Is your hair blown back yet? Here we are again today for another thrilling ride with Dallas Scorpion MC, Country. If you’ve just discovered this series; these stories are accountings of true and actual events as told by, Old School – Outlaw Biker, Country. CLICK HERE to catch up on past articles.
Since a lot of citizens (non bikers) follow his stories, we’ll try to clarify some of the biker terminologies he may use now and then. Here is a terminology-definitions web page to help explain biker lingo – if you need to refer to it.
As ‘National Sergeant at Arms’ I was responsible for being the one to handle club wars, inner club problems that took kicking ass to rectify, etc. . . I had no problem with it. . . right down my alley.
In Memphis the Outlaws MC and Hells Angels MC were trying to make a showing in those days; to see whose was the biggest. For instance the small clubs told me some members had been stopped at an intersection and had to pay a dollar to go through. Such high jinks as that were common.
We decided to try to make a federation with the smaller clubs. We called the Syndicate MC (dominate motorcycle club) who we didn’t know too well and set up a meet. I was to go and case them out and call back and say yea or nay on coming on over.
I was told I needed to take one other member with me. I didn’t think I needed anyone but if I had to take someone, I knew who I wanted. We had a member named George who checked himself into the mental clinic regularly for a tune up and he took some high powered meds .
I said “That’s who I want with me if the ‘caca’ hits the fan.”
We went , things worked out and we set up a meet with them; the Zodiac MC , the Saints MC and someone else I can’t remember at our chapter in Stuttgart, AK to discuss a federation against the bigger clubs.
It just so happened, that summer was a hot one so when they showed up it was hotter than Texas (and we know how hot that is). The meeting place was held in a back yard that had no trees.
The chapter was small and they had used up all their credit at the liquor store . All the owner would part with was a couple of cases of Mad Dog 20/20. The heat and Mad Dog 20/20 don’t mix. Hell. . . Mad Dog don’t mix with itself.
Someone got the big idea of cooking up a galvanized wash tub full of spaghetti. While it was cooking we got to throwing the empty bottles of Mad Dog in the air and shooting them. Some of the glass fell in the tub and we ate it all. . . drunken sots that we were. . . and if we got galvanized poisoning we just thought it was a hangover from hell that we got from the appropriately named Mad Dog.
Any way that’s the way our world was back then and it was picking up speed.
Don’t forget – Dallas Scorpions MC members, Country and Chaplain Zig Zag will both be celebrating their birthdays at the Dallas Scorpion Clubhouse, Oct 8th – 7:30PM – 10750 Shiloh Rd, Dallas. There’ll be a live band and no gate fee.
Get some of these stories and accountings straight from the horse’s mouths – Snoopy will be cooking his famous Biker Bar-B-Q so bring a healthy appetite too.
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