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Old 08-21-2008, 05:35 PM   #1
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Motorcycle Parking @ Work

We had a safety meeting today and I brought up that it is unsafe for us motor-bike guys to park with these motor-cagers... I had a fat(300+lbs) say I don't care I don't own a motorcycle. Then he said how is that a safety issue.

What are some reasons to have motorcycle parking @ work
1. So fat bastards have to walk further to get to the front door. F@T @$$
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Old 08-21-2008, 05:38 PM   #2
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2. So everyone can see your badass bike of course!!!!
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it would save parking space by having all of the bikes park together.
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9 times out of 10 if you park a bike in a normal spot two big trucks park on each side of it and some idiot pulls in and isint paying any attention and slams into your bike.. not to mention there's always some extra room up front they arnt using you can make MC parking
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parking in front could lower bike theft
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It will save someone from having to pay to fix your bike when they are running late a swing into a parking spot between two big trucks and nail your bike cause they didnt see it and thought the spot was empty
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9 times out of 10 if you park a bike in a normal spot two big trucks park on each side of it and some idiot pulls in and isint paying any attention and slams into your bike.. not to mention there's always some extra room up front they arnt using you can make MC parking
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It makes it easier for thieves that are shopping for a bike to steal with them all in one convienent place. lol
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All good I'm going to type an email up to the unsafe-ty department and use these reason...
Keep them coming the more the better.
I'm here at work still and that fat dude is still trying to say it shouldn't matter bike, truck, car or bus... Dumb a$$ people just don't know when to shut it!
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it's a safety issue for anyone that might accidently run into your bike...

might be looking down the end of a barrel...
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It will save someone from having to pay to fix your bike when they are running late a swing into a parking spot between two big trucks and nail your bike cause they didnt see it and thought the spot was empty
And if you are still on it then you get hit too....there tell fat a$$ if you get run over cause he is double fistin egg mcmuffins and didn't see you when he swung into a spot that motorcycle parking would prevent you from gettin hit and him from dropping his breakfast....or squirting jelly from his doughnuts on his shirt...whatever it is he is eating that mornin
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We have bike designated parking at my plant complete with diamond plate inserts in the concrete to keep your sidestand from sinking in the pavement.
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2. So everyone can see your badass bike of course!!!!
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Another thing is, how many ride at your work? We had the same bull here at our plant. The old guys asked what made us important enought to have to park up front. Why do you all have to park up front? We got all the people that ride to sign a petition and put in there it is safer because the gaurds can see them and theifs will not be tempted. Someone nopt payign attention like stated earlier, creates more parking for vehicles if we only used 4 spots and moved the parkign blocks up 2 feet, it created more parking for the old timers. They bought it and now we have bike parkiing only. Hope everything works out in OUR direction bro


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We have bike designated parking at my plant complete with diamond plate inserts in the concrete to keep your sidestand from sinking in the pavement.
what plant you at. Im at Shell in Deer Park
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what plant you at. Im at Shell in Deer Park
My dad works out there...I believe he is technically Hexion though. Not sure how that works, but apparently its part of shell. Been trying to get him to get a cruiser or something, its a good distance drive to work for him and gas prices eating him up with his V8.
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I work for Hexion...LMAO
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I work for Hexion...LMAO
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Well see, there is another reason he needs to get a bike, up front parking
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LOL yes...... we have i think 24 people here that ride already. we have our parking right in from of the guard shack
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we have i think 24 ppl here that ride.....
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