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Old 01-26-2010, 01:29 PM   #81
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I don't know man. Not sure I agree with this post. A fellow rider is a fellow rider. We don't want any of our fellow riders to eat it no matter what they were doing on a bike. I mean obvioulsy if they are riding crazy and eat it that is their cost of doing it but we have all dont crazy stuff on a bike. And if they eat it I guarantee they could give a rats about anyone's sympathy but we should always give sympathy to the family and friends of the down rider no matter what the cause.
I dunno about that, I see one being a hazard... I tend to have some hopes they bust their before they cause an accident or hurt someone else. And if I'm the one that has to to bust my to avoid something cause by their stupidity?
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Old 01-26-2010, 01:37 PM   #82
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lets see some pictures of you with those bikes then. and who are the users that can vouch for you?
ha, just ran into this thread. the OP is one of my best friends, and yes...he had an MV and a couple of those throwback ducs.

the OP is by far one of the most carefull vehicle operators I know. i would say he is on the opposite personality spectrum from a person who would blow between cars 100+ MPH. so, this was the wrong place to post his rant; and yes, wishing death on others whom you off isn't cool...but most of us have had similar thoughts at least once.
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I don't know man. Not sure I agree with this post. A fellow rider is a fellow rider.
If a "fellow rider" pulls a bone head move and takes himself out, I call it like it is.. a bone head move pulled by a dumbass. I'll feel sorry for his family and friends left behind by his bonehead move, but zero sympathy for the bonehead.

Sorry, they don't get a pass on common sense and responsibility in life, just because they ride a bike.

If you ride like an , jerk, douche, bonehead (take your choice) then you are all the above... it's not "oh, he's on a bike so it's all cool"

"F" that... talk about nearsighted and narrow minded.
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Old 01-26-2010, 03:25 PM   #84
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Old 01-26-2010, 04:33 PM   #85
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I don't wish anyone dead...

altho

I have seen people on bikes more then a few times that embarrassed me to be associated with them as a "rider". I am a rider, and was thinking "what a dumbass".

Can't imagine what the cagers around me thought...

By the same token, when someone riding like a douche eats it, I feel no sympathy whatsoever.. I refuse to toss out the "poor them" just because they were on a bike. Stupid is as stupid does, and if it bites you in the , then so be it.

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I dunno about that, I see one being a hazard... I tend to have some hopes they bust their before they cause an accident or hurt someone else. And if I'm the one that has to to bust my to avoid something cause by their stupidity?
Exactly. Thank you.

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If a "fellow rider" pulls a bone head move and takes himself out, I call it like it is.. a bone head move pulled by a dumbass. I'll feel sorry for his family and friends left behind by his bonehead move, but zero sympathy for the bonehead.

Sorry, they don't get a pass on common sense and responsibility in life, just because they ride a bike.

If you ride like an , jerk, douche, bonehead (take your choice) then you are all the above... it's not "oh, he's on a bike so it's all cool"

"F" that... talk about nearsighted and narrow minded.
Yes, I would give sympathy for the family. But not to someone who is asking for it.

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rev has a point..... but hey i do wheelies so i cant say ;D

Well let's hope you don't do it between cars right? haha
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ha, just ran into this thread. the OP is one of my best friends, and yes...he had an MV and a couple of those throwback ducs.

the OP is by far one of the most carefull vehicle operators I know. i would say he is on the opposite personality spectrum from a person who would blow between cars 100+ MPH. so, this was the wrong place to post his rant; and yes, wishing death on others whom you off isn't cool...but most of us have had similar thoughts at least once.
You are right Unicron. HAHA, well I don't think I have the power to actually wish death on someone. If so I would be some , I probably be floating around rather then driving. I really can wish anything I want, but it doesn't change anything. I wish to be a billionaire and that hasn't happened yet.
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rev has a point..... but hey i do wheelies so i cant say ;D
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Douchebag- Someone who has surpassed the levels of jerk and , however not yet reached ****er or mother****er. Not to be confuzed with douche.

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In case anyone is unclear of the definition...

Douchebag- Someone who has surpassed the levels of jerk and , however not yet reached ****er or mother****er. Not to be confuzed with douche.

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Rob:He kept hitting on my girlfriend at the party, he just wouldnt leave her alone!!
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Do we really want people wishing death upon other riders on this forum...

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I'm referring to the OP, not Justin.

Even if it was a rant, no rider deserves to die because of what he/she does on the road. I've cut between cars plenty of times... there's plenty of room there. in Cali, it's legal. Why hate?

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Old 01-27-2010, 12:46 AM   #92
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With your attitude and pitiful personality that'll never happen. Mainly because you're a f*cking douche bag.
Your probably the f*ckin idiot that was riding that bike!! I rather be a douche bag than an idiot like you.

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Do we really want people wishing death upon other riders on this forum...

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I'm referring to the OP, not Justin.

Even if it was a rant, no rider deserves to die because of what he/she does on the road. I've cut between cars plenty of times... there's plenty of room there. in Cali, it's legal. Why hate?
So you are telling me its legal to cut between cars going 120mph? Hmmm I don't think so, maybe at standstill traffic speeds or a dead stop. Just because you do it doesn't mean its ok. So its ok someone does this and causes an accident? Some of you guys need to get real, but maybe your life sucks so you don't give a about others around you right? Well too bad for you, I care about my life and others around me.

Who the f*ck cares who I wish to die, do you really think me wishing it will come true?? If so pay me to wish for someone to die! Something I can make some extra money off of. lol

Anyways the guys that don't agree with me are more than likely very young which I am certain of and I'm done making my point. Just from your profile you ride for 1-3 months and you think you know whats up? Get the f*ck out kid. You want to go die, go ahead just stay out of my way while doing so. Even better go cut between stationary and get yourself killed. I wish all you idiotic riders die! haha I hope this gives you bad karma while your out riding next time. Good luck as death is upon you. Enjoy the short term life you are giving yourself. lol For the good responsible riders, have a safe ride and good health.
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Your probably the f*ckin idiot that was riding that bike!! I rather be a douche bag than an idiot like you.



So you are telling me its legal to cut between cars going 120mph? Hmmm I don't think so, maybe at standstill traffic speeds or a dead stop. Just because you do it doesn't mean its ok. So its ok someone does this and causes an accident? Some of you guys need to get real, but maybe your life sucks so you don't give a about others around you right? Well too bad for you, I care about my life and others around me.

Who the f*ck cares who I wish to die, do you really think me wishing it will come true?? If so pay me to wish for someone to die! Something I can make some extra money off of. lol

Anyways the guys that don't agree with me are more than likely very young which I am certain of and I'm done making my point. Just from your profile you ride for 1-3 months and you think you know whats up? Get the f*ck out kid. You want to go die, go ahead just stay out of my way while doing so. Even better go cut between stationary and get yourself killed. I wish all you idiotic riders die! haha I hope this gives you bad karma while your out riding next time. Good luck as death is upon you. Enjoy the short term life you are giving yourself. lol For the good responsible riders, have a safe ride and good health.
seriously...can someone please ban this fool? i dont care what forum you're on, this is inappropriate
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Textbook fcktard. About as useless as the people he's complaining about.
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seriously...can someone please ban this fool? i dont care what forum you're on, this is inappropriate
LOL You really think my wishes will come true? I did wish good upon good riders, isn't that what we need??? Just look at it as a wish for bad riders to become better riders right? Ban me from the truth? Guys that want to go cut between cars at high speeds are asking to die, thats the truth. I'm not making this sh*t up, you want to take risks and risks others the consequence is death bro.
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The thread is full of people taking a rant way too seriously. I don't ever "wish death" in the literal sense upon anyone for how they ride. However, there sure are times when I just plain wish that certain types of moronic riders just didn't exist, for example: when I pay insurance dues for my bike and realize that the exorbitant rates insurance companies charge don't come from some sort of whimsical number generator, but rather are based off of factors which include and heavily rely upon crash statistics.

There are times and places when riding like a moron is not only ok, but even warranted - but as riders, we ought to at least attempt to limit those scenarios to situations where we don't put others at risk, only ourselves. It's also important to note that acting a fool in front of other non-riders causes them to take a dimmer, more narrow view of the sport and lifestyle that we riders love.

I have only met/rode with Reventon once, but I can certainly vouch for the guy in saying that he seemed to be a capable, and indeed responsible rider. So I gather that he lives by what he preaches as far as responsible riding is concerned. Furthermore, he was indeed riding a sweet vintage style Ducati when I saw him, and the idea that anyone would or should feel the need to lie about what they ride is plain retarded.

Anyways, I don't think he really wishes death upon anyone. He seemed like a pretty legit cat when I met him.

This is the Internet. Don't take rants so seriously.
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The thread is full of people taking a rant way too seriously. I don't ever "wish death" in the literal sense upon anyone for how they ride. However, there sure are times when I just plain wish that certain types of moronic riders just didn't exist, for example: when I pay insurance dues for my bike and realize that the exorbitant rates insurance companies charge don't come from some sort of whimsical number generator, but rather are based off of factors which include and heavily rely upon crash statistics.

There are times and places when riding like a moron is not only ok, but even warranted - but as riders, we ought to at least attempt to limit those scenarios to situations where we don't put others at risk, only ourselves. It's also important to note that acting a fool in front of other non-riders causes them to take a dimmer, more narrow view of the sport and lifestyle that we riders love.

I have only met/rode with Reventon once, but I can certainly vouch for the guy in saying that he seemed to be a capable, and indeed responsible rider. So I gather that he lives by what he preaches as far as responsible riding is concerned. Furthermore, he was indeed riding a sweet vintage style Ducati when I saw him, and the idea that anyone would or should feel the need to lie about what they ride is plain retarded.

Anyways, I don't think he really wishes death upon anyone. He seemed like a pretty legit cat when I met him.

This is the Internet. Don't take rants so seriously.
Thanks bro, but I just thought it was funny some guys take it very seriously. It is the internet you are right.
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No one deserves to die. Maybe have someone swerve in front of them while there driving between cars to make em realize how stupid they are. But thats a big maybe.
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