Tomorrow marks the third anniversary of the BDAC. Things have gone in a direction that I never imagined...and in a good way. I hope we can stay on this path and enjoy the ride.
Thanks to everyone who tunes in.
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So I went to San Francisco for about 4 days. Cool city, first time I have ever been there. Lots of sick ass roads for two wheels to beat around on. Glad to be back in the south though. If anyone is riding out of Atlanta to the Dice party saturday we are leaving my casa around 8am to meet all of our southsiders at 9. So hit me up if you wanna ride with us.
Now I like to think more about the possibility of legalization. Although it seems that it's becoming more or less decriminalized for small personal use quantities, it's still illegal on a national level. The ignornace behind that is unreal, as the effects aren't nearly as dangerous as alcohol, some studies show THC to be an anticarcinogen, people such as cancer patients and glaucoma sufferers can use it to help ease their pain or help with their appetite, and the possibility of its aid in America's disposal of national debt are enough for even the most bible-thumping of Conservatives to consider it. I mean seriously, when was the last time you saw a couple people get in a fight because they'd smoked too much weed and were feeling tough?
That's not to say that I'm condemning alcohol. Anyone who reads this blog regularly knows that I love to imbibe in the spirits and beer itself helps keep me out of a padded room. If the cheeba cheeba isn't on your social plan for today, then consider your other option. Local Atlanta brewer Sweetwater makes a Pale Ale named for the call sign of pot smokers everywhere. It's one of my favorites for kicked back drinking events (like tailgating, bar hopping and bullshitting) and it's made in America (even better, Atlanta) so you're supporting a local economy.
Burn something, crack open a Sweetwater 420 or just cuss at the government for refusing to legalize a possible economy saving cash crop. Either was you choose though, enjoy your 420.
Off to Chattanooga today with Nick to go see Lucero. Excited to see Ben and the boys put on a killer show. Went riding with Nick last night trying to get all the bugs out of his bike before Dice. He did a real jamb up job on this sporty. Happy friday !
I too enjoy the pictures framed from the ground, Jeff.
Obligatory picture...I mean, we are the BDAC, right? Just read the shirts, bitch...
The beer fridge is looking lighter this time of year, and yes there are a couple of bitch beers for the ladies and some Bud Heavy for the neighbor, but otherwise she stays stocked with a nice variety...the really good stuff is elsewhere though (and yes, that's paint in the bottom drawer).
Redneck Chopper Getting High frame. 8 up 5 out 43 degrees. 250 rear sold as a roller no motor no trans. Last pic is a bike that we painted a couple years ago but that is what the look like together. Nice long bike if someone is in the market. Make a offer.
Working on a machine off of GA-85 in the worderful town of Hapeville, when upon my surprise I look down & see a dildo container. Now far be it for me to look down my nose at anyone buying a fake weenie but you have to wonder what story goes with this little fellow(or big fellow), this is a median on a major 4-lane highway in a pretty getto part o'town. Working in some not so hot area's around Atlanta ya find some interesting items laying around, so I will start snapping some pics. Feel free to make-up your own story line & post it up.
I found these somewhere, at some point.
View from the House.
Flounder made it out.
I went and picked up Shitfalcon. He is an expert on duct tape repairs.