0 out of 0 users found this helpful To all the Silent-Type Heroes
This is one Bad-Ass show,- usually. Ocaassionally there is a cheesy one that is a little too Romantic for this type of "Action and Adventure" show.
Overall, I make apoint to not miss a single episode, as I seem to always find something in each one to relate to; I was "alienated" when I was an adolescent. I knew I was much more special than my High School associates estimated. I rode Motocross ever day after school, while the cool" guys were off smokin' pot somewhere.
My very first race, I lapped 2nd place and I felt like a Super-Man.
I went on to retire from racing my un-known weekend activity of "Motocross", and am a very wealthy man. #%*(ERS!
Irving, TX. CLASS of 1973
Steve - ?
PS There were lots of pretty girls too. Atta-boy, Clark. The silent type's are the ones that are least expected, because they don't HAVE to brag. They can just "SHOW" it. Talk is cheap and weak.
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