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Circa 1929 (Revere Beach, MA). Link & blockquote via's Lions & Ladies (See also Honey Badger: The Most Fearless Animal on Earth & Honey Badgers, Ladies, & Motor Drome Riding...
My name is Sam. I ride a 1931 101 Indian Scout motocycle on the side of a 90 degrees (straight up & down) wooden barrel board wall. It is the sport of motor drome riding, more commonly known as the "Thrillarena" or "Wall of Death". I have been a drome rider for most of my life and have had the priviledge of riding 11 different dromes...2 of which were in Europe - 1 for the Varanne Family (from France) on a German Drome (Pitt’s Todeswand), and the other their Drome in France! Presently I ride for Jay Lightnin’& the American Motor Drome. Herein you will experience the rich history of motor drome riding, told both in pictures and stories. Included are walls, riders and sites from around the world! This site is dedicated to the memory of my mentor and savior, Sonny Pelaquin, who took me off the street, taught me to ride and to laugh... and gave me my wonderful life- high on the wall! (“There can never be too many motor dromes!” - Sonny Pelaquin)



Sound bite I captured from last night's Weird Creatures w/ Nick Baker, who came to this revelation while handling a pink, mummified armadillo a local Argentinian farmer had preserved...



Today we said goodbye to Maxy (aka Piggy la Rue, Fat Boy, Seal Boy, Maxy Pup, Frank, etc). He was the kindest, sweetest, stinkiest, and most accident prone dog I have ever known. We'll miss you big guy!



Last night, Max (the family mutt) decided to turn on the afterburners while giving chase to a deer in the neighbors yard. This morning, I had to lift his uninsured, 100 lbs. ass up and down the steps leading to the backyard so that he could take his morning wiz.

It's been a little more than a year and a half since Max first went under the knife at GSV for a torn ACL (trust me, it can happen). Now without an x-ray to confirm our worst nightmare, the wife would say 'I'm obsessing'. But having dished out 3K the first go around, I would say otherwise.

A couple weeks ago, I saw this rent-a-pet concept on the evening news. The idea seemed so absurd that I actually Googled it the following morning expecting a 404. That was then. This is now.
FLEXPETZ is a shared dog ownership concept that provides our members with access to a variety of FLEXPETZ dogs. All FLEXPETZ dogs complete obedience training and some FLEXPETZ dogs are also certified as therapy dogs.

Through the FLEXPETZ shared dog ownership concept, members can spend from just a few hours to a number of days with each of our dogs. FLEXPETZ dogs are available in varied breed sizes to ensure compatibility with our member's individual lifestyles and unique circumstances.

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