From the Korea where Harley Mania continues to sweep the nation and from the state where nobody can keep track of how many motorcycle clubs there are, this is MēMē Call. In this episode, Paul and Wayne dissect the subculture that is the American Motorcycle Club Community, and they do it with respect so that they don’t wake up dead.
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Motorcycle Clubs (05:17)
Old-school bikers have big dick energy.
According to William Dulaney, there are three periods in MC history:
The Preformative period: 1901-1944
The Formative period: 1945-1957
The Transformative period: 1958-present
Bikers possibly love to ride their bikes more than they love anything else.
“Brotherhood” is not a casual term in the MC Community.
B-4: Blacks and Whites
Bikers are anachronistic but tenacious in their traditions.
The MC Community believes in helping those who need help.
Letters from the Second Civil War (28:11)
Farewell & Gratitude
We want to thank Mark Calvin for for being fat guy with an eye patch on a Sporty, and we also want to thank Aidan Clancy for being the RUB of MēMē Call scripting. We would be remiss if we didn’t thank our patrons. As always, we absolutely have to thank the Blue Tits.
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