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Old 12-18-2011, 12:03 AM   #21
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:59 PM   #22
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Well - it was 20 years ago (that he got out)... maybe the rules have changed.

If this guy had killed anybody else, or another biker, you guys would want him to hang... I don't get your double standards.
beautiful lady, its not really a double standard where it concerns another vehicle, however if you chose to get into a vehicle with a DD, then you chose to enter into a hazardous activity, same as she chose to enter into a hazardous activity by riding with a drunk rider. this removes the double standard portion. the other rider/driver didn't choose to enter into a hazardous activity by getting on or into a vehicle with a dd
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beautiful lady, its not really a double standard where it concerns another vehicle, however if you chose to get into a vehicle with a DD, then you chose to enter into a hazardous activity, same as she chose to enter into a hazardous activity by riding with a drunk rider. this removes the double standard portion. the other rider/driver didn't choose to enter into a hazardous activity by getting on or into a vehicle with a dd
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