“Maiden of Mayhem”

Since: May 08

OMFUG

#117 May 14, 2014
Harrison Freebird wrote:
<quoted text> She/it always posts in this manner. 3 years ago I was posting about a horrific wildfire burning out of control near my hometown of Reno Nevada and was detailing how sad it was for the total loss of over 100 homes, cattle and horses and other animals lost to the fire. Out of the blue this crazed female posted how she hoped the fire would not be contained until the entire town was lost in fire.
She claims to be married with children witch I have pity for.
Hope you're having a great spring which carries on through all summer Ms. Grace.
I'm glad you remember because I have no idea who you are.
Harrison Freebird

New Bern, NC

#118 May 14, 2014
victoria1 wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm glad you remember because I have no idea who you are.
I understand. One of the many side effects of female hormonal imbalance is selective memory.
Again, I understand
Krypteia

Lewes, UK

#119 May 14, 2014
victoria1 wrote:
<quoted text>
I can't take credit for the used tampon breakfast sandwich as much as I'd like too, it was in an episode of Orange is the New Black. I just stole it.
Over here they put bells on tampons but only for the Christmas period..
I don't trust anything that bleeds for five days and doesn't die..

“Maiden of Mayhem”

Since: May 08

OMFUG

#120 May 14, 2014
Krypteia wrote:
<quoted text>Over here they put bells on tampons but only for the Christmas period..
I don't trust anything that bleeds for five days and doesn't die..
I never noticed that at last year's Manchester Christmas Market. That would have made for great instagramming.

“Maiden of Mayhem”

Since: May 08

OMFUG

#121 May 14, 2014
Harrison Freebird wrote:
<quoted text> I understand. One of the many side effects of female hormonal imbalance is selective memory.
Again, I understand
Or, who the hell cares to remember anything about Reno. I blame Obama.

“Maiden of Mayhem”

Since: May 08

OMFUG

#123 May 14, 2014
beatles wrote:
<quoted text>yesterday your hometown was Hillsboro OR
Now now, give him the benefit of the doubt, he may be a pikey.

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#125 May 14, 2014
Harrison Freebird wrote:
<quoted text> I understand. One of the many side effects of female hormonal imbalance is selective memory.
Again, I understand
LOL! Went to a few little towns in Nevada as well as stopped in Reno last year on our bike tour. The best part was going through the little town along Highway 50, American's loneliest highway. Actually there is another highway a lot more lonely,, it goes from Minersville to connect to highway 50, we had to take it because we missed our turn on the interstate (when we left Utah), to highway 50. People sure are friendly in the US, at least every where we have been, could be the Harley...lol,,and our open friendly faces.
I think Nevada is beautiful. Sure is a lot of bike clubs.

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#126 May 14, 2014
By the way Freebird what little town out of Reno. We stopped at one with the nicest little bar.
It was a beautiful hot trip as well, temps got into 115F. We only stopped in Reno to go to the Harley shop,,,I needed more pins for my leather vest.
Harrison Freebird

New Bern, NC

#127 May 14, 2014
beatles wrote:
<quoted text>yesterday your hometown was Hillsboro OR
Please do your best to keep up. Better yet start coming to the Harrison Freebird fan club meetings and take notes so you won't keep looking like the smartest one in the dumb row.
Hillsboro is near Portland and yes I once upon a time lived in the City of Roses for many years.
One of the benny's of HF fan club membership is you'll get a signed copy of my autobiography so you know.......

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#128 May 14, 2014
Mr Fireman wrote:
What the hell could possibly catch fire in Nevada and why waste the water to put it out?
Obviously you have not been to many places, in Nevada as well.
|But then again the world takes on a different beauty when on a Harley.
Harrison Freebird

New Bern, NC

#130 May 14, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL! Went to a few little towns in Nevada as well as stopped in Reno last year on our bike tour. The best part was going through the little town along Highway 50, American's loneliest highway. Actually there is another highway a lot more lonely,, it goes from Minersville to connect to highway 50, we had to take it because we missed our turn on the interstate (when we left Utah), to highway 50. People sure are friendly in the US, at least every where we have been, could be the Harley...lol,,and our open friendly faces.
I think Nevada is beautiful. Sure is a lot of bike clubs.
Thinking about Nevada always puts a smile on me face. First went there at the young age of 21 to get married and could tell a thousand stories dating back to 1970, Reno back then was truly a wild west town and I finally moved there in 2002.
Harley of Reno on Market street is a good bike store, might suggest a future trip to catch Street Vibrations end of summer bash. THOUSANDS of bikers from all over the country come to town.

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#132 May 14, 2014
Harrison Freebird wrote:
<quoted text> Thinking about Nevada always puts a smile on me face. First went there at the young age of 21 to get married and could tell a thousand stories dating back to 1970, Reno back then was truly a wild west town and I finally moved there in 2002.
Harley of Reno on Market street is a good bike store, might suggest a future trip to catch Street Vibrations end of summer bash. THOUSANDS of bikers from all over the country come to town.
We love the harley shops,,especially me...lol! When we stopped at that little bar outside of Reno there was a biker couple leaving and we got to chatting, and they invited us to this bash, but unfortunately we were there in July. Would have been a lot of fun. But when we were at Harley shop in Reno they were having some sort of party outside. We may just do this Street Vibrations one day. Was in Reno back in 1985,,and had a blast. Meet some awesome riders along the way in the US.
Harrison Freebird

New Bern, NC

#133 May 14, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
<quoted text>
We love the harley shops,,especially me...lol! When we stopped at that little bar outside of Reno there was a biker couple leaving and we got to chatting, and they invited us to this bash, but unfortunately we were there in July. Would have been a lot of fun. But when we were at Harley shop in Reno they were having some sort of party outside. We may just do this Street Vibrations one day. Was in Reno back in 1985,,and had a blast. Meet some awesome riders along the way in the US.
Glad you're enjoying life and are a true free spirit which I can tell. My first RV was a new 1978 Champion Titan 27 foot class A which I all but wore out and have had many others over the years. Traveling has always been in my blood and luckily I've been able to do and go as the wind takes me.
Happy trails tell we talk again.
Chuck Hays

Colcord, OK

#134 May 14, 2014
Harrison Freebird wrote:
<quoted text>Simple. Flamers and lesbos who flaunt their being packers and lickers will never be something I care to be open minded about. Knowing you're a wee bit slow please reread this and take note the word "flaunt" is the key word. This wanna be NFL dude might hope to get traded to Green Bay God forbid it makes it past training camp.
Green Bay aka Packers would no doubt put a smile on dem big ol' lips.
Careful, your self-loathing is beginning to show. Just keep your mouth and that closet door shut.

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#135 May 14, 2014
Harrison Freebird wrote:
<quoted text> Glad you're enjoying life and are a true free spirit which I can tell. My first RV was a new 1978 Champion Titan 27 foot class A which I all but wore out and have had many others over the years. Traveling has always been in my blood and luckily I've been able to do and go as the wind takes me.
Happy trails tell we talk again.
Past two years we biked it only and stayed in hotels. This year we bought a toy hauler so we can take longer trips, and enjoy so much more.
Happy trails to you too amigo!
Are you mad fundie

Philadelphia, PA

#136 May 14, 2014
Billy R wrote:
<quoted text>You seem to be assuming an awful lot. No where did I state that I agreed or disagreed with Mr Jones' opinion, nor did I state that I was a follower of the tea party or that I watched Fox news. What I did say was that people are allowed to have their own personal opinions and to express those opinions on their personal Twitter page (although why anyone would have a twitter page is still a mystery to me)
Oh, you poor victim! Except I didn't wrongly assume anything about your scumy, tee baggrz politics, Birther.

"Gee, who woulda thought that being a repulsive welfare sponge wouldn't pay well? I am truly shocked."
topix dot net /forum/state/ca/TM73DJ4V3UIRF4 EAK/post14

"YES! Just as soon as [Obama] shows his birth certificate, closes GITMO and gets unemployment back under 8%."
Billy R - "So basically you'll vote for him when hell freezes over?"
topix dot net /forum/news/weird/TFH138H6LQT0 58HB2/post22

Since you are not disingenuous, confused trash you can now acknowledge I haven't assumed anything wrongly about your views.
Are you mad fundie

Philadelphia, PA

#137 May 14, 2014
Nobody 2 Special wrote:
I had considered taking my teen boys to watch the football season. However; what I wanted them to see was football. Now with this controversy; I will leave them at home to their own accord. Not that I have a problem with what anyone does in their bedroom; but, I do NOT kiss my bf in front of them.
I'm glad you feel excluded from the NFL, faux victim,(and by corporate America, and by the entertainment industry, and by higher education, and by the majority of citizens in Western democracies,) but you never considered similarly complaining when Mitt Romney kissed his wife in public.

It's just your anti lgbt bigotry, it's not about PDAs. You have borne false witness.

“New & Improved..”

Level 8

Since: Oct 07

Formerly From Kenya

#139 May 14, 2014
FundieMentally ill wrote:
<quoted text>
You whined about how the 1% are going to somehow constrain the 99% from voicing their "personal opinions," and I pointed out that your math is a little mixed up, like your sense of reality in general is.
Homophobes are now a minority in Western countries. It's not some majority being constrained when homophobic bigots get upbraided by their employers, as you weirdly claimed.
So simple even a fundamentalist can follow along. After three explanations.
Interesting..or not,

Since the statistics are at 1.7 for the US, ok..I'll give, I'm off by .7%...my bad

Now for the statistics on the thread, 1st OPENLY gay player..that changes things..there are 32 teams and they are allowed 53 players each, there are also the player squads of 5 each...we'll leave them out.just because I like that..so 1696 total players and ONE is openly gay...
ya know what, I'm not going to even bother, you do the math, but 1% is a bit high me thinks..I'll just wait here for your next neologism and laugh when you bother to try.

It is so funny to watch a troll try to make it work for them,,all the accusations, the name calling. Hey have at it..best of luck in your crusade.!
Are you mad fundie

Philadelphia, PA

#140 May 14, 2014
justaguess wrote:
<quoted text>
Since the statistics are at 1.7 for the US....best of luck in your crusade.!
Hey talibangelical, that's not the percentage of people in the US having sex with members of the same sex. That's nutty. Nor is that the percentage of NFL players who always or sometimes have sex with men. It's much higher.

But that's not the point: It's not lgbt people "constraining" you poor bigots in the expression of your sexual disorder of homophobia, as you wailed.

It's str8 lgbt allies (and lgbt people,) the majority in all the Western democracies now. That was the simple point.

So we don't need luck from evilgelicals. We just need demography to continue its magic.

“New & Improved..”

Level 8

Since: Oct 07

Formerly From Kenya

#141 May 14, 2014
Are you mad fundie wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey talibangelical, that's not the percentage of people in the US having sex with members of the same sex. That's nutty. Nor is that the percentage of NFL players who always or sometimes have sex with men. It's much higher.
But that's not the point: It's not lgbt people "constraining" you poor bigots in the expression of your sexual disorder of homophobia, as you wailed.
It's str8 lgbt allies (and lgbt people,) the majority in all the Western democracies now. That was the simple point.
So we don't need luck from evilgelicals. We just need demography to continue its magic.
I handed you the demography, you heterophobed it..sorry bout your luck.

Let's go take a look how you're fending on your global warming front...shall we.?

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