well i know that, but i always like to hear how these things happen so i can take precautions also, i am paranoid about my bike being stolen so i like to get an idea of how things happen. I don't mean any disrespect to him.Quik said:well sum it up it got stolen :asshole
OMFG! NetStalker! Yeah, it's me Snipes! Go fucking figure it would be a time like this to "run into each other". :assholeNetStalker said:sorry to hear that man.
On a Side note, you ever play Tribes?
I used to know a guy who used the same name, same age and lives in TN
It's a possibility and it has crossed my mind. There are only two people I call friends that I have brought to my house as I have never trusted anyone enough to bring anyone to my home. Only one of them has the balls and manpower to do something like this. But he's not so good with directions. But...ya never know. I'm off to file a police report now.Jester27 said:Is it possible the thieves knew you? If the dog didn't bark and raise hell, maybe the dog knew the person who took it? Sucks to suggest, but....
I thought the same thing. If your dog didn't bark then some one knew him, especially someone messing with an item the dog expects to be there.Jester27 said:Is it possible the thieves knew you? If the dog didn't bark and raise hell, maybe the dog knew the person who took it? Sucks to suggest, but....
cehowardrx7 said:Sorry about your lost, but just like I tell people that have crashed, Learn Something From Your Mistake.
IMO, leaving a late model sportbike out in the open is asking for it!! Just today, I was going to and outing, and my car is in the shop. They told me ride one of my bikes over. I told my friend to come pick me up, and I responded that I can't leave my bike in your driveway. They laughed at me. I don't park in parking lots, or leave my bike where I can't eyeball it. At home they are in the garage. If I didn't have a garage I would get a storage bin..
Not saying the thievies won't get me, I am just not going to make it easy for them.
Luck with your next 1000, and I hope you learned the lesson on leaving it in your driveway..
2001 GSX R1000
(63 & fast)