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    Wyoming t-shirt idea

    Not an official rally shirt, but wouldn't it be funny if a bunch of us were wearing these:

    http://www.bustedtees.com/shirt/wyoming/male

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    I too have issues with holding the International in Gillette, but that is no reason to denigrate the state of Wyoming or the people who live there. Wyoming has an abundance of natural beauty and wildlife, not to mention the wonderful and hearty people who live there.

    When they get hit by wildfires or disastrous weather, you won't see them in front of TV cameras demanding Federal aid and carping about the inadequacies of FEMA. Nope, they just keep on going. Neighbor helping neighbor.

    So I challenge you. Go to Gillette next year. Then get out and ride to some of the small towns. Be sure to stop in for fuel, a cup of coffee or ask for directions. Start a discussion. It'll give you a little insight to the people who make Wyoming their home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merrittgene View Post
    Not an official rally shirt, but wouldn't it be funny if a bunch of us were wearing these:

    http://www.bustedtees.com/shirt/wyoming/male

    Why?
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    Will I have to go to Wyoming to pick it up, or can I order it by mail? How much
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    Quote Originally Posted by merrittgene View Post
    Not an official rally shirt, but wouldn't it be funny if a bunch of us were wearing these:

    http://www.bustedtees.com/shirt/wyoming/male


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodag View Post
    2008 camp beers slogan

    lots of pissing
    but no (wy)moaning

    I see a t-shirt or somethin'
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    Just for the record....

    Just for the record, I have not made any negative comments about Wyoming or the selection of Gillette for the 2008 rally. And, if the planets align in my favor, I'll be at the rally to enjoy the event with my friends, like I've done the past three years.

    I only posted the picture and link because I found it on the bustedtees website. I don't have an agenda, or a connection to the website.

    FWIW, there's hundreds of tasteless/funny t-shirts for sale there.

    Some people would be well served to laugh occasionally. If not for themselves, maybe they should do it for the rest of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by merrittgene View Post
    Some people would be well served to laugh occasionally. If not for themselves, maybe they should do it for the rest of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merrittgene View Post
    Just for the record, I have not made any negative comments about Wyoming or the selection of Gillette for the 2008 rally. And, if the planets align in my favor, I'll be at the rally to enjoy the event with my friends, like I've done the past three years.

    I only posted the picture and link because I found it on the bustedtees website. I don't have an agenda, or a connection to the website.

    FWIW, there's hundreds of tasteless/funny t-shirts for sale there.

    Some people would be well served to laugh occasionally. If not for themselves, maybe they should do it for the rest of us.
    Gene, I love the Busted Tees designs... They are the preferred ironic garment of Generation D.I.Y. (and some of us Boomers) and I see them everywhere below 14th Street, here in Gotham.




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    Quote Originally Posted by co_bmw_rider View Post
    I too have issues with holding the International in Gillette, but that is no reason to denigrate the state of Wyoming or the people who live there. Wyoming has an abundance of natural beauty and wildlife, not to mention the wonderful and hearty people who live there.

    When they get hit by wildfires or disastrous weather, you won't see them in front of TV cameras demanding Federal aid and carping about the inadequacies of FEMA. Nope, they just keep on going. Neighbor helping neighbor.

    So I challenge you. Go to Gillette next year. Then get out and ride to some of the small towns. Be sure to stop in for fuel, a cup of coffee or ask for directions. Start a discussion. It'll give you a little insight to the people who make Wyoming their home.
    Very well put! Much like ND.

    But the humor is ok too.

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    Some people would be well served to laugh occasionally. If not for themselves, maybe

    I could not agree more. Lighten up people. See you at the rally next year.
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    This was funny like a piece of stale toast.
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