Man, ‘A-ha!’ A-ha! A-heh!
Posted On August 3, 2021
A man with a passion for motorcycles, and a penchant for flying, has landed himself on the cover of a new book.
The Lad Bible, which describes itself as “an American religious magazine for evangelicals,” describes “A-HA!” in a news release.
is a man who is fascinated by the beauty of a motorcycle.
He wants to ride it to his next job, or to his friends, or just to have fun.
And it has been this way for more than 10 years.
The Lad bible has never said he is gay, and he doesn’t even like women.
“But he is a very driven guy who loves motorcycles and aviation and has a very special passion for the art of flying,” the news release said.
The man, who asked to remain anonymous, said that for the past 10 years he has traveled around the world riding a Kawasaki ZX-6R.
He said he has ridden his motorcycle almost every day.
In an interview with NBC News, the man said he wants to “bring back the feeling of freedom, the feeling that you can go anywhere and do anything.”
He said he believes he has “a unique gift” for the world of flying, and that he is now the proud owner of a Kawasakis.
A recent trip to a motorcycle rally in Mexico was the impetus for “AHA!” to write the book, the release said, saying the book will help people “recognize the power of the motorcycle and to share in the excitement of riding.”
is based on a series of articles written by A.J. Smith, a journalist who covered aviation in the 1970s.
In the latest article, “Aha!” published in the magazine, Smith wrote about an experience he had on a plane ride in 1970, when he was sitting in a row of seats.
He was sitting on the right side of the plane, and another passenger in the seat next to him was sitting directly behind him.
Smith said he was in the right seat, but was not in the front row.
When he got up, he said the passenger on the other side of him yelled out, “Don’t move!
We’re all in the same row!”
Smith said that at that point, he thought the other person was a man and that his fellow passengers were women.
He asked the other passenger why he was yelling and she said, “I don’t know.”
Smith said the next thing he knew, he was “totally in a daze.”
He then tried to figure out what was going on, but his mind was wandering to women and airplanes and things like that.
He started to think, “Oh my God, I’m going to die.”
When he asked if there was anything else, the other passengers began to yell out, and then he heard the plane land.
Smith wrote about that experience in the book “A.J.,” and has written about the experiences of other pilots in a number of books and videos.
He also has published a blog about the book called “ABA!
He said the book would not be a platform for people to be homophobic or transphobic, and was not intended to be.