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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    Well that's good to hear. I bet he's still up to all manner of mischief.
    Agreed.
    Pretty good bet his "retirement" is a lot different than a lot of us.
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    I wonder if Haarop will ever return to the forum? ... He WAS one in a million!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    Well that's good to hear. I bet he's still up to all manner of mischief.
    That is 100% in keeping with his personality. I miss him.
    "Thought he, it is a wicked world in all meridians; I'll die a pagan."
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve murdoch View Post
    Agreed.
    Pretty good bet his "retirement" is a lot different than a lot of us.
    1000% guaranteed.
    "Thought he, it is a wicked world in all meridians; I'll die a pagan."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    I'd love to read it - I'm sure there's a lot to tell!

    I'm on the bike again this year - never even started it last year. I'd done a lot of stuff to it too in recent years - clutch springs, complete charging overhaul, rebuild brakes and new lines, just did chain and sprocket conversion, about to check valves and do the flogged front forks over, and last night on the way home from work I got felled by a dead condenser. Silly silly silly. Turns out a lot of people are out of stock too. Ah well it's good to be back in the game.
    I keep threatening to bake but there's so little time and too many hobbies.

    Keep us posted!
    Good for you Allie!! I miss the wind... and the Freedom...
    My severed ankle has been giving me trouble lately. The metal was taken out of it years ago, now it rubbing bone-to-bone.
    It's hard to even water my garden in this 110+ degree weather, lately, especially with my mashed ankle.
    To top it all off, I broke my first toe, hitting a chair leg, in the kitchen 3 days ago. It's a bad hammer toe. Looks like it's broken in two places. ...I did some yelling... ....LOL... At least it's on the same foot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GS1150Pilot View Post
    1000% guaranteed.
    Yup. When I retire I picture me hanging out a shingle and teaching piano. If anyone still wants to play it by then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peppermint Patti View Post
    Good for you Allie!! I miss the wind... and the Freedom...
    My severed ankle has been giving me trouble lately. The metal was taken out of it years ago, now it rubbing bone-to-bone.
    It's hard to even water my garden in this 110+ degree weather, lately, especially with my mashed ankle.
    To top it all off, I broke my first toe, hitting a chair leg, in the kitchen 3 days ago. It's a bad hammer toe. Looks like it's broken in two places. ...I did some yelling... ....LOL... At least it's on the same foot!
    The body is a treacherous thing. The indignities mount year by year.
    "Men will never be free until Mark learns to do The Twist."

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve murdoch View Post
    Agreed.
    Pretty good bet his "retirement" is a lot different than a lot of us.

    RETIRE??? HAAROP? Doubt that will ever happen! Assume that guy is a lifer in mischief... He may have gotten banned from here, but, as we can see; He may be gone, but not forgotten!
    Retire... Doesn't that mean you re-tire? Sounds to me like you just get tired, all over, again....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    The body is a treacherous thing. The indignities mount year by year.
    So true Allie! I'm weathering the storm quite well, considering the conditions. Lol... I should have been dead by now, but somehow God saved me.
    I'm begging Him to at least let me finish my book, (which is extremely hard to write, as I am going back over all the trials I had before I was 33 years old). It's brings up emotions that I've tried to forget...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peppermint Patti View Post
    RETIRE??? HAAROP? Doubt that will ever happen! Assume that guy is a lifer in mischief... He may have gotten banned from here, but, as we can see; He may be gone, but not forgotten!
    Retire... Doesn't that mean you re-tire? Sounds to me like you just get tired, all over, again....
    He is retired and up to lots of interesting projects. His page is fun and interesting to read .....He is quite a creative guy ..... However the last " mischief " I am aware of was his exit from Dubai ...... Apparently it involved a 45 day stay in their " Luxury Hotel for Miscreants " and a direct drive to the airport upon checking out ..... He apparently enjoyed Rock star status at the " hotel " as the only Green Beret who had ever graced their presence ......
    Old age and treachery will beat youth and skill every time
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