Hell, it’s Wednesday again! At Easyriders magazine the staff knew damn well what that meant according to their advert in issue number 72, from June 1979.
And as I stated earlier, they were less prude years back. That’s for sure. Lovin’ it.
Robinson made this cartoon in 1976 for Easyriders magazine number 36, from May 1976. If you look upside down you see the opposite version.
A few weeks ago I wrote about the gifts we received during our 40th Anniversary. In my article ‘More pics of our 40th Anniversary – X’ I wrote that some gifts raises questions. One of them was a gift given by our English friends. It was a street sign with screws included.
It looked genuine and I said to Wicky; “If you ask me I would say it’s the real thing.” Wicky looked at it more closely and concluded the same. It was taken from who knows where. It might have been a ‘replica’, but this one isn’t. We both agreed on that.
So, I’ve done some research on the internet. I searched for the street-name ‘Rogues lane’ in England. Four names popped up. Two with ‘Rogue’s lane’ and two with ‘Rogues lane’. I made new screen-shots of the ‘winner’. As it turns out, the third screenshot was the ‘correct’ location.
The crossing at Ashley Road and Rogues Lane.
The turn-of at Stoke Road and Rogues Lane.
You see, my best friend Beer was on vacation recently to England and Spain. Somehow he miraculous stumbled in to either Boris Johnson or Nigel Farrage. One of them told Beer that the street-sign in the bushes was the right one. He also told that they both had been arguing about that lane for quit some time now. They both wanted to have ‘full control’ over that lane again without European interference about having a street-sign on both end of that lane or not.
So they even had organised a referendum and the majority, 50,0000000001% against 49,9999999999%, voted for ‘full control’.
Boris wants ‘full-control’ with or without that street-sign, while on the other hand Nigel wants to have that street-sign back into place. On which side is still negotiable with Europe.
Anyway, the ‘common’ people is getting sick of this nonsense and in the meanwhile took their own measurements. At the 40th anniversary the Rogues MC, the representatives of Europe, was given back the ‘street-sign’ even with screws by some ‘Angry English’ representatives as a ‘token of friendship’ during these last 40 years.
There you have it; Brexit in a nutshell!
Yep, time again for serious business…
Easyriders number 15, from August 1973 showed this cartoon from Robinson. The longer you look at it, the more you ‘discover’.
This ‘detailed’ article was shown in Easyriders no. 65, from November 1978.
Yes, this day makes you ‘hungry’ and wants you ‘eat’ things…
And for those who’ve been ‘eating’ already it’s time to spot the ‘R’.
Last week I wrote about Easyriders Magazine highlighting this subject in their issues. The second time they did this was exactly two years later in Easyriders number 64, from October 1978. The first time was printed in grey-scales, but this time in full-colour, which makes a big difference.
These cards care also more then forty years back and when you look at the names, I’m almost certain not all of these clubs still exist.