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Old 09-15-2005, 01:25 PM   #21
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justtalk it outwith ur pops and let him know how dumb you were for letting somebody else take your bike... no actually let him know how STUPID you were for letting somebody else take your bike.* All your dad is doing is looking out for your man.* Don't cut the chain because its only gonna get worse.* Talk it out man.
my friend i let take it has bin ridein motocross since he was lil kid and i'v known him 4 a while so i can trust + mcdonalds i can c from my work it like the next light...like 1 parkin lot away
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Old 09-15-2005, 01:28 PM   #22
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Your missing the point...don't let others ride your bike.
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Old 09-15-2005, 01:28 PM   #23
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woohooo i just went down stairs and checked my bike and my dad took the chains off
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scared ya huh?
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woohooo i just went down stairs and checked my bike and my dad took the chains off
sweet man!!!!
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happens, but it also works itself out sometimes too. right:
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Re: chain cutter?

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lol ty im 18 (my parents think they still can control me lol they lost that privliage when i was 12)
In the state of Texas they lose that right "Legally" when your 18....not 12


Now me being a Parent of a 15 year old I would have to simply say....... Say Adios to your Bike its gone ! sold to the first bidder and to be quite honest I wouldn't care if it sold for 1 Dollar with a mentality like yours. I personally wouldn't be held responsible in any way shape or form if something happened to your friend on your bike let alone if something happened to someone else as a direct result of your bike.

18 and my 15 Year Old acts more mature then you how sad is that. I say if you have a problem with being grounded, then get a job, buy your own bike and move the out. Learn responsibility and live it. And badmouthing your Dad is just sad. After all he brought you into this world and put up with you all this time and you wanna thank him by badmouthing him ? *real mature.

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this thread didnt exactly go according to its intended plan now did it??
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lol ty im 18 (my parents think they still can control me lol they lost that privliage when i was 12)
In the state of Texas they lose that right "Legally" when your 18....not 12


Now me being a Parent of a 15 year old I would have to simply say....... Say Adios to your Bike its gone ! sold to the first bidder and to be quite honest I wouldn't care if it sold for 1 Dollar with a mentality like yours. I personally wouldn't be held responsible in any way shape or form if something happened to your friend on your bike let alone if something happened to someone else as a direct result of your bike.

18 and my 15 Year Old acts more mature then you how sad is that. I say if you have a problem with being grounded, then get a job, buy your own bike and move the out. Learn responsibility and live it. And badmouthing your Dad is just sad. After all he brought you into this world and put up with you all this time and you wanna thank him by badmouthing him ? *real mature.

lol i am payin 4 it stupid
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Old 09-15-2005, 03:32 PM   #30
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lol ty im 18 (my parents think they still can control me lol they lost that privliage when i was 12)
In the state of Texas they lose that right "Legally" when your 18....not 12


Now me being a Parent of a 15 year old I would have to simply say....... Say Adios to your Bike its gone ! sold to the first bidder and to be quite honest I wouldn't care if it sold for 1 Dollar with a mentality like yours. I personally wouldn't be held responsible in any way shape or form if something happened to your friend on your bike let alone if something happened to someone else as a direct result of your bike.

18 and my 15 Year Old acts more mature then you how sad is that. I say if you have a problem with being grounded, then get a job, buy your own bike and move the out. Learn responsibility and live it. And badmouthing your Dad is just sad. After all he brought you into this world and put up with you all this time and you wanna thank him by badmouthing him ? *real mature.

lol i am payin 4 it stupid
o yeah who said i wanted to b in this world? i didnt...but thats beside the question
and i dont give a if ur child acts more mature than me who cares? not me
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lol ty im 18 (my parents think they still can control me lol they lost that privliage when i was 12)
In the state of Texas they lose that right "Legally" when your 18....not 12


Now me being a Parent of a 15 year old I would have to simply say....... Say Adios to your Bike its gone ! sold to the first bidder and to be quite honest I wouldn't care if it sold for 1 Dollar with a mentality like yours. I personally wouldn't be held responsible in any way shape or form if something happened to your friend on your bike let alone if something happened to someone else as a direct result of your bike.

18 and my 15 Year Old acts more mature then you how sad is that. I say if you have a problem with being grounded, then get a job, buy your own bike and move the out. Learn responsibility and live it. And badmouthing your Dad is just sad. After all he brought you into this world and put up with you all this time and you wanna thank him by badmouthing him ? *real mature.

lol i am payin 4 it stupid
o yeah who said i wanted to b in this world? i didnt...but thats beside the question
and i dont give a if ur child acts more mature than me who cares? not me
So kill yourself if you don't want to be here. right:
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Sorry that is harsh. Just don't use that "Who said I want to be here" cop out . That is lame! Now, go ride, be safe and have fun! right:
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Old 09-15-2005, 04:07 PM   #33
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lol ty im 18 (my parents think they still can control me lol they lost that privliage when i was 12)
In the state of Texas they lose that right "Legally" when your 18....not 12


Now me being a Parent of a 15 year old I would have to simply say....... Say Adios to your Bike its gone ! sold to the first bidder and to be quite honest I wouldn't care if it sold for 1 Dollar with a mentality like yours. I personally wouldn't be held responsible in any way shape or form if something happened to your friend on your bike let alone if something happened to someone else as a direct result of your bike.

18 and my 15 Year Old acts more mature then you how sad is that. I say if you have a problem with being grounded, then get a job, buy your own bike and move the out. Learn responsibility and live it. And badmouthing your Dad is just sad. After all he brought you into this world and put up with you all this time and you wanna thank him by badmouthing him ? *real mature.

lol i am payin 4 it stupid
o yeah who said i wanted to b in this world? i didnt...but thats beside the question
and i dont give a if ur child acts more mature than me who cares? not me
So kill yourself if you don't want to be here.* right:
actually i have done 10 suicde attepemts in the past 4 years stopped last year cause of my g/f
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BritishDevil: Is better to talk and work things out with your parents. Glad your Dad unlock the bike... right: right:

Tell him that you really appreciated that. Just my 0.02 cents.
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In the state of Texas they lose that right "Legally" when your 18....not 12


Now me being a Parent of a 15 year old I would have to simply say....... Say Adios to your Bike its gone ! sold to the first bidder and to be quite honest I wouldn't care if it sold for 1 Dollar with a mentality like yours. I personally wouldn't be held responsible in any way shape or form if something happened to your friend on your bike let alone if something happened to someone else as a direct result of your bike.

18 and my 15 Year Old acts more mature then you how sad is that. I say if you have a problem with being grounded, then get a job, buy your own bike and move the out. Learn responsibility and live it. And badmouthing your Dad is just sad. After all he brought you into this world and put up with you all this time and you wanna thank him by badmouthing him ? *real mature.

lol i am payin 4 it stupid
o yeah who said i wanted to b in this world? i didnt...but thats beside the question
and i dont give a if ur child acts more mature than me who cares? not me
daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayuuuuum... that sounds like an E- SLAP to me. :laughing6:
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Old 09-15-2005, 04:18 PM   #36
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owwie that hurt meeee im tellin my baby n she come woops ur lol jk :-p :biggthumpup:
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owwie that hurt meeee im tellin my baby n she come woops ur lol jk :-p* :biggthumpup:
i meant that you gave the slap to LOBO!
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i met britishdevil tonite.. If i knew you were coming out i would have brought my torch and chain cutter for you use..


j/k dude.. hope to see you out at the begining of our meets(not the end) to ride. Have fun and be safe on that new bike or yours
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i met britishdevil tonite.. If i knew you were coming out i would have brought my torch and chain cutter for you use..


j/k dude.. hope to see you out at the begining of our meets(not the end) to ride. Have fun and be safe on that new bike or yours
Was that him that came 2 up and then left at the begining of the meet?
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