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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 04:53 PM
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Does the second part if the story start out: Dear Penthouse?


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post #12 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 04:54 PM
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good read wow i hate when stuff like that happens(there never cute for me) nice of you to help her out
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post #13 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 05:18 PM
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Wow, I don't know how you think this isn't forum isn't the right place for this story. Holy smokes. It's a good reminder about defensive riding and riding safe. How we ride in the city is different than on the open road. I of course prefer the open road. Good story and ultimately outcome.

The rest of the night is very long and even more interesting. But this definitely is not the forum for that story. I ended up in WPIX11's news room, meeting the crew and having a blast. Helped her clean up her wound, taught her how to dress it and keep it clean (waaay too much experience in that department)

Told her to watch the Flick of the Wrist videos. And said "just because we say 'third time's the charm' does not mean that the third one's going to have a happy ending. please be careful. and don't forget. you already cost half a dozen teenagers their motorcycle experiences. Parents in those cars who witnessed that accident will not let their kids get on a bike before they 21"

Hopefully I will never see her in an accident again.





I think he was referring to the part of the story he left out ...

Whats up with that anyway ,, you left us hanging

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post #14 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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hahaha. now, the one that I posted on the Penthouse forum leaves the accident part out and starts with the bloody road rash and torn tights part.

I have boundary issues, and a good percentage of my words get replaced by **** on my posts. I'm trying not to get booted from the forums. you know, be nice and stuff.

but I had to mention how cute she was. I was really afraid and was expecting a horrific scene as I ran towards the accident. it was the horror scenario playing out right there. taking a fall on a busy highway, in the middle lane. so after having all those scenes running on your mind, expecting the worst, looking left and right for cars, exits, thinking how to get out of harms way... then when she flipped open the visor, I almost flipped myself )

just texted her. she's doing fine and keeping her wound clean. got the bike safely back from where she parked. all's well that ends well...
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Good job icy ... Glad to see U n The cutie came out of it ok . One of my co workers was run over after helping someone else that was just hit by a car ...

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Good job icy ... Glad to see U n The cutie came out of it ok . One of my co workers was run over after helping someone else that was just hit by a car ...
woah. sorry to hear that. hope he made it out alright.
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Was she riding a sporty and lived in Pasadena a couple months ago?

Seriously, great story. A good reminder for all of us. And thanks for helping out a fellow rider during a hard time!

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Sounds like you did get her number. Knight on a shining Harley. Glad she will live to tell the story. Hope she learns that tights are skin tight.

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She had a Kawasaki Ninja 250. Learning her lesson? One sure hopes so. I'd love to see her around, riding her bike. We need more of her here in NY. The female biker community in the tri-state area is so, uh, tiny.
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Thanks Icy .. after two years of theraphy he is back on his feet n back to wrk ...

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