Friday, 25 April 2014

IT'S OVER, THANK THE GODS OF REDUNDANCY, I'M FREE . . . . THE LAST WEEK HAS BEEN A BUMMER OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL KIND . . . . AWOKE THIS MORNING FEELING LIGHTER, FRESHER AND MORE VIBED THAN I HAVE FOR YEARS . . . . THE REST OF MY LIFE STARTS NOW.

 GOOD STUFF FROM THE LAST TWENTY FOUR HOURS . . . . DEATH MACHINE BELT BUCKLE, KILLER
 XR1200 SPORTING A TRAGICALLY LEAKING EXHAUST . . . . OWNER DIDN'T HAVE A CLUE, HMMMM
 MAIN DRAG CANUNGRA, THE USUAL MIXED BAG OF FRUITS . . . . ALWAYS FEEL AN OUTSIDER HERE
 SHE CAUGHT THE KATIE AND LEFT ME A MULE TO RIDE . . . . GRRLY RIDER WITH BIG TALENT, BIG BALLS
 THE PURPLE BED FLUTE . . . . ONE OF ONE IN SEA OF RICE ROCKETS AND BLING MONSTERS
HUGE SOFT SPOT FOR GIXXERS, ALWAYS HAVE . . . . AN '03 MODEL RIDDEN BY A MINIATURE JOCKEY
 ANZAC DAY 2014, PAYING RESPECTS TO THOSE WHO SERVED SO I COULD RIDE FOR SIX HOURS

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  1. Keep your glass half full Dog dude!!

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    1. Full to overflowing Andy, cheers cobber.

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  2. Bummer , there's never a nice feeling when you lose a job, but remember sometimes you need a kick up the arse like this to move on to better things dave. I'm sure that whatever you turn your hand to will be a success, have you ever thought about perhaps forming a band? What about opening up a rock and roll venue or perhaps a bike shop? Yeah, yeah, I know you've already had a go at these ventures in the past and that's what I'm getting at, at least you've had the courage and the conviction to have a go, unlike us mere mortal saps working the same dreary day job for the past twenty six years, onwards and upwards you big ginger love mosheen! Big ups from the bailey clan mate x

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    1. Lovey, you funny bastard . . . you 'mere mortal saps' who can knuckle down, day in, day out, with courage and conviction, do an honest day's toil time and time again, master a trade, excel at it, support a family, build your own bikes, have a constantly rewarding life, yeah, I don't get that shite at all mate . . . thanks brotherman, sincerely appreciated, it's actually fucking exciting and am so looking forward to all that is yet to come . . . will keep you looped . . . much love to you and the entire Bailey clan mate. XX

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  3. Krap, did they keep you hanging on?? I like your attitude though, onwards and upwards. Maybe work on your beard, get
    some ye olde, (new), tattoos, and a plaid shirt.

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    1. No mate, was all above board, nice little redundancy package so no rush for nearly four months, plenty of time to work on the Pendleton collection, the beard and some ink, cheers Jan.

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  4. Every time I faced a major change in my life, despite facing fear and trepidation, things have worked out for the better, Whitey. My bother was in pharmaceutical sales for thirty years and was let go. Seems doctors are more likely to pedal drugs sold to them by nubile young hot chicks with big tits and no brains. (can't blame them really)
    I'm self employed and can't be fired, therefore I'm just going slowly, steadily broke, which is much more dignified.

    I always wanted to open up a t-shirt shack on the beach, but no beaches in Jerkwater, so you already have a leg up in that regard if you should decide to go in that direction.
    Hang in there, Mate.

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    1. Thanks Herm, well appreciated buddy. I've been part of the 'straight world' for nearly fourteen years so I'm taking it on the chin and as a sign to get back to what I really love, music, creative copywriting and some casual stuff in the wine trade . . . one door closes and a corridor of other open up, I've already done the going broke thing for the twenty years of post school life, might try and avoid that angle again . . . I'll let you know if I end up selling tee shirts, big thanks mate.

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