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Old 05-14-2013, 05:23 PM   #81
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I was thinking this would hurt the 1-2 drink at dinner folks, but you make an excellent point on social influence
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My fastest track times and best 60' times were always after a few beers. Lol
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Old 05-14-2013, 06:22 PM   #83
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some of my best softball playing happens 3 beers deep too. Dangerous lives we live bluewave.
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Old 05-15-2013, 07:38 AM   #84
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I was probably the one who bought the bucket at the spot. Sounds like me
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Old 05-15-2013, 11:57 AM   #87
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It kills me when people act a with people on the back. I'm all for wheelies and going fast but do it alone. Something else I hate to see is the rider wearing the lid and the passenger with out one, if there's only one lid let the chick/passenger (I hope yalls passengers are chicks) use it. I'm kinda for this charge, I don't drink but when I did I knew when to ride and when to chill.
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It kills me when people act a with people on the back. I'm all for wheelies and going fast but do it alone. Something else I hate to see is the rider wearing the lid and the passenger with out one, if there's only one lid let the chick/passenger (I hope yalls passengers are chicks) use it. I'm kinda for this charge, I don't drink but when I did I knew when to ride and when to chill.
There is a flaw to your point. If the rider takes a rock or similar to the face they may both go down as a result. Watery eyes can also lead to a wreck. Sometimes its better for the operator to have the protection.
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There is a flaw to your point. If the rider takes a rock or similar to the face they may both go down as a result. Watery eyes can also lead to a wreck. Sometimes its better for the operator to have the protection.
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Also, I would hate to see what my GF's head would do with my lid on. She would be a sick bobble head from all the head movement. Her neck would be jacked too. Just pointing out that in some cases it's probably best for the rider to go ahead and wear it. Just something to keep you from getting irritated when you see it
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Irony? people on mh preaching about DUI and still ride like asshats when no alcohol is involved, especially on group rides.
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Irony? people on mh preaching about DUI and still ride like asshats when no alcohol is involved, especially on group rides.
Good point
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When it comes to bikes respect and rationality is what keeps us alive. When drinking liquid courage they both go out the window and a " it" attitude is what its replaced with. This guy was full of it I'm just wondering how this idiot manage to make it home
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Irony? people on mh preaching about DUI and still ride like asshats when no alcohol is involved, especially on group rides.
You would rather ride in a car or on a bike with me AFTER I have a drank or two. I won't scare you as much ! I'll be behaving to avoid the popo... most of the time .
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same here. Gotta get your act right on
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