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Posted: 07/14/2010 11:54 AM
For those of you who might not have seen it on the Homepage, Rot 2011 June 9th thru the 12th.
Posted: 07/14/2010 12:54 PM
God willing - we plan on being there !
Posted: 07/14/2010 02:29 PM
Prop me up beside the FUB if I die!!!!
Posted: 07/14/2010 05:11 PM
Hey khubbard just curious how did you join this page in 2008? I thought it was new?
Posted: 07/14/2010 06:46 PM
Some of us did not create new accounts. We continued our old membership. Please Don't Start Me Talking About The Original Board, I can't talk about it or Spirit will put me in the corner again. I will now go beat my head against a wall for all the good it will do.
Posted: 07/14/2010 06:49 PM
Bebop said: Prop me up beside the FUB if I die!!!!
How do we tell if your dead or just passed out? If your dead do you want to be stuffed and mounted?
Posted: 07/14/2010 07:52 PM
God willing, we'll be there!
Posted: 07/17/2010 11:14 AM
We'll be there!
Posted: 07/26/2010 02:25 PM
Just not sure, Tired of the 18 yr olds with attitudes ( and there were a BUNCH this year)! Rot has got to do something about security, the 3 a.m. burn out sessions on the other side of the fair grounds from the parade route, the crotch rockets doing 110mph through the green section at 4 a.m.I'm 44 yrs old and I am all for having fun but when you have drunk idiots doing wheelies on golf carts ramming into and tearing the hell out of $60,000.00 travel trailers, while people are diving for cover, it's not fun, it is a major liability and possible law suit on your hands. Write it on the wall!!!! ROT has let the 18-21 yr olds get out of hand I have attended the last 7 ROT's and I see this. In the next couple of yrs one of these kids are going to either launch a rice rocket into the crowd doing a burn out poorly, or start something where 1 of them is delivered back home. The Banditos do a lot for the ROT, they really need to step up and do something about the security and saftey issues!!!!!!!
Posted: 09/06/2010 12:12 AM
I couldn't agree more. We are there for the party and love the rally, but these kids are gonna drive us away and several others.
Posted: 09/07/2010 02:45 AM
My neighbor and I traveled 2000 miles to participate and have fun at ROT, and we did but it was so blanketed by the morons and their excessive need for speed which put everyone that was on or near the main thorough fair in danger as well as themselves . There were so many improper advance and discussting behavior by the ones that were not pleased about the ladies that did not want to participate with flashing any part of their body. I can keep on going with self witnessed misbehaviors but I agree with others who attended and complained about the lack of action by security. It is a adult atmosphere but even adults ( especially the 18-21 y.o.) on occassion resort to childhood behavior .We still on planning on going next year but wether we stay on ground or not depends on how ROT 2011 progresses toward a more stable and contolled atmosphere. milehi .
Posted: 09/16/2010 07:10 PM
I would love to see ROT make the age limit 21. BAR doesn't seem to have any problems, but it is smaller. Any ideas on this Spirit?
Posted: 09/16/2010 10:18 PM
Personally, I'd love to see it be 21 ... then you could offer anyone a beer and not worry about it. Don't know if ROT has any plans in that direction though. I'll pass along your suggestion. :)
Posted: 09/18/2010 08:19 PM
21 and over sounds real good here too!
Posted: 09/22/2010 10:44 AM
I don't think anyone was comfortable with tall the kiddos at ROT. I was so glad they went to 18 and over last year!
Btw, welcome to the board! Glad to see you posting.
Posted: 09/22/2010 05:52 PM
Look it's simple in my eye's if they get to close to my trailer with any nonsense. First I ask politly, if that doesn't work then I make them comply. If they want to act stupid, just go do it around their own toys. Stay away from mine or suffer the consequences. look I'm going to have a good time but at the same time if they are old enought to see my wifes tits then they're old enough for me to tcob.
Posted: 10/02/2010 02:54 PM
Will be there!
Posted: 10/03/2010 09:43 PM
Will probably give up our spot in yellow lot, might try for green, might just stay at lone star rv and ride in to visit friends. Kind of over the nonsense on the parade route. Never felt the need to endanger myself or others just to see a new pair of breasts....just sayin'
Posted: 10/06/2010 07:57 PM
Been off the net for a while and just catching up on the thread. Seems to me there were fewer participants with more hormones than common sense when the Rally was in late May--perhaps because they were still in school and/or trying to finish finals? Anyway, while I know moving the ROT later to June made it easier for those with kids still at home to attend, and perhaps made it easier on those who work in the education system, the move seems to have not only put us into a lot hotter weather, it also might be contributing to some bad actors.
Regardless, the Good Lord willin' and the creek not risin', we'll be there in Purple next year. My best friend is even looking at procuring a toy hauler to use the other spot. He saw one at Thunder Beach Saturday he really likes.
And 21 is fine for our group...21 and a few weeks earlier (cooler) even better
Posted: 10/18/2010 07:23 PM
We will be there again this year in the Purple lot! ROT is our "away from the kids" vacation. So having so many kids under 21 there last year with their bad attitudes, drinking, loud mouths, and just out and out stupidity irritated me and those who go with us. Would LOVE to see it 21 and over.
Posted: 10/24/2010 10:18 PM
We got a toy hauler 3 years ago and we love it. Its great staying out there with all the other crazy's. I agree about the 21 age limit. I noticed a lot of attitude from the 'younger' crowd, but no matter we'll be there in June.
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