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PODCAST-We start off this episode introducing a new Co-Host, PopEye, from the Sworn Few MC's “Big River” Prospective Chapter.
We want to thank loyal listener Matt Pass from California for sending us some awesome voice messages reference and ongoing battle; Harley Davidson vs. Metric motorcycles. We give our two cents worth on the issue and discuss it.
We want to thank loyal listener Larry Baxter of Homer, Alaska for being on the Law Abiding Website as we were recording this episode. He hit us up using the chat feature located in the bottom right hand corner of our website pages. He actually curbed the show's content!! We were going to wait until episode 21 to play a voice message he left us. Instead, we chatted back and forth and we ended up playing his voice message on this episode. You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook to find out when we are recording episodes. If you want to chat us up during the recordings, you too may curb the show!!
Larry is looking for persons in the Alaska area to ride with and/or start a Law Abiding Biker Motorcycle Club with. Please email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to hook up with him!! He would really appreciate it.
As you can see the Law Abiding Biker Community continues to grow closer together!! It has been awesome meeting and getting to know our listeners, subscribers, etc. We are very humbled by the support we are getting! I can't tell you in words just how much it means to us! Keep the awesome emails and voicemails coming!!
We also discuss Son's of Anarchy and the start of their 6th season!! Of course we have released some SOA specific Law Abiding Biker Podcast Episodes already and will continue to do so. We talk about actor Charlie Hunnam, who plays Jackson Teller (Jax) in the FX Network Television Series. I found a couple of good YouTube videos where Conan O'brien interviewed him. Check them out below. #LawAbidingBiker #BikerPodcast #MotorcyclePodcast #SOA #SOAFX
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