I did a review of the 2017 Honda rebel motorcycle just a week or so ago. And then some fool did a review for foxnews.com. And the thing is almost word for word copied from my blog. #DontPlagiarize
This feels like the perfect time to share a review video on a product most people will only need in the hot summer, lol. Enjoy!
Just my opinion:
Kathy Griffin is awesome for her rant video. She has bigger balls than most straight men I know. She is funnier than sh*t. She posed with that stupid Trump mask and I think people got a little carried away. Her shows shouldn’t have been canceled, and her fans shouldn’t have been denied the shows they had paid to go see. Media outlets- not social media like nobodies like mine, but the real legit news and gossip sites/shows, went crazy on her. They kind of went after her. People she has known for years, friends, colleagues, employees, employers- just dropped her and walked away. Why? It was just a f*cking picture. @Madonna put out a whole book of herself naked, and she barely got bashed for it. Didn’t she also “threaten” to shoot Trump? WHO CARES. None of this, Madonna’s or Kathy’s stuff was a serious threat.
I’ve met a few of the people Kathy talks about during her rant. I think she’s telling the truth.
Here’s the thing, my little horse & pony show VocalVirgo.com isn’t just a website about my RV adventures. Or about the animal rescue I throw myself in. Or about my HILLARIOUS random rants about the sex I never had with those black guys. It’s about EVERYTHING. It’s a blog about my peculiar, kind of unconventional life in general. It’s about ALL those things and more. I have fans from the #VanLife world. And fans from the Animal Rescue community. Some fans follow my (f)art solely for the #PottyMouth and #ToiletHumor stuff. And of course, there are those fans that have 20/20 vision and are just here to stare at all my perfectly chiseled beauty. I don’t blame them. I’m looking into a gorgeous mirror right now. BUT the one subject I don’t do (aside from jokes) is politics. I can’t stand them, I’m dumb about them (just like Trump) and I couldn’t be less interested. SO, politics aside: Kathy Griffin did good. And I think she’s being persecuted unfairly. We want her to come back so we can hear more p*ssy jokes and to hear her make fun of celebrities and clueless people and invade the gays personal lives. Oh how I miss her invading me…
Anyway- That’s my thoughts on Kathy Griffin. From my #VanLife. With my cat, 2 rats, 2 turtles and this cute little underage Mexican girl I picked up crossing the border. I give it a day in the Van with me before she’s begging to go back over the Wall that’s not there yet. I won’t understand what she’s saying during her pleas, of course, because I don’t understand Mexican, but I’ll get the gist. <— Did I spell that right?
Just FYI: The Honda Rebel has always been my favorite motorcycle of all time. And I’ve never even owned one…
After 32 years, Honda has updated its Rebel. True, they’ve made little changes here and there and have even had years where it never even showed up. But, it has changed almost not at all over its long-toothed life. Most of us assumed it would just be discontinued for good at some point. But it kept coming back… same tiny, venerable, engine, crazy easy to ride, really low seat height and slick MPG year after year. And it remained the quintessential “starter bike”. I’m not sure you can call it that anymore. Read on…
This is 100% a brand new bike in every way: size, weight, power & drive trains, overall look (OMG!) and of course- price. No longer using a 234 cc parallel twin, the new for 2017 Rebel borrows not one, but TWO engines from its stablemates. For the first time since its debut in 1985, the Rebel offers two powertrains. The 300 is the single cylinder (thumper) from the CB(R) 300 and the 500(!!) is the parallel twin from the CB500(F,X,R) line. They are all stock, meaning they are completely unchanged for Rebel duty. That includes the 6-speed gearbox (yaaaaah!). Sadly, the Rebel is no longer a very small and very light bike. The Rebel 500 (which just *sounds* awesome!) weighs in at 408 lbs. That’s just 16 lbs lighter than the CB500. These are now so close to the weights of the other Honda offerings, that there won’t be a power/weight ratio advantage. The Rebel 300 is in the same boat. But at a (Honda) estimated 67 MPG, you’re looking at a much more powerful bike from what it replaces, and still great fuel mileage. If you’re a cruiser fan, or a Honda fan, you no longer have to feel embarrassed at owning the (cult followed) Honda Rebel of previous years. And you’re no longer looking up so high at every other biker, as the seat height has gone from 26.6 inches to 27.2 inches. This isn’t the Rebel on steroids, this is a 100% all new bike. And it looks fantastic. And either motivator will giddy-up in a hurry, unlike its predecessor. Did I mention it looks fantastic?
Oh, 1 more thing: The price. The Rebel 500 starts at $5999.00 That’s only $100 less than the CB500. But if you prefer cruisers, this could be the bike for you. Spend the hundred bucks you saved on a hat and tee shirt (Honda Powersports branded, of course).
So it s been over 2 weeks since I ordered and paid for food through @UberEats. A $14 Big Mac from @mcdonalds. Wrong food delivered, and even after emailing and complaining on social media, their response has remained “Too bad”. Their customer service and “resolution center” really sucks. It’s like stealing, admitting you stole and then don’t have to give the money back. No restitution whatsoever. They can suck my *sshole dry.
Here’s a little diddy at Sportsmobile West, where I was given a personal tour. #VanLife