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Old 04-25-2007, 12:36 PM   #141
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FATE IS IN NO WAY BEING USED AS A COVER!!!! There was an accident that took the lives of 2 people. Could it have been avoided with safer riding, yeah it could have BUT IT WASNT, and THAT IS WHERE THE FATE COMES IN.

No one is saying Roger wasn't acting irresponsibly, but in all actuality WE ALL ARE IRRESPONSIBLE ON OUR BIKES AT TIMES, and not each of those irresponsible acts has led to our demise. So it was fate that stepped in and used THIS IRRESPONSIBLE ACT TO END 2 WALKS OF LIFE!

Stop typing about this $h!t cause a lot of ya'll seem to have flunked the READING COMPREHENSION part of the TAAS test.
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FATE IS IN NO WAY BEING USED AS A COVER!!!! There was an accident that took the lives of 2 people. Could it have been avoided with safer riding, yeah it could have BUT IT WASNT, and THAT IS WHERE THE FATE COMES IN.

No one is saying Roger wasn't acting irresponsibly, but in all actuality WE ALL ARE IRRESPONSIBLE ON OUR BIKES AT TIMES, and not each of those irresponsible acts has led to our demise. So it was fate that stepped in and used THIS IRRESPONSIBLE ACT TO END 2 WALKS OF LIFE!

Stop typing about this $h!t cause a lot of ya'll seem to have flunked the READING COMPREHENSION part of the TAAS test.
Fate - something that unavoidably befalls a person (www.dictionary.com)

You're completely contradicting yourself... fate means that no matter what, they were going to crash. That's clearly not the case.
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Actually bud, fatewas already define by ME, 2 pages ago http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...7&postcount=81. Based on that definition, i haven't contradicted myself yet.
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Old 04-25-2007, 01:22 PM   #148
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Guys I'm sure you're going to bash me for this but, It's how I feel at this time.

I really love riding motorcycles.
I really love my family who loves me back.
My daughter means the world to me.
Everyone has a time in their life when they are going to die.
I have been thinking about this alot latley.
I'd much rather know that is going to take me doing something I enjoy (riding motorcycles) rather than giving me cancer or another illness that has someone else responsible for wipping my a$$ and feeding me everyday.
I don't want to pass away on a hospital bed with bed sores and tubes in every end, laying up for months/years. It's really hard to think that some of us that we know will become "someone we knew" but, I also feel comfort in the thought that a person has passed away doing something that they enjoy. Something that brings them happiness. Rather than passing away from years of pain.

I have seen time and time again, people involved in something that truley brings them happiness only to have this taken away by their (Mom, Dad, Wife, Husband etc...) My father was in this same boat. He was in a band before he meet my mother and she had asked him to give it up for her and us kids. As I grow older I regret the fact that she would put him into a situation to have to make the choice between the thing he loves and the family he loves.

Maybe it's a bit selfish to wish that my end come from doing something I enjoy rather than getting old and not being able to enjoy the things that I do that bring me happiness.
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Alright we'll just agree to disagree with the accident thing, b/c whatever the circumstances surrounding how these 2 were killed the fact of the matter is Roger wasn't using MALICE INTENT to CAUSE this accident. He wasnt going down the street saying "I'm using my phuckin bike to kill these 2" so here's our compromise.....

IT WAS A PHUCKED UP ACCIDENT!!

There both words r being used in the sentence!
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FATE IS IN NO WAY BEING USED AS A COVER!!!! There was an accident that took the lives of 2 people. Could it have been avoided with safer riding, yeah it could have BUT IT WASNT, and THAT IS WHERE THE FATE COMES IN.

No one is saying Roger wasn't acting irresponsibly, but in all actuality WE ALL ARE IRRESPONSIBLE ON OUR BIKES AT TIMES, and not each of those irresponsible acts has led to our demise. So it was fate that stepped in and used THIS IRRESPONSIBLE ACT TO END 2 WALKS OF LIFE!

Stop typing about this $h!t cause a lot of ya'll seem to have flunked the READING COMPREHENSION part of the TAAS test.
Thank you. I could go back n forward all day but I'm done responding. It doesn't seem that key messages are being conveyed and/or understood so it's pointless to keep saying the same thing over again. Like the guy for instance that offers that life is based on choices and alluding that my idea of life being like a book is foolish. is omnipotent, that fact withstanding, he is also omnipresent. The events have not taken place, but if you go and look at the definition of omnipresent then you would understand just how much sense everything that I've said makes. Now as far as Roger and his actions, again, no one is excusing them and I really hope lessons were learned for riders in the future but IMO things happened exactly as they were supposed to. If you disagree then leave it at that and drop it...or we can discuss it over a beer on Friday...dayum
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Guys I'm sure you're going to bash me for this but, It's how I feel at this time.

I really love riding motorcycles.
I really love my family who loves me back.
My daughter means the world to me.
Everyone has a time in their life when they are going to die.
I have been thinking about this alot latley.
I'd much rather know that is going to take me doing something I enjoy (riding motorcycles) rather than giving me cancer or another illness that has someone else responsible for wipping my a$$ and feeding me everyday.
I don't want to pass away on a hospital bed with bed sores and tubes in every end, laying up for months/years. It's really hard to think that some of us that we know will become "someone we knew" but, I also feel comfort in the thought that a person has passed away doing something that they enjoy. Something that brings them happiness. Rather than passing away from years of pain.

I have seen time and time again, people involved in something that truley brings them happiness only to have this taken away by their (Mom, Dad, Wife, Husband etc...) My father was in this same boat. He was in a band before he meet my mother and she had asked him to give it up for her and us kids. As I grow older I regret the fact that she would put him into a situation to have to make the choice between the thing he loves and the family he loves.

Maybe it's a bit selfish to wish that my end come from doing something I enjoy rather than getting old and not being able to enjoy the things that I do that bring me happiness.
ACTUALLY THIS IS EXACTLY HOW IF FEEL!!!!
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Old 04-25-2007, 01:33 PM   #152
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at this point, how about we all think about trying to severely reduce the number of unintended results from our actions by making those actions as safe as they can be - both for ourselves and others?
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at this point, how about we all think about trying to severely reduce the number of unintended results from our actions by making those actions as safe as they can be - both for ourselves and others?
Dawg...do you realize we're all sayin the same shyt?

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...Now as far as Roger and his actions, again, no one is excusing them and I really hope lessons were learned for riders in the future...
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No one is saying Roger wasn't acting irresponsibly...
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Sure I can REDUCE my risk of a fatal collision by driving safely, being more patient, etc...
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Alright we'll just agree to disagree with the accident thing, b/c whatever the circumstances surrounding how these 2 were killed the fact of the matter is Roger wasn't using MALICE INTENT to CAUSE this accident. He wasnt going down the street saying "I'm using my phuckin bike to kill these 2" so here's our compromise.....

IT WAS A PHUCKED UP ACCIDENT!!

There both words r being used in the sentence!
I'm just gonna repost at this point, back to that reading comprehension thing.
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Guys I'm sure you're going to bash me for this but, It's how I feel at this time.

I really love riding motorcycles.
I really love my family who loves me back.
My daughter means the world to me.
Everyone has a time in their life when they are going to die.
I have been thinking about this alot latley.
I'd much rather know that is going to take me doing something I enjoy (riding motorcycles) rather than giving me cancer or another illness that has someone else responsible for wipping my a$$ and feeding me everyday.
I don't want to pass away on a hospital bed with bed sores and tubes in every end, laying up for months/years. It's really hard to think that some of us that we know will become "someone we knew" but, I also feel comfort in the thought that a person has passed away doing something that they enjoy. Something that brings them happiness. Rather than passing away from years of pain.

I have seen time and time again, people involved in something that truley brings them happiness only to have this taken away by their (Mom, Dad, Wife, Husband etc...) My father was in this same boat. He was in a band before he meet my mother and she had asked him to give it up for her and us kids. As I grow older I regret the fact that she would put him into a situation to have to make the choice between the thing he loves and the family he loves.

Maybe it's a bit selfish to wish that my end come from doing something I enjoy rather than getting old and not being able to enjoy the things that I do that bring me happiness.
i feel the same way i dont want to die weak and sick, i want to die strong and full of life but at the same time i dont want to speed up my clock... and having to raise a family is a responsibility u take upon urself and the kids u bring to this world depend on u so yes u have to give up what u like cause they should be number one priority in ur life. else its simple and easy dont get married and dont have responsibilities
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"Stop typing about this $h!t cause a lot of ya'll seem to have flunked the READING COMPREHENSION part of the TAAS test."

Tell you what... get a copy, lets both take it and compare results.
Take the 'religon/belief' system out of the darn discussion, which is precisley what you are doing with your fate/presdestination spiel.

I'll risk it to say, the thread/communication was fine until you stepped into the exchange with your 'fate' aspect which is NOT entirely accurate in it's context of this discourse.
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"Stop typing about this $h!t cause a lot of ya'll seem to have flunked the READING COMPREHENSION part of the TAAS test."

Tell you what... get a copy, lets both take it and compare results.
Take the 'religon/belief' system out of the darn discussion, which is precisley what you are doing with your fate/presdestination spiel.

I'll risk it to say, the thread/communication was fine until you stepped into the exchange with your 'fate' aspect which is NOT entirely accurate in it's context of this discourse.
Probably why they ditched the TAAS test. :laughing6
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"Stop typing about this $h!t cause a lot of ya'll seem to have flunked the READING COMPREHENSION part of the TAAS test."

Tell you what... get a copy, lets both take it and compare results.
Take the 'religon/belief' system out of the darn discussion, which is precisley what you are doing with your fate/presdestination spiel.

I'll risk it to say, the thread/communication was fine until you stepped into the exchange with your 'fate' aspect which is NOT entirely accurate in it's context of this discourse.

No reason to be a head dude! And actually my "inaccurate a$$" managed to MASTER all 3 portions of the TAAS.

U don't believe in religion or then cool,no biggie, but I can type my opinion just as much as anyone else here. U don't like what I have to say don't phuckin' read it!!! :laughing6

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Probably why they ditched the TAAS test. :laughing6
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