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A Harley, Jolly Christmas: Carlsbad bikers stage toy drive for Christmas Anonymous

There are 22 comments on the Carlsbad Current-Argus story from Dec 2, 2012, titled A Harley, Jolly Christmas: Carlsbad bikers stage toy drive for Christmas Anonymous. In it, Carlsbad Current-Argus reports that:

Festive bikers with toys strapped to their Harleys participated in the 12th annual Biker Toy Run held by the Brotherhood of the 74 Saturday afternoon.

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Hobbs, NM

#21 May 8, 2014
sp wrote:
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You really should shut up. Lemme guess, you're one of those people who couldn't ever afford a bike so you treat those who can like dirt..wow, do you feel like a big person now?! If you don't like motorcycles then oh well, that doesn't mean you need to judge someone just because they do like motorcycles. Besides, I think there are only a few bikers that I've seen who even fit into the category that you're describing. MOST of them are very good people who have money and nice homes. They did a toy run out of the kindness of their hearts. Instead of complaining on the computer why don't you go do something useful and maybe try to help out the people in your community... Oh wait, never mind...that would require you to have to get off your ass and do something!!
as one of the carlsbad, nm anayas we respect all bikers .. if you are one that includes you .. so thank you for all your guys love and support through out the year my grandfather Ray Anaya love the bikers i remember standing by him and see him in tears when he would hear the bikes at the bike run.. so thank you all bikers no matter what you guys look like.. some people just assume .. its called stereotyping .. not always true .. God bless

Hobbs, NM

#22 May 8, 2014
brotheratarms wrote:
We dont go to show off to anyone, its our way of life, we are professionals within your community, if you ever thought to get to know us you would probably have a different opinion. as far as the loud pipes, well at least you know were there so you dont turn into us, I myself have a very quiet Harley, with that said I have had to pull over to the shoulder due to people turning in my lane, its not very fun being on a 1200 lb. machine and being faced with a 4,000 lb car. Anyway the money we donate and the toys mean alot to the child who has nothing. before anyone talks us down, walk a mile in our shoes!!
as a carlsbad, nm anaya .. i would just like to say my grandfather Ray Anaya was so grateful for the bikers .. he highly respected all of the bikers
.. i remember standing by him and see him in tears when he would hear the bikes at the bike run . so thank you all carlsbad nm bikers or anyothers who participated in the christmas anonymous bike run.. you guys are truly amazing thank you for putting a smile on not only my grandfathers face but all those kid's too .. God bless ..

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