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Laugh3

Is "Hell's Angels" already taken?

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Once it's all said & done.
If he's not already planning to do so.
Roosh will be one of the few able to write a book detailing the current state of America as it is in 2019.

Having traveled on the ground from coast to coast,
As opposed to rantings from L.A. or N.Y. ivory towers, as the fake-news & Hollowood crowd so often do.
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Quote:If all else fails and the forum is taken down we can start a motorcycle gang.

The gang can be called Orthobros. We'll meet every two weeks to read a book from the Bible then go for a nice ride.

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It's not without precedent.

http://catholicleader.com.au/news/gods-b...law-bikies

Quote:God’s biker: Polish Catholic priest just wants to read Scripture with outlaw bikies
December 7, 2016

By Mark Bowling

[Image: Gods-Squad.jpg]

BRISBANE Catholic priest Fr Andrzej Kolaczkowski likes nothing more than spending time in fellowship with outlaw bikie club members, sharing the Gospel.

“There’s something really refreshing when you sit down and do Bible study … with a bunch of hairy bikers full of tattoos. There’s nothing more refreshing to the faith,” he said.

“It is about being a shepherd, it is about looking after those who are lost.”

Dressed in bikie leathers and straddling a classic Victory Crossroads motorcycle it is hard at first to recognise Fr Kolaczkowski as the parish priest at Bowen Hills’ Our Lady of Victories Church and chaplain to the Polish community in Brisbane archdiocese.

However, Fr Kolaczkowski is following a lifelong passion for motorbikes and using his hobby to serve the Lord.

His pride and joy is his Victory Crossroad motorcycle, with petrol tank and panels spray-painted with Gothic-style artwork and with words from Ephesians 6:10-11, “Strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might put on the whole armour of God”.

“I love them, bikes,” Fr Kolaczkowski, who spent his high school and university years in Australia, and was ordained in his native Poland in 2003, said.

“One thing about any hobby is you can use it as part of evangelisation or you can use it purely for yourself as a source of happiness and joy.

“Personally I could not find spending thousands of dollars on a bike if it wasn’t part of my mission, of me being witness.”

For the past three years, Fr Kolaczkowski has ridden with the God’s Squad Christian motorcycle club, and recently he earned his “colours”, which means he was now a full club member, after joining as an associate and then serving a period of prospecting.

He is the first Catholic priest to become a God’s Squad member, and he sees the club as an important ministry – a way to bear witness and to support those on the margins of our society.

“God’s Squad was one of the things that came as part of discernment of where God wanted me to be,” Fr Kolaczkowski said.

“It is a Christian motorcycle club and it brings together people who are dedicated Christians who are looking to live on a daily basis a Christian life, people of different denominations yet having the faith in Jesus Christ together.”

God’s Squad was formed in the late 1960s in Sydney.

It grew out of the counter-culture Jesus movement days, under the leadership of John Smith, ministering among the “outlaw biker fraternity” and associated groups, where it is an accepted and relevant expression of Christian churches.

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Holy road: Fr Andrzej Kolaczkowski shows his colours as a member of the God’s Squad Christian motorcycle club.

In Brisbane, God’s Squad holds fortnightly prayer meetings and weekly social meetings in a clubhouse in Park Ridge, and its eight members, as well as nominees and associates, which include a pastor from the Church of Christ, take part in organised rides with bikers as well as going out amongst the outlaws, or “one-per-centers”, to bear witness.

Fr Kolaczkowski believes the need is great, but it takes a long time to gain the trust and acceptance of the outlaws.

“Let’s be honest, out there, there are a lot of lost souls. People who have lost their ways or have been hurt and who else can heal them if not Jesus?” he said.

“Unless we go out there and reach out to them they won’t come to us. It’s all about mutual respect and first of all respecting the person.

“You can’t go in Bible bashing. You have to build the trust to the community and most of all show that you care.”

I wonder if ape-hanger bars are favored among those who accept Jesus as their Lord and Saviour.

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(08-14-2019 01:07 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  It's not without precedent.

http://catholicleader.com.au/news/gods-b...law-bikies

Quote:God’s biker: Polish Catholic priest just wants to read Scripture with outlaw bikies
December 7, 2016

By Mark Bowling

[Image: Gods-Squad.jpg]

BRISBANE Catholic priest Fr Andrzej Kolaczkowski likes nothing more than spending time in fellowship with outlaw bikie club members, sharing the Gospel.

“There’s something really refreshing when you sit down and do Bible study … with a bunch of hairy bikers full of tattoos. There’s nothing more refreshing to the faith,” he said.

“It is about being a shepherd, it is about looking after those who are lost.”

Dressed in bikie leathers and straddling a classic Victory Crossroads motorcycle it is hard at first to recognise Fr Kolaczkowski as the parish priest at Bowen Hills’ Our Lady of Victories Church and chaplain to the Polish community in Brisbane archdiocese.

However, Fr Kolaczkowski is following a lifelong passion for motorbikes and using his hobby to serve the Lord.

His pride and joy is his Victory Crossroad motorcycle, with petrol tank and panels spray-painted with Gothic-style artwork and with words from Ephesians 6:10-11, “Strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might put on the whole armour of God”.

“I love them, bikes,” Fr Kolaczkowski, who spent his high school and university years in Australia, and was ordained in his native Poland in 2003, said.

“One thing about any hobby is you can use it as part of evangelisation or you can use it purely for yourself as a source of happiness and joy.

“Personally I could not find spending thousands of dollars on a bike if it wasn’t part of my mission, of me being witness.”

For the past three years, Fr Kolaczkowski has ridden with the God’s Squad Christian motorcycle club, and recently he earned his “colours”, which means he was now a full club member, after joining as an associate and then serving a period of prospecting.

He is the first Catholic priest to become a God’s Squad member, and he sees the club as an important ministry – a way to bear witness and to support those on the margins of our society.

“God’s Squad was one of the things that came as part of discernment of where God wanted me to be,” Fr Kolaczkowski said.

“It is a Christian motorcycle club and it brings together people who are dedicated Christians who are looking to live on a daily basis a Christian life, people of different denominations yet having the faith in Jesus Christ together.”

God’s Squad was formed in the late 1960s in Sydney.

It grew out of the counter-culture Jesus movement days, under the leadership of John Smith, ministering among the “outlaw biker fraternity” and associated groups, where it is an accepted and relevant expression of Christian churches.

Gods-Squad
Holy road: Fr Andrzej Kolaczkowski shows his colours as a member of the God’s Squad Christian motorcycle club.

In Brisbane, God’s Squad holds fortnightly prayer meetings and weekly social meetings in a clubhouse in Park Ridge, and its eight members, as well as nominees and associates, which include a pastor from the Church of Christ, take part in organised rides with bikers as well as going out amongst the outlaws, or “one-per-centers”, to bear witness.

Fr Kolaczkowski believes the need is great, but it takes a long time to gain the trust and acceptance of the outlaws.

“Let’s be honest, out there, there are a lot of lost souls. People who have lost their ways or have been hurt and who else can heal them if not Jesus?” he said.

“Unless we go out there and reach out to them they won’t come to us. It’s all about mutual respect and first of all respecting the person.

“You can’t go in Bible bashing. You have to build the trust to the community and most of all show that you care.”

I wonder if ape-hanger bars are favored among those who accept Jesus as their Lord and Saviour.

This just in... Roosh has canceled his tour and is flying back to Poland and joining.

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We can lead the next big crusade with our gang...

The Thot Crusade

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Roosh's final video for the series should be a compilation of the most beautiful nature shots he took, perhaps with some beautiful acoustic guitar music. I like his videos of European cities showing people walking. When I first saw them, I thought they had a gentleness that seemed at odds with what I would expect from a pick up artist.

The world needs more beauty.
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Mr. Roosh,

Great videos, I look forward to them. I think you're onto something with Wyoming...
I've spent a lot of time in Wyoming, the ex wife is from there. I've liked most of the people I've met there.

Coming from the East Coast, it was like a completely different planet. But I always felt welcome. Everything is simpler in Wyoming. There is absolutely no yuppy scene. Wyoming is almost entirely white and I've only met one gay guy, I think he's in Miami now. The state weeds them out pretty quick.

Wyoming is a decent place to live. You may enjoy Casper more than Cheyenne if you ever return as it's next to a mountain. Too bad you don't have Montana on your list but it's pretty awesome also. It's a lot more green. Bozeman is a nice smallish town with a university, so it's sort of like Madison but without the extreme left wing scene.

If you want to ride a motorcycle, it's big in both states (I've rode through to Yellowstone) - and you are much less likely to die than in DC. Only thing wrong with Wyoming is in the winter, it's a wild place. 100mph winds with subzero windchills are normal there in December/January...
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I used to hangaround such a biker group. It's a bit of a different experience when a massive, bald, heavily tatted up dude flips open a bible and starts discussing verses.
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New vlog is up:


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What did you think of Glenwood Springs? I go there once a year and found it to be a nice little town. If I had known you were going I'd of recommended the resort with hot springs. There's alot of people but its still relaxing plus you get full gym access for around $20.

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^^ I just used it as a base for Hanging Lake. It came across as a standard resort town. The library was nice.

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Nice Vlog, Roosh. Being in the south I envy you up there in the mountains, I grew up in Washington and I dearly miss it and the views. Hope you get to see some decent stuff near Seattle.

See you in Dallas.
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You know that little blue bellied lizard you filmed?

You can make a noose out of high grass and catch them easily.

http://www.macnstuff.com/mcfl/1/lizard.html

Quote:The picture below on the left is a weed I've always called "wild oats". It grows 3 to 4 feet tall. It is the one you can grab along the bottom (in the picture) and pull upward. All the little seeds come off on you hand and you can throw them. A lot of fun as I remember growing up. This is the what you use for the basic stock. Pick one whole stem about 3 to 4 feet long. Strip all the seeds and branches off of the stalk. You now have one long stalk that tapers down to a fine end about as thick as a thread. Maybe you don't have wild oats where you live. Any weed that is similar to what I described will do. It just has to be about 3 feet long (1 meter) and finally tapers down to about thread diameter.

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[Image: lizardb.jpg]

Quote:The second picture shows the trap (shown about two times actual size). You make a loop and tie a knot so that the will slide open and closed. For more of the idea of how that loop and knot are formed, see the diagram below. Now tie a second knot in the loop. You will still be able to slide the knot and make the loop bigger and smaller. The knot is loose enough around the stem to slide back and forth.
You now have a lizard catcher. Try it out on your finger. Put your finger in the loop and then pull on the stem handle. The noose will tighten around your finger. Are you beginning to get the idea? Ok, you are ready to go out hunting lizards. When you find one sneak up slowly. Move the noose slowly in front of the lizard and then slip it over its head and around it's neck. Pull the noose light with your long handle. You have just caught your first lizard.

Obviously you loosen the noose quickly, take the lizard by the neck, and then you got one.

But here is the deal that makes lizard catching transcendent.

If you lay the lizard on his back and rub his belly gently, it will hypnotize him and he will just lie there motionless.

You can catch another, do the same thing, and again, and again, and have rows of hypnotized reptiles.

You can be king of the lizards.

One eventually wakes up and wakes up all the others. He is the red pill blue belly.

I haven't done this since I was twelve, but you seem to have time on your hands.

It seems like an activity that would be satisfying at any age.

It goes without saying that any activity with lizards should be enjoyed in moderation.

Cautionary example:




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(08-20-2019 12:28 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  You know that little blue bellied lizard you filmed?

You can make a noose out of high grass and catch them easily.
...
You can be king of the lizards.

That's it, RVF has gone from hunting lizards to literally hunting lizards.

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Can we get a full literal lizard hunting datasheet thread?

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(08-20-2019 02:00 PM)RIslander Wrote:  Can we get a full literal lizard hunting datasheet thread?

I think that was it.

Stick with blue bellies, because the alligator lizards can draw blood.

Ok, now that's it.

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(08-20-2019 01:50 PM)ed pluribus unum Wrote:  
(08-20-2019 12:28 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  You know that little blue bellied lizard you filmed?

You can make a noose out of high grass and catch them easily.
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You can be king of the lizards.

That's it, RVF has gone from hunting lizards to literally hunting lizards.

Literally? I thought Debeguiled's instructions were some kind of metaphor for regular game. I like the part about rubbing their bellies and hypnotizing them, and laying them out in a row!

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Can't wait to see the book title:

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Here's one challenge we have:

A lot of us are in a situation where we have a primarily white-collar skillset, some of which are more or less durable in a depression. Thankfully mine is more durable because we come in to save costs and automate things...which is good in some ways.

But I need to live near an airport and the associated downtown area. Which one do we pick? To my mind SLC seems like a good one because in spite of it's problems you can live somewhere with easy access to the mountains and the town itself is a lot smaller than major urban areas like NYC/Chicago so that translates directly to being more durable than the major areas.
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(08-21-2019 11:31 AM)Easy_C Wrote:  Here's one challenge we have:

A lot of us are in a situation where we have a primarily white-collar skillset, some of which are more or less durable in a depression. Thankfully mine is more durable because we come in to save costs and automate things...which is good in some ways.

But I need to live near an airport and the associated downtown area. Which one do we pick? To my mind SLC seems like a good one because in spite of it's problems you can live somewhere with easy access to the mountains and the town itself is a lot smaller than major urban areas like NYC/Chicago so that translates directly to being more durable than the major areas.

My sister lives in SLC metro...
SLC is expensive to fly anywhere. Not just because it's small. I rarely visit because I don't want to spend $600-800 on a domestic flight. My sister has actually drove 5 hours to Las Vegas just to save on airfare...

You can pick a better smaller city to live in. SLC is just as Roosh described it, maybe worse than some of the other cities (surprising) in terms of degeneracy. All of the rejects from mormonism call the city proper their home and it's noticeably full of gays. Outside of SLC proper, it's just suburban familyville. And it is a good place to raise a family, but worse than other suburbs elsewhere to some extent as if you're not mormon, there's no place socially to gather...

I don't know how my sister does it, but she doesn't go out ever, she's got like 5 kids. Not mormon by the way, very left wing.
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I have friends in SLC and the air quality is surprisingly bad. If you want outdoors center and good quality air SLC doesn’t work.

Maybe outskirts if Denver near the airport things can be cheaper. I know Denver has become expensive. But its a big hub and quality of life would be high. If the right apartment/house could be found.
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As for the issue on the quality of Western cities, I decided to go to San Diego to look at some houses. The homeless where everywhere. I was in an expensive neighborhood at a restaurant, and when I left there was this homeless guy with a t-shirt to his midriff and a big pot belly yelling at me because I wouldn't give him any money. He was really gross. One Starbucks actually went out of business because people didn't want to be subjected to that. Coming from Mexico, I felt like I had entered a third world country and was glad to get back to civilization.

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SLC is similar to LA geographically as it is in a valley/basin so that's why the air quality sucks. I've spent a lot of time in SLC and always enjoyed it but I think its because it always involved me meeting up with old friends and not paying attention to the downtown. There are a lot of cute ski bum girls that are friendly, not thotty and fun to hang out with. I think its a good place to live if you're Mormon. However, the Mormon and "Heathen" areas as the Non-Mormons joke about are very segregated.

I found Mormons to be cultish but not in a negative way. They're family orientated and have healthy diets and lifestyles. You would be hard pressed to find a fat one. I think SLC is breaking away from being a Mormon city and turning to degeneracy on a political level as the religious numbers dwindle. Sad.

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(08-22-2019 11:55 AM)ball dont lie Wrote:  I have friends in SLC and the air quality is surprisingly bad. If you want outdoors center and good quality air SLC doesn’t work.

Maybe outskirts if Denver near the airport things can be cheaper. I know Denver has become expensive. But its a big hub and quality of life would be high. If the right apartment/house could be found.

Get above 5,000 feet and the air quality is normal. SLC is just over 4,000 I believe at city center.

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