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Old 04-27-2007, 10:11 AM   #221
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the point i was makin is everybody that pushes it crashes. its all where, how. and when. we dont have to do anything on these bikes. but if you plan on ridin like a sally buy a harley......or an sv.

yeah he was cocky. we all are top guns. that doesnt take away from him being a great guy. i wish more people knew him on here. we talked everyday and im really going to miss him.


dude, your friend just died because he was pushing it too hard. and now you're trying to justify pushing it on the streets?? just because you ride a sportbike doesn't mean you have to ride it out every time you get on the thing. these new bikes are race bikes with headlights. you want to ride it like a race bike, then take it to the streets. i don't understand your stubborness.
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Old 04-27-2007, 10:46 AM   #222
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im not justifying anything....and i never said to ride to the wall all the time, and i said to take it to the track. do you understand that? this is not a debate. i drive my bikes like they are mechanicaly designed to fully handle. i always will. that is my decision. i also avoid traffic at all costs. ask tony rodio. he vouch for me

i didn't force my friend to end his life. i was trying to slow him down. get it.
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dude, your friend just died because he was pushing it too hard. and now you're trying to justify pushing it on the streets?? just because you ride a sportbike doesn't mean you have to ride it out every time you get on the thing. these new bikes are race bikes with headlights. you want to ride it like a race bike, then take it to the streets. i don't understand your stubborness.
SECRETAGENT I THINK WE GET IT....WE NEED TO RIDE SAFER!!!!! I UNDERSTAND AND APPRECIATE UR POINT. Factoid is u can't make anyone do that. U keep HIGHLIGHTING what these persons did wrong IN THEIR RIP THREADS NONE THE LESS!!!!!! Put that $h!t in another thread and be a bit more tactful with it b/c no matter how they died, A SOUL HAS BEEN LOST. Yes at the fault of his/her own, but IT'S LOST and what is greatly appreciated in these types of threads is simply a prayer or peaceful thought....

SHOW SOME PHUCKIN' RESPECT!!!!
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Old 04-27-2007, 01:50 PM   #225
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SECRETAGENT I THINK WE GET IT....WE NEED TO RIDE SAFER!!!!! I UNDERSTAND AND APPRECIATE UR POINT. Factoid is u can't make anyone do that. U keep HIGHLIGHTING what these persons did wrong IN THEIR RIP THREADS NONE THE LESS!!!!!! Put that $h!t in another thread and be a bit more tactful with it b/c no matter how they died, A SOUL HAS BEEN LOST. Yes at the fault of his/her own, but IT'S LOST and what is greatly appreciated in these types of threads is simply a prayer or peaceful thought....

SHOW SOME PHUCKIN' RESPECT!!!!

if you go back and read not once have i talked about bryan in this, or any other thread. all i'm trying to do is make people aware that if they decide to ride the same way, then they can expect the same demise. i don't see why that's so wrong for me to do. but fine, whatever, i'll shut up.

oh, and btw, i was the person that made this thread in the first place, so don't give me that about respect. k?
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