Re: [messengers] Fading Cult

Date: 14 Apr 2010 15:40:03 +0200
From: C Q <fixieman@xxxxxxxxx>


Hear hear

I never felt part of a cult thing
for me it was always more of a brotherhood (and sisterhood)
I been retired for some time now
But I love to come out and see my old friends, and new, when ever I get the
chance
A good Bunch
always a good time to be had

Chuck

P.S. by the real thing, you mean Jameson's right?

see Ya'll in Guatemala Baby!!!
Buda, I wish...


On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 4:50 PM, Lane Kagay <cetmaracks@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> You're speaking my language, Alias.
>
> Lane
>
> On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 12:46 PM, Alias Johnson <aliasjhnsn@xxxxxxxxx
> >wrote:
>
> > As an old guy (58 next week!) and a messenger in the late sixties and
> early
> > seventies, I never got the "cult" thing anyway. I was a DC messenger for
> a
> > law firm and had extremely long hair and dressed like a "hippie"
> (whatever I
> > bought at the thrift store). I could (and did) walk into any Federal
> > Building in the District WITH my bike and was never asked for ID or
> > harrassed about bringing my bike inside! Bike messengers were few and far
> > between as most courier services used BMW motorcycles at the time. I left
> DC
> > and went to live the seafaring life before the "cult" was established...
> > glad I missed it! I ride SSMTB mostly now, though I own road bikes and
> full
> > blown geared MTBs. The one thing I dig the most though is hanging in the
> bar
> > with the real thing!
> >
> >
> >
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