Do we have a Bandidos (1%er motorcycl...
musicman

Albuquerque, NM

#85 Apr 21, 2014
Yes. I know people with them and other MC's. Though there is not as much drugs and arms deals as a show like Sons of Anarchy, these guys have people who will kill you without a second thought. They are not jst bikers who want to ride and be left alone, if they were they would be solo riders and not in a club. They strip other MC's clubs patches, you can not ride in their town as a seperate club even if you are just a riding club and not and outlaw group. They are the second largest gang in the world and have people everywhere who have served time and are willing to go back. Several members including some higher ups have been investigated and tried for murder. These guys were founded in TX and run the southwest, they are everywhere in my town.
Nomad 07 wrote:
Do you know any Bandidos? Do you really think that tv shows like Gangland portray the truth about these people who have families and jobs that basically just want to ride their motorcycles and be left alone. If you Want to know what the world is coming to watch the election news and everyone on tv having to apologize for what they have said that has offended someone. This country was founded on personal freedoms that our government has slowly and systematically taken away from us. They are the ones you should be afraid of because they won't leave you alone.
If you show them respect, a Bandido can be a good friend our government will never be a good friend anymore!
So Who's The enemy?

“Do You Know”

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#86 Apr 24, 2014
Cot wrote:
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You mean government?
No the Bandido. What you mean they as bad as the government!
SWRC KEVIN

Plantersville, MS

#87 Apr 27, 2014
Dan M wrote:
<quoted text>I am trying to figure out how to as well. I do not personally know any members but they live nearby and I see a few on taco Thursday in Tacoma. I know you just don't approach them and ask so I am just as lost as you. Any suggestion would be nice. Orting, wa
To be one ask one
SWRC KEVIN

Plantersville, MS

#88 Apr 27, 2014
musicman wrote:
Yes. I know people with them and other MC's. Though there is not as much drugs and arms deals as a show like Sons of Anarchy, these guys have people who will kill you without a second thought. They are not jst bikers who want to ride and be left alone, if they were they would be solo riders and not in a club. They strip other MC's clubs patches, you can not ride in their town as a seperate club even if you are just a riding club and not and outlaw group. They are the second oklargest gang in the world and have people everywhere who have served time and are willing to go back. Several members including some higher ups have been investigated and tried for murder. These guys were founded in TX and run the southwest, they are everywhere in my town. <quoted text>


You watch to much television.
anonymous

Ridgeland, MS

#89 May 9, 2014
Thumper wrote:
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I knew a woman that once asked the local cops if they ever had trouble with the biker bar down the street. We had clubbers and civilians there. He said "no ma'am. We don't need to go there. They handle things themselves and don't allow things to get out of control".
The Amber Alert... When Amber first went missing, we got a visit from her mother with a request. Next thing you know, there are about 100 of us out looking for the little girl.
There's a LOT of things you don't know about people like us. You only believe in the stereotype.
I'd say bikers contribute quite a bit to society.
not in a biker group. Have had the pleasure of meeting some. Just like with all humanity there will always be a bad apple or two. What we all need to remember is not to assume just because one does something bad does not mean all the people associated with them are bad.
there are alot of good things being done by biker groups.
Queit

Tupelo, MS

#90 May 9, 2014
"there are alot of good things being done by biker groups."
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Make noise all night with their bikes and pollute the air?

Since: Mar 14

Ashburn, VA

#91 May 23, 2014
Queit wrote:
"there are alot of good things being done by biker groups."
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Make noise all night with their bikes and pollute the air?
It sure is great to live in a country where patriots are free to ride our loud bikes all night.
Why don't you go put some new poker cards in your spokes, so you can feel like a real man too?
Do people laugh in your face, or do they wait until you leave?
Rob

Tupelo, MS

#92 May 23, 2014
"t sure is great to live in a country where patriots are free to ride our loud bikes all night."
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There are sound laws. They are only selectively enforced.

Since: Mar 14

Ashburn, VA

#93 May 23, 2014
I think you mean 110 decibles is loud enough to bother you, but not loud enough to justify a ticket.
Other than complain, what do you do to fix all the injustices you percieve in this world?
Rob

Tupelo, MS

#94 May 24, 2014
"Other than complain, what do you do to fix all the injustices you percieve in this world?"
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Not obey the law either. If government has failed take advantage of it. Welcome to the future.
Anarchist

Ashburn, VA

#95 May 24, 2014
That is what I've been saying all along. When an egghead like you agrees, revolution is right around the corner.
otra mas

Ashburn, VA

#96 Jul 16, 2014
any way wanted to let everyone know that the anniversary of Don E Chambers is right around the corner and one certainly hopes that the man who started it all would have a cold beer in his memory ..actually he preferred Canadian mist on twant to meethe rocks and this old school guy out of Houston in the beginning got to spend a lot of time with the man before he kicked the bucket.down on Lindsey st. in El Paso...Very well spoken and most interesting dude you would ever want to meet. spent many hours discussing bike talk and history of therchant e club.After he died I went to Mexico and found I could live here with less money and more freedom then I ever had in the united snakes..yeah we shared a lot of things in common...twhat he marines ..merchant ships...bikes ...good looking gals...etc etc..So even with all the f ups in his life turned out he was just a regular dude that bled red like the rest of us..and I am personally grateful for having the pleasure of being his friend and for what he was able to accomplish coming back from the Nam...So any of y'all looking for a place to kick it come on down to the lake Chapala area south of Guadalajara and relax ..
bffb
facts

Ripley, MS

#97 Aug 1, 2014
Mississippi resident wrote:
All outlaw bikers in the state of Mississippi when they go to prison they have to get protection from the (Simon city royal knights.) They absolutely 100% run the white population in the prison systems in the state of Mississippi. and I'm just being honest Royal knights run
Mississippi
Lol, the Simon City Royal Knights dont run shit in prison or in the street...jst a bunch of weak ass white boys tryin to play gangsta! Royal knights are nothing but do-boys for the Gangster Disciples! Real white trash....get a f'n life moron, ur not in Chicago...oh that's right, Royals aren't either anymore, they got ran out by the Latin Kings and Black Peace Stone's
Indian Andy

Monett, MO

#98 Sep 11, 2014
Freedom lol wrote:
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The thing is that yes we were founded on personal freedoms but most people just want what they believe is right to be free, others people they think dont deserve freedoms.
Being in any club that has rules restricts your freedom. I wore a patch for many years. It may be good for some, but not for me.
Yup

United States

#99 Sep 14, 2014
Yes and here to stay. North Mississippi is being covered with Red & Gold. Give Respect where Respect is given but always remember God Forgives Bandidos Don't
none of your business

United States

#100 Sep 21, 2014
citizen against crime wrote:
Seems to me there a lot of people posting here, anonymously of course, who would crap thier pants if they ever came face to face with a real Bandido.
I came face to face with a bandido once... Wearing my Support 81 gear. He wouldn't get out of his truck! It was right after Sturgis. He was a "badass" in a pick up truck. Wasn't even on a bike. fairweather rider is what he was.
Independant Biker

Battle Creek, MI

#101 Oct 7, 2014
Dan M wrote:
<quoted text>I am trying to figure out how to as well. I do not personally know any members but they live nearby and I see a few on taco Thursday in Tacoma. I know you just don't approach them and ask so I am just as lost as you. Any suggestion would be nice. Orting, wa
Why not approach them? They are people just like you! I am not saying go up and play 20 question. Go and introduce yourself and have a beer with one. Be respectful and they will treat you in kind.
KelloggsHome

Covington, KY

#102 Oct 7, 2014
Independant Biker wrote:
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Why not approach them? They are people just like you! I am not saying go up and play 20 question. Go and introduce yourself and have a beer with one. Be respectful and they will treat you in kind.
Buy em some Frosted Flakes, Tony!
jerry

Tupelo, MS

#103 Oct 7, 2014
You do not earn respect by driving around on a noisy machine or drinking beer.
Wrecking Ball

Olympia, WA

#104 Oct 23, 2014
All you losers out there talking shit about Red&Gold Nation are a bunch of quiters that didnt earn no respect and wouldnt know how if you had to. You talk shit behind close doors cause your to much a pussy to say it to their faces. I would like to see you try it! In my world you get what you give respect given is respect earned. No Regrets No Remorse! RGBF

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