Rockem Says Sin Mob Real

February 25, 2013

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The former Hells Angel wanted to know why the hack writer didn’t call him before he wrote about him.

“I don’t know, man. What do you think I got wrong? I thought I was pretty nice to you.”

“Oh no,” Ralph “Rockem” Randolph replied. Randolph is a pleasant man, a former member of the Mesa, Arizona charter of the HAMC, a custom bike builder, an airline pilot, a former Marine and one of the two new stars of the Discovery Channel’s The Devils Ride. “You’re doing a good job. You just should have called me.”

“Okay. Ralph, what are you doing in this thing? This Sinister Mobster stuff is all make believe.”

Sinister Mob

Last year The Devils Ride was a campy parody of outlaw motorcycle clubs centered around a once nice, low key club in San Diego called the Laffing Devils. In a plot twist intended to set up the second season, the founder of the Laffing Devils, a former cast member named Thomas “Gipsy” Quinn, started a second club called the Sinister Mob Syndicate Motorcycle Club. The new club was founded in an unusual way – by Bischoff – Hervey Entertainment, the television show’s producers.

Previously The Aging Rebel said, “The Devils Ride has been insightful about three piece patch motorcycle clubs as Jersey Shore is insightful about Leonardo Da Vinci and as Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Killer is insightful about the Civil War.” There are a regrettably finite number of one-liners about this basic cable thing. Live with it. The foundation of the SMSMC and its alleged existence is one of the things the show gets wrong.

But Rockem protests. “Oh no. It’s a real club.” Randolph and his real, actual familiarity with motorcycles and motorcycle clubs is part of the smoke that surrounds The Devils Ride. Rockem’s personal history is supposed to convince the squares the show is the truth just as a couple of appearances by Rusty Coones last season were supposed to convince people the show was legitimate. Discovery describes Ralph Randolph’s character like this: “Now at the core of Sin Mob, Rockem has plans for the club that could eclipse all the members, including his President, Bubba.”

“Okay, Ralph. Did you prospect.”

“No! It’s a start up club. Sin Mob is a real club – we had to start it with original members.”

“How many members?”

“I can’t tell you.” Then Ralph said something completely ridiculous.

“Do you really want me to publish that?”

“No,” Rockem laughs. “No I don’t.”

“You know most guys in clubs hate this show.”

“On a show most people hate we just bagged 1.3 million viewers.”

“Well, I know every time I mention the show I get hits.”

“It’s the same for you and us. You get hits and we get ratings.”

“True that. The fluff pays for the journalism.”

Bischoff And Hervey

Ralph Randolph met Eric Bischoff and Jason Hervey in 2006 when he did a pilot for a show called Taking Care of Business. The show never sold but the men stayed in touch.

“Why? Money? I know the custom motorcycle business is down.”

“I wanted to get on the show so I could kick Sandman’s ass.” Robert “Sandman” Johnston is one of the original characters on The Devils Ride. “I was so pissed when I saw the show I wanted to kick his ass. That’s how I got here.”

“Very well. What can I do for you, Ralph? What do you want people to know?”

“It’s not fabricated – Sin Mob,” Ralph says without laughing. “Now we’ve started this thing with a whole bunch of outlaw MC guys. People will be pleasantly surprised. Even the haters will be pleasantly surprised. The show is really going to get good. It’s going to get more and more explosive. They’re gonna have some respect for who we are and what we’re doing.”

“Really?”

“Yes. Watch and see.”

“What else should people know?”

“My twitter account. It’s @rrknockout. I hope to promote my business through this thing. I have the shop in Mesa and I have a shop in Dago now.”

Ralph also wants everybody to know his show is on again tonight at 10 p.m.

 

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740 Responses to “Rockem Says Sin Mob Real”

  1. El Gringo Loco Says:

    Ridiculous……….

  2. Big Time Mike Says:

    ralph & his piece of shit brother are Feds

  3. Ken the Citizen Says:

    It’s hard for believe anyone would belong a club with all that drama.

  4. Wolfenlover Says:

    I surprised fuckin’ LEE-O hasn’t posted here! He’ll try to tie this in with the
    WACKO BS he/it’s been posting! LMAO

  5. Rod Says:

    Nice duo Rock’em and Suck’em….hahahahahahaha

  6. Stric9 Says:

    Muck 1%er Says:
    March 8, 2014 at 10:18 pm
    I used to have an album titled David Allen Coe Rides again. Pretty sure that was the title. The cover photo was him on a shovel, flying Outlaw colors
    ————–

    Believe it or not – That album is on display at the Harley Davidson Museum. FRONT & CENTER!

  7. Stric9 Says:

    Muck 1%er Says:
    March 8, 2014 at 10:18 pm
    I used to have an album titled David Allen Coe Rides again. Pretty sure that was the title. The cover photo was him on a shovel, flying Outlaw colors

    ——————–

    That album is on display in the Harley Davidson Museum. FRONT & CENTER.

  8. George Says:

    The Mongol Nation must be shaken in their boots down there in Southern CA.

  9. Richard Says:

    This is just some fucked up retarded wannabe Bikers… this Rockem… pffft please … he needs to stfu… it’s that i live in the Netherlands otherwise i would have fucked his face up allready and all other f-ing retarded wannabe bikers

  10. Bob B Says:

    makes me want to sell my HD and get a Vespa

  11. DJMW Says:

    Just more bullshit “scripted reality”. It was entertaining if you took it for the pure FICTION that it was.

  12. Juice Says:

    Who fucking cares if it is real, it is entertainment and I am entertained.

  13. mike s Says:

    What a fucking, surrender there cuts, in real life that woulda never happened. They would have fought to death for those . laughing vaginas

  14. Dont Matter Says:

    I knew it was bullshit when they showed a supposed convicted felon “Juice” shooting weapons.

  15. FF Says:

    No matter how many times I read it “Rockem Says Sin Mob Real” it still makes me laugh. I love this thread, and I always will. God bless us everyone.

    How ’bout choooooo

  16. Jeff Diamond Says:

    “I think it would have been more exciting if the laffing dildoes would have squared off against the singing mob in a dark alley west side story style”

    @streetrodder – They did that in season 2, complete with a cop car arriving just in time to break up the fight that looked like a 1980s tv show stunt vehicle.

  17. streetrodder Says:

    Painfully watched the “show last nite,”the laffing dildoes gave up their “cuts”called colors everywher everywhere else but socal.what a burrito fart! And their prez-sad max, looked like he was wearing lederhosen and white knee sox! I think it would have been more exciting if the laffing dildoes would have squared off against the singing mob in a dark alley west side story style with lots of singing and dancing on their toes and a flash of mack the knife but no blood.and the singing mob could have jack-em, suck-em and featuring a cameo of obama as fuck-em.now that would get some ratings for this turd show

  18. Oldskewl Says:

    Muck 1%,
    Here is a pic of that album cover you mentioned.

    http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/LwX94nok-0M/hqdefault.jpg

    OS

  19. Jim666 Says:

    Muck 1%er Says:
    March 9th, 2014 at 10:34 pm

    He seemed to me, to arrogant and a braggart. He did more talking about his accomplishments than he played or sang

    Muck 1%er
    now that you mentioned it he was like that the last time i seen him . that was the same night i spoke of above. heading to Fla. this week hopefully, Depends on finding somebody to watch little man till I get back, I hear he supposed to be there as usual , might get to check him out again .
    Have a good one my friend
    Jim

  20. Muck 1%er Says:

    I was sittin in a little dive bar on Atlantic beach NC, back in 78 or 79 and DAC dropped in to do a couple of sets. I remember dancing on a tabletop with a little blonde who later on became my wife and the mother of 4 of my children.
    I got invited to a gig he was playing down the road a ways the next day. When I got to the party site, there was a shitload of bikes were parked around a corral. A Budweiser hot air balloon was there and a semi truck full of beer.
    The band set up at the bottom of a hillside on a flatbed truck and the people sat on the hillside in the trees and I remember bikes doin hillclimbes through the crowd and trees.
    I got drunk as hell on some NC moonshine and woke up the next day with one hell of a shiner.
    Man that was one hell of a good party.
    My kids then grew up hearing that story and listening to his albums. A couple of years ago, he played in Nor Cal and I got to take all my kids to see him. I have to say, his performance now is NOTHING like it was back in the day when he was starting to make his bones in the music industry.
    He seemed to me, to arrogant and a braggart. He did more talking about his accomplishments than he played or sang. I don’t recall that he even completed even one song.
    That being said …I still love to listen to his music and admire/respect his songwriting abilities. I can only wish that I was that talented.

  21. RtC Says:

    Heard from friends that were there, about DAC in Texas picking up a new
    scooter, didn’t like the color, so got a bunch of spray-cans & WALA!
    Sprayed it BLACK, threw the cans on pavement & RODE. STILL considered an
    OUTLAW. WITH OR WITHOUT PATCH.
    RESPECTS to the REAL
    Redwolf the Conchoman

  22. Jim666 Says:

    Dont know why the above posted two times.

    always liked this band myself

    http://youtu.be/_rNZDlmqUz4

    http://youtu.be/JnCluApO0Kw

  23. Jim666 Says:

    @ Muck 1%er and RVN 69
    I remember seeing that on an 8 track that a friend of mine had
    He was an older cat and rode w/ a big east coast club Probabley was the reason for me joining a club in later years as he us to take me w/ him everywhere to hang w/ his brothers looking at bike parts fishing shit just every where hes dead now also
    good memories though
    we wore that 8 track out

  24. Jim666 Says:

    @ Muck 1%er and RVN 69
    I remember seeing that on an 8 track that a friend of mine had
    He was an older cat and rode w/ a big east coast club Probabley was the reason for me joining a club in later years as he us to take me w/ him everywhere to hang w/ his brothers looking at bike parts fishing shit just every where hes dead now also
    good memories though
    we wore that 8 track out

  25. N P Says:

    May 1978 Easyriders Magazine, #59, DAC interview. Muck 1% and RVN69 are correct about the album cover. It looks like an AMF shovel w/a 4″ over narrow front, black w/large white letters on the tank which spell OUTLAWS.

  26. RVN69 Says:

    Muck 1%er,
    If I remember correctly it was a fairly early model superglide. Old banana tank and gauges mounted on that cheap bracket attached to the riser/handlebar clamp, and it always broke.

    Respect

    “I came into this world kicking, screaming and covered in someone else’s blood. I am prepared to leave it the same way.”

  27. FF Says:

    Sharon Osbourne is the villain behind the treatment of Bill Ward. She’s a fucking scumbag.

    Bob Daisley, who played bass on Ozzy’s first “solo” record— which was recorded as a band effort called BLIZZARD OF OZ but surreptitiously became a solo record for Ozzy upon it’s released. She double crossed everybody— wrote a book called FOR FACTS SAKE which covers Daisly’s career in Uriah Heep and Ozzy. I’m gonna order it now.

  28. Muck 1%er Says:

    I used to have an album titled David Allen Coe Rides again. Pretty sure that was the title. The cover photo was him on a shovel, flying Outlaw colors

  29. One Eye Says:

    I read with interest the comments on Black Sabbath. I discovered Paranoid and Master of Reality when I was 12 years old and listened to them non-stop paying close attention to Geezer Butler and Bill Ward never thinking, at that time, that I would pick up a bass later.

    I have a lot of BS on my MP3 player; Sabotage and MoR are still my favourites, and I’ll agree the new cd doesn’t do a thing for me. I am especially disgusted with the treatment of Bill Ward. I was making plans to pay whatever the price to see them until I read of the dispute between Ward and the others. Later I visited the Sabbath web site and Ward was extirpated from photos like he hadn’t existed. Pathetic. I’ll always dig their old music with the original members, but I have lost all respect for the remaining three.

  30. Sieg Says:

    Still got that issue somewhere, he had a set-o-identical twins as his house-mouse(s)!

    And just to throw an eddicated guess out there, from the pix taken at the benefit, I’d guess you can put-paid to any trash-talk about him being out bad.

  31. Sieg Says:

    Wasn’t gonna comment on this, Jim, but I’ll tell you what is out in public from way back when.

    DAC did an interview with ER back when they were a real mag, said that he had been an O for a good bit, but was presently retired, in good standing, and that he retired behind not wanting to start problems in foreign territory on his tours. Went on to say that if they had Honoraries, he’s be one.

    That was back in the seventies, and that was written in public. Not my place to say anything about his status now.

    Respects.

    FTF/FTP
    SYLO

  32. Va. Bob Says:

    DAC recovered well enough to have a busy performing year in 2013.It appears that his website is down,but he has an informative Facebook page.And he’s playing at the Iron Horse during Bike Week,as usual.

  33. DocB Says:

    @NP And Jim666

    Heart of Fire is a Biker Church, has a bar and a stage in it. They do biker charitys and stuff. They did one for Mr Coe last year after the wreck. I can tell you the shirt he’s wearing in the photo is not a support shirt.

    r\
    Docb

  34. rollinnorth Says:

    I recall, awhile back, a DAC show being cancelled due to concerns about AOA being big fans of his, while stuff was brewing between them and local members of another big club.

    Respect.

  35. N P Says:

    Thanks Jim666. I wish him well in recovery.

  36. 10GAUGE Says:

    PHUQEUHEAD

    YES I did….Thank you for clearing it up

    RESPECTS
    10G

  37. Jim666 Says:

    N P Says:
    March 6th, 2014 at 11:34 pm
    Isn’t DAC a member of the Outlaws

    @ N P
    I heard some stories of that a long time ago some said he was,
    some others said he fuck up and was out bad ,
    other than that I have no Idea ,
    but I did a search just a while ago and did find this,
    Not sure what to make of it as there is a pic. but the article mentions only that DAC ws in a bad car accident and a church held a fund raiser for him ,link below

    http://www.whas11.com/news/Church-holds-benefit-for-country-outlaw-singer-211759471.html

    take from it what you will

    All I know is Ive always liked his music

  38. Phuquehed Says:

    @10GAUGE – I never said I was in Nam. I said VNVLV, any time I mention that club. I have *friends* in it that were in Nam, I would have been in the Legacy part, naturally, but I *never* said I was trying to get into the VNV part. How the hell could I? They’d see that instantly when asking how old I was and seeing my DD214. You read something, somewhere wrongly and badly.

  39. 10GAUGE Says:

    RVN69

    Done

    Respects
    10G

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