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zarn02 01-26-2006 09:41 AM

Re: Motorcycle accident victim feels lucky to be alive.
 
wow.



uhm... wear your gear and hope god likes you?

cls 01-26-2006 09:53 AM

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You choose your level of risk every day in life. Choose wisely and be ready to go when your time comes.

sarnali 01-26-2006 10:09 AM

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We all make stupid mistakes, this guy is paying a pretty high price for one. He's lucky to be alive.

jstern02 01-26-2006 10:17 AM

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Why did God put him in the path of an oncoming truck in the first place? I think that's a sign God was trying to kill him. His aim was just off that day.

Buzglyd 01-26-2006 10:19 AM

All I can say is.......
 
Huzzah!

Tigercub 01-26-2006 11:05 AM

Re: Motorcycle accident victim feels lucky to be alive.
 
OK class. The moral of this story is...?



a. Always wear your protective gear.

b. Look before you pass a slow moving vehicle.

c. Never ride a Triumph motorcycle.

d. Do not attend motorcycle shows with your family.

e. You get second chances in life.

F. Always be happy.

Buzglyd 01-26-2006 11:18 AM

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G. Stay away from those Renaissance Fair freaks!

mscuddy 01-26-2006 11:19 AM

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"The guy's got a lot of fundamental integrity and moral strength. Not everybody has that."



Had a ****er Spaniel like that once...

ddlewis 01-26-2006 11:25 AM

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Misc Thankfully this young character is still alive and ultimately doing well, but beyond that it's hard for me to have much empathy for the dude. Read on and you'll see what I'm talking about.--Pete




I have empathy. One moment of inattention cost him 2 limbs. Haven't we all had a distracted moment when things could have gone bad, but luckily didn't?



He seems to have a great attitude and strong will to live.. good on ya kid!

naco_traficante 01-26-2006 11:32 AM

probably not his first accident ?
 
I believe in wearing gear all the time, but nothing is gonna save you if you collide with anything head-on at highway speeds. He needed more caution but caution usually comes from living thru lesser accidents and reflecting later on what went wrong. I wish him well.


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