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Old 05-16-2011, 05:27 PM   #41
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These post always get split between the riders that dont think its right to endanger other motorists on the freeway to those who dont give two if someone gets killed because of this.
If you're paying attention, then nobody is going to get killed.

If you're not - well - the problem isn't the bikers stopping traffic - its the idiot not paying attention.

What's the difference between an outrider blocking traffic for 30 seconds and some moron stopping on an on-ramp?

None - you're just a self-centered putz who thinks traffic should get out of his way.
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If you're paying attention, then nobody is going to get killed.

If you're not - well - the problem isn't the bikers stopping traffic - its the idiot not paying attention.

What's the difference between an outrider blocking traffic for 30 seconds and some moron stopping on an on-ramp?

None - you're just a self-centered putz who thinks traffic should get out of his way.
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I'm with you -- funeral processions belong on surface streets, preferably on foot (short distance), or not at all.

Use of a band and 2nd line procession is welcome.
Really?

Wow - talk about a self-centered, self-important, inconsiderate douchebag....

Dude - I'm about as intolerant as they come, but even I have respect for a funeral procession.

The guy's last ride on earth and you want to control even THAT?
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YouTube - Russian motorbike crash
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If you're paying attention, then nobody is going to get killed.

If you're not - well - the problem isn't the bikers stopping traffic - its the idiot not paying attention.

What's the difference between an outrider blocking traffic for 30 seconds and some moron stopping on an on-ramp?

None - you're just a self-centered putz who thinks traffic should get out of his way.
You're a self-centered putz that thinks you know more than you do. I don't think I'm more entitled to open road than anyone else.

I can be paying attention but not the old lady behind me when traffic comes to a dead stop.
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If you're paying attention, then nobody is going to get killed.

If you're not - well - the problem isn't the bikers stopping traffic - its the idiot not paying attention.

What's the difference between an outrider blocking traffic for 30 seconds and some moron stopping on an on-ramp?

None - you're just a self-centered putz who thinks traffic should get out of his way.
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Really?

Wow - talk about a self-centered, self-important, inconsiderate douchebag....

Dude - I'm about as intolerant as they come, but even I have respect for a funeral procession.

The guy's last ride on earth and you want to control even THAT?
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If you're paying attention, then nobody is going to get killed.

If you're not - well - the problem isn't the bikers stopping traffic - its the idiot not paying attention.

What's the difference between an outrider blocking traffic for 30 seconds and some moron stopping on an on-ramp?

None - you're just a self-centered putz who thinks traffic should get out of his way.
And you are one of the half that doesnt give 2 that the guy behind me almost plowed me down and my children with his pick up cause HE wasnt paying attention, luckily I was, during one of these large group rides.

And please, no name calling, its ather childish. Last thread about this ended with people talking like you.

I am not self centered, just think that the freeway should not be held up by a bunch of selfish riders just cause they want to stay together. Who cares if you are together, just get on the freeway like normal people and dont cause a traffic jam.

When a car breaks down suddenly and stops traffic, it is a very dangerous situation mostly for the people that might get hit from behind by careless drivers not paying attention.

I have NEVER had a car accident, ever cause I keep my distance, hardly ever speed and I am always pretty aware. I am worried about the head tailgating me and whats going to happen if traffic suddenly stops.

Thats where you and your pro-stopping trafic attitude come in. I am driving minding my own business when I have to slam on the brakes and some in a 4x4 kills my kids cause some bikers just HAD to stop traffin in an interstate highway designed to be free-flowing and people expect it to stay that way.

But then you would place all blame on the guy that hit me, none one the people that stopped traffic, I had it all wrong. Now that I see your point of view, you make PERFECT sense. I apologize.

I didnt realize what a stupid outlook I had on this. Sorry, my bad.
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You're a self-centered putz that thinks you know more than you do. I don't think I'm more entitled to open road than anyone else.

I can be paying attention but not the old lady behind me when traffic comes to a dead stop.
Ahem - first off the post was directed at eltejano, not you.

Second, no, I'm pretty sure I know what I know - and I'm not afraid to admit I don't know something.

Third, with regards to your old lady example, please explain to us all the exact difference between some douchenozzle stopping on an on-ramp unexpectedly and an outrider stopping traffic? Here's a hint - the old bat would hit you either way.

The problem is not the person stopping traffic for whatever reason. The problem is the people who are not paying attention to what is going on around them.
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And you are one of the half that doesnt give 2 that the guy behind me almost plowed me down and my children with his pick up cause HE wasnt paying attention, luckily I was, during one of these large group rides.

And please, no name calling, its ather childish. Last thread about this ended with people talking like you.

I am not self centered, just think that the freeway should not be held up by a bunch of selfish riders just cause they want to stay together. Who cares if you are together, just get on the freeway like normal people and dont cause a traffic jam.

When a car breaks down suddenly and stops traffic, it is a very dangerous situation mostly for the people that might get hit from behind by careless drivers not paying attention.

I have NEVER had a car accident, ever cause I keep my distance, hardly ever speed and I am always pretty aware. I am worried about the head tailgating me and whats going to happen if traffic suddenly stops.

Thats where you and your pro-stopping trafic attitude come in. I am driving minding my own business when I have to slam on the brakes and some in a 4x4 kills my kids cause some bikers just HAD to stop traffin in an interstate highway designed to be free-flowing and people expect it to stay that way.

But then you would place all blame on the guy that hit me, none one the people that stopped traffic, I had it all wrong. Now that I see your point of view, you make PERFECT sense. I apologize.

I didnt realize what a stupid outlook I had on this. Sorry, my bad.
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Ahem - first off the post was directed at eltejano, not you.

Second, no, I'm pretty sure I know what I know - and I'm not afraid to admit I don't know something.

Third, with regards to your old lady example, please explain to us all the exact difference between some douchenozzle stopping on an on-ramp unexpectedly and an outrider stopping traffic? Here's a hint - the old bat would hit you either way.

The problem is not the person stopping traffic for whatever reason. The problem is the people who are not paying attention to what is going on around them.
exactly. its like getting rear-ended at an intersection and blaming the stop sign for it.
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Ahem - first off the post was directed at eltejano, not you.

Second, no, I'm pretty sure I know what I know - and I'm not afraid to admit I don't know something.

Third, with regards to your old lady example, please explain to us all the exact difference between some douchenozzle stopping on an on-ramp unexpectedly and an outrider stopping traffic? Here's a hint - the old bat would hit you either way.

The problem is not the person stopping traffic for whatever reason. The problem is the people who are not paying attention to what is going on around them.
I think his problem is the "type" of people that stop traffic!
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Ahem - first off the post was directed at eltejano, not you.

Second, no, I'm pretty sure I know what I know - and I'm not afraid to admit I don't know something.

Third, with regards to your old lady example, please explain to us all the exact difference between some douchenozzle stopping on an on-ramp unexpectedly and an outrider stopping traffic? Here's a hint - the old bat would hit you either way.

The problem is not the person stopping traffic for whatever reason. The problem is the people who are not paying attention to what is going on around them.
You are right, but how is that fair to the person paying attention getting hit by someone not paying attention? Just -em? Take it up with the guy that hit you?
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exactly. its like getting rear-ended at an intersection and blaming the stop sign for it.
Not even close. The freeway is designed to be a free flowing road free of obstruction. If there is to be an obstruction such as construction or maintenance, there will be warning signs well ahead letting people know.

When you suddenly stop traffic on a road that is meant to not be stopped with no warning, you create a very dangerous situation.

That is why there a re very specific laws governing how, when and why to stop or slow down traffic in an interstate, because it is DANGEROUS to just hault the flow suddenly and with no warning.
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And you are one of the half that doesnt give 2 that the guy behind me almost plowed me down and my children with his pick up cause HE wasnt paying attention, luckily I was, during one of these large group rides.

And please, no name calling, its ather childish. Last thread about this ended with people talking like you.

I am not self centered, just think that the freeway should not be held up by a bunch of selfish riders just cause they want to stay together. Who cares if you are together, just get on the freeway like normal people and dont cause a traffic jam.

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I have NEVER had a car accident, ever cause I keep my distance, hardly ever speed and I am always pretty aware. I am worried about the head tailgating me and whats going to happen if traffic suddenly stops.

Thats where you and your pro-stopping trafic attitude come in. I am driving minding my own business when I have to slam on the brakes and some in a 4x4 kills my kids cause some bikers just HAD to stop traffin in an interstate highway designed to be free-flowing and people expect it to stay that way.

But then you would place all blame on the guy that hit me, none one the people that stopped traffic, I had it all wrong. Now that I see your point of view, you make PERFECT sense. I apologize.

I didnt realize what a stupid outlook I had on this. Sorry, my bad.
I'm going to assume the last two paragraphs are not intended as sarcasm and that you're actually understanding my view.

That being the case - that is EXACTLY why I blame the guy that hits you, not the person who stops traffic.

Traffic can stop for any number of reasons - many of them well beyond anyone's control.
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