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Old 08-09-2012, 08:05 AM   #221
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Was he insinuating a pre-nup?
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Speaking of which, your overdue for your photo op with a pink tutu and red thongs.

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Sucks to be you Nick. Since I took a riders ed class in Ohio, all I had to do was walk into the Ohio DMV and have them reissue my license lol.
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In NY, if you already have a Class D, B, or A, just get your motorcycle permit, take the road test, pass and turn in the paperwork. Done.
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in michigan you just do whatever you want and you dont even have to wear a helmet
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Sucks to be you Nick. Since I took a riders ed class in Ohio, all I had to do was walk into the Ohio DMV and have them reissue my license lol.
I never took the MSF course. I've had a motorcycle learners permit since I was 16 years old though.
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That'* funny, in PA, they don't require you to wear a helmet while on a bike...but you have to wear a seatbelt in a car. Kinda friggin retarded IMO.

Just a couple weeks ago I seen a guy on a crotch rocket with full "body armor", but no helmet. LMAO!
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That'* funny, in PA, they don't require you to wear a helmet while on a bike...but you have to wear a seatbelt in a car. Kinda friggin retarded IMO.

Just a couple weeks ago I seen a guy on a crotch rocket with full "body armor", but no helmet. LMAO!
I think seatbelts are a federal thing while helmets are still being decided at the state level.

When I lived in FL I would see these retards riding their sport bikes in a pair of board shorts and flip flops. That'* it. Oh, sunglasses for their eyes of course! I've been riding for awhile, and I always wish they go down. I don't hope they die though, I want them to learn.

I've had a helmet save my life on two different occasions, so I'll always wear one. I do however believe that it should be up to the person if they want to.
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theres no way id ride without a helmet, for safety purposes and the fact that it sucks hard riding on bikes having long hair
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Well, studies have shown that helmets don't do much in preventing life disabling injury. They just allow you to live through an event that would have killed you. However, you're now a vegetable. That'* now how I wannna "live".
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