The New, New Improved Dialogical Saloon

October 14, 2017

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The New, New Improved Dialogical Saloon

If it was just up to me, I would not have deleted the “The New Improved Dialogical Saloon.” It would still be up. However it offended the great god Google, for whom we will all soon work, because it violated the following Google Adsense guidelines:

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If anybody has a problem with this please try to contact Google. Go ahead. Try.

Meanwhile, please feel free to continue your discussion here.




335 Responses to “The New, New Improved Dialogical Saloon”

  1. The Kraut Says:

    shit..the fuckin thing failed to embed

  2. The Kraut Says:

    Lemmy tells a joke…

  3. The Kraut Says:

    Giving thanks for a good woman, good kids, good dog, a good bike and good brothers…not always in that order…but some days one does better than the others.

    Respects to the serving troops wherever they serve, Thank You…I am grateful for what you do and that I once did it too.

    Respect to those who warrant respect

    The Kraut

  4. RtC Says:

    SAFE & HAPPY Turkey Day to ALL


  5. Griz's Gal Says:

    Hey! I just wanted to wish you Rebel, and all the guys and gals here, a Happy Thanksgiving! It’s been a pretty crappy year for a lot of us and it’s been hard to hang on, but we have. I’m thankful for the camaraderie and kinship that’s shown here – it does help to get through some of those shitty, lonely nights.

    Anyway, may all of ya be blessed, and I hope your tables are bountiful!


  6. Paladin Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!!


    A young man named John received a parrot as a gift. The parrot had a bad attitude and an even worse vocabulary.

    Every word out of the bird’s mouth was rude, obnoxious and laced with profanity.

    John tried and tried to change the bird’s attitude by consistently saying only polite words, playing soft music and anything else he could think of to ‘clean up’ the bird’s vocabulary.

    Finally, John was fed up and he yelled at the parrot. The parrot yelled back. John shook the parrot and the parrot got angrier and even ruder. John, in desperation, threw up his hand, grabbed the bird and put him in the freezer. For a few minutes the parrot squawked and kicked and screamed. Then suddenly there was total quiet. Not a peep was heard for over a minute.

    Fearing that he’d hurt the parrot, John quickly opened the door to the freezer. The parrot calmly stepped out onto John’s outstretched arms and said “I believe I may have offended you with my rude language and actions. I’m sincerely remorseful for my inappropriate transgressions and I fully intend to do everything I can to correct my rude and unforgivable behavior.”

    John was stunned at the change in the bird’s attitude.

    As he was about to ask the parrot what had made such a dramatic change in his behavior, the bird spoke-up, very softly,

    “May I ask what the turkey did?”


  7. Austin Says:

    Hey – it’s that time of year again = If you want to make a difference in someone’s world…..
    Let’s work together and send Dave & friends to dinner first.

    Christmas is just around the corner and of course I am trying to cover the walls with Christmas cards. If you think about it, you could sign the inside of a Christmas card or 2 to: “The Men of Austin Unit.” Mail them to me at: DAVID BURGESS 41278-048 P.O. BOX 1010 BASTROP, TX 78602 You can also email me photos and snap-shots to: [email protected] Also you can use that email address for short messages you have regarding the newsletter or anything else.

  8. WheresMyBoots Says:

    @The Kraut: Danke, Chef (that was Googly translate, hope I got that right), and I must admit you’re on the money about Hollyweird. Good to hear from you, I’m hangin’ in. Much Respect to you, and Ride Free.

    I owe mucho clicks and some entertainment, so here is some Sao Paulo street racing? (Relevant to the topic and/or business model of the website–bike riding that is) I just wonder what the guy being chased did, but he’s got some skills …

  9. The Kraut Says:

    @WMB; nice to see you checking in…hope alls well in your AO.

    No matter how well intended the idea, Follywood generally fucks up the truth and the actual events in favor of a product that caters to the lowest common denominator of human life…zero intelligence and intellect so shallow a minnow would drown.

    If the truth of what happened in Whacko ever gets made into a movie, I will die of shock…but honest depictions of an MC were last seen when 81 did their movie in the eighties. (If any other MC has made a film since then, my apologies for not seeing it.)

    Respect to those who warrant respect

    The Kraut

  10. Austin Says:

    @Bradley Ward re: seized and forfeited from alleged lawbreakers

    Oh FFS! Thank you for this highlight.

  11. WheresMyBoots Says:

    @Austin: Thanks much! Good to be heard from. Sorry about my two return missives -they looked at lot shorter on Word. That, and Waco has made me batshit, then there is the new troll, who sounds a helluva lot like Budweiser, though I think Bud was a tad more creative. Good to hear from you Austin, I do hope you are well, and get your knees in the breeze as often as possible. Thanks for your hilarious comedic entries as well.
    Good to see some familiar handles popping back up here and there, and of course always good to read Sieg, Paladin, FF, and the rest of those with wisdom and plenty of synapses firing properly.
    @Drifter: you made me laugh my ass off with the story about the two women walking home–thanks much.

    Plenty of names from the past I don’t see and wonder about: I hope you are all doing well.

    Read Sam Gravano got released: he might be a good fit for that cossack bunch with his particular resume.

    To be clear, my mention of a Waco movie was not an idea, but anticipating Hollyweird cashing in on yet another tragedy; should they do that, I would hope they’d go to those in the know. Rebel is certainly that guy, and he deserves some long-coming recognition for being a damned good writer, and a reporter who actually tells the truth without overwrought, hysterical blather.

    Still across the water, for better or worse, but have not wrecked since the last one in ’14, and it saddens me to announce that the “I Don’t Give A Damn About Anything MC” (translated literally: “My Cock Hurts For Everything MC” -it’s a cultural thing, the idea being that nothing could be worse, so you don’t care about anything else) has either vanished or got patched over. Not in the loop over here, so don’t know. I will miss seeing that patch though, made me grin.

    Happy Veterans Day, apologies for a week late. Hand salute to you all.

    Respects, and Ride Free,

  12. Bradley Ward Says:

    @Drifter, it was a veiled reference to the following:

    “The sheriff’s office did not spend taxpayer money for the cowboy hats. It used money from the office’s asset forfeiture fund, proceeds seized and forfeited from alleged lawbreakers and used for law enforcement purposes.”

  13. Drifter Says:

    I typed “So there the thoughtless ones sit in the hot sun,in bfe with no cell reception, as their Dodge flat bed diesel towing a four animal trailer pulls away with goons at the wheel and following.”

    Bradley Ward typed:
    “…and the following month, all the deputies in that bfe town are all sporting brand new 15X Justin hats (at no expense to the taxpayer).”

    Okay,the hat part is funny,along with other stuff,and even one DA wanted to use the pirate fund for her defense against being a pirate….but i did not know how to take the taxpayer comment.

    Because taxpayers do indeed get attacked in the seizure forfeiture piracy scheme, with their possessions being stolen without conviction. Other taxpayers that don’t care, may find themselves also under the state spotlight, as they unsuspecting head into a gauntlet with cash, thinking it would never happen to them or unaware of the issue. The money may not be directly from taxes, but it is from a taxpayer generally, so it is indeed a taxpayer expense, in my opinion.

    My apologies if i took your taxpayer comment wrong.


  14. Paladin Says:

    Brenda and Steve took their six-year-old son to the doctor. With some hesitation, they explained that although their little angel appeared to be in good health, they were concerned about his rather small penis. After examining the child, the doctor confidently declared, “Just feed him pancakes. That should solve the problem.”

    The next morning when the boy arrived at breakfast, there was a large stack of warm pancakes in the middle of the table. Gee, Mom, the boy exclaimed, are all those for me?
    Just take two, Brenda replied. The rest are for your father.


  15. Paladin Says:




  16. Paladin Says:


    Cops as kids that didn’t get caught for the shit they did before they became cops are sometimes more understanding and forgiving, because we remember when…


  17. Drifter Says:

    Two women were walking home home after a girls’ night out and they feel the need to pee, so passing some bushes, they decide to go answer the call of nature.

    Of course they have no paper, so the first one uses her underwear and then throws it away, while the other woman luckily spots a gift-wrapping ribbon in a bush, pulls it out and uses that.

    The next day, their husbands are talking and one says to the other, “You know, we ought to watch our wives when they go on their nights out. My wife came home last night without her knickers.”

    “You think that’s bad,” said the other husband, “mine had a card stuck to her bum that said ‘from all the guys at the fire station – we’ll miss you.'”

  18. Dasein Says:

    Paladin: thank you for all that, a life well lived, and the “cop part” seems sensible, well intentioned, and time-wise, pretty minor. Please pardon any unintended insulting overtones in the UC question. I knew it was on the line, but I wanted to cover the possibilities in this one-time inquiry. Whatever your answer, I wasn’t going to pursue it. I appreciate your frank and interesting response.

  19. Paladin Says:


    No, I’ve never worked UC. As stated on another thread, I don’t believe in gaining someone’s confidence and trust and then using it against them. I see no honor in that.


  20. Paladin Says:


    I always loved the way the air smelled and felt, the way the sun would warm me and the shade wood cool me as I passed through them while riding my bicycle. It was the being “out there” and “in it”, with nothing between me and all that surrounded me. Because I couldn’t afford to build or buy a bi-plane, I built my first bike in 1965 and have been on two wheels ever since. There are regulars that have and do post on Rebel’s page that have seen pictures of me back in the day with the bike I rode. It was a 68 inch, stroker, ’47 knucklehead, with an FL lower and an EL upper. They also know my given name as well.

    As a motorcycle enthusiast, I naturally gravitated toward like-minded individuals. Back in the day, no one cared about the bike one rode. What mattered was what kind of an individual one was and whether that individual could be relied upon. Our manifesto was: Ride motorcycles, try to get laid and have a good time. In the attaining of such lofty goals, one subjects oneself to an assortment of adventures. Some good. Some, not so much. I have never met Lana Del Rey, but her music video, “Ride” truly is how my life was when I was younger. The motel scene in her video brought back memories of when I hanging out at the Landmark hotel, on Franklin Ave. in Hollywood during the late ‘60s as well as the bonfires, drinking, fighting and riding to absolutely nowhere in particular. I’m sure my life was no different than others that survived and post on this page.

    After the war I did a number of things in order to earn a living, including spending twenty-six years in the motion picture industry as a Set Designer and Art Director. In between set designing and art directing gigs, I’ve built custom cars, race cars, custom motorcycles (which I still do on the side) and road raced and motocrossed sidehacks (District 37 / AMA # 369796).

    Later on in my life, I formed a company and taught defensive and offensive tactics in an urban warfare environment, as well as long range precision shooting. My classes usually had a mix of military personnel, cops and qualified civilians. A number of cops that came through my classes would tell me that I had a lot to offer and should sign up with a Department. So, I said WTF, and at the age of forty-nine put myself through the Rio Hondo Police Academy and was hired by LASD at the age of fifty. I suffered a back injury in a fight and was medically retired after eleven years of service.

    The main difference between me and a lot (not all) other cops is that I never forgot my past and the way I was when I was growing up. I was always very grateful for the breaks I received at the hands of the cops that had me proned out from time to time. Otherwise, my life would be far different than it is today. I guess one could say that when I became a cop, I was paying it back whenever possible.

    It’s my opinion that cops get hired at too young an age. When one is 21 / 22 years old one hasn’t learned how to think for oneself, no real life experience and as such, no perspective. Combine the foregoing with people that become cops because they had their lunch money taken away from them on the schoolyard and you have the type of law enforcement we have today.

    Today, I build and sell tools that when used properly ensure the government’s limitation on its never ending quest in the revocation of our freedoms. If called, I still work for attorneys that work cases involving abuse under color of authority and cases that involve the defensive use of lethal force. Other than that, I pretty much go where I want, do what I want, when I want. Things could be worse.

    Long May You Ride.


  21. Gandalf Says:

    TY Austin. FTGF is all I believe in. Whoever’s fight it might be. I have learned a lot from Rebel and all of you. TY.

  22. RLG Says:

    Oh ya, click the bloody links and buy some fuckin books! This shit aint free.

    Support Aging Rebel



  23. RLG Says:

    I am not part of the biker life, although I considerer myself a supporter of a club. There have been self ID’d 1%ers here in the past. LOTS of feds and cops read this site. Best not to get in pissing matches about one club vs another (unless it is IO dummies). The saloon is an open place, I post all kinds of crazy shit here. Even music like this:

  24. Dasein Says:

    Paladin: If I may, a few questions, since you’ve recently laid out some of the particulars of your LE career, from which you retired in 2011. In previous posts, you’ve offered up a Lana Del Rey video, “Ride”, which depicts you say as what your life was like, somewhere in the past. In another response to a challenge of some sort here, you told another poster words to the effect that Rebel either has, or has seen, pictures of you from the past, where presumably you appeared to be someone an observer would determine to be a “biker”, no question about it. Now, I don’t at all doubt anything you have claimed about yourself, including ownership of several bikes, at least one of which being impressively fast, nor your (sidecar only?) racing experience. And I was particularly impressed with what seemed to be a first hand accounting of the physics involved in handling bikes through various turning maneuvers. So all that biker life of yours makes it a natural you would find yourself here. My question is this: At what point in life did you decide to set all that aside, at least the “lifestyle” part, and join LE instead, and why? Were you a motorcycle cop? Did you ever work UC in the “biker” world once joining LE? I mean no disrespect here, and I personally don’t care that you were once a “biker”, then a cop, and now a “biker”once more, as you state you now belong to a Clan. I’m just curious, and I assume so are others who have followed your posts here, how and why you jumped back and forth from such incongruous lifestyles, from biker, to cop, then back to biker?
    Again, no disrespect intended, but you’ve told pieces of an interesting life’s story here, and it seems there are a few gaps you might, or perhaps not, wish to fill in.

  25. Austin Says:

    @Gandalf – this is a place for everyone. Its like three blind men describing an elephant. I showed up with a bit of intel about federal gamers. Other Rebellians had different info. The only rules may be found here “Copyright and Trademark Notice” at the top of the page. Never mentions 1 %ers. Never says you have to ride. What IS here is an amazing community of people who are just having an open dialog. Sometimes you just want to say Fuck You to those cocksucking bastards, and this is the place you can. Don’t feel like you need to go anywhere. Maybe over to the saloon is all….

  26. Austin Says:

    “Earl said he and three bikers were able to stop and hold the hot rod.”


    This should help with the jury pool for the next round! LOL

    Hey Mr. WheresMyBoots! Good to see ya. and yeah…. exactly.

  27. WheresMyBoots Says:

    I haven’t commented here in some time and have been reminded of one of the reasons why.

    At any rate, one aspect of this site is that all comment without getting into problems between clubs most if not all of the time. This site, in other words, seems to be neutral ground where people can communicate regardless of affiliation.

    Personally I have communicated back and forth with a number of fine people here, and if they had any club affiliation they did not indicate so. Now sometimes it appears—by geographic location or perhaps things said—who *might* have some affiliation with one particular club or another. Some posters have been very clear that they are in, or associated with, a particular club, but I don’t recall any of them posting to me directly in the past. If I missed that I mean no disrespect to them whatsoever.

    Some of the people I have talked to here could be full PH’s for all I know, but I didn’t ask, and they didn’t say, and it’s none of my business either way as far as I am concerned.

    One of my comments yesterday, in response to someone obviously affiliated in some way with a particular club, was simply meant to express the fact that the system taking people down just because they are in a motorcycle club is wrong—nothing else. I also thanked him for informing me that there is yet another possible outcome in this Waco clusterfuck. He was decent enough to take the time to respond to me, and I responded in kind, and with due respect, as I believe he might be a 1%er, and I am not.
    Nothing. Else.
    I did not for example say anything even remotely resembling how I felt about a particular beef between two clubs—no matter who I might support—because it is none of my fucking business, and I wasn’t there. That’s club stuff—not my place to comment about club stuff.

    A beef between two clubs is none of my business, as is all club business, for any club.
    Motorcycle clubs tend to speak for themselves I believe, and I also believe would not appreciate ‘supporters’ of *any* kind, or any other non-club members, speaking for them, much less starting shit with another club.

    I figure buying a shirt or a coffee cup doesn’t give me or anyone else any rights. None. I have been asked by people completely unfamiliar with the motorcycle world questions regarding the nature of “a supporter”, as if that had some significance. I have explained to them that wearing a club support shirt is not unlike wearing say, a professional sports team shirt; in other words: if I wear an NFL team’s shirt, that doesn’t make me a player, a coach, or even a water boy. Just means I like the team. For people who wear support gear it probably means all kinds of things.
    According to that Reyna guy in Waco it makes them criminals. That’s bullshit, obviously.
    I wear a purple rag on my head: that means I support Senor Frog’s Bar at a resort location in Mexico I guess. Doesn’t mean I get free drinks there or have any right to speak on the behalf of the establishment—about *anything*, including if they had a beef with the bar down the beach. Not my place.

    I’m not getting into any pissing contests on the internet, I’m too old for that shit. I was too old for that shit thirty years ago.

    I support Rebel and his site, how’s that. I do it any way I can, wish I could do more. He’s a damned good writer and completely without bullshit on paper and on television.
    Finally …
    @Nero: I don’t know who you are, or anything about you. You don’t know me, or anything about me, I can assure you. As I said: I did not bring Nevada up, but rather than speaking to that person (most likely a 1%er), you chose to shit on me. Fine.
    I will tell you this much: you didn’t say who you are or who—if anybody—you are with.

    Your insults were untrue, so they don’t matter. That, and I couldn’t give two rusty fucks what you or the vast majority of the people on this planet think of me, and this internet sparring shit isn’t my thing.

    Last time I will address you in any way, or anyone else who chooses to piss on me with a keyboard.

    P.S. Budweiser, if you are still out there somewhere, I have to admit—you were entertaining.

  28. WheresMyBoots Says:

    A little late here, but haven’t been saying much for a while.
    Peculiar timing on the whole Google thing isn’t it.
    Rebel covering/uncovering Waco, and suddenly there’s a problem with the site according to Google, and as posted earlier, their accusations are subjective at best.

    Rebel’s Saloons (all three) have been places for conversation, and information–primarily about big bike life but also about all and sundry. They never pretended to be about anything else. Rebel is obviously not real big on bullshit, and he is real clear on that as all can see. Good info on bike repair, bike riding (I was blessed with what amounted to a manual on braking, low-speed turning, and generally staying alive on the thing ((–OH! And picking it up when I dumped it–Thank you lovely Austin)) some time ago). There have also been a number of instances where help was needed and help was offered and given between readers on many occasions–and sometimes between complete strangers. This is a good thing.

    So Google, or Bing (who I think now owns Google), and whoever owns the whole shebang, you probably have better things to worry about. Then again, if someone maybe *influenced* you to fuck with this site (speaking of Waco, whoo boy …), well … if you pay attention Rebel can be like a dog with a good hold on a bone, particularly when it comes to journalism about ‘saloon society’, ‘outlaw motorcyclists’, or just plain ‘ol ‘bikers’, and *the truth*. He won’t go away–not that kind of man, so give it up. A bunch of inbred wannabes called the iron-on disorder or something like that already tried it. They failed, but they are good at that–failing, grabasstic bunch of overgrown children that they are.

    And he has lotsa friends, does Rebel. Many he has never even met.

    Speaking of which: Happy Birthday Marine Corps! 242 candles is a bunch, so don’t smoke out until you get that out of the way. I was a squid but don’t hold it against me; nearing 60 so that was a little bit ago (God bless Olongapo and Subic City, 7th Fleet heaven).

    Respects, and Ride Free,

  29. Shutup Says:

    Happy birthday to all you devil dogs. Oohrah!

  30. Austin Says:

    @Drifter Thanks for the interesting link. My Army kid has a little pile of coin on the desk, but we don’t talk much about work. Not sure about the Marine – he’s never talked about it since he left Iraq. At least not to me. I can’t imagine how you could track down someone like that- but very cool that you are working on it.

    Glad I could send you a chuckle! ;)

  31. rollinnorth Says:

    “Driver indicted in fatal 2016 Bike Week crash
    Union Leader Correspondent
    November 07. 2017 1:46PM

    LACONIA — A Londonderry man has been charged with negligent homicide in connection with a 2016 crash on the Gilford Bypass.

    Brett Covey, 37, is alleged to have been driving his 2009 Chevy Impala negligently when he crossed a solid double-yellow line and drove in the oncoming lane before hitting a 1997 Harley-Davidson motorcycle, killing its driver, Paul Sambataro, 54, of Salem, a father of three.

    The indictment returned by a Belknap County grand jury on Oct. 26, additionally charges Covey with driving at a speed greater than reasonable for conditions while swerving in and out of his travel lane and failing to keep a proper lookout.

    The crash occurred about 4:30 p.m. June 17, 2016 in the Morrill Street area, during Motorcycle Week.

    The highway remained closed for nearly six hours while the Belknap Regional Accident Reconstruction Team investigated.

    The charge is a Class B felony, potentially punishable by a maximum sentence of 3.5 to 7 years in prison.”


  32. Drifter Says:

    Challenge coins. I recently ran into one at an estate clearance, and attempting to return it to the proper owner. Most here probably know the gig behind the coin, but found it interesting since i was ignorant to it.

    I think I found the Gentleman, hopefully get it back to him. This is from VN…..

    @Austin, rofl, Cheers back….

  33. rollinnorth Says:

    “Sixth Circuit: No need to disturb the convictions, sentences of five Cleveland men set up by ATF to rob nonexistent drug house. Concurrence (referencing an investigative news report): These stings should cease. Rather than targeting violent criminals, the gov’t is expending its resources to induce small-time crooks (typically low-income minorities), including, in this case, a gainfully employed young man with no criminal record, into crimes carrying lengthy sentences.”


  34. Austin Says:

    A blonde went into a bar in Waco and saw a cowboy with his feet propped up on a table. He had the biggest boots she’d ever seen.
    She asked the cowboy if it’s true what they say about men with big feet are well endowed.
    The cowboy grinned and said, “Shore is, little lady.Why don’t you come on out to the bunkhouse and let me prove it to you?”
    The blonde wanted to find out for herself, so she spent the night with him.
    The next morning she handed him a $100 bill.
    Blushing, he said, “Well, thankee, ma’am. Ah’m real flattered. Ain’t nobody never paid me fer mah services before.”
    “Don’t be flattered” she laughed, “Take the money and buy yourself some boots that fit.”

  35. rollinnorth Says:

    “New Orleans Prosecutors Accused of Using Fake Subpoenas

    Topped with the word ‘subpoena’ and the seal of the district attorney in New Orleans, the documents carried an air of authority. They instructed people to appear before prosecutors ‘to testify to the truth,’ and they warned that ‘failure to obey’ the missive could lead to a fine and imprisonment.

    But the personalized documents were never endorsed by any court. Instead, according to a federal civil rights lawsuit brought on Tuesday in New Orleans, the papers that were disguised as subpoenas were central to a sustained and fraudulent effort by local prosecutors to coerce witnesses.”


  36. FF Says:

    Pretty cool, pretty cool.

    Pretty neat, pretty neat.


  37. rollinnorth Says:

    “Florida Man Awarded $37,500 After Cops Mistake Glazed Doughnut Crumbs For Meth”

    He spent more than 10 hours in jail before being released on bail.

    Orlando police sent the evidence it had collected from Rushing’s car to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for further testing — which determined that just as he’d said, the white crystals were not a controlled substance. (Results did not indicate whether the substance was sweet and delicious.)

    All charges against Rushing were dropped.

    It would be a funnier story if it hadn’t been so closely replicated in Oviedo, a Florida city northeast of Orlando.

    Cashe went to jail for 90 days – 90 days in which he knew that the white substance in his car was simply drywall dust.

    ‘I know for a fact it’s drywall because I’m a handyman,’ Cashe told WFTV. ‘I said that continuously during the arrest stop.’

    Police in Orlando and Oviedo, like many other law enforcement agencies, use inexpensive field kits to test for drugs. Orlando’s police use NIK brand narcotic testing kits. A NIK general screening kit, which tests for opiates, meth and other drugs, costs just $18 for a box of 10.

    But such roadside test kits are far from foolproof.”


  38. RLG Says:

    This is normal behavior for Google these days.

  39. Goldsboro Williams Says:

    I don’t post often, but I really enjoy reading your stories and the comments. Crap like that just pisses me off. My guess is that Iron Rider is correct, and someone who got their panties in a bunch found a new way of getting revenge from a safe distance.

  40. Cap'n Bill Says:

    I forget the details but YAHOO did the same thing to me several years ago. I apparently typed something somewhere that ‘offended’ someone’s delicate sensibilities and they disabled my email address. In short, after many emails, I determined that their position is, ‘It’s our game, we make the rules, so FUCK OFF…’.

    Bee Kool, Mon

    Give ’em hell, Mr. Davis!


  41. Iron Rider Says:

    Unless of course old Uncle Reyna of some other element of Law Enforcement is complaining about something Rebel has reported on and asked to have the url containing the article removed, and that wouldn’t surprise me one bit

  42. TN Says:

    fucgoogle shidiots. Bunch of fucking gold digging whores with the governments dick in their mouth. Google gaargleing goovernment cum burping gutter sluts.

  43. Paladin Says:

    Well, there goes the neighborhood.


  44. AZ MC Supporter Says:

    Internet censorship has begun and it seems like nobody cares. It’s sad and I don’t wanna give up, but I can’t help but think this country as we knew it is screwed on so many levels.

  45. Iron Rider Says:

    I cant say I have seen anything inciteful or that would violate the terms Google has ( mins you when the little piggies come by to huff and puff and tell us what bad asses they are and how were all brainless morons it does make me laugh and want to hurl a few insults their way ( nothing I wouldn’t not do in person anyways, because I am a big fan of Law Enforcement ) Google’s algorithm makes me go WTF every once in a while, but these days it seems to be happening more and more, you ought to hear the Youtubers complaining about it

  46. East tx rider Says:

    After extensive googling I’m certain I don’t have a clue what dialogical means but I’m impressed by the very act that says “ hey google. Shove this up your snooty arses “ in words only googlites can understand .
    Give em hell.

  47. Dasein Says:

    ” irrelevant and/or misleading webpages
    Text on a page unrelated to the topic and/or business model of the website.”
    and google decides this?
    Fuck google

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