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Old 03-26-2008, 04:04 PM   #101
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Old 03-26-2008, 04:06 PM   #102
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[QUOTE=GSXR FTW;1100924]exactly say RIP and move on.... quit bashing the fallen rider....

if you go and race at TWS (Texas World Speedway) and highside and die... is it justifyable for us to sit here and talk you and on your grave?[/QUOTE]

prolly not, but I'd bet he wouldnt care, being dead and all.
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Sounds fake to me..

But if not , then RIP and why did you ride that fast on an unfamiliar road.
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Motorcyclist hits tree on Telge, dies instantly

10:34 AM CDT on Wednesday, March 26, 2008

By Adrienne M. Cody / KHOU.com

Raw video from the scene HOUSTON -- A motorcyclist hit a tree and died early Wednesday morning on Telge Road.

Around 2:30 a.m., two men on sport bikes crashed while trying to get around a sharp curve.

"There's a pretty sharp curve on Telge Road," Sgt. S. Wolverton said.

One motorcyclist wasn't hurt, but the other man died at the scene.

Both men were wearing helmets, deputies said.

"They were both riding extremely fast," Sgt. Wolverton said. "They were probably riding approximately 100 mph when they approached the curve."

The area is very dark, but there are signs that indicate the upcoming curve.
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Old 03-26-2008, 05:01 PM   #106
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Motorcyclist hits tree on Telge, dies instantly

10:34 AM CDT on Wednesday, March 26, 2008

By Adrienne M. Cody / KHOU.com

Raw video from the scene HOUSTON -- A motorcyclist hit a tree and died early Wednesday morning on Telge Road.

Around 2:30 a.m., two men on sport bikes crashed while trying to get around a sharp curve.

"There's a pretty sharp curve on Telge Road," Sgt. S. Wolverton said.

One motorcyclist wasn't hurt, but the other man died at the scene.

Both men were wearing helmets, deputies said.

"They were both riding extremely fast," Sgt. Wolverton said. "They were probably riding approximately 100 mph when they approached the curve."

The area is very dark, but there are signs that indicate the upcoming curve.

Sounds fake to me..

But if not , then RIP and why did you ride that fast on an unfamiliar road
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Old 03-26-2008, 05:06 PM   #107
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I feel bad for the familys of those involved. like mentioned earlier... speeding on an unfamiliar road in the dark is suicide...I hope the young and impetuous learn from their mistake.
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Old 03-26-2008, 05:19 PM   #108
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Wonder which curve they miseed, cause there aren't any that can be handled at 100 on Telge. Dumb move, especially at night on an unfamiliar road.

Prayers sent to the family..
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all i know is i have seen first hand people do ride really fast and in a very dark back roads. its sad but true
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Wonder which curve they miseed, cause there aren't any that can be handled at 100 on Telge. Dumb move, especially at night on an unfamiliar road.

Prayers sent to the family..
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meant to say there aren't any that can't be handled..

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Prayers for the fallen - for the families - and for the other rider who hopefully will learn something here.

on Ulric and Racer X - This PERSON deserves the respect of any person who has not intentionally harmed another person.

Take the blame, bad decisions, and the sport out of the picture, and reveal the truth. What place is it of yours to be such jerks about a request for prayers for the obvious mistake that resulted in tragedy? It doesn't matter what the cause is - it's still a tragedy that should bring community together, not provide you with fodder for accusations. Unless I know that you have never once broken a law on the road, you have no place at all to make this pain worse by your hurtful comments.

I have only been a member here for a short time, and have already realized a pattern here - and it's an unfortunate one.

So we all agree riding that fast on a dark unknown street is probably not a good idea. Ok - get past that - it's still a tragedy. You don't know what caused the accident, and even if you did, are you really that interested in being so heartless as to him already? GEEZ!!! It's already clear it was a mistake. They will have to deal with that on their own.

You should be praying for everyone involved for their hearts and the pain they are all inevitably suffering, and pray for the fallen rider that he is taken to a safer place.

And if you don't pray, then SHUT THE UP - This is not your thread then... He's already paid the price for stupidity - let it go for now.

Hey - I'm sure you two guys are probably decent people - but as you can tell - NOBODY appreciates these kinds of comments on these kinds of posts. There is another time and place, dudes...
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Well hopefully one of them will learn from the mistake as for the other sorry he cant :/


As for RacerX Cant yall see he post the same way in every forum cause he likes the attention everyone gives him over it ? Ignore him and bam its over
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Old 03-26-2008, 05:52 PM   #114
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Nah, I prefer to call him out for his BS (and lack of knowledge when it comes to spelling and grammar).
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Sounds fake to me..

But if not , then RIP and why did you ride that fast on an unfamiliar road.

I was thinking the same myself.
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Prayers for the fallen - for the families - and for the other rider who hopefully will learn something here.

on Ulric and Racer X - This PERSON deserves the respect of any person who has not intentionally harmed another person.

Take the blame, bad decisions, and the sport out of the picture, and reveal the truth. What place is it of yours to be such jerks about a request for prayers for the obvious mistake that resulted in tragedy? It doesn't matter what the cause is - it's still a tragedy that should bring community together, not provide you with fodder for accusations. Unless I know that you have never once broken a law on the road, you have no place at all to make this pain worse by your hurtful comments.

I have only been a member here for a short time, and have already realized a pattern here - and it's an unfortunate one.

So we all agree riding that fast on a dark unknown street is probably not a good idea. Ok - get past that - it's still a tragedy. You don't know what caused the accident, and even if you did, are you really that interested in being so heartless as to him already? GEEZ!!! It's already clear it was a mistake. They will have to deal with that on their own.

You should be praying for everyone involved for their hearts and the pain they are all inevitably suffering, and pray for the fallen rider that he is taken to a safer place.

And if you don't pray, then SHUT THE UP - This is not your thread then... He's already paid the price for stupidity - let it go for now.

Hey - I'm sure you two guys are probably decent people - but as you can tell - NOBODY appreciates these kinds of comments on these kinds of posts. There is another time and place, dudes...

I guess you didnt read my post.
This is a FORUM, for OPINIONS, you dont like his, get over it and ignore him.
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Well hopefully one of them will learn from the mistake as for the other sorry he cant :/


As for RacerX Cant yall see he post the same way in every forum cause he likes the attention everyone gives him over it ? Ignore him and bam its over

He doesnt do it for attention, this I promise. He does it in everyone best intrest, wether you see it that way or not. He just kinda does it in a way I choose not to.
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I guess that is true he is a saftey coarse instructor
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I guess that is true he is a saftey coarse instructor
And he does that as a side gig to help people, he doesnt make alot of money doing it. He has the best of intentions, just does it in a "rash" kind of way
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Hey, I respect your philosophy - it's my opinion that it's a sour way to respond to every wreck thread they post in. I guess I should have the right to post my opinion about how negatively this reflects on the board, the attitude, and the person in pain who asked for support.

I'm certain you will agree that along with my opinion, I summed up the collection of many people who wrote similar responses - and certainly you wouldn't suppress that right?

And he may ignore my post too - that's ok with me too!

I think it's sour and just doesn't belong, and I think it's disrespectful to the group. If I ever wreck and die, I hope people don't pre-judge me and lambast my life choices all over the place, possibly never having known me. I hope that people will simply feel badly for me and my family and pray that everyone can have the strength to get past through the torture of a tragedy like this one.

It is simply not in anyone's best interest to act that way, regardless (that's my opinion again...) If he doesn't like it, then he can change the way he posts. Otherwise, how about the admins keeping this GREAT site focused on positive measured and helpful forum comments?
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