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    road rage

    i was coming back from out of town and cut off a biker i realy did
    not see, he gave me the bird and i tried to wave at him to tell him
    i was sorry, he gave me the bird again and told me to pull over,
    well the second bird did get my attention, and he then banged on
    my car so i pulled in a mall and he parked his harley and got off,
    he had all the biker look, leather, bandana, bald, tatoos. he must
    have thought i was a little guy in my 4 banger because when i got
    my 6'2" 250lb body out of the car, the guy looked at me and frowned
    and said he thought i was someone else, and hauled butt, ha ha
    i was just going to say i did not see him, but just because you
    have a harley, that does not make you tough, horse power makes
    you tough :lol: :lol: 8)

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    LMAO!!! Now that was good... man, don't judge a guy by his size either, that can back fire too. Good story!!

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    well i have taken karate for 15 yrs at first for self defense but now
    at 46, for health, keeps you flexable, and you learn not to get in
    fights, to try and keep the peace, i know i could have put a hurtin
    on that guy, but that invites more trouble, keep the peace with
    your brother and sisters cause dad is whatching 8)
    and putting together a bbc is like meditation :wink:

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    Bullets trump punches leg kicks. :?

    too many nuts out there to risk a confrontation like that. Last week I heard on radio a very similar story with a biker and a woman...as the bikere walked toward the ladies car she shot him in the chest. She was not charged because it was ruled self defense...he was approaching her and she said she feared for her life. She had a permit for gun and she never got out of car.

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    yea, thats why trying to avoid violence is king, and yea the dam bullet
    when aimed will find its target and no kick will stop, no like the movies :wink:

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    you big bully :lol: i like to see that guys face opps ops:

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    Amen gentelmen... however when in the "heat of moment" these kinds of situations can escalate to bigger levels of violence... peace is king & the king is all about peace. Be slow to anger, quick to listen. I know God has taught me a few lessons about this, luckily I have kept my life.

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    the experience comes with age, and yes, there have been many
    lessons that you don't want to cross again, peace is king, and
    instead of violence we should spread the lords word, and then
    burn some rubber :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rigsby
    . . Be slow to anger, quick to listen.
    I dare some tough guy to walk up to my vehicle while I'm still in it....lol

    I'll run his ass over. :lol:

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    he wasnt a biker. just because you ride a bike dont make you a biker. its a way at looking at the world around you, its a lifestyle.a action and reaction.im 52 and been a biker most of my life. if you had run into a biker or worse a patch holder, things would have turned out a lot different. ive known a lot of patch holders over the years,( club members). been one a long time ago. them boys are a very violent breed.they would kill for the club or even any sign of disrespect.im really glad things went good this time but please listen to me on this one i do know what im talking about,dont ever pull over when something like this happens.he could have pulled a peice out and sent a bullet your way and its all over. no more wife kids grandkids, nothing for ever dead is dead. you aint coming back. and for what?it just aint worth it.-i sure you can take care of yourself but 6 2 and all the karate in the would aint gonna stop no bullet so dont let yourself get in a situation like that.i know you all think this is funny but do you really realize what could have happened.i do i have kick in a fender or door in my day all the while armed to the teeth. (THIS IS SOMETHING I SURE AINT PROUD OF) now i dont mean ant disrespect but this is something im very touchy about and thats the excuse" i didnt see him" 3 yrs ago i had a old woman make a left in front of me.we tangled and i died twice that morning. once in the street and once in the helicopter. a month in a coma a month in a nursing home and 6 months ina hospital bed in my own house 5 months with a walker and still using a cane constant pain, brain damage. its affected my marriage, my kids and the rest of the people i know. now i HAVE TO USE NARCOTICS every 6 hrs for the rest of my life. i have to let my son run our custom shop.she ruined my life and she didnt even get a ticket because"SHE DIDNT SEE ME" if people cant see a bike how are they gonna se a little kid in the road?im sorry but i had to let this out. i dont want to make any enemies over this ive made more than enough over the years. so please be careful and watch for the bikes.they are every where really alot now with the price of gas.


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