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  1. Good for you sir .I bet they won't do that for a while (I also have ccw here) Wish society was not so crimnally inclined . But that will never be till Jesus comes again !

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  3. How true! Why can't people be nice . Don't they have anything else to do ? I have been thinking of the bulling thing a lot . They were bad in highschool . I heard the Marines straightened a couple of them before Viet Nam . That showed them what tough was ! I heard one of them droped before Nam . I'm sure he does not know I know that 38 years later . I still know his name . I fought him in highschool . I did not hide. He got all he asked for NEVER SUBMINT!!! God Bless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomboy007 View Post
    My point is, when there is nothing left to lose, then you do whatever you can to end the threat, be it bluff, run, or scratch and bite. You already know the old saw about there being no such thing as a fair fight.
    Boomer, looking back in retrospect - as they say - I do believe you're right. Thanks for reminding me.
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    A bicycle touring friend of mine told me of an incident in Georgia (IIRC) on a nice country road where a woman hit him as she passed (Failure to yield right of way), scratching her passenger door with his pedal. She did not stop to see if he was injured (Leaving the scene of an accident with injuries). After my friend brushed himself off and made sure that nothing was seriously damaged, he continued his ride.
    About 2 miles later, he saw the woman trying to wave him into the parking lot where she was examining her damages and talking on her cell phone. She told him she had called the police and wanted him to stick around. She had called the police because He damaged HER car.

    Anyone want to guess how this turned out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MI .45 View Post
    Ringo - nice looking bike![/QUOTE]

    Thanks M1, shes real fast too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    A bicycle touring friend of mine told me of an incident in Georgia (IIRC) on a nice country road where a woman hit him as she passed (Failure to yield right of way), scratching her passenger door with his pedal. She did not stop to see if he was injured (Leaving the scene of an accident with injuries). After my friend brushed himself off and made sure that nothing was seriously damaged, he continued his ride.
    About 2 miles later, he saw the woman trying to wave him into the parking lot where she was examining her damages and talking on her cell phone. She told him she had called the police and wanted him to stick around. She had called the police because He damaged HER car.

    Anyone want to guess how this turned out?
    LOL... I'm going to guess that she was charged with "leaving the scene of an accident with injuries" and was cuffed, Mirandized and put in the back of the squad car And her precious car impounded

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    "You are on a bike, they are in a car. That kind of behavior is lethal force folks."

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    A very interesting take on the subject. I agree with you totally, and would go even farther. Even if it is aggression against another vehicle, I think it's use of deadly force. If a car gets side-swiped, and it runs into the ditch and turns over,maybe throwing out the driver or passenger, where they could be run over by someone else and killed, THAT ACT isn't reckless driving. It's pre-meditated attempted murder!

    Cops need to stop playing pansy with bad or aggressive driving. It's dangerous and people get injured and killed because folks aren't paying attention while driving, ad sometimes their actions cause loss of life. The courts need to back up the officers also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glockster20 View Post
    LOL... I'm going to guess that she was charged with "leaving the scene of an accident with injuries" and was cuffed, Mirandized and put in the back of the squad car And her precious car impounded
    She also had that little civil suit for the bike repair, new paint and replace all parts with new 'road rash".

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    Remember to have the kick-stand down and the bike in neutral ! I've had the same thing happen (someone gets out of the car ).NOT a smart thing for them... I wasn't licensed then... but still a dumb thing to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
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    I don't think you look mean...but I sure am glad that you're on my "Friends List" and vice versa. Bet your wife feels very safe by your side.

    That sure is a beautiful bike!!!
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