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post #1 of 50 Old 09-14-2009, 01:14 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 50 Old 09-14-2009, 01:17 PM
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WOW! those people need gear

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What, you don't like her sneakers?

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Man.. what is up with the gear Nazis? Seems like any time there is a picture posted, on any of the forums I read/post, of someone and they aren't wearing the party approved gear while riding, someone always has to make a comment about the lack of gear. WTF is that all about? Like this douche nozzle here in Post # 12

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I was mearly speaking as someone who's had his hide (and teeth and ankles) saved by the simple use of a full face helmet and boots and gloves.
The Nazi reference is a little uncalled for, the last i checked I was free to speak my opinion.

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I was mearly speaking as someone who's had his hide (and teeth and ankles) saved by the simple use of a full face helmet and boots and gloves.
The Nazi reference is a little uncalled for, the last i checked I was free to speak my opinion.

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The Nazi reference is a little uncalled for, the last i checked I was free to speak my opinion.
I think it's just a figure of speech. Things come across very literally across the web even when they are said with much less force intended.

For example, we have a lady who rides around in a little three wheel vehicle in town giving everyone tickets. Many people call her the parking Nazi. Is she really a Nazi? No, but she is quick on the draw and if you are parked over the time limit by just a couple of minutes, she will give you a ticket.

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Back on topic...it looks like that thing just rolled off the showroom floor. Look at the headers.

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Back on topic...it looks like that thing just rolled off the showroom floor. Look at the headers.
I thought the same thing! I need to get out the 600 grit and work on my 16,000-mile header...

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I don't think either of them have any teeth. Do they call their bike a mime-ome-mimeż

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I think it's just a figure of speech. Things come across very literally across the web even when they are said with much less force intended.
Yeah.. it's totally just a figure of speech. I was referencing a post where I made fun of some dudes street racing in flip-flops. the pic is no longer there, which is too bad cuz it was hella funny, but my comment is still there.

cmurphy84, thanks for pointing out the absence of "force". None intended, anyway.

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Sorry if I over-reacted, it just struck a nerve and I really don'y know why.

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What, you don't like her sneakers?
Are you sure???

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Are you sure???
Sorry, no I am not sure. I was guessing from the ladies cut jacket and the pink on the sneakers.....this isn't you is it?


If I knew, I would have re-phrased my question....

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Sorry, no I am not sure. I was guessing from the ladies cut jacket and the pink on the sneakers.....this isn't you is it?


If I knew, I would have re-phrased my question....




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I'm not sure of either of their genders.

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C'mon. He's going around the famous killboy corner not even leaned over. If they ride that slowly, I don't see a need for a whole lotta gear. Can't be going over 15 mph.

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I've seen some pretty ugly ankle injuries from sliding under a motorcycle at about 15mph with sneakers on!

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Man.. what is up with the gear Nazis? Seems like any time there is a picture posted, on any of the forums I read/post, of someone and they aren't wearing the party approved gear while riding, someone always has to make a comment about the lack of gear. WTF is that all about? Like this douche nozzle here in Post # 12
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Man.. what is up with the gear Nazis? Seems like any time there is a picture posted, on any of the forums I read/post, of someone and they aren't wearing the party approved gear while riding, someone always has to make a comment about the lack of gear. WTF is that all about? Like this douche nozzle here in Post # 12
Well, some people like to look pretty when they ride.

My daughter is in High School, she is the same way, not as bad as some of her friends though.

Someone once said "There is a reason gear and queer rythme" but I'm not sure I'd go that far.

There is one guy I know in St. Louis who is so into his gear, I sometimes wonder if he is a closet - uh, never mind.

Whatever, you know, I wear a jacket every once and a while, but generally, I am not into the safety gear that much.

Some people really need it, seriously, I've seen how a lot of people ride, they need it - and more.

Now, they hard core Harley lifestylers and all their leather gear, well, most of that is so lame I do not even know where to start - but then again, most of them are such pathetic riders, they need it the most.

And that leather, all that safety gear, probably goes a long way to protecting those with really thin skin

Now, I'll probably wear my bug encrusted Joe Rocker jacket this weekend, I am going several hundred miles.

And I'll be wearing my hundred year old Shoei that has been dropped more times than I can remember, and who's shield is almost impossible to see though - I could use a new helmet, I guess.

And if I had a nice pair of Kelvar jeans, I'd probably wear them.

I'm rambling, wear whatever you want, ride whatever you want, just do not try and tell me what to do, OK?


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The reason why I care what you, and others, wear is that it impacts my taxes and motorcycle insurance. If everyone that wears little or no gear doesn't have motorcycle insurance (so won't be making any claims) and is rich enough to pay the medical bills out of their pocket (no insurance claims), then I say let Darwin be the winner. I would like to say my caring goes deeper on this matter, but it doesn't. Because, people should be allowed to make personal decisions if those decisions don't have a negative impact on others.

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Thought I'd start a 919 spottings on Killboy thread.
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I was damn glad I had my full gear on when I picked myself up off the road after wrecking my Triumph. I was just going across town to get my hair cut. I had no road rash, my helmet saved my noggin' and my steel toed boot had a cut in the toe all the way through the leather. Of course, I did break my shoulder but 5 days later I went & bought the 919 and rode it home!! My mom thought I was nuts when I asked her if she could give me a ride to the Honda dealer!

Also, I have a friend that we used to call "shorts & boat shoes' because that was his gear! It used to look goofy when he'd ride with us because he was the only one not wearing leather & a helmet. He's married with two kids now and wears gear! Think the wife had some influence on that? Funny thing was this guy and I rode dirt bikes since we were little and he did and still does wear full gear on the dirt bike!

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After the first reply, this thread was destined to derail.

Since we are so far gone it is beyond hope, I'll share in the gear talk.

Our local news posted a short story about how Kentucky will likely make it illegal to text and drive. [drippingsarcasm]Really, that should be illegal?[/drippingsarcasm]

Someone posted a comment to the article about how its just another stupid law that will never be enforced. I couldn't help myself...I had to reply...

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There is a big difference in seatbelt laws and texting while driving.

The seatbelt law is a bunch of crap. It is dangerous to nobody, except the person who chooses not to wear the seatbelt. So, the government is telling me that I am forced to be 'safe' by wearing it.

Now, texting while driving requires one of two things and often both. Eyes on the device or both hands on the device. So, you are either driving down the road not looking where you are going, driving with your knee while you try to text without looking at the phone, or you are doing both. This IS dangerous to yourself AND others. That's why this law would get enforced.

I would put money down saying the seatbelt law's is not enforced because (some) police officers are smart enough to realize this should be a personal choice and not a law.

Please explain to me why I am forced to wear my seatbelt in my 6,500 lb pickup, but I am not required to wear a helmet or gear on my motorcycle.

Answer?...........Anyone?.............I'm going out on a limb and will guess that it's an insurance issue. Seatbelt in a vehicle means a minor wreck results in little or no injury. Thus, no hospital bills or insurance pay-outs. A minor accident on a motorcycle with a helmet on but no gear usually means broken bones and or skin graftes. (spelling?) However, take that same motorcycle accident with no helmet on, and the individual will likely die. It's cheaper for insurance to bury you than to take care of brain damage.

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The reason why I care what you, and others, wear is that it impacts my taxes and motorcycle insurance. If everyone that wears little or no gear doesn't have motorcycle insurance (so won't be making any claims) and is rich enough to pay the medical bills out of their pocket (no insurance claims), then I say let Darwin be the winner. I would like to say my caring goes deeper on this matter, but it doesn't. Because, people should be allowed to make personal decisions if those decisions don't have a negative impact on others.
Your total financial situation is more impacted by those who:

1. Smoke
2. Drink
3. Do drugs
4. Don't wear their seatbelt
5. Are overweight
6. Have low credit scores (get in over their heads, don't pay their bills, pretend that screwing the bank in a bankruptcy is not screwing the rest of us).
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A minor accident on a motorcycle with a helmet on but no gear usually means broken bones and or skin graftes. (spelling?) However, take that same motorcycle accident with no helmet on, and the individual will likely die. It's cheaper for insurance to bury you than to take care of brain damage.
So true! very astute.

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The reason why I care what you, and others, wear is that it impacts my taxes and motorcycle insurance. If everyone that wears little or no gear doesn't have motorcycle insurance (so won't be making any claims) and is rich enough to pay the medical bills out of their pocket (no insurance claims), then I say let Darwin be the winner. I would like to say my caring goes deeper on this matter, but it doesn't. Because, people should be allowed to make personal decisions if those decisions don't have a negative impact on others.
then you should care about me smoking also mine your own business

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then you should care about me smoking also mine your own business
Like I said, do what you want. But I have every right to state that I don't like others doing things that have a negative impact on me. That is why these forums exist, in large part, is for people to express opinions.

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Your total financial situation is more impacted by those who:

1. Smoke
2. Drink
3. Do drugs
4. Don't wear their seatbelt
5. Are overweight
6. Have low credit scores (get in over their heads, don't pay their bills, pretend that screwing the bank in a bankruptcy is not screwing the rest of us).
7. etc.
You are absolutely correct. And, it sucks. But, I would rather live in a country that has these problems and the right to express opinions freely.

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It would be great to see some more pictures.

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Your total financial situation is more impacted by those who:

1. Smoke
2. Drink
3. Do drugs
4. Don't wear their seatbelt
5. Are overweight
6. Have low credit scores (get in over their heads, don't pay their bills, pretend that screwing the bank in a bankruptcy is not screwing the rest of us).
7. etc.
The only thing I don't like about motorcycles is that I can't smoke and drink while I do it. The reason golf is the greatest sport known to man is that you can smoke and drink while you play it.

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The only thing I don't like about motorcycles is that I can't smoke and drink while I do it. The reason golf is the greatest sport known to man is that you can smoke and drink while you play it.
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The only thing I don't like about motorcycles is that I can't smoke and drink while I do it.
Then you're not doing it right. With a skullcap and fingerless gloves, you can keep a six of Pabst under a bungie net behind you, for a quick pick-me-up any time. Also, I've found you can wedge a MacDonald's to-go bag between the handlebars and the tank just right, and each your lunch on the run.

The only problem is that Big Mac special sauce tends to spray in the corners a bit if you're pulling serious G's. If you're a newbie, stick with the Quarter Pounder.

But you shouldn't smoke 'cause that's unsafe and increases my insurance premiums.

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Or I could just mount a shield the size of a bedsheet and add a cupholder. But then someone might mistake me for a Harley and take offense when I don't wave back because my hands are occupied.

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The wife and I rode in a Poker Run this last weekend and the group we rode with(our friends locally) rode mostly Harleys and Big Dog cruisers and choppers. As we rode and made our way out of the city of Summerville, these fellas would gas on it in the straightaway and come to a dead crawl once we had to make a turn then staighten em back up and gun it again.
They also boasted of hitting 115 like it was really something to write home about. I just laughed under my breath. Only gear they wore boots and do rags. The wife and I felt way over dressed but had a great time none the less!
Anyway, I do enjoy a smoke while riding but usually just pull over under a shade tree cause the wind tends to cause runs and it can be hard to pass with gloves on and I've dropped it more than a few times.


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