It's been a good ride so far!

Since I was just a kid all I have ever wanted to do was to make people laugh or just smile. As a child, an educator sent a note home to my parents. It read; If your son thinks he is going to get through life making people laugh he is in for a RUDE AWAKENING! He is not living up to his potential. WELL, I'M STILL NOT! But at this site you will at least see me try. From the heart, thank you for even being interested, it means the world to me. I always say, I have not a single fan but many a friend!

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Today I lost a friend and our community lost a LEGEND!

It breaks my heart to announce to you guys, my friends, that this morning our community lost a legend!  Early this morning, my friend, Million Miles Squire lost his ongoing battle with cancer!  He was being cared for in California by some incredible friends, but it was time for him to make the journey back to Detroit where he was from.  He had to make one stop on the way and that was here in AZ.  Upon his arrival, as he sat down to rest, his exact words were, I'M HOME!  Not long after, he truly was taken home! 

Miles, the nickname he was given by none other than Willie G himself, lived the life that many of us could only dream of, he rode his motorcycle and that is all he did!  I may not be correct on this but as I understand it, it is my belief that Miles had the most documented miles ever ridden on a Harley Davidson and I believe it was somewhere in the neighborhood of 2 million!  Can you imagine that?  2 million documented miles.  Imagine how many were undocumented?  Now he will ride on throughout eternity with smooth roads, clear skies and along side all of our brothers and sisters who we have lost before!  LONG MAY YOU RUN BROTHER SQUIRE!

As of right now, no further details are available to share.  I would like to ask you guys, my friends, if you have a photo of you and Squire, please forward it to me.  As I learn more, I will share it with you all.

In the meantime, please live each day to the very best that it can be lived, love the ones that love you back even harder, cherish the good you have and try to forgive those that have wronged you in the past if you can, life is far too short not to enjoy ever moment that you can and there is far too much weight on your shoulders to carry around a grudge, eventually, it WILL break your back.  LIVE LIKE THERE MAY BE NO TOMORROW because one day, there won't be!

With regard to my life, we all must live with the decisions that we make.  A few weeks ago, as you all know, I went out to California to attend the Affliction art show and go to Rip's BAD ride, the reason I was going was because Squire called me and asked me to come.  I wanted so desperately to sit down with him and ask him all of those questions that no one ever asked him because I knew that he was sick and that cancer was a monster.  At the location where Rip's was held, there is absolutely no phone signal and unknown to me, Squire was in the hospital again and was calling and calling and calling me!  I had no choice but to return home and it wasn't until I was in Palm Springs on the ride home that I heard all of the messages that he left for me.  I knew that soon he would be back in AZ. and I would sit down with him there and I made the decision to continue on home.  I will have to live with that decision forever now and as I sit here, I deeply regret it!  Sometimes, there is no tomorrow!

Million Miles Squire, you were the only one of your kind and the void that you leave will be impossible to fill!  As you cross through the pearly gates, know that you were loved and respected and that is all any of us could ever ask for!  Ride On Man

Until we see each other on the road,

Keep the wind in your face,
Tits in your back
and The Man off your ass!

Your friend,
Jack Shit


  1. Wow! Sorry you lost your friend. When it's time to go, it's time to go!

  2. We Are Our Deeds! This man did deeds we should truly aspire to copy in our own way.

  3. my deepest condolences to his friends and family. i`m sorry for your loss. L&R MBL

  4. This is a huge loss and am very sorry to hear this. Prayers to all his family and loved ones. He is certainly one good reason to live each day with gusto and all you can give. Such a loss and a gain for us to remember him with much love and respect.

  5. Squire was truly one of a kind and it will be strange to be at any bike event and not turn around and see him there!

  6. Such a loss!!! He was a sweetheart! Squire was a great "hugger" and had the best laugh! I wish I had gone on that ride up to Estes Park with him. He is missed!

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  8. My profile pic is Squire and me Sturgis '09. '-)