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i'm not sure if the ride organizer is doing this in place of the MR 2nd fri. ride, or if they think their ride is the MR 2nd fri. ride. it'd be nice if they actually posted and let us know what they're thinking.
their meet up spot is the old meet up spot for MR rides. i smell something fishy.
Hey everyone, let's not get crazy.
If there's anything important I've learned around here, it's from Joe Borfo (it was you, right?), and it's to remember that a ride is supposed to be fun, not stressful. Don't worry too much. 2nd Friday is a tradition we all like, but I don't think we should get silly and fussy over it.
Are you talking about the Jedi Mind trick Ride? That was a crazy ride. Went all the way to Alhambra and we got lost. Some kid got hit by a cop car and when he woke up he tried to punch. I think it was one of the biggest 2nd friday ride I ever went on.
I saw Star Wars when it came out at the drive-in. I fell asleep as I was only about 5.
For about the next 20 years is was a really big star wars fan (like every other kid of my generation).
Then Episode I came out and I re-evaluated my whole child hood. It was really that mind-blowingly awful. With lots of racist caricatures thrown in on top of terrible movie making, bad writing, bad acting, bad everything.
Since then Star Wars qualifies as a bit of a bore to me. While riding in L.A. is one of the funnest things in the world. Therefore Star Wars + Bikes makes about as much sense as the poor souls who camped outside the Mann's Chinese Theater t
for about a month to be the first to see one of the worst movies of all time.