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Diary of a Madman: Part 2, The State of the Union

Diary of a Madman: Part 2, The State of the Union

A few thoughts on Social Disturbance As I write this a great many cities are burning... It has been roughly 3 months since the whole world seems to have fundamentally changed. If you're like me, some days feel normal and work and life continue, but there are other times life is seemingly wrapped in a surreal haze, almost like we are in some sort of alternative timeline, or episode of 'The Twilight Zone'. If one was not paying attention, it would seem like the rage and fire of the last few days came out of nowhere, but the truth is, we...

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#DoomsdayRoadTrip Contest!

#DoomsdayRoadTrip Contest!

Share your road trip memories contest!Traveling this year clearly wont be the same, but why not look back at the good times and metaly prepare for the future.To Patricipate: 1- Follow Doomsday Machine 2-Post a picture from one of your favorite road trips, with a map if possible. 3-Tag Doomsday Machine and use the #Doomsdayroadtrip hashtag. Also please include the contest rules in the post.In a week we will randomly choose a winner to receive a free DM Tee. Contest ends midnight, Sunday June 7thHere's one for motivation:In 2012, I embarked on the craziest road trip of my life (and I've had a...

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Movie Monday: History of Choppers

Movie Monday: History of Choppers

Now admittedly this isnt really a movie, but when reality TV went all chopper crazy a decade ago, there was actually a few things worth watching, and this was one of them (plus the Indian Larry stuff). Hosted by a celerb chopper builder, and full of cheesey music, but this made for tv"documentary" is full of amazing stories and pictures on the origins of choppers. Now they dont get it all right, but there is so much good stuff here that its worth the extra fluff. While it mostly follows  

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Movie Monday: Angel Unchained

Movie Monday: Angel Unchained

 After a violent brawl with a rival club, Angel, The VP of the "Exiles" MC decides he's had enough of the life and heads out on the road to find himself. He quickly crosses path with some Hippies, trying to make a start living off the land, who are having a problem with the local "boys".  This film melds the "back to the land" movement of the late 60's with the free wheeling, hard partying biker life of the same period. One movement built on peace, the other violence. Do they share more in common than their love of grass?...

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Movie Monday: Northville Cemetary Massacre aka "RIP Freedom"

Movie Monday: Northville Cemetary Massacre aka "RIP Freedom"

One of the greatest, and somewhat hardest to find biker flicks out there. Made in Michigan by first time Canadian Director William Dear, who later went on to do Harry and the Hendersons, this underground classic features the Scorions MC from Detroit as most of the bikers, and the lead role has reportedly an uncredited voicover by non other than Nick Nolte. Originally titled "RIP Freedom", this film visually fits in with the more violent films of the period, but philisophically it belongs in the same catagory as "Easy Rider" and "Angel Unchained" which we also hope to get to reviewing....

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