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Old 03-23-2009, 08:18 PM   #41
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Old 03-23-2009, 08:20 PM   #42
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That used to me my motto. Now it is "That concrete sure is hard when you get old"
Grass/dirt don't feel to soft either......trust me.
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Old 03-23-2009, 08:31 PM   #43
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I didn't know Gryphin crashed....sucks to hear and hope he is okay.

and CDill, does this apply to the street or track or both? lol
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Good question. Ill have to think. Hmmmm...street only. Track is ok. Lol
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Old 03-23-2009, 08:44 PM   #45
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me personally i wouldnt post anyones wreck on here....but thats just me. i feel like they will post it when they want it posted or will tell someone its ok to post. wrecking happens to everyone or eventually will....some people dont want the attention from it be it positive or negative attention. they may just not care to hear what everyone thinks. thats their business.
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Old 03-23-2009, 08:46 PM   #46
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Good question. Ill have to think. Hmmmm...street only. Track is ok. Lol
I knew that was gonna be your answer. is it sunday yet?
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Old 03-23-2009, 08:48 PM   #47
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Old 03-23-2009, 09:24 PM   #48
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i agree mine was posted before i got home.......its cool though it reminded me of highschool.......plus it's really cool when people who weren't there have t to say about it........if u werent there and dont know what the u are talking about shut the and mind ur buisness.........just my 2 cents.....like the saying goes{ if people would mind the own fukn buisness the world would be a wonderful place to live}
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Please let me be the one to decide whether I want it posted on a message board.

And I said, "PLEASE."
OH NO!!!!!! I'm gonna post it all over !
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No one said you couldnt write about it. I would not even consider posting someone's personal business with out their expressed permission. I think it is just a moral thing.

Not that yours is right and mine is wrong. It's just that yours is yours and mine is mine.

I guess I was asking too much.

Personal business is shyte that happens behind closed doors. :-)
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While y'all at it, just don't post the RIP threads either. If someone wants you to the know that they are dead, then go buy a newspaper and read the obituaries.
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While y'all at it, just don't post the RIP threads either. If someone wants you to the know that they are dead, then go buy a newspaper and read the obituaries.
Or we can wait for you to post it, considering most of your post are around the unfortunate happenings to others.

BTW, have you wished a downed rider well yet?
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Old 03-24-2009, 08:27 AM   #55
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I wouldn't care. Everyone would eventually find out about it anyways and of course there will be the talkers. The thing with riding is that the bike is controlled by a human and humans make mistakes. You could be a noob or a very seasoned rider. But mistakes will happen.

I don't understand those who armchair quarterback it. Let the rider learn from the mistake without all the negative comments. I guess it makes some people feel better about themselves to judge other people's mistakes and a few have made it their internet career. As long as the person who wrecked accepts the responsibility, learns from the mistake and lives to ride another day, push it under the rug and move on.

Probably the number one reason I would want it posted would be so others could learn from it. It wouldn't matter if I died from it. I would want others to know what happened so hopefully it would help them. I know that several riders who have perished on MH the real reason behind the accident was never discussed. I think it's a shame because that knowledge could help someone in the future and save them, their families and friends a lot of grief. I heard the real reason behind one of the fatal accidents of a MH member that was never posted and I do think about it when that situation comes up.

So let this be my online Will. If anything ever happens, post up all the details. Those that learn from it. You're welcome, glad I could help.

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I wouldn't care. Everyone would eventually find out about it anyways and of course there will be the talkers. The thing with riding is that the bike is controlled by a human and humans make mistakes. You could be a noob or a very seasoned rider. But mistakes will happen.

I don't understand those who armchair quarterback it. Let the rider learn from the mistake without all the negative comments. I guess it makes some people feel better about themselves to judge other people's mistakes and a few have made it their internet career. As long as the person who wrecked accepts the responsibility, learns from the mistake and lives to ride another day, push it under the rug and move on.

Probably the number one reason I would want it posted would be so others could learn from it. It wouldn't matter if I died from it. I would want others to know what happened so hopefully it would help them. I know that several riders who have perished on MH the real reason behind the accident was never discussed. I think it's a shame because that knowledge could help someone in the future and save them, their families and friends a lot of grief. I heard the real reason behind one of the fatal accidents of a MH member that was never posted and I do think about it when that situation comes up.

So let this be my online Will. If anything ever happens, post up all the details. Those that learn from it. You're welcome, glad I could help.

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I can respect that Thomass. At least you have reasoning and you disagree with a good point.

It gets tough to debate views here sometimes. Especially when peeps just look to disagree for the sake of arguing, or they throw up a . I never understood the purpose of that. I guess I am too new to forums to understand the mentality behind all that.
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Old 03-24-2009, 08:36 AM   #57
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I wouldn't care. Everyone would eventually find out about it anyways and of course there will be the talkers. The thing with riding is that the bike is controlled by a human and humans make mistakes. You could be a noob or a very seasoned rider. But mistakes will happen.

I don't understand those who armchair quarterback it. Let the rider learn from the mistake without all the negative comments. I guess it makes some people feel better about themselves to judge other people's mistakes and a few have made it their internet career. As long as the person who wrecked accepts the responsibility, learns from the mistake and lives to ride another day, push it under the rug and move on.

Probably the number one reason I would want it posted would be so others could learn from it. It wouldn't matter if I died from it. I would want others to know what happened so hopefully it would help them. I know that several riders who have perished on MH the real reason behind the accident was never discussed. I think it's a shame because that knowledge could help someone in the future and save them, their families and friends a lot of grief. I heard the real reason behind one of the fatal accidents of a MH member that was never posted and I do think about it when that situation comes up.

So let this be my online Will. If anything ever happens, post up all the details. Those that learn from it. You're welcome, glad I could help.

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exactly you just said it with more words and a little more clarification than when i did
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I can respect that Thomass. At least you have reasoning and you disagree with a good point.

It gets tough to debate views here sometimes. Especially when peeps just look to disagree for the sake of arguing, or they throw up a . I never understood the purpose of that. I guess I am too new to forums to understand the mentality behind all that.
I'm a seasoned boarder. If you want me to take you under my wing I can.

It's the keyboard warrior mentality. 95% wouldn't say anything in person so saying it online in the comfy of their underwear makes them feel like a bad . It's entertaining to them to get a rise out of someone. Throw the bait out there and someone will bite. Then they get hours of enjoyment for free.
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Please let me be the one to decide whether I want it posted on a message board.

And I said, "PLEASE."
Who cares. We all crash. It'll give you something to read about while you are healing up.
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Old 03-24-2009, 09:00 AM   #60
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Maybe I sense that motives are not pure when it is posted. But ya know what, who cares. Y'all are right. Seriously, I dont give a . I have changed my view on this.
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