Anyone watch this last night on the Discovery channel? It's a new show about a motorcycle club in San Diego called the Laffing Devils. I thought it was pretty good, worthy of setting the season pass on the DVR.
I saw the previews and the first few minutes. Honestly, I thought it looked like a joke....showing them breaking a bunch of light bulbs and all. Pretty hardcore! :twitchy:
That's hilarious. Yeah the guys breaking the lightbulbs are some of the "new generation" who are trouble makers. It was pretty good. One of the recruits beat up a paparazzi pretty good while he was protecting the "old ladies." During the fight, one of the "old ladies" who was actually a smoking hottie with arm tats busted a beer bottle over the paparazi guy's head.
While on live TV, Ford used a vulgar term to describe a private part of the female anatomy, adding that he was “happily married” and “got more than enough to eat at home.”
Seemed like a lot of guys acting like something they are not. They kept talking about the younger more rowdy members, then shows guys breaking lightbulbs. They saw a mustang they saw before, and decided to go check it out, only to find nothing. (plant maybe) Then they had to clear their new clubhouse with other "clubs". They did a lot of talk, to indicate that they weren't above board and couldn't have the cops around, yet they are willing to have their every move followed by the TV Crew? If they were a real Biker "gang" they wouldn't be on TV.
I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of real bikers are laughing their ***** off at these guys. I kept flipping back, but it was tough to watch the whole episode.
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