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Old 06-15-2009, 03:44 PM   #41
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poor kids my prayers to the family
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Old 06-15-2009, 03:53 PM   #42
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My prayers are with the family and the children. It is so sad that they will never really know their parents. They were so young and it is so tragic.
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Old 06-15-2009, 04:00 PM   #43
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i fell bad for the kids 6 months and you take a long trip like that no good
i started to quote many of you who commented....many comments were not true. many comments were assumptions you made based perhaps on your own experiences of rides you went on. Perhaps you have at some point gone too fast because perhaps you felt pressure to keep up. there were several comments made by you riders that were not true at all of the circumstances of that particular ride and that day that couple or that road. I appreciate all who have said prayers for those effected by this tragedy. I only hope that those of you assuming and talking about something you dont know of please stop. please keep an open mind - not all rides are a race. not all rides are fast paced, not all rides push riders too far. not all groups pressure folks to ride in a way they aren't comfortable with. dont assume you know the experience level of this rider or anything else about them. please take all precautions you can to ensure your safety and the safety of others you ride with. limit the variables. stop assuming you know everything or anything about this. keep riding. ride safe.
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Old 06-15-2009, 04:43 PM   #44
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Age 23, both parents on a bike, young kids at home.

If you are saying to yourself, "It could have been me and how would my kids be taken care of?", then go buy $500,000 of life insurance for you and your spouse. It'll cost you about $25 a month each. If you go early, like these young parents, your kids will benefit from your generosity and always know you cared about them.

I'm 38, carry $1.5 million in term life insurance, it costs me about $90 a month. I have peace of mind that if I die on a bike, or a heart attack, my wife get a half mil, my kids a half mil, my folks a half mil. I keep it spread and it goes into trusts so no one (boyfriend, scumbag, con artist) can get it out of my wife. The kids will have enough money to pay for all that life could ever throw at em until they support themselves, my parents get to pay off all their debts and live a good life, and my wife will be free and clear with plenty of money to not ever have to work again, unless she chooses to.

I sleep at night, very well thank you. It costs me each month, but it's worth the peace of mind. Do you?
i would look over your policy very very carefully because the majority of life insurance policies i have seen/heard of, do not cover death while doing dangerous activities, many include riding a motorcycle in their dangerous activities exclusions clause.
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Old 06-15-2009, 04:48 PM   #45
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i would look over your policy very very carefully because the majority of life insurance policies i have seen/heard of, do not cover death while doing dangerous activities, many include riding a motorcycle in their dangerous activities exclusions clause.
if it is not excluded specifically, then it is included. That is the general rule of thumb and the route any attorney would take again the carrier if a claim was denied.

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