Favorite Time To Post And Read Is ????

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Mountainman, Jul 16, 2009.

  1. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    I like it early in the morning
    when I am just kind of waking up
    on site in the dark
    as I fill the coffee cup

    little motors on bikes
    still do turn me on
    pretty girls back in school
    the list goes on and on

    looking at your bikes
    makes me want to ride
    get out my lights
    to be seen don't hide

    I had better stop -- right there -- the poetry ain't flowing on this morning !!

    what's your favorite time to be on site ???

    once again -- as we ride those motor bike THINGS


  2. Pablo

    Pablo Motored Bikes Sponsor

    I just read and post on the various sites on which my mind and eyes loiter, whenever I get a chance, mere snippets of this quantum flow we view as time.

    Ride On, ride valiantly - ride for the victory, ride for freedom.
    Ride the dream.
  3. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    good morning Pablo

    I have a little ache
    burning down inside
    it's a beautiful day outside
    taking the THING out for a ride....................................................ride on

    have a good motor biking day
  4. nhfembiker

    nhfembiker New Member

    love the poetry... I'm a bit of a poet myself as you know :)

    Lately work has been slow, so I read and post in the morning. But I'm more awake very late at night (unfortunately). A broken heart keeps me awake at odd hours.
  5. Hawaii_Ed

    Hawaii_Ed Member

    Since I am retired and inbetween jobs, I am working on my Master's online. So I lke to take breaks, flip through facebook (mafia wars), some hot rod sites, check craig's list for deals, and here several times a day. I start inthe morning with coffee, then take a few hours on school, come back, etc. :) I am a bit behind on the school and am working to get caught up. I need to get it done so I have some time to ride!

  6. fasteddy

    fasteddy Member

    nhfembiker--How are you holding up?
    Is life getting a bit easier to handle?

    I lived in NH from 1987 to 1997 in Concord,Boscowen and mostly in North Conway. Loved it. My son still lives in Deering and works in Concord. He will never leave.

    If you have to be heart broken is there a better place? It worked for me when I needed it.

  7. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    ok now fasteddy -- answer the real question ??

    back up to the top Steve
    what time of the day do you do this site THING ???
    bad boy !!!
  8. nhfembiker

    nhfembiker New Member

    North Conway is gorgeous...kind of a ways from where I am though so I don't get up there much. I live in Londonderry.

    A better place to be heart broken? Is any place a good place? :) What worked for you?
  9. fasteddy

    fasteddy Member

    Mountainman--Sorry the NH THING clouded my vision.
    Ready for this 'all day,all night'. There is no Mary Ann though. Been using the computer for about 8 months now. I shunned it like it was a lepper for years but then I discovered this site and you folks and one thing lead to another and my world now has endless boundries
    Other than nap time I sit here and cruise the web to see what is doing.Things will drop off now that my knees are healing and I can get out more.
    Seems strange when I think that I'm moving around on stainless steel and nylon.
    The total time? Average 10-12 hrs a day.
    I even read Sparky's threads.Some day he will write something worth reading and I don't want to miss an occasion as special as that. LOL.

    Thanks to everyone.

  10. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    that's a

    thats a good reason to stick around close
    as we keep our fingers crossed
    just kidding
    good motor biking day to all
    from -- MM
  11. fasteddy

    fasteddy Member

    Mountainman--I dread that day because computers around the world will melt into heaps.

  12. sparky

    sparky Active Member

    Oh boy... what will I come up with next?!? :D
  13. sparky

    sparky Active Member

    Oh yea... my poem for the classroom. How forgetful of me.

    I get my groove on,
    Especially late at night.
    I get my groove on,
    When the mood is right.

    Twistin' and turnin',
    Rippin' and burnin'...
    We all ride together,
    No matter the weather.

    ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)

    I like this poetry shiz.
  14. SimpleSimon

    SimpleSimon Active Member

    I'm no poet, so I'll spare you all any doggerel I might conjure forth.

    I'm disabled, and this computer is my major window on the world. I am slowly progressing with my trike build - much more slowly than I'd like, because it requires the one thing I have none of - money. I am online 24/7, pretty much, and I visit MBc anywhere from 3 ro 2 dozen times a day, along with a bunch of other sites. So really, I don't have a "favorite" time to drop in.

    Hey, Hawaii_Ed - what are you doing your Master's degree in?
  15. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    is that a rap thing kind of poem ???????? sparky

    that's almost like a rap thing poem !!!!
    and coming from down your way -------------------much appreciated
    thinking that we could together -- just take this site right over

    call it -- The Sick Poem Writers On Motor Bikes Site

    what you think -- got a ring to it ?? Don't let Dave know -- spoils everyTHING !!

  16. RMWdave

    RMWdave Member

    twist the throttle, wibble wobble
    rings or not no need to squabble.

    for one we are as nation we must
    ride these things till they ****IN BUST!

    then fix em!
  17. fasteddy

    fasteddy Member

    Ahhh Mountainman now Dave AND Sparky are loose.
    You were right, I should have made sure the door was locked.
    I'm really, really sorry.
    I'll try and make for it later if I can.
    I should have done my THING.

  18. RMWdave

    RMWdave Member

    Ode to my thing.
  19. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    and she's all mine

    I like it early in the morning
    no one else to be found
    me and the hot little computer
    truly getting down

    motor bike site smoking
    coffee tasting divine
    got me a good running motor bike
    and she's all mine

    life sure is good today
    on the mountain top
    a lot of fine THINGS to do
    never want to stop

    riding those THINGS

  20. scokes

    scokes Member

    From Eight to Five is when I post
    Enjoying the company from coast to coast
    Learning new tricks to make my Happy Time better
    Reading your threads from letter to letter

    Monday thru Friday, I'm "Riding that THING"
    Nothin' like hearing that 2-cycle sing
    There's no place on the 'net that I'd rather be
    I just hope and pray the Boss-man don't catch me!