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Old 07-14-2005, 05:19 PM   #81
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i just dont understand the logic u guys use, counting years of riding thats bs, u will be surprised when u see a 15 year old kid smoking ur . its more ego then anything ...get over it some people are better then u no matter what lol....
HAHA....Hey porshito, you didn't think I would sit this one out, did you?
Well SON, let me tell you how it is. Those of us, who have been riding for longer than you have been alive (27 yrs riding for me), have learned how to react when situations arise and how to control ourselves and the bike!!!!! Any dumbass can get on a bike and twist the throttle, , my 2 yr old son can do that. It takes years of exp. to actually ride a bike jackass!!!!
reacte my when ur due to crash u will crash, if u took the msf u would have learned that most accidents are caused by other factors then ur skills) stop talking like ur invincible.... plus u can accomplish the same speed on a r1 or a 600 but the breaks on a r1 are better... so stop repeating the same old subject... i dont understand what ur trying to prove (that no one should start on a liter bike oh well ur right i will apply that logic next life cause its too late now).* i mean arguing is fun but this subject is getting really really old and boring...
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"React my ; when you're due to crash, then you will crash. If you took the MSF, you would have learned that most accidents are caused by other factors, besides your skills. Stop pretending to be invincible. Plus you can get an R1 to do an uncontrolled 12 o'clock, alot faster than a 600cc bike. However, the brakes on an R1 are marginally better. Which means, when you get excited and grab a big handful that your endo is sure to happen marginally faster. And being that my skils are marginal as well, I might not correct in time and end up on my face. So stop repeating the same old subject. I don't care to listen to the advice of other people who know at least a little bit more to me. In my next life, which will be soon since I'm going to die on this thing, I will know better. It's too late now. I like to argue and cause drama, but I am tired of this and will go kill myself in a fiery explosion now."
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Old 07-14-2005, 05:30 PM   #82
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Re: I found your bike..You Know Who....

ur so paranoid about crashing and dying...
kalmarjoe: wait for me next life cause its gonna be a while....

godsuki: u open the thread cause u like buzzin me and those mofos take advantage of it, and when i reply, they get all serious and upset

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No PORSCHITO. It has nothing to do with what bike you ride pal, or how good your brakes are, or if it's your time then you have no course of action. True, alot of accidents are caused by other motorists. And to address that, If you are observant, wear bright colored clothes, ride in the appropiate section of the lane, watch traffic flow, and are genuinely aware of your surroundings, then you lesson the chances of being hit by that cell phone talking cager.
On the other issue, those with fewer years of expierience are not lesser riders, or not equally as important, they just don't have the time, or miles that it takes to aquire those above described skills. You can only get them with on the job training. Every rider started out with no skills. We all learned, and are still learning, because you will never know it all. I don't think the elder riders believe they are invincible. In fact, if you haven't learned this, I'm sure that they have: There are old riders, And there are bold riders, but there are no old, bold riders!!!!!!!!
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i just dont understand the logic u guys use, counting years of riding thats bs, u will be surprised when u see a 15 year old kid smoking ur . its more ego then anything ...get over it some people are better then u no matter what lol....
HAHA....Hey porshito, you didn't think I would sit this one out, did you?
Well SON, let me tell you how it is. Those of us, who have been riding for longer than you have been alive (27 yrs riding for me), have learned how to react when situations arise and how to control ourselves and the bike!!!!! Any dumbass can get on a bike and twist the throttle, , my 2 yr old son can do that. It takes years of exp. to actually ride a bike jackass!!!!
reacte my when ur due to crash u will crash, if u took the msf u would have learned that most accidents are caused by other factors then ur skills) stop talking like ur invincible.... plus u can accomplish the same speed on a r1 or a 600 but the breaks on a r1 are better... so stop repeating the same old subject... i dont understand what ur trying to prove (that no one should start on a liter bike oh well ur right i will apply that logic next life cause its too late now).* i mean arguing is fun but this subject is getting really really old and boring...
Let me translate to english.

"React my ; when you're due to crash, then you will crash.* If you took the MSF, you would have learned that most accidents are caused by other factors, besides your skills.* Stop pretending to be invincible.* Plus you can get an R1 to do an uncontrolled 12 o'clock, alot faster than a 600cc bike.* However, the brakes on an R1 are marginally better.* Which means, when you get excited and grab a big handful that your endo is sure to happen marginally faster.* And being that my skils are marginal as well, I might not correct in time and end up on my face.* So stop repeating the same old subject.* I don't care to listen to the advice of other people who know at least a little bit more to me.* In my next life, which will be soon since I'm going to die on this thing, I will know better.* It's too late now.* I like to argue and cause drama, but I am tired of this and will go kill myself in a fiery explosion now."
well stated my friend... thats exactly what he means.. oh wait, he knows more than us, gosh I forgot.. i'm so stupid
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No PORSCHITO. It has nothing to do with what bike you ride pal, or how good your brakes are, or if it's your time then you have no course of action. True, alot of accidents are caused by other motorists. And to address that, If you are observant, wear bright colored clothes, ride in the appropiate section of the lane, watch traffic flow, and are genuinely aware of your surroundings, then you lesson the chances of being hit by that cell phone talking cager.
On the other issue, those with fewer years of expierience are not lesser riders, or not equally as important, they just don't have the time, or miles that it takes to aquire those above described skills. You can only get them with on the job training. Every rider started out with no skills. We all learned, and are still learning, because you will never know it all. I don't think the elder riders believe they are invincible. In fact, if you haven't learned this, I'm sure that they have: There are old riders, And there are bold riders, but there are no old, bold riders!!!!!!!!
well said.. on that note, that is exactly to the point.. he is not going to know how to react if someone cuts him off at 60+ mph or let alone 10 mph.. it takes hours on the road to learn how to handle situations... anyway... this child is a waste of time... young and stupid... we have tried all we can to talk to him, but he's too defensive and ignorant... let children be children... dumbasses!!!!!
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Best way to kill a troll, is to starve him to death. As much as his posts bother you, don't give him the benefit of a reply and he will go away or change his ways. He is feeding off of our responses, he says things just to get a response. As the Simpsons sing, "Just don't look."
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Old 07-15-2005, 08:56 AM   #87
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lol u guys got ur nose into this, no one asked for ur advice in the first place, u give ur unwanted advice and start calling people names, no one claimed to know more then u or called u stupid, ur the one who are calling people stupid.
just move on with ur life.
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The Almighty Godsuki, is not calling you stupid or any other names. I am just simply clarifying to you how the real world works. I am not trying to belittle you Porschito. Simply giving you another perspective. I think we should just all meet and settle this with a nice game of smear the queer. You get the ball first!!!!
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The Almighty Godsuki, is not calling you stupid or any other names. I am just simply clarifying to you how the real world works. I am not trying to belittle you Porschito. Simply giving you another perspective. I think we should just all meet and settle this with a nice game of smear the queer. You get the ball first!!!!
i wasnt talking about u, i would listen to ur advice anytime... im talking about calamary and dot...
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The Almighty Godsuki, is not calling you stupid or any other names. I am just simply clarifying to you how the real world works. I am not trying to belittle you Porschito. Simply giving you another perspective. I think we should just all meet and settle this with a nice game of smear the queer. You get the ball first!!!!
i wasnt talking about u, i would listen to ur advice anytime... im talking about calamary and dot...
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i have nothing against you at all... we tried to give you advice, and then you started running your mouth, and we were just trying to help you out because we have been riding longer than you, and we have seen things you havent... just looking out for you buddy thats all.. like i said i have nothing against you brotha
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