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Old 02-14-2006, 03:13 PM   #41
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Please tell me there are not people out there saying your accident was YOUR fault? As far as I can tell, you were not in control of the speed or the driver. It seems to me you have a good attitude about the whole situation. Good for you!
how about personnal responsibility? was she not the one who decides what to wear when she went riding. chances are she wasn't forced on the bike?

dress for the crash, not the ride. irregardless if its 10mph or 120.
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how about personnal responsibility? was she not the one who decides what to wear when she went riding. chances are she wasn't forced on the bike?

dress for the crash, not the ride. irregardless if its 10mph or 120.
I agree with you about the gear but, to me, that's a pretty small contributing factor. I'm no expert but if she were to fall off at 10mph, she would not have sustained nearly as much damage. I've heard of leathers being mangled at 120+. They would have helped but no one can say how much in her situation.

I feel like the driver had blatant disregard for the safety of his passenger. How can anyone argue there?

"dress for the crash, not the ride." <--that's a good credo.
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"Quoted from her page

First of all, no one DESERVES to fall off a bike that fast, no matter how new they are to riding, stupid they are being on the bike, or whatever mistakes they are making at the time. What every fellow rider DESERVES is respect from you, from me, and from the rest of the sportbike world. I ask for nothing more than respect, it's not a huge request.

Secondly, whether or not you "believe" in the reasons I give for falling off that day, it happened. Call me stupid, call me a liar, call me whatever you want, but know that I am not some fictional character with photoshop and some artistic talent. The pain I felt was real. The time I spent in the hospital was real. The medical bills are real. Learning how to walk again, that was real. Don't undermine what happened to me just because you think I made a mistake as a passenger.

Third, learn from my MISTAKE. Wear your gear at all times, even if its to the wall hot outside and you are just going on a quick spin around the corner. Educate your fellow riders about the importance of full leathers, steel toe boots, and a proper helmet. We all were new to riding at one time or another, you all have been squids, everyone has been naiive to the facts at least once in thier lives. Don't call yourself special because you've been riding longer, help the newbies out and let them know what needs to be done as far as riding equpiment goes.

Whoever volunteered me to be the "dumbshit" spokesperson didn't think about the fact that I am a real person. It's easy to laugh at pictures of someone's injuries and think that it will never happen to you, but try visiting a skin graft patient with third degree burns in the hospital. Think about watching your daughter, friend, sister, mother, wife, girlfriend, neighbor, or co-worker struggling to sit up in bed by herself because of the pain she's feeling. Imagine hearing her cries while she's learning how to walk again.

Finally, please know that I do not take this lightly. This accident changed my life. I do not think I am special or cooler than anyone because of what I have gone through. I do think I am stronger because of it, in every way that a human being can gain strength. I am thankful for everyday that I am alive, and I will not waste my time feeling sorry for myself. I am better than all the jokes that have been made, all the that has been talked, and all the comebacks written to the posted pictures and comments....

This accident didn't break me, these forums will not break me.

If you know me personally, you know this: I am stronger than whatever you can throw at me, say to me, or laugh at me about. I will not let these forums be the last word. The way I live my life is daily proof that I am still here, and I'm not going anywhere, and you can't make me fall.

Yes, I took a huge risk, did something stupid, and learned my lesson. I got back up. I will always get back up, that is just who I am, and that's how it's going to be."

looks like she learned from her lesson.
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So you should take a minute to go to my page and read my response to EVERY sportbike forum that has my picturs and story all over it....

www.myspace.com/brit2morrow

Its the blog entitled: To all you sportbike forum people.

Its a good read, I promise.

And yes I am ok but not fully healed by any means. 3rd degree roadrash resulting in 9 debreedment (sandpapering out all the in the open wounds)and skin graft surguries takes about 18 months to fully heal. Hoorah.
r u the girl who had the accident? if so, u got an awesome spirit gurrl, keep it up . everybody makes mistakes, and accidents happen with everybody.. it is about coming out with a positive spirit!!!!

and yeah, dont think twice about what Racer X has to say, he is our resident cynic who forgot to say positive things when he was 3 years old!
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I don't think so....
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That's obvious but, do you take it in the ? :icon_bigg
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agreed...... With a spirit like hers I am sure we could show her a real hometown good time. .com has the hook-ups on the great eats and happenest clubs


Beautiful Girl and Thank ! you wore a Helmet and still wear a smile well....
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sorry not into blogs or myspace

? , what would have been the damage had you worn gear?
like any1 cold tell
2 many factors - use yer head

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"Quoted from her page

First of all, no one DESERVES to fall off a bike that fast, no matter how new they are to riding, stupid they are being on the bike, or whatever mistakes they are making at the time. What every fellow rider DESERVES is respect from you, from me, and from the rest of the sportbike world. I ask for nothing more than respect, it's not a huge request.

Secondly, whether or not you "believe" in the reasons I give for falling off that day, it happened. Call me stupid, call me a liar, call me whatever you want, but know that I am not some fictional character with photoshop and some artistic talent. The pain I felt was real. The time I spent in the hospital was real. The medical bills are real. Learning how to walk again, that was real. Don't undermine what happened to me just because you think I made a mistake as a passenger.

Third, learn from my MISTAKE. Wear your gear at all times, even if its to the wall hot outside and you are just going on a quick spin around the corner. Educate your fellow riders about the importance of full leathers, steel toe boots, and a proper helmet. We all were new to riding at one time or another, you all have been squids, everyone has been naiive to the facts at least once in thier lives. Don't call yourself special because you've been riding longer, help the newbies out and let them know what needs to be done as far as riding equpiment goes.

Whoever volunteered me to be the "dumbshit" spokesperson didn't think about the fact that I am a real person. It's easy to laugh at pictures of someone's injuries and think that it will never happen to you, but try visiting a skin graft patient with third degree burns in the hospital. Think about watching your daughter, friend, sister, mother, wife, girlfriend, neighbor, or co-worker struggling to sit up in bed by herself because of the pain she's feeling. Imagine hearing her cries while she's learning how to walk again.

Finally, please know that I do not take this lightly. This accident changed my life. I do not think I am special or cooler than anyone because of what I have gone through. I do think I am stronger because of it, in every way that a human being can gain strength. I am thankful for everyday that I am alive, and I will not waste my time feeling sorry for myself. I am better than all the jokes that have been made, all the that has been talked, and all the comebacks written to the posted pictures and comments....

This accident didn't break me, these forums will not break me.

If you know me personally, you know this: I am stronger than whatever you can throw at me, say to me, or laugh at me about. I will not let these forums be the last word. The way I live my life is daily proof that I am still here, and I'm not going anywhere, and you can't make me fall.

Yes, I took a huge risk, did something stupid, and learned my lesson. I got back up. I will always get back up, that is just who I am, and that's how it's going to be."

looks like she learned from her lesson.

WOW!! Outstanding post! I highly admire someone who can admit thier mistakes and learn from them. She has earned my respect and admiration.
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