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Just watch a few Super Dave Osborne videos, his calculations were spot on....sort of, lol.

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Though I may shake my fist at them again tomorrow, tonight I will bow my head and offer these vulcanized tires as tribute. I will cut the night with the sound of wide open throttle...and no matter what....If I am destined for Valhalla....I will enter as a man who did not lift. - Speed Demons prayer to the Gods of Chaos.
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Ramp Dutchess Doggo is very regal and majestic. Im starting to think you SHOULD build her a throne to observe your shenanigans from...

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That's a pretty dog

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Ramp Dutchess Doggo is very regal and majestic. Im starting to think you SHOULD build her a throne to observe your shenanigans from...

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Thanks bro.........so I've pondered on this a bit and I'm starting think you're on to something.


Perhaps all of my dirtbike journey should feature an appropriate vantage point for the First Lady of Sketch......

Though I may shake my fist at them again tomorrow, tonight I will bow my head and offer these vulcanized tires as tribute. I will cut the night with the sound of wide open throttle...and no matter what....If I am destined for Valhalla....I will enter as a man who did not lift. - Speed Demons prayer to the Gods of Chaos.
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Gratitude brother. If one were to look up the breed description for the Corso, you'd find River's personality point for point. She's crazy smart, brave, very confident, aloof from strangers but observes intensely, very protective of my wife (and me), uses a myriad of vocalizations to communicate, constantly through out the day.....and still curls up in my lap. All 100 lbs of her.

Very lucky to get to share my life with such a fantastic creature.

Though I may shake my fist at them again tomorrow, tonight I will bow my head and offer these vulcanized tires as tribute. I will cut the night with the sound of wide open throttle...and no matter what....If I am destined for Valhalla....I will enter as a man who did not lift. - Speed Demons prayer to the Gods of Chaos.
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