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99R6 07-11-2003 02:27 PM

Re: PA Helmet Law Modified
 
You wanna sleep with Hillary dont ya?

sarnali 07-11-2003 04:05 PM

Re: PA Helmet Law Modified
 
I knew it, all that Utah John Birch 'nam vet stuff was a sham, he's really after ol' Hillary's drawers

seruzawa 07-11-2003 04:53 PM

Seruzawa's trigger finger gets itchy
 
scratch scratch

Hadji 07-11-2003 06:37 PM

Re: Let me handle this
 
That was my best attempt at a KPaul-ism. ;-)



Singles and Twins Forever!

dominatr37 07-12-2003 04:22 AM

Re:YOU miss the point
 
Where is there an 80 mph limit on 95?

dominatr37 07-12-2003 04:31 AM

Re: PA Helmet Law Modified
 
Very good point, Sarnali. While idiot kids on 600's and 1000's tend to smash themselves into brick walls wearing shorts, t-shirts and $400 helmets, while trying to emulate whatever idiot they were watching on their newest tape at home, there are lots more harley/cruiser guys out there who do the bar run thing, have little or no experience, and end up eating tree bark.

seruzawa 07-12-2003 01:49 PM

Re: Excellent Point
 
Well you should be worried. I'll bet there are at least 250-300 people out there gunning for you, considering your propensity for personal insults.

captainwhoopass 07-14-2003 07:33 AM

Re: PA Helmet Law Modified
 
Interesting. The only thing that made me cringe was the claim that there was no scientific evidence linking training to reduced crashes- I simply do not believe this. Either no one has done a competent study on this subject or the person who wrote this has their own pro-helmet law agenda to push and they don't want rider training used as an alternative argument to helmet laws.

rsheidler 07-14-2003 01:19 PM

Re: Dear clueless Neal
 
>>not a right it is privilege. It is not guaranteed by the constitution or any law<<



Are you saying that "rights" only exist if they are expressly granted in the constitution or by statute? If so, then where did Jefferson, Franklin et al get off in the preamble to the Declaration of Independance by referring to the "inalienable rights" of man?



By your logic, Sadam Hussein was clearly not guilty of any human rights violations as his alleged violations were not contrary to existing Iraqi law. For that matter, Hitler's death camps were scrupulously legal under German law, so I guess exterminating Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals, communists etc was not a violation of their rights either?



Bob

billyidol 07-15-2003 06:08 PM

Re: PA Helmet Law Modified
 
Okay so it is the middle aged returning rider "I am cool' idiots who die. Fatalities costs us all mucho insurance premiums. Since sport riders don't die as often....and if you wear a helmet we could get a discount. On a 125 Suzuki back in 1974 in Texas a basic Bell helmet saved my life and took 4 serious hits as I rolled along the road after a 40 mph accident. I would be toast without the helmet law that existed then. If a rode a cruiser today I would probably forget that fact...


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