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Old 02-20-2009, 03:28 PM   #41
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I want to repost my comments in here so the proper people can see it......

For you guys that know codymac .... he does NOT have any broken bones, just road rash, and bruises! He is at home crying about his thrashed bike! And thanks to griff, hooligan, & Amanda for keeping the family informed and getting him to the hospital. I want to thank the "494" crew that came by in the early morn. hrs to check on him also!

I would also like to say let this be a lesson to people about wearing your gear. I've always stressed the importance of riding gear to Cody and his brother. I cannot put into words the feeling I had seeing my youngest nephew all jacked up in hospital from participating in a sport I helped introduce him to. But at the same time it was the gear I bought him that saved his life. It's kinda a bittersweet feeling in a way.

BTW......Cody, you owe me $500 for a new Arai helmet!
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Old 02-20-2009, 03:54 PM   #42
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Old 02-20-2009, 04:28 PM   #43
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I want to repost my comments in here so the proper people can see it......

For you guys that know codymac .... he does NOT have any broken bones, just road rash, and bruises! He is at home crying about his thrashed bike! And thanks to griff, hooligan, & Amanda for keeping the family informed and getting him to the hospital. I want to thank the "494" crew that came by in the early morn. hrs to check on him also!

I would also like to say let this be a lesson to people about wearing your gear. I've always stressed the importance of riding gear to Cody and his brother. I cannot put into words the feeling I had seeing my youngest nephew all jacked up in hospital from participating in a sport I helped introduce him to. But at the same time it was the gear I bought him that saved his life. It's kinda a bittersweet feeling in a way.

BTW......Cody, you owe me $500 for a new Arai helmet!
J/J.....The money/helmet is irrelevent!

+1 good to see family that cares.
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Old 02-22-2009, 09:40 PM   #44
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I want to repost my comments in here so the proper people can see it......

For you guys that know codymac .... he does NOT have any broken bones, just road rash, and bruises! He is at home crying about his thrashed bike! And thanks to griff, hooligan, & Amanda for keeping the family informed and getting him to the hospital. I want to thank the "494" crew that came by in the early morn. hrs to check on him also!

I would also like to say let this be a lesson to people about wearing your gear. I've always stressed the importance of riding gear to Cody and his brother. I cannot put into words the feeling I had seeing my youngest nephew all jacked up in hospital from participating in a sport I helped introduce him to. But at the same time it was the gear I bought him that saved his life. It's kinda a bittersweet feeling in a way.

BTW......Cody, you owe me $500 for a new Arai helmet!
J/J.....The money/helmet is irrelevent!
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We visited Cody yesterday and he seemed to be doing a little better and had a positive attitude. He looked pretty uncomfortable sitting there with all the rash on his legs. Hopefully he heals fast
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Old 02-22-2009, 10:54 PM   #45
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what's up, dude? I just have two questions/observations for you.
1. Where did the part of the story about an 18 wheeler come from? I don't remember that ever being mentioned before in previous thread, did you?

2. From the aerial shots of the accident site, did you notice those 2 white lines that had some diagonal white lines between them? They started a good way back before the curb thingy? Do you know what that striped up area is for???

PS. To all the haterz, I took your advice and got off the site the other day. Sure did, I got on a website, got me a ticket and got on a plane outta Houston and outta the country. Now I got my sitting on the beach watching hot chicks in bikinis and sipping on some drinks. Don't worry, will be back next weekend. Just a short break from riding.
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Old 02-22-2009, 11:11 PM   #46
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maybe he talks people when he is not on the site, and he got details from someone else
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