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Old 01-18-2013, 08:18 AM   #20
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Moving motorcycles

Originally Posted by AKDuc View Post
.... I once helped a girl move her Ducati Monster into her living room one winter a few years back. She was a bartender at Koot's and her ex was the GM of MotoCorsa Ducati in Portland. Needless to say, it was a very nice Monster. Because of this encounter, I ended up with my own Monster.

Mark H.
I was working on a tight deadline yesterday and was focusing on my story/photo essay about the incredibly-tough (BAD ASS) linemen I work with and not on motorcyle talk. But now that I'm done with my magazine article (and very proud of the result!!!!) I started thinking more about this thread, looking at it with the usual dark-blonde logic.

Based on Mark H's two responses, I know whom to call on when I need assistance moving a motorcycle into my house. But now I have a rhetorical question. After Mark helped a lady movie her Monster into her living room, he ended up with his own Monster. I wonder if he helps me move one of my DRs into my house if he would end up with his own DR?

Since he already owns quite a few motorcycles, he probably doesn't have room for any more so I could ask him to help me move something smaller that he probably doesn't already own, like... hmmm.... a pink tutu.

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