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Old 01-16-2008, 07:45 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Guitar Man View Post
Just started letting our kids ride. Wife and I looked at each other and came to the conclusion that accidents are a possibility and hopefully the kids won't get anything more than scrapes and bruises. He should make a full recovery.

I take enough beatting from my wife so sorry, your on your own.

As for the Beatings... You ain't seen nothin' yet!

Sorry about your son. I've seen my boy come off that bike so many times now I think he's made of rubber. Accidents happen. +1 on the "she'll be glad she has her boy" comment, broken knee and all. He'll be better before you know it!
Deal with it...
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