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Old 09-29-2009, 08:38 AM
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Originally Posted by maniac
my wife won't let me look at porn so I play spider solitaire :lol:
LMAO!!! Sure you do. :mrgreen:
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Old 09-29-2009, 08:42 AM
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Every once in awhile... I like to "allude the cops" on my scooter in the concrete jungle I live in... one alleyway at a time, one cop at a time. It is 42cc's of after-market adrenalin madness... oh yeah, the legacy lives on....
TOO FUNNY...THE DARK KNIGHT OF SCOOTERS HAS ARRIVED. :lol:
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Old 09-29-2009, 08:48 AM
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When I do get some free time it's either spent with my 2 little girls, or messin around with the car. I spend most of the time thru the week on here, instead working. There might be a little hardcore partying involved here and there. Nothing like a cold beer and a hot woman...the wife's hot too. :twisted:
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Old 09-29-2009, 09:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Rigsby
@ my son's Football practice, Daughters horse-back lessons, Son's Boy Scouts, kids kids kids kids.... do some hunting, some riding when possible.

Every once in awhile... I like to "allude the cops" on my scooter in the concrete jungle I live in... one alleyway at a time, one cop at a time. It is 42cc's of after-market adrenalin madness... oh yeah, the legacy lives on....

"Scooters Or Die"
keep both hands on the controls and the shiney side up! by the way, you have any pics of yourelf in those arm casts scooter?!?!?!?!?

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Old 09-29-2009, 10:37 AM
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Harb,

I really need to find some... I am sure I can dig up a pic or two just from work alone... man I caught a lot of crap for that one. Everyday there was a "Scooter" joke about me... it was hell really... they even put a fold up scooter in my office w/ ketchup all over it when I returned from the hospital... after that incident, I am sure I have broke more bones than Evil Kenevil has... which was 42. It was not just my arms, but one hand had several broken bones too. I am pretty sure that was the worst day of my humiliating life. Fla1976 is helping me go through the pic posting process & when I get some extra time, I will post my car & some Scooter pic's from my accident.
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Old 09-29-2009, 10:45 AM
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Rigs...

That was too funny. The visual of you swooping thru alleys looking over your shoulder at a blistering 20 mph made my day.
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Old 09-29-2009, 11:57 AM
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Hey Scoot,
We need to start a 'Scooter' Invitational Evasion contest complete with black and whites chasing the contestent with thier blue and reds flashing as the contestent scoots through a series of 'obstacles'..... !!.
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Old 09-29-2009, 05:09 PM
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Truthfully... in all seriousness, I am very retired.

I am 39 now. I was about 35 when it happened. My bones will never quite be the same... arthritis is already kicking in. I do not get out of bed the same. I payed DEARLY for that mistake. My right elbow pop's, I ache, & I am slower because of that stupid ordeal.

That scooter is the DEVIL. I should have never bought that thing for my kid. It makes for a hell of a story though. Scoot
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Old 09-30-2009, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Rigsby
Truthfully... in all seriousness, I am very retired.

I am 39 now. I was about 35 when it happened. My bones will never quite be the same... arthritis is already kicking in. I do not get out of bed the same. I payed DEARLY for that mistake. My right elbow pop's, I ache, & I am slower because of that stupid ordeal.

That scooter is the DEVIL. I should have never bought that thing for my kid. It makes for a hell of a story though. Scoot
Yeah... and you can bet your last dollar that story will be told long after your gone. A man can't make up a story like that! All seriousness though, you're a lucky guy. I had a good friend that almost died on one. The throttle stuck on him and he hit a brick wall at a Hardees goin full speed. He was in the hopital for several days over it.
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Old 09-30-2009, 03:50 PM
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Man, that is ugly (hitting the wall). Yeah, it was a series of bad choices in a short amount of time that lead to my demise that night. It was instinctual... I was w/ my childhood buddy who also bought one for his kid (scooter) & we ran from the law a few times together on dirt bikes when we were young. It was just like we were 15 again... crack the throttle & never look back... except we were on little scooters... not YZ80's. Anyways, it has to one of the worst life choices I have ever done.
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