Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Carl Sundquis » Tue, 18 Jun 2002 08:35:23


I pull into a truckstop at 5:45 this morning to make my pre-race bathroom
stop. The store had a 4 or 5 ac/dc TVs for sale and on all but one tv were
tuned to the same station showing -- and I am not making this up -- Ron
Jeremy hosting a show called Sex Talk (must have taken them at least a month
to come up with that name). At first I thought it was Comedy Central showing
a Saturday Night Live spoof, but no it was the real Ron J, albeit with
clothes on, fat as ever, with his receding hairline afro. I don't think it
was a ***o tape because the truckstop was a national chain, with a Subway
attached to it, not some hole in the wall joint. The sound was off, so I
didn't catch any of the dialogue.
 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by brian trdin » Tue, 18 Jun 2002 09:45:47

My sister lives in LA.  Last weekend there was an *** film convention in
town, and she went there to have her picture taken with Ron.  She had
brought a santa hat, becuase she was planning on using the pic in a***
christmas card this year. (a hedgehog christmas, I guess). Unfortunetly, Ron
was a no-show, so her little plan didn't work out.  Guess it'll be hallmark
again this year...


Quote:
> I pull into a truckstop at 5:45 this morning to make my pre-race bathroom
> stop. The store had a 4 or 5 ac/dc TVs for sale and on all but one tv were
> tuned to the same station showing -- and I am not making this up -- Ron
> Jeremy hosting a show called Sex Talk (must have taken them at least a
month
> to come up with that name). At first I thought it was Comedy Central
showing
> a Saturday Night Live spoof, but no it was the real Ron J, albeit with
> clothes on, fat as ever, with his receding hairline afro. I don't think it
> was a ***o tape because the truckstop was a national chain, with a Subway
> attached to it, not some hole in the wall joint. The sound was off, so I
> didn't catch any of the dialogue.


 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Tom Kunic » Tue, 18 Jun 2002 13:14:50


Quote:

> My sister lives in LA.  Last weekend there was an *** film convention in
> town, and she went there to have her picture taken with Ron.  She had
> brought a santa hat, becuase she was planning on using the pic in a***
> christmas card this year. (a hedgehog christmas, I guess). Unfortunetly,
Ron
> was a no-show, so her little plan didn't work out.  Guess it'll be
hallmark
> again this year...

So perversion runs in your family. The mind boggles about your parents.

 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Dave Hanse » Tue, 18 Jun 2002 13:17:31


Quote:


> > My sister lives in LA.  Last weekend there was an *** film convention in
> > town, and she went there to have her picture taken with Ron.  She had
> > brought a santa hat, becuase she was planning on using the pic in a***
> > christmas card this year. (a hedgehog christmas, I guess). Unfortunetly,
> Ron
> > was a no-show, so her little plan didn't work out.  Guess it'll be
> hallmark
> > again this year...

> So perversion runs in your family. The mind boggles about your parents.

Actually I have been to one of those and they are pretty cool
Dave
 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Alexi » Tue, 18 Jun 2002 09:11:47

"Pre-race bathroom stop?"......Does that mean you are racing again?
Quote:

> I pull into a truckstop at 5:45 this morning to make my pre-race bathroom
> stop. The store had a 4 or 5 ac/dc TVs for sale and on all but one tv were
> tuned to the same station showing -- and I am not making this up -- Ron
> Jeremy hosting a show called Sex Talk (must have taken them at least a month
> to come up with that name). At first I thought it was Comedy Central showing
> a Saturday Night Live spoof, but no it was the real Ron J, albeit with
> clothes on, fat as ever, with his receding hairline afro. I don't think it
> was a ***o tape because the truckstop was a national chain, with a Subway
> attached to it, not some hole in the wall joint. The sound was off, so I
> didn't catch any of the dialogue.

 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Henry Cha » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 00:16:51



Quote:


>> My sister lives in LA.  Last weekend there was an *** film convention in
>> town, and she went there to have her picture taken with Ron.  She had
>> brought a santa hat, becuase she was planning on using the pic in a***
>> christmas card this year. (a hedgehog christmas, I guess). Unfortunetly,
>Ron
>> was a no-show, so her little plan didn't work out.  Guess it'll be
>hallmark
>> again this year...

>So perversion runs in your family. The mind boggles about your parents.

Oh ya, that sex stuff is really evil. ***ed even.

One thing that's jacked up with the *** repression in this country
is that it's ok to show explicit *** in mainstream tv and movies,
but it's not ok to show explicit sex. This is very ironic when one
considers that sex is something that everyone does, indeed it is a
necessary biological function for human beings to propogate, while
*** and killing is clearly not behavior that one would want to
encourage in a culture.

Henry
rbr sociologist

 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Scott Anderso » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 00:19:32

Quote:
> > My sister lives in LA.  Last weekend there was an *** film convention
in
> > town, and she went there to have her picture taken with Ron.  She had
> > brought a santa hat, becuase she was planning on using the pic in a***
> > christmas card this year. (a hedgehog christmas, I guess). Unfortunetly,
> Ron
> > was a no-show, so her little plan didn't work out.  Guess it'll be
> hallmark
> > again this year...

> So perversion runs in your family. The mind boggles about your parents.

A Ron Jeremy x-mas card would be extremely cool. As opposed to ***ed.
Get a grip.
 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Tom Kunic » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 07:34:09


Quote:
> > > My sister lives in LA.  Last weekend there was an *** film
convention
> in
> > > town, and she went there to have her picture taken with Ron.  She had
> > > brought a santa hat, becuase she was planning on using the pic in a
***
> > > christmas card this year. (a hedgehog christmas, I guess).
Unfortunetly,
> > Ron
> > > was a no-show, so her little plan didn't work out.  Guess it'll be
> > hallmark
> > > again this year...

> > So perversion runs in your family. The mind boggles about your parents.

> A Ron Jeremy x-mas card would be extremely cool. As opposed to ***ed.
> Get a grip.

Sure, take your mother and your sister down and introduce them to Ron
Jeremy.
 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Brad Ander » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 09:58:35


Quote:


> > > > My sister lives in LA.  Last weekend there was an *** film
> convention
> > in
> > > > town, and she went there to have her picture taken with Ron.
She had
> > > > brought a santa hat, becuase she was planning on using the pic
in a
>***
> > > > christmas card this year. (a hedgehog christmas, I guess).
> Unfortunetly,
> > > Ron
> > > > was a no-show, so her little plan didn't work out.  Guess it'll
be
> > > hallmark
> > > > again this year...

> > > So perversion runs in your family. The mind boggles about your
parents.

> > A Ron Jeremy x-mas card would be extremely cool. As opposed to
***ed.
> > Get a grip.

> Sure, take your mother and your sister down and introduce them to Ron
> Jeremy.

Perhaps an introduction would be unnecessary.

Brad Anders

 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Scott Anderso » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 10:02:12

Quote:
> > A Ron Jeremy x-mas card would be extremely cool. As opposed to
***ed.
> > Get a grip.

> Sure, take your mother and your sister down and introduce them to Ron
> Jeremy.

Why not? Hell, I'd take my wife and daughter. He's just an honest working
stiff like you and me, right?
 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Henry Cha » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 10:55:25

On Mon, 17 Jun 2002 21:02:12 -0400, "Scott Anderson"

Quote:

>> > A Ron Jeremy x-mas card would be extremely cool. As opposed to
>***ed.
>> > Get a grip.

>> Sure, take your mother and your sister down and introduce them to Ron
>> Jeremy.

>Why not? Hell, I'd take my wife and daughter. He's just an honest working
>stiff like you and me, right?


can no longer be characterized as 'stiff'.

Henry

 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Tom Kunic » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 11:16:27


Quote:


> can no longer be characterized as 'stiff'.

Get the better of the guy in a discussion and he'll use any cheap shot he
can...
 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by The Pomerania » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 11:16:22

Quote:

> ... The mind boggles about your parents.

Same to you.
 
 
 

Weird stuff like this always happens around bike races

Post by Dominick Fiumar » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 15:30:11

He said "stiff".hehehe    hehehe    hehehe!
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Post by scott patt » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 21:49:14


Quote:




>> can no longer be characterized as 'stiff'.

>Get the better of the guy in a discussion and he'll use any cheap shot he
>can...

Isn't that what you have been doing to "The Pomeranian" for the better
part of a month?

Scott
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