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Old 01-11-2007, 12:14 PM   #21
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Thank you all, his daughter is in her late 20's, to answer the question I was asked eariler o,n and I have comfort in knowing this is not good bye forever but just until I finish what I need to do while I'm here. I have a young son who loves to ride his pocket bike along side me in our sub-division and it's so cool to hear him say how much he wants to be like me but I always respond you already are like me but your going to grow up to be better than me! We all have alot to live for, sometime I think we either forget or we become a little selfish at least I have caught myself being that way at one time or another. We're family here yall and I just want to tell you all thank you again! If I can ever do anything to repay your kindness, just ask and I' ll always do my best!
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Old 01-11-2007, 12:42 PM   #24
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Thank you all, his daughter is in her late 20's, to answer the question I was asked eariler o,n and I have comfort in knowing this is not good bye forever but just until I finish what I need to do while I'm here. I have a young son who loves to ride his pocket bike along side me in our sub-division and it's so cool to hear him say how much he wants to be like me but I always respond you already are like me but your going to grow up to be better than me! We all have alot to live for, sometime I think we either forget or we become a little selfish at least I have caught myself being that way at one time or another. We're family here yall and I just want to tell you all thank you again! If I can ever do anything to repay your kindness, just ask and I' ll always do my best!
I agree with you.

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Old 01-11-2007, 03:36 PM   #26
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My name is Mr Clark as well........Hits a little close to home. Sorry about your friend.
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Old 01-12-2007, 01:18 AM   #29
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Old 01-12-2007, 09:00 AM   #32
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Went to the service last night. It was real nice had all his pictures form baby to just this past Christmas and New Years. He looked real good, ya know what I mean? Even though no really looks good dead, but he looked like Jeff to me my friend! It was hard when his wife broke down in my arms during our hug. Lot's of his biker friends were there so I didn't feel out of place wearing my full leathers. Here's the skinny on what happend 25 yr old middle eastern kid driving and Ice cream truck misses his turn and decides to u turn and hit's Jeff. Kid had a D.L. but no Insurance! He was charged with veicheluar manslaughter. You all becareful out there this just goes to prove no one is really looking out for us on the roads except for us. Once again I truly Thank You for all your comments. Hit me up if I can be of any help in the future.
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