My bro and his mates were in a club that was full of leather clad bikers once, when one of them approached one of the lads they thought there was going to be trouble, until he asked one if he could buy him a drink. Sonny Barger is the guy who started up the first Hell's Angels chapter way back after the second world war as far as I remember, he'd been in the army and brought his experience from there into his club.
Oh wait, I got ye this information from Wikipedia about him."Sonny Barger (born October 8, 1938 in Modesto, California) is a founding member in 1957 of the Oakland, California, USA chapter of Hells Angels (perhaps the most famous motorcycle club in the world), and perhaps the club's best-known member.
Would ye say Sonny Barger is a national folk hero, criminal mastermind or astute businessman?
He's made a fortune from selling his various autobiographical books on life as a Hell's Angel and he is even brewing and selling his own beer, there are also shops being opened all over North America to sell Angel's merchandise.
By learning how to spot a scammer, you can protect yourself. But her cell phone seems to be faulty and her old laptop doesn't have a built in camera. I also enjoy toying with these scammers with elaborate stories of wealth, success, and loneliness.
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