Friday, January 29, 2010

Snowtime Story

Damn Terry! You sounded like an old geezer in that Dec piece. If its on the Internet is must be true! $1000.00, that’s a good one. Is that bar next to the tree with the bark on it? Hell, I’ll be there. Post-dated check to follow.

Willy D.
Salinas, CA


The above is a e-mail I sent to Terry Roorda about his column in Thunder Press. For the e-mail to make any sense you’ll have to read Terry’s’ “The devil in the details”. For you folks sitting in a cabin waiting out a snowstorm, this might kill 5 minutes. Sorry, it’s the best I could do on short notice. Yep, snow still melts. This guy writes some fascinating shit. This one is pure friggn’ genius.

6 comments:

Arizona Harley Dude said...

OK, I looked the site over because I've ridden to Homer. I was all set to enter until I read the 'fine' print; The Organizer cannot be held responsible if it is not possible for it to fulfill any one of its obligations. Like say...Showing up in Key West?

And what about the 'White' guy in the brand new Harley hat claiming to be Indian and riding for umteen years? Sounds like a great adventure to me. I'm all in!!!!

Veri word...bunsted. They are that too.

Willy D said...

AZHD: I never looked at the web-site. After reading Terry’s’ column I didn’t need to. But I did send Terry a check for $1000. Do you think I’m screw? How many bar can there be in SF?

Ann said...

Willy D: I'm all in. I just sent him my check! I can't wait to own the Brooklyn Bridge! YAY! ;)

Willy D said...

Ann: Did you sign your check the same way I signed mine: Mickey D. Mouse?

I think that second prize is 5 acres of prime ocean front property in Arizona. And you’ve already won. Just send another $1000 for handling fees.

Ann said...

Wooo-hoooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Actually, I signed it "Jack Mehoff". ;)

Willy D said...

Ann: You would. And you probaly did.