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dang that is a really sad story.. i hope the person in that nissian get what come to them... loooonnnggg suffering death, i bet they never even though twice about what they did... fell so sorry for the kid and his family. all this cause a stupid cager that was probally drunk.
 

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Yeah, that was one of those stories that just kinda tears at the heart.
 

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I feel sorry for him, and although we have no idea whether the other driver was drunk or not, I must say that I have no remorse for those who drive drunk.

My grandparents were both killed by a drunk driver. If I ever see someone driving drunk, it will be very hard for me to not yank them out of the car and beat them to death...
 

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this is very much so a tragedy, i feel much remorse for the son/family of this man, for the most part i remain the quiet observer in this forum being such a new guy and all but i just have to comment on the last post by stang man. i cant understand how you can take death so light heartidly, im sorry if you lost your grandparents, hell i may even feel the same way, but ive seen other posts, and it just seems like you think of life as a video game, thinking there is a replay button. i dont get it. killing a human? would you go that far? i sure hope not, i jsut wonder what sort of rider you are. just my 2 toonies worth
 

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We all sit in here and flame each other for wanting to do this or that to our bikes or asking stupid questions. Then you read something like that and you realize that it just doesn't matter in the long run and you had better just enjoy youself. Stories like that put things into their proper perspective don't they?

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Life is not something to be messed with. Too many people in this world have yet to realize this, I wish somehow this could be taught in school, but it's something that just has to be experienced, to learn from it. That's what we should all do, the accident was obviously not his fault, not to let the "gear monster" come out again, but if he had been wearing gear, it's a good bet he wouldn't have ended up near as bad in the wreck. The broken wrist, and other broken bones probably couldn't have been helped too much though, I know that from experience, appendages are expendable in this sport.

I just hope someone learns from this, and decides they aren't invincible, and maybe decides to better prepare themselves for the inevitable, a crash.
 

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Sad story...kind of hits home since he was a local guy.
 
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