Happy 35th Birthday Ben.
I hope that you have a GREAT day!
Happy 35th Birthday Ben.
I hope that you have a GREAT day!
Bang for the Buck Mods link CLICK HERE
Coming to a city near you..
Happy B-Day Huff!!!
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5 min early Ryan.... LOL
Happy Birthday Benny!! Hope its a good one tomorrow!!!
Happy B Day Ben!!!!!!!!!!!!
Happy Bday Bro! Atleast take a ride and have fun.
I am almost always working on a bike. If you have questions and need an answer quickly, just call me. 317-507-0940. Always up late. There will be time for sleep when I am dead!
Holly phuck, I discovered a strange day in history. February 3rd 1977 is a day that will live in doppelgangerism. Jeremy and Benjamin where born on the same day. One being from the roots of fonzie, the other being from total chunninghamism. Each is strange in their own way, but both are the best friend anyone could hope for.
You decide which is which…
here both are with a very cool (but fat and ugly) fireman
here you see their bikes...
Have a great Birthday Ben its your day big guy.
08,M109R2[250 Dunnie, PC3, stebel air horn, K&Ns, flame mirrors, debaged, gutted pipes, suzuki engine guards, piaa hyperwhite headlight, back off modulator, gipro atre, front motor mounts, debeavered, Kuryakyn Iso Grips, Factory Pro star kit, G-Man shifter bushing, Guardian Bell, Catch can mod....... more to come
Have a great day, bro
Ben have a blast ! HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Happy Birthday Ben!! Thanks again for the "Plum", that is some good stuff.
Happy Birthday Ben! (made it through another one)
Happy B-day Ben. Hope you have a great day
IT'S NOT ABOUT HOW FAST YOU GET THERE, IT'S ABOUT THE RIDE ITSELF. TAKE YOUR TIME AND ENJOY IT!!
Congratulations on making it around the Sun another year!
Happy Birthday! See you in June! Congrats!
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Tempting Fate, One 9 at a Time!
Thanks Guys! Choosing the M has honestly been one of the best decisions I've made in my life. Seems kind of cliche, but if I would have chosen the MeanStreak I would of missed out on some of the best guys and gals I have ever met. The M has brought me so many personal rewards. Since owning my M, my life has been changing.
My 9 has taken me to two of my major life changing/educating events over the last three years. One of those events all you guys were able to share with me live on FB and/or with the recap on here. That ride to Vegas was more than just putting on miles and way more than just going to a meet. That ride was a fulfilled commitment to myself, a fulfilled commitment to my God ( Cause I believed it to be something that I was "Supposed" to do), and a fulfilled commitment involve my friends to help make the trip possible. We all were part of the team whether you helped me relearn to paint, lent me your supplies/expertise, a place to stay, or just encouraged me. You all and that ride helped me to rediscover community. We all worked together to make it a success. Without any one of you I would of failed.
My hope over this next year is that I can inspire people to; be more open with others, to build a community that suits you, to be welcoming to new others, and to help each other grow. Those are our responsibilities for being given life and for being part of a society. Whether or not you believe in a God, Karma or no god, there is still no denying that there are life forces that push you along a path. If you are not coming out a bigger, better person with your friends, then my advice would be to set an example for your friends. Happy people beget happy people. Times are getting harder in life and soon the most valuable things we will have will be the relationships that we share with people in our lives.
In my childhood I could never figure out why my Grandparents chose to live in poverty with no financial assistance from the government. I remember a few arguments where I questioned them why they give so much of themselves and do without. For example, my childhood was spent being picked up from school by my grandpa then going to a house of a elder church shut-in and installing the hot water tank my grandparents bought them because this person didn't have hot water and they needed it for their health. I would be taken to mow grass free for these people. Many times we would do work on their house where repairs were too costly for them to afford a contractor. But when we got home grandma would be scraping through the fridge to combine leftovers into some sort of leftover casserole. At that age I was defining my grandparents success by what they had to eat, what car they drove or if the cable was on. We raised a two gardens every year so we could stockpile food for the next year. It was a lot of work as a kid. I could of chosen not to help grandpa with the work, but then I would of missed out on so much that I hold dear today. My heart aches for my cousin that chose to be absent. Grandpa longed for only two things in return; 1.the look of happiness on the faces of people that received the help and 2. friendly conversation. After the work was done we'd spend almost the same amount of time talking and visiting with the people. The countless family photo books of neighbors I've looked through. lol Now that I'm older I've seen more why they did this. I've also seen the same activities from other West Virginians time and time again. Today it's very hard pressed to find those willing to give fully of themselves, myself included. The impact that my grandparents made on peoples lives were never more visible than it was at their funerals.
I tell you that story to show you that with age I have discovered that true wealth is found in how you effect and influence other peoples lives. We have a responsibility to each other, to value human life, and to help those who might need it. There we will find that the reward is greater than the cost. So thank you all for the wonderful birthday wishes and your friendship. The hundreds of people I've met in person on here have each touched my life. I can't wait to see you all in person again.
The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant. It's just that they know so much that isn't so. -- Ronald Reagan
With Individual Freedom and Individual Salvation comes Individual Accountability. It brings a rewarding life to all. <--The Huff
Damn, I'm late.
Wife just reminded me it was your birthday, guess she saw it on facebook. Hope you had a great one my friend!
Happy Birthday Brother,
Hope you had a great day without too much work.
Life is too short, live it your way.
Happy Birthday, Ben.
Hope it was a great day!!
Happy Birthday Bro. Hope you had a Good One. See you at the Mid Atlantic Meet.
Air Ride, Irate Grill, LED turn signals,Trick True Fire paint with Dragons,Over 500 LEDS,TI Peg feelers, Freedom exhaust. Coastal Moto Chrome rim 10" 300 Avon, SUMO-X 26"Rim tire /Dam Guy's Custom Fender, Modded Swing arm, SUMO-X 9 Degree Triple trees.