The New, Improved, Dialogical Saloon, Wine And Cigar Bar

July 12, 2012

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If you have been to the original Dialogical Saloon you know what to do.  The commodification  of bikers, Laffing Devils, RICO, Cop Clubs, RUBs, one percenter diamonds, Sons Of Anarchy, old ladies, funny noises women make during the physical act of love, farm animals, alphabet soup police, which is the very best motorcycle club of all, is Harley doomed, noise pollution, helmet laws, heavy metal versus hound dog country?  What about The Moonshine Bandits? You tell me what the news is.

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5,006 Responses to “The New, Improved, Dialogical Saloon, Wine And Cigar Bar”

  1. Austin Says:

    Irene, the church gossip, and self appointed monitor of the church’s morals, kept sticking her nose into other people’s business. Several members did not approve of her extra curricular activities, but feared her enough to maintain their silence.
    She made a mistake, however, when she accused George, a new church member, of being an alcoholic after she saw his old pickup parked in front of the town’s only bar one afternoon. She emphatically told George, and several others, that everyone seeing it there would know exactly what he was doing.
    George, a man of few words, stared at her for a few moments and just turned and walked away. He didn’t explain, defend, or deny! He said nothing!
    Later that evening, George quietly parked his pickup in front of Irene’s house …. walked home …. and left it there all night.

  2. Dasein Says:

    Stroker: Thanks for all that, nice reply.

  3. stroker Says:

    Dasein: I am a sometime student of history, and have been to many battlefields in the East, because I grew up there.
    However, the most intimate event betwixt myself and an ancient battlefield occurred in August of 1976, making an around the country tour on my panhead. I threw a rod, and limped into the cemetery at Hagerstown, Maryland, and threw up my tent, and camped right there amongst the tombstones, in the rain! It was perhaps the closest I’ve been to the old soldiers who fought and died there.
    Insight into battles? I dunno, I think seeing the cornfield where the infamous Pickett’s charge took place best demonstrates the passion and futility of the men who charged across that field into withering Union fire, and what could only be described as carnage on a grand scale as they attempted to cross the road and the wall. Gettysburg was a mighty orgy of vicious slaughter (on both sides)…..with a well-entrenched Union barely holding off a desperate Rebel army, in a terrain that offered many different topographical features, most all exploited quite well by the Union. Seeing it brings home the finality of it all.
    Other battles fascinate me, but I don’t feel qualified to comment on those I’ve only visited briefly, or not at all.
    Thanks for the question.

  4. Shovelhead Says:

    I’ve never lived in the South…well, I spent several years in Daytona Beach in the mid 80’s but I don’t consider that living in the South.
    Anyway, I ride up here in Maine with a rebel Flag flying on the back of my old Shovelhead to show support and to say Fuck You to BLM & the overly politically correct assholes out there.
    The Rebel Flag is a symbol of Freedom not oppression and I’ll fly it as long as I like. let some loud mouth Yuppie punk try to take it….

  5. Phuquehed Says:

    Wanna get under the skin of a fucktard who is all for removing any and every-thing ‘South’ and ‘Confederate’?

    When they use the tired, worn and completely wrong fable of it was about slavery and those who fought for the South were ‘traitors’, just tell the ‘tard ‘Hey, ya know, I bet ol’ King whatshisname in Britain thought the same damn fucking thing about those fuckers in the colonies who decided they didn’t like his ‘laws’ and ‘government’ and fought against him. Wow…sound familiar, you puny-minded, cock-sucking, diseased bed sore?

    Usually the only come-back they have for that is ‘That was different!’. Yeah, right.

  6. Dasein Says:

    Stroker: In your travels, have you ever toured any Revolutionary or Civil War battle fields? I’ve always been interested in battlefield topography. where no doubt often some of it was part of at least one side’s plan, much of it I suspect was just a matter of where the forces happened to find themselves. However it came about, the”lay of the land” was probably always a huge, though not always decisive factor in the outcome. So, if you’ve been to any of these places, at “bike level”, do you recall any insights along these lines?

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