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Old 05-25-2010, 12:48 AM   #61
yamaR6281
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i had that feeling a few time. My gut told me "no more wheelie after this one." My brain say "just one more." Well I listened to my brain and crashed.
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Old 05-25-2010, 02:24 AM   #62
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I completely understand both sides when it comes to gut feelings. I was in a position, it didnt matter if I wanted to ride or not. I HAD TO. (that was for things like work, grocery getting, etc etc)

when it came time to play, If I had a feeling, it didnt necesarily mean I stayed at home, it just meant cool it. (more than likely I was doing, or about to be doing something stupid, or with friends that were being stupid)

The argument I always came across, was after I sat something out. someone would usually chime in "SEE! NOTHING HAPPENED!...you worried about nothing" trying to justify thier actions, but I would tell them, that instance nothing happened, if I participated, the outcome COULD be different. since we cant explore the outcome, there is no point in bashing it. the outcome is/was unknown..why worry about it or rub it in?

many instances I am right, but not in the position to change the situation as a whole, just the smaller variables (like having to ride...but wearing extra gear, or taking the real time to make sure is on the way it should be...without having a gut feeling, but for some reason taking methodical extra steps for no reason) hope that makes sense.
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