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Old 04-23-2007, 12:01 PM   #21
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Old 04-23-2007, 12:01 PM   #22
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I'm glad none of you showed up for yesterday mornings ride to Crab River Road, it was embarrassing enough going down in front of a group I just started riding with:BangHead: , but if the Chics wouldof been there
I think Jeremy was telling me about this 1! Glad ur ok.
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Old 04-23-2007, 12:02 PM   #23
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MY PERSONAL FAVORITE, THIS IS GONNA BE MY KID FOR SURE!!!!

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Old 04-23-2007, 12:05 PM   #24
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Old 04-23-2007, 12:24 PM   #25
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Datbikrgrl and 1FastGSXR did not miss a beat!!! Totally awesome. It was definetly something out of a movie. Moved everyone right through the traffic insanity being quick, alert and pro. I hope we regroup as a smaller group meeting on the outskirts and keeping skill levels in the right position. Jet you are a great leader. Look forward to our next adventure. SAXENLOVER
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Old 04-23-2007, 12:30 PM   #26
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datbikrgrl_x..I haven't met you yet but im kind of scared too! lol Good job on the light and im glad yall made it safely!
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Old 04-23-2007, 12:35 PM   #27
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IF IT WAS A GUY WE WOULDA DRUG HIM OUT HIS $H!T BY HIS SHORT AND CURLIES, BUT WE LET THE MAKE IT CAUSE SHE WASNT UP FOR THE ABUSE!!!

I did have a Honda making an illegal u turn try to send me def with his horn blaring in my ear!!!
The gal should have gotten her drug too! Sorry about you guys' ride...hopefully the next is a bit more pleasant.
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Old 04-23-2007, 12:49 PM   #28
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It's unfortunate that you always have to deal with idiots like her! But maybe now she will think twice before she acts in that manner again! Especially when she goes to pay for a new headlight/blinker! Glad to see that you wasn't seriously hurt and didn't dropped your bike! Hope your bruises heel quickly!
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Old 04-23-2007, 12:54 PM   #29
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It's unfortunate that you always have to deal with idiots like her! But maybe now she will think twice before she acts in that manner again! Especially when she goes to pay for a new headlight/blinker! Glad to see that you wasn't seriously hurt and didn't dropped your bike! Hope your bruises heel quickly!
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Old 04-23-2007, 01:13 PM   #30
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I want to know what brand of boots you have to kick out a head light? You've got pretty good aim.
I once saw some road range on 290 and a guy got out of his car and smashed the driver window of the car in front of him. Cops came and put cuffs on the window smasher. Hope she didn't get any license info from you.
Good Luck with this and glad you're OK.
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I want to know what brand of boots you have to kick out a head light? You've got pretty good aim.
I once saw some road range on 290 and a guy got out of his car and smashed the driver window of the car in front of him. Cops came and put cuffs on the window smasher. Hope she didn't get any license info from you.
Good Luck with this and glad you're OK.
Army Boots!!! YAY! Git r dun!!! Don't care if she did...she'd have to prove it was me since there were 20+ bikes! Can't do much if no authorities were called to the scene and she would have to prove days later that I kicked her headlight...yeah...good luck. Oh, and by the way...she was too freakin busy to write anything down. Also, did you miss the part where she "RAMMED ME"? Um...last time I checked...she could get in a whole lot more trouble than me!
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she "RAMMED ME"? Um...last time I checked...she could get in a whole lot more trouble than me!
Assault with a deadly weapon.
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Old 04-23-2007, 01:28 PM   #34
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.. probably could have set that woman up with a large amount of fines and legal concerns.
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First, glad the ride went relatively OK. How many were on it?

Second - flipping off a looney in a car while you are on a bike? Not a good idea and a sure way to get you, someone with you or the next rider she sees run/backed over. Messing with a cage while you are on a bike is not a wise idea and can end badly.

ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS get the license number on the car, a good description of make, model and color along with description of the driver and report it to either the county sheriff or police department as there may be other outstanding issues with the vehicle/driver.
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Old 04-23-2007, 01:48 PM   #36
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ya thats what i am talking about girl!!!!


mad props for doing that to the little

and despite a few obstacles, sounds like yall had a blast.


maybe soon we can combine yalls ride with a guys ride and make a co-ed ride?

chance of that happening?
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First, glad the ride went relatively OK. How many were on it?

Second - flipping off a looney in a car while you are on a bike? Not a good idea and a sure way to get you, someone with you or the next rider she sees run/backed over. Messing with a cage while you are on a bike is not a wise idea and can end badly.

ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS get the license number on the car, a good description of make, model and color along with description of the driver and report it to either the county sheriff or police department as there may be other outstanding issues with the vehicle/driver.
Lol...well, I do appreciate your input but as you will note in the story...I pulled the finger on her after she tried to kill me. So, yeah, that was not a good idea for her to do either, seeing as I have a bit of a temper and was about ready to go off on her . Had I been forced to drop the bike...yeah...it would have been on and would not have ended with a simple broken headlight on her part. I agree...do your best not to a cager off...in turn...as a cager...do your best to not off a hot headed blonde on a sportbike especially when she has about 20 other sportbike riders that would have been MORE than happy to take the biotch out in my defense. Nuff said.
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Lol...well, I do appreciate your input but as you will note in the story...I pulled the finger on her after she tried to kill me. So, yeah, that was not a good idea for her to do either, seeing as I have a bit of a temper and was about ready to go off on her . Had I been forced to drop the bike...yeah...it would have been on and would not have ended with a simple broken headlight on her part. I agree...do your best not to a cager off...in turn...as a cager...do your best to not off a hot headed blonde on a sportbike especially when she has about 20 other sportbike riders that would have been MORE than happy to take the biotch out in my defense. Nuff said.
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Glad your ok.... Now I know the REAL reason for wearing boots when riding!
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Glad your ok.... Now I know the REAL reason for wearing boots when riding!

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