Friday, July 2, 2010

I am scooter trash

I am scooter trash, plain and simple, nothing more nothing less. What I hope to offer with this blog is a place to kick back, indulge in your beverage of choice and enjoy or hate on some of my writings. Actually, this space is for me. It is a place where I can share my thoughts with the world outside of myself. Here is my disclaimer, I am not politically correct. I will probably offend you at some point. This is not my goal, however, it will happen.

First, I'll give you a little background, so you'll know where I come from. I am a disabled veteran of the USMC after almost nine years of serving my country. I am no hero, just a guy that got off his ass and served his country. There are many able-bodied, poor excuses of people that try to call themselves men that have never bothered. I don't understand how they can look at themselves in the mirror daily and live with themselves. It's completely beyond my realm of comprehension. I fully support our troops, though I do not agree with my government much anymore, and I send letters to my representatives almost weekly to let them know, and I vote.

I swore an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States against ALL enemies Foreign and Domestic, and will do so to the best of my ability.

Motorcycles are my passion. I'll ride anything on 2 wheels with a massive engine, however, home built chops are my first love. I'm not impressed with people that buy the most expensive, biggest bagger they can find and leave it sitting in their garage while they wear their HD approved road gear in their SUV to go sip lattes with their boys at the stealership. You have nothing in common with me. I build, ride and repair my own.

Now, back to this blog. I will present my writings for your pleasure or displeasure. I'm not here for a popularity contest, rather to increase my writing skills. I expect feedback, positive and negative, and I will read all feedback and respond accordingly, as long as it's written in a clear enough manner to be able to be understood.

Thank you for allowing me to waste a few minutes of your day.


  1. Enjoyed your writings. First off, thank you for your service. You speak of honor, respect and loyalty here, and I agree that most have no idea of what those words mean. As for me, I have never felt the love of a solid brother since leaving the Green Machine. Keep up the writing and more importantly, keep reminding folks what it means to at least try to live an honorable life in this fucked up, dishonorable world. Respects and take care out there. Squirts

  2. Thank you for your service and your kind words.

  3. When do we get to the part I don't agree with you on ?? Semper Fi Brother.