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    Quote Originally Posted by trevor View Post
    Garth, I just donated this way with my credit card...no pin needed. And I didn't have to sign into my paypal account
    Yes. Don't log into your Paypal account, just initiate the Paypal payment through the "support us" tab on the homepage and at at the bottom of one of the pages is the credit card or debit card option.
    '84 GS750EF (Oct 2015 BOM) '79 GS1000N (June 2007 BOM) My Flickr site http://www.flickr.com/photos/soates50/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    Yes. Don't log into your Paypal account, just initiate the Paypal payment through the "support us" tab on the homepage and at at the bottom of one of the pages is the credit card or debit card option.

    Thanks Sandy and Trevor......
    Old age and treachery will beat youth and skill every time
    Originally Posted by Schweisshund I mean, sure, guns were used in some of these mass shootings, but not all of them
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    I just sent a donation. By using the forum link to Paypal it doesn't allow a sender to pick Paypal's "friends and family" option. That would eliminate Paypal fees and seems to be a legitimate use? ( not purchasing a product). Anyhow, hope that enough funds can be raised.
    1981 Suzuki GS650G

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    I'm just happy that I'm at the point in my life that I can give. Not so long ago I was scratching to get by. You definitely do not have to be rich to enjoy motorcycling. That is why I love the GS motorcycle so much. Well that and when my older brothers friend pulled up on a new 1978 GS 750e! 🙂
    My Motorcycles:
    21 Triumph Tiger 900 GT (coming to a town near you)
    16 Yamaha FJR1300 (Probably been to a town near you)
    82 1100e Drag Bike (needs race engine)
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    79 1000e (all original)
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    Sent......
    82 1100 EZ (red)

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    Done....
    Ron
    When I die, just cremate me and put me in my GS tank. That way I can go through these carbs, one more time!

    1978 GS750EC - Nov. 2017 BOTM - Sold
    1978 GS1000C - May 2021 BOTM
    1983 GS1100E
    1978 GS1000E - Sold
    1981 GS1100E - very slow work in progress!
    1985 GS550E - might never get to it!

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    My donation will be in shortly. It's been a while since I've contributed, but I'd hate to see this great site go away.

    Even if I'm not working on my own bike, I enjoy, among other things, reading about other projects and repairs going on.
    Roger

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    Done. This community has made my life immeasurably richer.

    Weird how old motorcycles bring people together.
    1983 GS850G, Cosmos Blue.
    2005 KLR685, Aztec Pink - Turd II.3, the ReReReTurdening
    2015 Yamaha FJ-09, Magma Red Power Corrupts...
    Eat more venison.

    Please provide details. The GSR Hive Mind is nearly omniscient, but not yet clairvoyant.

    Celeriter equita, converteque saepe.

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    Ok, will do!
    Currently bikeless
    '81 GS 1100EX - "Peace, by superior fire power."
    '06 FZ1000 - "What we are dealing with here, is a COMPLETE lack of respect for the law."

    I ride, therefore I am.... constantly buying new tires.

    "Tell me what kind of an accident you are going to have, and I will tell you which helmet to wear." - Harry Hurt

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    Donation in from JedzMoto
    Jedz Moto
    2016 Yamaha FJ-09 Tracer - Fazer 900 The Mule
    2018 Triumph Bonneville T120-
    2020 Honda Monkey Z125 - Back road discoverer
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    2015 Kymco Agility 125 - Wife's bike
    2017 Honda Fit - The Cheap New Honda
    Quote Originally Posted by Hayabuser
    Cool is defined differently by different people... I'm sure the new rider down the block thinks his Ninja 250 is cool and why shouldn't he? Bikes are just cool.


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