Jam and Vibe: Vehemence Of Evil

NEW FICTION: Featuring Jammer and Vibe, in rival gangs, with nothing in common except motorcycles! One of their most lucrative businesses was drug trafficking. America had never been so addicted to substances galore and now it seemed pharmaceutical pills could be replaced by marijuana as well. Hey, there were breakfast brownies made of weed in cafes! Why eat a cow-burger when you can eat “grass?” You didn’t quit this club. The club just fired you with a Viking funeral. Exploding motorcycles was their retribution. An innovative death sentence, ahead of its time or earlier than exploding electric motorcycles. Their conditioning and witnessing of daily violence was such that eventual loss of limb or life seemed like a dream—a fairy tale told by enemies. Power does not exist if it’s not enforced and thus the immaterial comes into tangible existence. Then you “see” power, feel it and know it. Their fearsome reputation was not from use of firearms but bizarre deaths that would shock and traumatize the best of ER regulars. Click Here to read this new and latest fiction only on * * * * * * * ** * * * Read entire novels, include those by Keith ‘Bandit’ Ball, in the Cantina. Have a look at the membership options by clicking here.

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Scoot Over: A Pictorial Journey on & of Vespa

by Wayfarer with images from Sam Burns On April 2021, Vespa scooters completed 75 years on global roads & in youthful hearts Glorious pic curator Sam Burns sent these inspired from the Lunar Bunny Limited Edition Vespa Article. Have a blast imagining the possibilities on smaller wheels & bigger hearts. Race to the picnic or ‘bust’. LOL. Ridiculous Captions courtesy of your Blog Editor, Wayfarer Let us know if anyone you know rides a scooter. Hey, you might just be tempted to get one for your collection. Look at the beauties below. Surely, Mecum Auction needs an influx of these. CLICK HERE To have a look at some exceptional images of this iconic brand called Vespa. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Gear up to ride to your favorite Events – Click Here to view the all-new 5-Ball Racing Shop

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International Beaver Day 2023

Yup, it’s that time of the year. You are finally celebrating it since you rarely got to see any all year. Apparently today is also 75th World Health Day by WHO (World Health Organization). In 1948, the WHO held the First World Health Assembly. The Assembly decided to celebrate 7 April of each year, with effect from 1950, as the World Health Day. International Beaver Day is annually celebrated on April 7. Beavers Wetlands & Wildlife (B.W.W. ), a non-profit organisation with members in the United States, Canada, and other countries, created the holiday in 2009. What did the beaver say when it saw it’s home on fire? Dam! What did the beaver say to the tree? It’s been nice gnawing you What did the beaver say when he slipped in water? Damn it! Did you watch that Beaver Documentary? It was the Best Dam Show! What do you call a lazy beaver? A beaver that doesn’t give a dam. Why did the beaver need an alarm clock? It was too dam early. What did the sign for the party for beavers say? Beaver or be square. What is a beaver’s favorite snack? Wood chips. Where do beavers sleep? On a river bed. What did a river say when seeing beavers for the first time? Well I’ll be dammed! What does a French beaver call his dam? Ma’dame. Where do beavers keep their money? They keep it in the riverbank. Why are beavers always happy? They don’t give a dam. Why are beavers so good at maths? They love log-arithms. Did you hear about the beaver who learned to code? It was the best dam program ever made Someone once challenged me to tell a joke about beavers. I said dam, I can’t . What did one beaver say to

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