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    Das Cooool ITSBOB's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SheRidesABeemer
    At some point NH used to have the highest rate of personalized plates per capita. They are no longer cheap. It doubles the registration for a bike but I love 'em here is my latest addition...
    Damn if that ain't a nice looking rear end!!
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    Was gonna get RODSTR but wife thought nobody would see Roadster and I didn't want anyone to think I was Rod Stewart.
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    I just ordered a plate for my K75S. 8-12 weeks wait...

    CRZ KNUK

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    Came in today!
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    I got turned down for BUTT STER.

    I can't imagine why. I even sent them the IBA credo sheets...

    Darn...
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    Plates I've owned...

    California - DRGNLRD
    Virginia - OMGWTF (retired) WHUFF (car) TZAYAK (bike, long story)

    Been tossing around what I want for the new ride if and when I get it.

    One wonders if Burnszilla has been to the White Cockade north of Boulder Creek.. I really miss that place. And Tempest playing the Brookdale Lodge.
    Keep the sticky part down and life is good!

    Mark aka Belg
    1990 K75S (w/C Upper), Custom Red, "Cinedra"
    2006 R1200GS, Granite Grey, the Tornado Crusher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msalowit
    One wonders if Burnszilla has been to the White Cockade north of Boulder Creek.. I really miss that place. And Tempest playing the Brookdale Lodge.
    Been to both. I thought the Cockade closed recently. I could be wrong.
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    I'm upset at Tempest. They played here three or four years ago, got me to like them, then never came back, not even when they did trips to the east coast.
    Bikeless for now...but not forever!

    "If you can't fix it with a hammer, it's electrical." -somebody's dad

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    It was still there when I went through there 3 years ago. I didn't have the chance last time I was in Sac this past July to head down there.... if it's gone, that is a very sad thing.
    Keep the sticky part down and life is good!

    Mark aka Belg
    1990 K75S (w/C Upper), Custom Red, "Cinedra"
    2006 R1200GS, Granite Grey, the Tornado Crusher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Veg
    I'm upset at Tempest. They played here three or four years ago, got me to like them, then never came back, not even when they did trips to the east coast.
    They're pretty cool people to have a beer with though.
    Keep the sticky part down and life is good!

    Mark aka Belg
    1990 K75S (w/C Upper), Custom Red, "Cinedra"
    2006 R1200GS, Granite Grey, the Tornado Crusher.

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    Dang, 7 char for a MC plate...I'm not sure I'd change a thing. We have to be more creative with just 5!
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    I know I have posted this down in the "Grateful Thread" before - it stands for "Lazy Lightning", the title of one of my favorite Grateful Dead songs.

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    Since I forgot to post it earlier..

    Keep the sticky part down and life is good!

    Mark aka Belg
    1990 K75S (w/C Upper), Custom Red, "Cinedra"
    2006 R1200GS, Granite Grey, the Tornado Crusher.

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    My all time favorite license plate is IYQUQT.

    Took me awhile to figure it out . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voni
    My all time favorite license plate is IYQUQT.

    Took me awhile to figure it out . . .

    Voni
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