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Old 07-26-2010, 02:43 PM   #121
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Congratulations. What makes you think her parents didn't do the same? 1. People do they were told not to all the time. COPS make mistakes too, and they wear a badge. Why don't we 2. blame the entire police force for not teaching them right from wrong...
1. yes and there are consequenses for that. people know it's wrong to break into a house and that the consequenses could be death... do you want to take that risk, if so, don't complain when your best friend that went in with you is dead.

2. it's not the job of the police to teach right and wrong... they are there for the enforcement of the rules. it's your job as the driver to know the rules and the punishment for the crimes. I won't attempt to evade because i know the consequences and don't want to risk it.
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Old 07-26-2010, 02:43 PM   #122
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The only thing you can blame me for is having sympathy. Like I said before I never condoned her actions...

Feelings sorry for her, and saying what she did was ok are two completely different things. If you would have ever picked up on that, anything I said wouldn't have bothered you so much.
Only thing you did wrong was ask us to feel sorry for her. Then continue to try to justify it.. by calling us out, taking some sideways pot shots at cops...

But whatever, to each their own.
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Old 07-26-2010, 02:44 PM   #123
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Well what are her parents' names? Since you know the family so well....

I'll wait
the dad is named epic, and the mother is fail. when those 2 reproduce, you can see what the daughter became.
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Only thing you did wrong was ask us to feel sorry for her. Then continue to try to justify it.. by calling us out, taking some sideways pot shots at cops...

But whatever, to each their own.
How and when did I ever ask any of you to feel sorry for her? Just because I do, doesn't mean anything else besides that fact that I feel sorry for her as well. I know it's a Monday, but you guys need to read instead of insinuate.

So to be clear so more of you asshats don't try to jump down my throat.

I DID NOT CONDONE HER ACTIONS

I NEVER SAID WHAT SHE DID WAS OK

I NEVER ASKED YOU TO GIVE A ABOUT HOW I FEEL

I NEVER ASKED YOU TO FEEL BAD FOR HER

I DO FEEL BAD FOR THE RIDER AND HIS FAMILY

I DO FEEL BAD FOR THE GIRL AND HER FAMILY

If you have a problem with that, fix it on your own.
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the dad is named epic, and the mother is fail. when those 2 reproduce, you can see what the daughter became.
Yeah I'll remember that next time I see a thread with you 50 riders complaining about cops hassling you.
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another one of those semantics things... murder is murder. did someone die as a result of your actions? i know it's not always that cut and dry but i feel this is. her stupid decisions resulted in someones son, husband, and father being killed. i do actually feel bad for her... she couldn't help the fact that her parents clearly didn't teach her any better so they failed as parents.
By the definition. Her act was not murder. Im just saying.

Murder, as defined in common law countries, is the unlawful killing of another human being with intent (or malice aforethought), and generally this state of mind distinguishes murder from other forms of unlawful homicide (such as manslaughter).
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So if someone kills your mother, or wife or kid or grandma you should feel bad for that person, no matter the cirsumstances or choices they made, even though they killed a loved one.
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the dad is named epic, and the mother is fail. when those 2 reproduce, you can see what the daughter became.
Close her mom is gone, so Maybe her dad is Epic fail?
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So if someone kills your mother, or wife or kid or grandma you should feel bad for that person, no matter the cirsumstances or choices they made, even though they killed a loved one.
Once again, nobody asked you to. But if you guys wanna call me out for having a heart, I'm gonna tell you to off.
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YOU SAY THAT NOW. easy to say it when you not in the situation.
If you mean drunk and at a party, yeah - I've been there. I've either stayed, called a cab or called a stone-cold sober friend.

Why on earth would you think it is that difficult of a choice to make? I really fail to see where the problem is.
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Yeah I'll remember that next time I see a thread with you 50 riders complaining about cops hassling you.
ok, i'll remind you. btw... my 50 is street legal. not sure what that has to do with a girl killing a person while she was driving drunk though
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way off topic now.

RIP to Gregory. Don't know him or the girl. Feel bad for both families.
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ok, i'll remind you. btw... my 50 is street legal. not sure what that has to do with a girl killing a person while she was driving drunk though
So popping wheelies and trying to stunt it is legal?

And I'm not sure why feeling bad for her is a crime.
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By the definition. Her act was not murder. Im just saying.

Murder, as defined in common law countries, is the unlawful killing of another human being with intent (or malice aforethought), and generally this state of mind distinguishes murder from other forms of unlawful homicide (such as manslaughter).
true... like i said though, it's not that clear cut, as in self defense also... but the bottom line is that she made a stupid choice and now has to pay for the consequences of that choice... i don't feel bad for her, she deserves more than the punishment she'll get.
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So popping wheelies and trying to stunt it is legal?

And I'm not sure why feeling bad for her is a crime.
yes. in parking lots... and the bike is street legal so i can ride on the streets between the lots
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yes. in parking lots... and the bike is street legal so i can ride on the streets between the lots
I guess its impossible for some people to believe that many of us really are fairly responsible...
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I think SbFuller has a unique viewpoint on all this...


after all he was rearended on his bike, by a woman...
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I think SbFuller has a unique viewpoint on all this...


after all he was rearended on his bike, by a woman...
and she is now my wife... and you best believe she remembers it.
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and she is now my wife... and you best believe she remembers it.
And so the jury asks.... "sir, at what point did the feeling come over you that you would like to wrap your hands around her neck and squeeze?"

But back to the OP... RIP officer... thanks for your service and your short time with us
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