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Old 07-13-2010, 10:14 PM   #21
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thanks everyone and yeah cuz i'll let you know what they say.
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Old 07-13-2010, 10:31 PM   #22
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, a M shaped collarbone...

well I guess a up collarbone is great compared to the damage of slamming into the back of a car.. LOL

Get well soon though
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Old 07-13-2010, 10:51 PM   #23
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thanks everyone and yeah cuz i'll let you know what they say.
Glad ur ok!.. GG with all the gear.

Looks like a titanium plate and a bunch of screws is in your future. Plus a long painful road to recovery. A buddy of mine just broke his collar bone like a month ago, and is still healing up. Got a plate and 7 screws, but is out for at least another month.. I think it took 2 weeks before he was able to do anything on his own..
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Glad ur ok!.. GG with all the gear.

Looks like a titanium plate and a bunch of screws is in your future. Plus a long painful road to recovery. A buddy of mine just broke his collar bone like a month ago, and is still healing up. Got a plate and 7 screws, but is out for at least another month.. I think it took 2 weeks before he was able to do anything on his own..
thats better than a crunchy foot
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Old 07-13-2010, 11:16 PM   #25
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thats better than a crunchy foot
Ill agree with ya there

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Old 07-13-2010, 11:43 PM   #26
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Just got off the phone with him. It was him.
Said he was on his way home from work. Was getting into the left lane to get on the freeway, cars in front of him slammed to a stop. It was either take the grass or hit the back of a Cadillac. He picked the grass. Says he didnt have the fairings on the bike and had a Woodcract stator cover, so bike damage was minimal to none.

As for him, not too bad off. Broken collarbone in 2 places. Said it looks like an M.
Standard ride in the ambulamps, xrays and bubblebath from 2 exotic asian nurses... LOL....

Seems to be alright, though might have to take a break from work for a month or so I'm guessing.
Glad he survived. Hope he has a speedy recovery.
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Blutrkdrp Glad to know you are doing well.
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yes it was he's cuz. that was me, dre. im ok, but i broke my collar bone. i was trying on get onto i10 and everyone was stopped on da on ramp. i had to much speed to stop. so it was either hit a car in front of me or lay it over in da grass. so i went for da grass. i was wearing all gear, helmet, jacket, and knee pads. da truck that there was helping me. from what im boy said that my bike isn't bad. but i haven't seen it yet.
glad to hear you were geared up and are relatively alright man.
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good to hear ur ok amigo. heal up quick mane
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Heal up soon Dre. If I can help, let me know.
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Old 07-14-2010, 07:20 PM   #32
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thanks peeps, ill keep everyone posted
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well he did say too much speed so it was possibly avoidable, but kudos on the standard gear being worn, especially the knee pads. you never know what might happen!
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When cars slam on their brakes in front of you, whatever speed you're going at the time is always too much. Even true in your car.

I remember a night we shot pool a couple years back, he kept them knee pads on the whole time we were there... lol.
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When cars slam on their brakes in front of you, whatever speed you're going at the time is always too much. Even true in your car.

I remember a night we shot pool a couple years back, he kept them knee pads on the whole time we were there... lol.
yeah, and if you hit the back of the car in ft on you what kinda ticket would you get? does it make any diff. if it was on a bike?

heal up man.
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You're right, no difference at all. Wasn't referring to the bike or the speed or the ticket, just the fact that no matter what, every time a whole row of cars slam their brakes unexpectedly, it's a pucker moment for me!

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