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Old 08-29-2010, 08:39 PM   #21
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So sad. Just seeing his picture really bums me out. Someone I know just lost a child last week. like this scares the out of you as a parent.
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Old 08-29-2010, 08:42 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by eltejano View Post
So sad. Just seeing his picture really bums me out. Someone I know just lost a child last week. like this scares the out of you as a parent.
But it really shouldn't. My 11 y/o completely understands how fragile life
truely is. It's ment to live. That boy had a gift and his parents allowed him
the opportunity to use it.

It's not sad that he died doing what he loved, it'd be sad if he died in a
school bus accident caused by some jack running from the PD because
they didn't want to take responsability for breaking a law.

Sad is children who go unloved, abused and neglected.
I don't know him or his parents but I assure you
he was very loved to be allowed to live life.

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Old 08-29-2010, 09:22 PM   #24
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^^ it's hard to argue with that.

but i see both sides of the argument. He was just a young teen, had so much more to look forward to in life in / out side the world of racing.

but i'm sure there are multiple deaths/ bad injuries in pee wee football, moto x, etc. that little tykes participate in every year.

everything in life is a calculated risk. sux this kids didn't get to live more of it
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Originally Posted by eltejano View Post
What the . Thats why my kid will never ride a bike til he is older. this .
Sad that he's gone, because the world could have seen possibly the best at moto sports. But he did what most people can never figure out in a life time. He was doing what he loved. If my daughter was in to racing and wanted race, I'd sell a left nut trying to make it happen for her. As long as she follows her dreams (as long as they aren't like "I want to be the biggest crack the world has ever seen.
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I have been following his career in RRW's regularly featured "Racing a Moriwaki MD 250H" articles.....just read the most recent excerpt last night before turning in.

T&P for his family and friends.
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Tragic loss....GodSpeed
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