I found this online. If this isn't Ernie from Two Brothers Tires bike, then it's one of two completely stock FLs in that same color I know of that hasn't been changed by anything other than weather and time:
I have neglected to post anything about beer in a while, which is part of this whole BDAC thing.
A few months ago, at The Brick Store, I tasted for the first time what would end up being one of my favorite beers. The tag line says, "A unique marriage between the English tradition of IPAs, the American new revolution of Imperial IPAs and the classic Belgian way of brewing." Simply put, this has the combination of good things from several of my favorite styles of beer.
Thanks to Doug Moyer for the picture.
Apparently these bumper stickers have been around for a few years, but I saw my first one emblazoned across the back bumper of a truck otherwise covered in camoflauge vinyl (not surprising). Now, for a little background, Atlanta has been coined the ATL, particularly by the hip-hop community and that moniker has become very well known. It is the abbreviation given to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, much like those given to other airports (i.e. LAX, STL, JFK, etc.) and was made widely known by the local hip-hop group Outkast when they released their second album, ATLiens in 1996.
Now in what way is the use of the term ATL grating on this guy's nerves? I can only make one assumption there...I'm going to use the term ATL more now.
My wife's company helped sponsor a charity event last night for UGA. Even though I had several classes with players when I was in school and even went to high school with David Greene (I was two years older), I never got to meet Coach Richt...until last night.
I put a post up for a set of 3.5 gallon tanks on the JJ. I got a few responses, but nothing that stood out...until this dude with the screen name JAWS told me he had some that he'd send me for the cost of shipping. Well, a few delays here and there and he wouldn't even let me Paypal him for the shipping. Free tanks!
One of the mounts is kinda boogered up, but that can be fixed. They're going to be stripped and redone anyway (which I kinda hate to do, but whateva).
I suck at wiring and have no place to hide that solenoid, so my loss is your gain. The solenoid costs $141 new from Dennis Kirk and the relay is $30 from Harley. I'll sell both for $150 shipped or trade for a rear Avon MKII in 5.00x16.