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10 Famous Quotes by Steve Armstrong
3/16/1965 - (Present)
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Steven James
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Generally, it's a fellow who had a motorcycle 20 or 30 years ago, ... They're guys who are either retired or nearing retirement. I think their mind-set is, 'This will be the last bike I have. I want to revisit the old times.'

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I would say Porridge is one of the greatest British sitcoms ever made. It dictated the way we see prison.

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It's not quite as forgiving (as a motorcycle) in loose gravel or when cornering.

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The guys want that blessing. They say they are going to ride it on errands or to work, but it remains to be seen if they really do. It sounds good to the wife, I guess.

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You could see that look in their eyes, ... It used to be that if I rode one they would think, 'Look at that nut.' Now when I drive around getting my 80 miles per gallon, they're looking at me, but I suspect they are thinking, 'Hey, that's pretty neat.'

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It's a good ole race. I'm a big race fan. I race. I've worked at race tracks. I just love racing. It's about the biggest race of them all.

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A lot of people are in to it.

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I have to furnish the setback and I don't like that.

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They handpick people for those events. They don't just take anybody.

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She opened the door so women could participate in the Empress side.

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