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Thread: M/C wreck in Tx.

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    Default M/C wreck in Tx.

    The driver was arrested and charged with 2 counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and faces 20years in prison

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    your business is your own SOUN1's Avatar
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    I bet "HE CARES NOW"!! what an *********!
    Never forget who help you.
    Never forgive who do you wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOUN1 View Post
    I bet "HE CARES NOW"!! what an *********!
    That driver is an idiot.
    Ride safe and Have a nice day!

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    Default Re: M/C wreck in Tx.

    I hear it all the time, people up here just love to complain about bikes on our mountain roads. I once had a discussion with a guy who said he likes to brake check riders that tailgate too closely. I mentioned that doing such things could endanger the rider/passenger, and how would he feel if his actions ending someone's life. He said he didn't care... Sure sounds tough to say that now, but I think most would feel different if that day ever came.

    There is a huge difference between breaking the law, and taking the law into your own hands and nearly killing someone for doing something you may have done yourself once or twice in your lifetime. It amazes me how these idiots try to fool themselves that what they do is okay, risking someone's life for what would simply be a minor driving infraction.

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