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI

#274 Feb 26, 2010
If you got pie I'll tell the doorman to let ya in when ya get up this way.

AFFA/LADA
AOL23

Hazel Park, MI

#275 Feb 26, 2010
such a surprise coming to you all
GeorgiaPowerComp any

Jacksonville, FL

#276 Feb 27, 2010
Michigan wrote:
If you got pie I'll tell the doorman to let ya in when ya get up this way.
AFFA/LADA
Hey Michigan, Ill bring the pie if you'll make the tea!
Mongoose

AOL

#277 Feb 27, 2010
My tail is all fluffy
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lake 15 support

Lima, OH

#279 Mar 31, 2010
YOU GUYS NEED IS TO GO FOR A RIDE AND GET OFF THE COMPUTER BEFORE YOU GET YOUR A$% IN A JAM ,AND BE CAREFULL YOU DONT KNOW WHAT OR WHO IS READING THIS AND CAN EASILY GET YOUR ADDRESS,AND SHOW UP FOR BREAKFAST ..LOL....LOL
hah

Ladson, SC

#280 Apr 5, 2010
ha
Ride free

South Hill, VA

#281 Apr 8, 2010
GeorgiaPowerCompany wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Michigan, Ill bring the pie if you'll make the tea!
What has this post become, an Avenger ice cream social discussion? Why don't you comic book heros put down the pie, the beer, and the meth, and actually go ride some? Is is mc mean mainly cars?
The problem with the "clubs" in general is that there no longer about freedom and motorcycles. When the clubs first started coming forming, they were about brotherhood and sharing something you loved to do with your brothers (and taking care of your brothers). The original bikers did what they wanted to do. They rode when and where they wanted, how they wanted and they didn't answer to anyone. Modern "clubs" have rules, hierarchy, mandatory meetings and rides, club house duty. You have to do this, don't do that. You gotta "dress like a biker" and do stuff "like a biker". The freedom is gone, the fun is gone. All you have with a modern club is lost time, spent money, and headache.
But surely brotherhood is still there, right? Some outlaw clubs make their members retire or kick them out if they can't ride anymore, or lose their bike. Members with 20 years of service kicked to the curb cause they didn't follow the rules. What kind of brotherhood is that? And believe you me, I have seen first hand what one "brother" will do to another "brother" if he doesn't like him or wants him out of the club. And look at the lost rebels and the pegans, they couldn't wait to testify against their "brothers" to get a reduced sentence.
I don't know how many times I've heard somone say, well I'd like to ride here or ride there but I can't cause my club has a meeting or a party. Trust me, if you like to ride you motorcyle, and I don't mean just from bar to bar, then you don't wanna be in an outlaw club, or any club for that matter.(continued next post)
Ride free

South Hill, VA

#282 Apr 8, 2010
(continued) And back to the outlaw clubs in huntington, and mostly to the avengers: What's the deal with wanting to be the tough guys? What's with shutting down little social clubs and beating up people in bars? Seriously, step back and think about what it is you do and why you do it. If you're not selling drugs why do you need fear/respect and why do you need to protect your territory? Outside your little social click, you're nobodies. You think that the public fears you and that means they respect you? How about this, I know this is a hard concept to grasp, but if you really wanna be a top notch man try being a real man. Contribute to soceity a little, be fathers to your kids, husbands to your wives. Think about other people as humans with their own lives and their own problems and just let them be, or even better, be nice to them. You know, even the original gangsters from the 20's AND 30's were men. They stood up for each other, had respect, dressed respectfully, and they did their business. Albeit it was not legal what they did, and they were theifs and murderers, but they were men.
For those of you in the clubs that were bullied or abused as a child or just didn't fit in with the in crowd, ask yourself why you're really in a club. What does the club do for you? And then ask yourself this, would you take a bullet for ANYONE wearing your patch? Would you take the fall for one of your "brothers"? Would you give him money when he needs it, ride your bike when he needs one, leave on a moments notice to help him out? If you can't say, without a doubt, yes to all of those questions you are not a good brother and you don't deserve your patch. If you wanna be a "biker" you go all or none and that means take care of a brother you don't like just as well as you would one you do. And for what it's worth, I know many guys from many different clubs yet I don't know a sigle one that would be a true "good brother".
Have fun calling me names and saying I don't know what I'm talking about. In your heart you know everything I've said here is true. You'll have more true friends riding free than you ever would riding in a club. So ride hard, ride long, ride free---
harleyrider

Louisa, KY

#283 Apr 15, 2010
Ride free wrote:
<quoted text>
What has this post become, an Avenger ice cream social discussion? Why don't you comic book heros put down the pie, the beer, and the meth, and actually go ride some? Is is mc mean mainly cars?
The problem with the "clubs" in general is that there no longer about freedom and motorcycles. When the clubs first started coming forming, they were about brotherhood and sharing something you loved to do with your brothers (and taking care of your brothers). The original bikers did what they wanted to do. They rode when and where they wanted, how they wanted and they didn't answer to anyone. Modern "clubs" have rules, hierarchy, mandatory meetings and rides, club house duty. You have to do this, don't do that. You gotta "dress like a biker" and do stuff "like a biker". The freedom is gone, the fun is gone. All you have with a modern club is lost time, spent money, and headache.
But surely brotherhood is still there, right? Some outlaw clubs make their members retire or kick them out if they can't ride anymore, or lose their bike. Members with 20 years of service kicked to the curb cause they didn't follow the rules. What kind of brotherhood is that? And believe you me, I have seen first hand what one "brother" will do to another "brother" if he doesn't like him or wants him out of the club. And look at the lost rebels and the pegans, they couldn't wait to testify against their "brothers" to get a reduced sentence.
I don't know how many times I've heard somone say, well I'd like to ride here or ride there but I can't cause my club has a meeting or a party. Trust me, if you like to ride you motorcyle, and I don't mean just from bar to bar, then you don't wanna be in an outlaw club, or any club for that matter.(continued next post)
AMEN brother!!!! well said my friend ,,,well said!!!!
D- BO

United States

#284 Apr 19, 2010
RDMC wrote:
<quoted text>again you are going to have a little surprise come spring.
Its spring were you at....
BULL

United States

#285 Apr 19, 2010
babygurl01 wrote:
if u read the orginal post it said they were running guns and drugs.yeah we knew people who had proctection.but not selling or running them and Big Les is and always will be my brother and i know why he left u really don't have a clue he was gettin in bad health.Just think i lived in the house where the back yard widows started.and if what u wrote about who carried what ,that wasn't all so they did good job.i have been through all times with mcb,tri-state,and now rebels.u can't tell me sumthing i already know, now can ya<quoted text>
Lets get a few things correct before i go on if you was with tri-state mcb and you lived in the house where the widows started then you must be a blond that got hooked on drugs and crack.if you lived in the house where the widows started then you lived in ohio and was sent back to huntington because you had a drug problem and a few other things and as far as the mcb and tri-state deal during the mcb rallies you would have been about 16 and the tri-state club bout 12 correct ill stop there for now i know who you are and your full of s*&#
BULL

United States

#286 Apr 19, 2010
Im not from nitro but i have one more thing for this baby girl if you are who i think you are then this would make sense rufus a white bike with blue flames back in the day....
Moose

Greensboro, NC

#287 Apr 20, 2010
RDMC are just a bunch of drunks and have no friends in the MC world.

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