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Plus the tax dollars wasted for rushing the ambulance and emergency personnel to the scene
What are you talking about? Last time I took a ambulance I don't remember my w-2 coming into play and making me not pay for it. One the insurance company pays for it or some, not our tax dollars.

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you guys know how I feel about cruisers , those death traps don't handle well , maybe he hit the pegs while trying to lean and panicked .

if they would had listened to my other advice I had given them they would had been fine , which was go in slow come out fast , and keep your distance with the car in front of you , and more important , don't forget to lean ! he was probably afraid to lean to much and over shot the turn , and the brother behind that "chose" to low side probably locked the rear tire by using too much rear brake on a turn.
Your Opinion on cruisers is laughable! Not everybody is going to have a sportbike. I know some people on the rswarrior site that could give a lot of people on here a run for the money on cruisers! My first bike was a Yamaha Warrior 1670. They are an awesome bike. I'm not even going to bring up your advice giving skills!

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you guys know how I feel about cruisers , those death traps don't handle well , maybe he hit the pegs while trying to lean and panicked .

if they would had listened to my other advice I had given them they would had been fine , which was go in slow come out fast , and keep your distance with the car in front of you , and more important , don't forget to lean ! he was probably afraid to lean to much and over shot the turn , and the brother behind that "chose" to low side probably locked the rear tire by using too much rear brake on a turn.
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Your Opinion on cruisers is laughable! Not everybody is going to have a sportbike. I know some people on the rswarrior site that could give a lot of people on here a run for the money on cruisers! My first bike was a Yamaha Warrior 1670. They are an awesome bike. I'm not even going to bring up your advice giving skills!
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If you would had passed that sentence you would had seen the next one where your opinion was being asked ... :P
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Venom - just wow. what do you do for a living? or the name of your company, so I can avoid products from the company?

yeah, can't fix ignorance, or arrogance. I didn't believe in Darwin's theory, till I started to ride motorcycles.
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Venom - just wow. what do you do for a living? or the name of your company, so I can avoid products from the company?

yeah, can't fix ignorance, or arrogance. I didn't believe in Darwin's theory, till I started to ride motorcycles.

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Venom - just wow. what do you do for a living? or the name of your company, so I can avoid products from the company?

yeah, can't fix ignorance, or arrogance. I didn't believe in Darwin's theory, till I started to ride motorcycles.
#1: I work for an international bank which I will not say , but let's just say that it is on the top 10 banks in the world

#2:I do IT network administration , so I doubt that anything I do affects what the bankers do which is wealth management

#3:Without knowing your situation just based on what I have read from your post I assume you can't open an account at our branch , the minimum amount of money to be considered by a junior officer is 250 thousand dollars , to be given to a senior officer you would need about 1 million dollars + of money that you want the bankers playing in the market for you, so I am going to go on a limb here and say you can't use the company I work for anything save maybe by a hat with it's name on it, I know I sure as hell can't afford an account here.

#4: why the hate? why did I ever do to you ?

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#1: I work for an international bank which I will not say , but let's just say that it is on the top 10 banks in the world

#2:I do IT network administration , so I doubt that anything I do affects what the bankers do which is wealth management

#3:Without knowing your situation just based on what I have read from your post I assume you can't open an account at our branch , the minimum amount of money to be considered by a junior officer is 250 thousand dollars , to be given to a senior officer you would need about 1 million dollars + of money that you want the bankers playing in the market for you, so I am going to go on a limb here and say you can't use the company I work for anything save maybe by a hat with it's name on it, I know I sure as hell can afford an account here.

#4: why the hate? why did I ever do to you ?
Huh? Sounds like a "Private Banker" to me. And if you're IT then you don't have a branch instead you work for the company as a whole right?

Also did you say you "Can" afford an account at your own bank?

(Private banking offers perks to wealthy)

p.s. I can't open up an account at your bank. Chex systems is after me

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Huh? Sounds like a "Private Banker" to me. And if you're IT then you don't have a branch instead you work for the company as a whole right?

Also did you say you "Can" afford an account at your own bank?

(Private banking offers perks to wealthy)

p.s. I can't open up an account at your bank. Chex systems is after me

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Can't open an account , I wish , I would be riding something much nicer if I could afford the insurance lol..

well I work for the Miami branch but the bank is huge , I don't have jurisdiction outside of the Miami systems except a very few.

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Can't open an account , I wish , I would be riding something much nicer if I could afford the insurance lol..

well I work for the Miami branch but the bank is huge , I don't have jurisdiction outside of the Miami systems except a very few.
Lol, fair enough. I used to do IT for a bank also. Probably the easiest job i've had in a long time. Drive to the branch, take old computer, replace with older computer that i picked up at another branch and swapped parts to make it work again


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