This thread is exactly the reason why I left a forum which I won't name but took itself FAR too seriously and joined chop cult.
Only here can I laugh out loud in bed while my girlfriends asking me to impregnate her (no, that's really happening right now). I'm laughing about Arby's post and the flux capacitor not being proven to work in anything but a delorean.
Now stop being bastards, show some love and sell me a cool bobber frame & ship to to England for me. Any decent frame over here is $1400 dollars and if I order from the states they want $1000 just for shipping.
I don't know anyone from soa, I've never seen laffing devils, I don't ride with an mc but I did once meet cleo roccos who was in the Jenny Everett show & I walked past a coffee house when alexi sale was sat in the window.
Hey guys. This just out.. The series shown on TV like S.O.A., Breaking Bad, Sanford and Sons, McGiver, Little House on The Prairie are not real. They were filmed for entertainment value only. Well, I have some more bad news for you. Another rumor that has been circulating for years is that most of the movies produced in Hollywood aren't real either.
Already it has been positively confirmed that Arnold Schwarzenegger is not a real cyborg. There is no concrete evidence that Sylvester Stallone was ever actually the heavy weight champion of the world. Furthermore, Neo and Morpheus are not real people either. That last one was a crushing blow to me personally. Sadly, these people were all just playing fictional characters.
I'm sorry to have to be the one to tell you all of this but some how we must all get through the tragic truth together. It will be so much easier if we don't squabble over who's biker club can beat up the other guy's biker club. Which Super Hero has greater powers and whether or not the flux capacitor can be made to perform in vehicles other than the DeLorean. But I know you can beat this if you try. You're all so much stronger than you know. I BELIEVE IN YOU!!!
I don't know why the hell anyone expected anything other than a TV show made for entertainment. If you watch it understanding it's a drama for men, then you'll enjoy it. If you watch it thinking it's about actual MC's or an instructional show, you're a moron.
That being said, I enjoy it for the entertainment value, and I have two friends that will be on it this season. My friend Steve is going to be playing a mechanic at their shop, and my friend Amber is going to be playing someone's ol' lady or a sweet butt.
Originally Posted by NHMike
No. It's TV, entertainment and it should be viewed as such. Watch it, if you like it, cool, if not I'm sure everyone will still go about their business. But if you're expecting 100% realism them you'll be hugely dissapointed because that, it's not.
Sums it up for me.
I actually avoided this show when it first came out (and thats hard to d, cuz I got a thing for Katey Sagal), cause it just looked stupid.
I like it. Not as bad as a lot of fluff on tv. It has a definite Shakespearean twist too it.
Truthfully, I dont watch much tv anymore. Cant stand it. Only things I'll watch is Deadliest Catch, and SOA.