The captains helm swap was a good time. More of the crap I like, and I found a couple neat gems. Thanks to all who came out and there will be another.
The picture of the Triumph on the top is a buddy of mine Alex. He's seriously built this thing from scratch up finding every part, figuring it out by mistakes and learning on his way. He rides his bike more than alot of the goons out there. It's cool to see someone put the time an effort into something and ride the piss out of of it every day. Good work
S.O.A. played a total of 12 gigs in and around the eastern US, their first on December 6, 1980, in Washington, D.C., and their last on July 10, 1981, in Philadelphia. Henry Rollins later described their performances: "All of them were eleven to fourteen minutes in duration because the songs were all like forty seconds... and the rest of the time we were going, 'Are you ready? Are you ready?' Those gigs were poorly played songs in between 'Are you readys?"
Rosie Pai Stopnik born 11-5-10, 7 lbs 3 ounces. My wife Lindsay is tough as nails.
We went in Friday afternoon at 2:45 and she popped this kid out at 9:32 pm. All natural, no pain killers or epideral. The feeling is unexplainable when the Dr hands you the baby and tells you your a dad.