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    Quote Originally Posted by iRene
    I propose...

    +1 on Weird Al!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mandypants

    Yes, unfortunately this is all rumor.
    The actual performer will be THIS gentleman.


    What can I say? I came and I gave without taking...
    (but you sent me away...)
    Hey don't be making fun of an end user of mine!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kreinke
    We want the music act to attract the younger BMW riders. How about getting GWAR

    What's a GWAR?

    I think they came to my house on Halloween.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mandypants

    Yes, unfortunately this is all rumor.
    The actual performer will be THIS gentleman.


    What can I say? I came and I gave without taking...
    (but you sent me away...)
    That's supposed to freak us out. But you forget the average age of the BMWMOA member. So there's gonna be a dance? Gonna play some slooooow stuff? Some polka? Some fast stuff? And don't hurt our ears?
    Thanks,
    My other bike is a BMW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kreinke
    We want the music act to attract the younger BMW riders. How about getting GWAR

    There's nothing better than GWAR show, is there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBasa
    There's nothing better than GWAR show, is there?
    Well having seen them in concert, I can say yes. There are other shows I have seen that appealed to me more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manicmechanic
    Hmmm, rain gear at the gate. Last time I wore a poncho to a performance, Gallagher was the act. Watermelons. anybody?
    Last time I was given protection at a show it was Blue Man Group.. Now THAT would be a cool show..

    But alas, this is WI and I hear Elton John loves to do shows for motorcyclist here

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    Pot, Kettle ...
    Thanks 'Spice! For those who weren't there, that's a pic of me showin' 'em how we do it down south. Polka will never be the same again!
    Bikeless for now...but not forever!

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    Let's see....first contact the UCLA Marching band....

    Yeah sure, Elton. That went over so well the last time he played in Milwaukee.
    I have my own thoughts....maybe a tribute band. Mandy, do you know how to twirl a baton?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeoriaMac
    Mandy, do you know how to twirl a baton?[/url]

    Not yet, but I'm always willing to learn!

    BTW, I wasn't making fun of Barry Manilow. I've got some of his records...he wrote my song and I have nothing but respect for him...plus, HE WEARS PURPLE!

    Gallager? Oh man, I wish I could have seen him live. That man was a genius. I want a Sledge-O-Matic for Christmas...


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    Quote Originally Posted by mandypants
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    BTW, I wasn't making fun of Barry Manilow. I've got some of his records...he wrote my song and I have nothing but respect for him...plus, HE WEARS PURPLE!
    Well I thought it was funny anyway. My aerobics inst. plays it sometimes at the cool down and some of the girls groan.
    My other bike is a BMW.
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    And I thought Aerostich came out with this limited edition color just for you Mandy.

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    New band suggestion for the Wisconsin Rally. Music acceptable for all ages, as far as I'm concerned; how about getting Dave Matthews Band??
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmetzger
    New band suggestion for the Wisconsin Rally. Music acceptable for all ages, as far as I'm concerned; how about getting Dave Matthews Band??
    Yeah, they can dump their tour bus sewage in the camp ground. Like they did in the Chicago river on the tour boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizbz
    Yeah, they can dump their tour bus sewage in the camp ground. Like they did in the Chicago river on the tour boat.
    Damn hippies.
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