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Old 05-10-2009, 10:06 PM   #21
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Old 05-10-2009, 10:11 PM   #22
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i never read things right... the man

and seriously? lol that sucks man. I was jealous with only a handful of bikes for the last 30-35 minutes. would have been a blast!
its cool we all do when we are trying to catch up and read 10 new posts to the subscribed thread. it just always amuses me that you get people on here that want your sympathy cuz they up. my bike got stolen only had liability or no insurance. i got a ticket cuz i was speeding. i dont secure my belongings and they got stolen out the back of my truck. my tailgate got stolen help me find it. (should have flipped the hinges) always want to shift the blame.
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its cool we all do when we are trying to catch up and read 10 new posts to the subscribed thread. it just always amuses me that you get people on here that want your sympathy cuz they up. my bike got stolen only had liability or no insurance. i got a ticket cuz i was speeding. i dont secure my belongings and they got stolen out the back of my truck. my tailgate got stolen help me find it. (should have flipped the hinges) always want to shift the blame.
Ok... so while we're on a responsibility kick. What about making informative statements when you don't 'know' wtf your talking about?

Yep... I'm tired and grumpy, btw thanks for the info Challen.
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yah my boss got busted for not wearing a helmet but he has everything but the blue sticker and the cop gave him a ticket, he got it dismissed
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Ok... so while we're on a responsibility kick. What about making informative statements when you don't 'know' wtf your talking about?

Yep... I'm tired and grumpy, btw thanks for the info Challen.
dont claim to know everything but im just saying. keeping your property yours starts with you. we live in a society where no one seems to respect anyone or their property anymore. wish people would accept that. there is alot of headaches that can be avoided with a few extra minutes of your time. no you just people in general. i check every door on my property before i go to sleep. that includes walk thru gates. cause all it takes is that one time.
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the wind makes my eyes water........ and i dont like bugs in my mouth.

plus i heard your less likely to brake your head with one on too
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dont claim to know everything but im just saying. keeping your property yours starts with you. we live in a society where no one seems to respect anyone or their property anymore. wish people would accept that. there is alot of headaches that can be avoided with a few extra minutes of your time. no you just people in general. i check every door on my property before i go to sleep. that includes walk thru gates. cause all it takes is that one time.
Sorry P, was a general comment.. not directed at anyone specific. Reading this, the levy thread/threads... Ghod the misinformation posted as 'fact'...
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by no means did i mean kill them just i see alot of threads about thieves and how they steal peoples hard earned things. i know sometimes there are extenuating (sp) circumstances. just wish people would secure thier things. just like money. you wouldnt leave that laying around. also not just here but all over people are stealing the gps units out of peoples cars. my dad has one so i know well that 3"x5" unit unclips and you can take it with you. but due to laziness they dont. so it gets stolen and they get mad. now you have to pay for a window and a new gps unit. you wouldnt leave 200 bucks on your dash now would you. and those 5hitbag people that shot that family should be hung. wish they would bring back public hangings.
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$10,000 med policy, that won,t even cover a simple fractured limb,much less a closed head injury.
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well im not sure if they can pull it up so dont be a fkn dumbass if you dont have one. you gonna go to work with no shoes? funny how people are. lets not wear a helmet so we can look cool, then when you get a ticket or you get in an accident and your family has to pull the plug.

I thought that I'd left my shoes in the truck overnight a few days ago and got up and went to work thinking they were on the floor of the truck.

Of course I got to work and put my socks on in the parking lot and found that my shoes were still at the house. That sucked.
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Old 05-11-2009, 02:24 PM   #32
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Old 05-11-2009, 02:33 PM   #33
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yeah i like his painted panties avatar. but i can see where the confusion is
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well it's that time again, noob and squid season. See it all day, sometimes lose count of how many people ride in shorts, tank top, no helmet, flip flops. I pray you get home safe, and trust me you really do not want to learn the hard way.
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You have to have EITHER $10,000 dedicated medical insurance OR an MSF certificate.

Either one will get you the exemption sticker for your license plate.

And get ready, you're going to see a lot more of this in the coming months.

If you don't want to wear a helmet, just pay the $5 and get the friggin sticker. Save the hassle.
$5. I know MSF costs more than $5 and I am betting the insurance costs a bit more too.
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wear a helmet ! the state is stupid for not making it the law. its the difference between life and death. sorry but i dont care if your fun or cool or what ever if your not wearing a lid your not riding with me or around me cause im not picking up your brains when u wreck.

on another note. IMO i think most people that dont wear gear are people that have never been down. let them hit the road and see if they like gear then.
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You should visit HDforums.com and read what they think about wearing helmets. Some of their logic behind not wearing helmets is just hilarious.

Helmets break your neck

You don't wear a helmet in a car and car wrecks kill far more people every year

I wear full leathers but no helmet - not to look cool - but because you're more likely to suffer road rash than a head injury in a bike crash

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man they are some retards. lets put them on a busa and let them loose on 3090
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This is America, people should have the right to choose...even if that choice ends up being stupid.
Agreed. It's not their right-to-choose that's so funny - it's their logic!
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