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    Quote Originally Posted by beemerron
    Damn hippies.
    Hey now, it was just DMB's bus driver, not the band themselves; they weren't even on the bus at the time!!

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    If 'Barely Man'enough' shows up, I'm gonna be for a month



    Polka??? OMG!!! MASIVE for at least for a year!!! after which I'll turn to

    So who IS showing up????

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    No one is showing up!!!

    and since we've only heard groaning from the would be audience, the main act will be......karaoke!!! That's right, everyone will be expected to get on stage and sing one song. We'd prefer that you pick something with a bit of German heritage to it.

    I personally will be singing Rammstein - Du Hast.















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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasbutan
    No one is showing up!!!

    and since we've only heard groaning from the would be audience, the main act will be......karaoke!!! That's right, everyone will be expected to get on stage and sing one song. We'd prefer that you pick something with a bit of German heritage to it.

    I personally will be singing Rammstein - Du Hast.






    This post is a joke and in no way real.
    Dibs on Nena "99 Luftballoons"!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmetzger
    Dibs on Nena "99 Luftballoons"!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by gsmetal
    Dave Matthews?? Oh please...what a yawner.

    I'd rather have Elton.

    My vote would be for Aerosmith. That would show the Harley folks how to really rock.
    Elton? I just can't see jamming to Crocodile Rock in the beer tent. He doesn't seem to be a "outdoor beer tent" sort of guy, to me.

    Aerosmith would be fine for their music. I don't have any need to impress the Harley Folks. I know I ride the best, so who cares about their opinions.

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    Too bad Zappa's dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmetzger
    Originally Posted by jdmetzger
    How about for one of the night, we get a band made up of MOA members to play? If not that, maybe there are MOA members who are IN a band that would like to play the rally. We can have sample tracks sent up, everyone can listen to them, and vote for a winner.

    Note: I'm not in a band, so NO, I'm not trying to get mine playing.
    Quote Originally Posted by BeemoKat
    Actually, there are a lot of MOA musicians, but I think most of us would prefer to ride to the rally, rather than haul equipment.
    Speak for yourself BeemoKat. My band would love to play at the rally, they can haul my drums and I can still ride a la Neil Peart. We play all kinds of music and we'd cost much less than having a big name act. You can sit in with us if you want.
    Seriously, I don't know what the budget is, or who makes the decisions, but Josh, since you started this, let me know when you find something out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daver90s
    Speak for yourself BeemoKat. My band would love to play at the rally, they can haul my drums and I can still ride a la Neil Peart. We play all kinds of music and we'd cost much less than having a big name act. You can sit in with us if you want.
    Seriously, I don't know what the budget is, or who makes the decisions, but Josh, since you started this, let me know when you find something out.
    So THIS is how you get volunteered to do something!

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    You could charge a "doing the legwork" fee...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsmetal
    Dave Matthews?? Oh please...what a yawner.

    I'd rather have Elton.

    My vote would be for Aerosmith. That would show the Harley folks how to really rock.

    And you can be the Committee Chair in charge of explaining to all the rally attendees why the Rally fee is $95 this year instead of the usual $35.



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    I can just picture the Tech Rider, followed by the noise complaints!
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    $35.00 Rally Fee ??!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Friedle
    And you can be the Committee Chair in charge of explaining to all the rally attendees why the Rally fee is $95 this year instead of the usual $35.



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    $35.00 for the Rally fee?? OMG !!

    $35.00 for 4 days of entertainment, music, vendors, (free) camping, and a chance to win a new motorcycle??!!!

    I drive a $16,000 motorcycle, fitted with $1500.00 in accessories and I wear $800.00 in protective gear.

    $35.00 is a little steep don't you think??!!

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    Rally fee

    Quote Originally Posted by gsmetal
    $35.00 for the Rally fee?? OMG !!

    $35.00 for 4 days of entertainment, music, vendors, (free) camping, and a chance to win a new motorcycle??!!!

    I drive a $16,000 motorcycle, fitted with $1500.00 in accessories and I wear $800.00 in protective gear.

    $35.00 is a little steep don't you think??!!



    I don't think $35 is a little steep, but you would be amazed at how many people I hear from who think it is way out of line.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Friedle
    I don't think $35 is a little steep, but you would be amazed at how many people I hear from who think it is way out of line.


    Friedle

    you're telling me, since i've been in the moa i've tried sneaking in every year by getting there like 9 days early and just sort of "hanging around"............it's always those door prizes that eventually pry the 35 dollars out of my wallet

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