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Old 04-17-2009, 09:39 AM   #41
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wow. some priceless comment. good points... especially about how other riders might act... i guess i'll revaulate my position on this due to your great wisdom... :-)
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Old 04-17-2009, 01:13 PM   #42
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I grew up out in the country and even well into the '90s you'd raise a couple fingers off of the steering wheel in a wave at every truck you passed going in the other direction.

Miss those days. I go back now and habitually do it and only old ranchers ever remember to wave back.
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Old 04-17-2009, 01:19 PM   #43
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Don't hate me because I'm beautiful. I can't count how many times some jackass has come up while I'm filling up and said "Sweet bike! I used to have a CBR 750!"

"Yeah?! I used to fill up gas without assbags annoying the out of me!"


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I grew up out in the country and even well into the '90s you'd raise a couple fingers off of the steering wheel in a wave at every truck you passed going in the other direction.

Miss those days. I go back now and habitually do it and only old ranchers ever remember to wave back.
some still do it out in E TX, but only if you're driving a truck....save your energy if you're in a car and trying to wave to trucks. lol
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Old 04-17-2009, 11:59 PM   #44
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i almost thought it was me, i live near there and pass thru often and i have both a Suzuki jacket and icon field armor vest, but never once wore them at the same time so im in the clear. But ummmm how are u mad that someone didnt turn all the way around and give u their full attention, is he/she supposed to be checking their mirrors for a bike? if someone pulls up behind me and stays behind me then i figure they dont want to be bothered to begin with, and if u see me i suggest u dont attempt to do more than wave or nod b/c i am not pausing my music to hear mindless dribble sorry now i did have a guy at westheimer/westheimer pkwy see me and even backed his cruiser up next to me and i went ahead and paused it for him, i figured if he went thru all that then fck it ill give him a second lol

Gary u havent logged in to AIM in a min or what? i need your # again i lost my contacts my phone is fugged and i have to wait for a replacement, ummm Keith i dont even remember if i had yours but whenever u wanna hang out (and you're in the houston area ) just let me know

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Old 04-18-2009, 12:15 AM   #45
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I grew up out in the country and even well into the '90s you'd raise a couple fingers off of the steering wheel in a wave at every truck you passed going in the other direction.

Miss those days. I go back now and habitually do it and only old ranchers ever remember to wave back.
That's the first thing I noticed when I moved here from Jersey. It wasn't just trucks, but any country road with any type vehicle. I drove a car, and I'd get a wave hi. I was like "... you never get this kinda love in Joizee! WTF is goin' on?!"

No seriously... I thought it was pretty refreshing to see this kind of hospitality. Too bad those days are long gone, as road rage has taken its place.
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