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Old 05-04-2008, 08:52 AM   #41
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and for your 411, yes my writing is a lil jumbled, for the simple reason that i did get out of the hospital less than 2 days ago from my bike wreck, collapsed lung, separated shoulder, broke ribs, so the meds do tend to do that too ya.
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Old 05-04-2008, 10:01 AM   #42
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i speak in riddles at times, you have to read between the lines. i like to see what others do who dont take in all the info before jumpin to conclusions, showed me alot. i guess you can say it weeded out alot of the bs. but anyway, ive noticed local riders, just like this site, are more of followers, and no one really stands up and takes charge. thats wherein the delimma lies, everyone is quick to jump on the wagon and trash someone, than to speak out and get to the bottom of the situation. i kno at times i can be a lil extreme, but i have found that to make changes, sometimes you have to step out of the box to get peoples attention. this really has become ridiculous, when i wrote this, i did write it in anger for the simple reason that i had just read about multiple other riders down in one day, then i get a phone call. the reason we keep finding ourselves in this situation is cause its easier to to follow the heard, but isnt that what lead to the extinction of the dinosaurs.
uuuuuuuh, what? what is this heard youre talking about? bro youre not making any sense. looks to me like youre trying to justify blaming everything on cagers instead of taking control of your own anger management issues and accept that its awareness that will keep us alive. i ride defenesively on the street, anticipate what cagers will do, and have become almost psychic because of it as have just about every other rider ive ever ridden with. if thats the "heard" youre talking about, then yes im a follower. i for one love going home at the end of the day to see my family.

you mentioned that "everyone is quick to trash someone", but have yet to give any evidence that it was the cagers fault in this crash, yet YOU went on the "trash the cager" bandwagon. pot call the kettle black much? and the gun comment? dont play the ol "read between the lines cuz i talk in riddles and it was just a metaphor" nonsense. you meant every word you said at the time you typed that out of anger, thats what this whole argument is about. when bandit gave the idea that it may be a metaphor, you were like "woo hoo, theres my excuse out of this mess". we are all one family, or if you like to call it, heard, and have all been through this from time to time. but if you really have the anger management issues that you portray yourself to have, i dont know many peeps that would want to ride with you for risk of their own safety. if not, welcome to the heard.


btw, how ya holdin up? saw somewhere youre looking at another bike? whats the deal on that?
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and for your 411, yes my writing is a lil jumbled, for the simple reason that i did get out of the hospital less than 2 days ago from my bike wreck, collapsed lung, separated shoulder, broke ribs, so the meds do tend to do that too ya.
seriously glad you lived through it, some dont as you know.
now that the bones are fixed, hows about that brain scan?
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what are you gonna get one of those guns that pops out from under your sleeve? cause it be kinda hard to pull that out and work the throttle at the same time unless you got mad skills!
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i speak in riddles at times, you have to read between the lines. i like to see what others do who dont take in all the info before jumpin to conclusions, showed me alot. i guess you can say it weeded out alot of the bs. but anyway, ive noticed local riders, just like this site, are more of followers, and no one really stands up and takes charge. thats wherein the delimma lies, everyone is quick to jump on the wagon and trash someone, than to speak out and get to the bottom of the situation. i kno at times i can be a lil extreme, but i have found that to make changes, sometimes you have to step out of the box to get peoples attention. this really has become ridiculous, when i wrote this, i did write it in anger for the simple reason that i had just read about multiple other riders down in one day, then i get a phone call. the reason we keep finding ourselves in this situation is cause its easier to to follow the heard, but isnt that what lead to the extinction of the dinosaurs.
complete cognitive failure riddler. but maybe my rhyme busting skills can prevent me from going full-on dinosaur...

"I go strapped when I ride
I wasn't safe but I tried
That cager he lied
Another biker just died
I think my brain is just fried
my fat wheelie they spied
nobody here on my side
this beef jerky is too dried
sometimes my riddles collide
I got a right turn from Clyde
in my right eye I just cried
my new dog can't divide
I won't take it in stride
my tongue is too wide
for young lesbians to ride
I got so much pride
I'm here as your guide
you sheeps go and hide
but I try to decide
but in court they replied
I got to stay inside."




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Old 05-04-2008, 12:52 PM   #46
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complete cognitive failure riddler. but maybe my rhyme busting skills can prevent me from going full-on dinosaur...

"I go strapped when I ride
I wasn't safe but I tried
That cager he lied
Another biker just died
I think my brain is just fried
my fat wheelie they spied
nobody here on my side
this beef jerky is too dried
sometimes my riddles collide
I got a right turn from Clyde
in my right eye I just cried
my new dog can't divide
I won't take it in stride
my tongue is too wide
for young lesbians to ride
I got so much pride
I'm here as your guide
you sheeps go and hide
but I try to decide
but in court they replied
I got to stay inside."




oops pow surprise!
werd to ya .
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^^^ hhahahahaha right turn from Clyde ! I remember where that came from.

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Old 05-04-2008, 06:48 PM   #49
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complete cognitive failure riddler. but maybe my rhyme busting skills can prevent me from going full-on dinosaur...

"I go strapped when I ride
I wasn't safe but I tried
That cager he lied
Another biker just died
I think my brain is just fried
my fat wheelie they spied
nobody here on my side
this beef jerky is too dried
sometimes my riddles collide
I got a right turn from Clyde
in my right eye I just cried
my new dog can't divide
I won't take it in stride
my tongue is too wide
for young lesbians to ride
I got so much pride
I'm here as your guide
you sheeps go and hide
but I try to decide
but in court they replied
I got to stay inside."




oops pow surprise!
oops pow surprise...that may be one of the funniest things I've read on hear in a while
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^^^ hhahahahaha right turn from Clyde ! I remember where that came from.

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it was great. you loved it.
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about the actual thread...if someone intentionally tries to hit me, costs them exactly one side mirror. Guns are too hard to use while riding, too difficult to reholster...may I suggest an old crown royal bag (won't scratch the paint) filled with D batteries...
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i speak in riddles at times, you have to read between the lines.

Ummm, looks more like illiterate gibberish to me but then again it could just be a reading comprehension problem.

Your elementary school English teach must be using your sentence "structure" (liberal translation) as an example of how badly the English language can be butchered.

Now, what message were you trying to convey again?
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further proof that my idea to mount a gun on my bike was a good idea!
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further proof that my idea to mount a gun on my bike was a good idea!

whoah whoah whoah. if he was talking about mounting a couple of turrets to the bike, im all for that! you wouldnt even have to keep it loaded, just make sure its visible.
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maybe, just maybe, if you're rockin a 91' yammie the cagers' ain't your first concern.
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what the is that all about?
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whoah whoah whoah. if he was talking about mounting a couple of turrets to the bike, im all for that! you wouldnt even have to keep it loaded, just make sure its visible.
yeah! just make sure you let them see you aiming for em and they should back off...mount a .50 cal!
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