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Old 07-24-2012, 02:41 PM   #1
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Motorcyclist escapes cops

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Old 07-24-2012, 02:51 PM   #2
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fck yea, +1 FOR THE BIKER
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Old 07-24-2012, 03:05 PM   #3
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thats nothing... wed nights .. media has no idea whats goes on in houston. lol
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Old 07-24-2012, 03:17 PM   #4
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yeah! That's awesome. Would have been sooo badass if he broadsided someone in one of those intersections and killed someone - man that's so cool when that happens. Nothing as sweet as watching the little kids and family of some innocent motorist crying on TV because they'll never see Mommy again. I love it! , that dude's cool!

Douchebag. It'll catch up to him. When it does, some other motorcycle board somewhere will post about it. Half of the board will talk about what an asshat he is and how it's just bleach for the gene pool and good riddance and the other half will rag all over the first group and somehow try to equate the fact that the "haters" speed too and it's no different going 20 over on a deserted road that going 80 over while eluding police through 3 counties and then dying in a spectacular fireball. Ah the circle of life for cephalopodis motocalamaristae... He's a dumbass. .
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thats nothing... wed nights .. media has no idea whats goes on in houston. lol
I'm pretty certain some of the media does! They've been covering this stuff for a long, long time!
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another reason cops should be allowed to spike strip or PIT bikes.
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another reason cops should be allowed to spike strip or PIT bikes.
seriously?
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I hate hyperbole and exaggeration. They showed him going thru an intersection and said, "here's a ideo of the guy going in excess of 100MPH" and it's clear that he isn't traveling anywhere near that fast. Sometimes I really hate the media.
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Old 07-24-2012, 05:41 PM   #11
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thats nothing... wed nights .. media has no idea whats goes on in houston. lol
+1 90 mph and 100mph is kinda funny to see making the news.

It's nice to see the officers stopped the chase before someone got hurt.
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I hate hyperbole and exaggeration. They showed him going thru an intersection and said, "here's a ideo of the guy going in excess of 100MPH" and it's clear that he isn't traveling anywhere near that fast. Sometimes I really hate the media.
If he was running from the police on any sportbike built in the past 20 years, then I think it's safe to assume that he went at least 100mph. I actually thought 100 was a bit low of an estimation.
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F*** the police.

Everytime I've been assaulted or burgled, they've done nothing. Oh they gave a hard time to the occupy movement as well.

Police chases ar e much more dangerous than a "speeding " road user.
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I almost have to go with the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one on this one.....(Quote: Star Trek)
i understand the speeder has the "potential" to harm many, but theres also the chance he harms none... but IMHO pit stopping or spike stripping a speeding motorcyclist is almost a guaranteed fatality
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another reason cops should be allowed to spike strip or PIT bikes.
I'm amazed, not even sure what to say...

I realize that speeding dumbasses on bikes are a hazard but to suggest that they should be put in danger of maiming or dying is ridiculous.

Drunk driver in a pickup? spike strips and PITs for the lot of 'em. They pose a real danger to everyone around them and the risk of them being seriously injured is fairly low.

Speeding motorcyclist? They pose only a small danger to people around them and the risk of injury is very high.
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OH WELL, don't do stupid things and stupid things don't happen to you.
figured that would be the argument.... but stupid things do happen to people who aren't doing stupid things
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I've found that 150 for a 15-30 seconds is enough to make most cops give up.
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Agreed. Or just shoot em as soon as they start to run.

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