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  1. I do apologize for the fact that i am an idiot and completely forgot about a family vacation, i should've posted this topic after i came back from it, but still, i apologize for that and for the inactivity on this topic untill next week. We'll probably start rping again next week and when my members, at the moment, deal with their own personal problems.
  2. Pagan's Motorcycle Club The Pagans are a 1%er Motorcycle Club that proudly proclaims it's outlaw status. It all started in Prince George's County, Maryland in 1959 and it quickly expanded to other states, including San Andreas. Before the Pagans evolved into an outlaw club in 1965, they were a friendly non-violent club. The club has grown vastly through merging with smaller outlaw clubs. The structure and disciplinary actions of the Pagans are the most harsh and rigid of the four biggest motorcycle clubs. The Pagans have been known for the production and smuggling of numerous drugs and narcotics, methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine, and others. The club has also been noted to often take use of smaller affiliated motorcycle clubs or small street drug trafficking organizations. Besides the drugs and narcotics business, the Pagans have also been known for engaging in assault, arson, extortion, weapons trafficking and much more. "99% of the people in this world live by society's rules, obligations and socially accepted behaviour, 1% do not, 1% are outlaws, f*ck the world, this is what we live by, we are the baddest motherf*ckers in the valley and we back that up!" Posted by Daniel Gallows, 14-03-2018, 15:35 P.M
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