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What about the car driver? I bet his shorts are a bit squishy too....

Man...what a dolt.....biker rider....that is....

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Im not sure which Video you are talking about...However,,,,I did just Read them after you posted.....They didnt seem any more horrible than any other video I have seen....What Particular Comment are you talking about and why does it Bother you???

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The first video that was posted with the motorcycle crash....Im talking about the comments under the video itself on break.com, not this thread ..........sorry for the confusion.

this is what someone posted......

"I say good for the car. : Anyone riding a motorcycle should be in a head on collision. That car needs a good washing now. It has blood all over it."

im just sayin that there is not need to say stuff like that.

Im not sure which Video you are talking about...However,,,,I did just Read them after you posted.....They didnt seem any more horrible than any other video I have seen....What Particular Comment are you talking about and why does it Bother you???

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The first video that was posted with the motorcycle crash....Im talking about the comments under the video itself on break.com, not this thread ..........sorry for the confusion.

this is what someone posted......

"I say good for the car. : Anyone riding a motorcycle should be in a head on collision. That car needs a good washing now. It has blood all over it."

im just sayin that there is not need to say stuff like that.

I see what you are saying now..

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WoW the airplane video is pretty funny. I wonder if he pissed his pants on that one. It didn't seem to bother him that he kept passing out though. :bangheadc:

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