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(Some Guy)   Emergency room personnel call motorcyclists "future organ donors," and steering your bike with your feet while texting is a great way to prove them right   (motoridersuniverse.com) divider line
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2019-06-16 7:08:29 AM  
LOL Russia.

RIP colossal dumbass. Score one for Darwin today.
 
2019-06-16 7:57:54 AM  
You died doing what you love

Ah yes, who doesn't love slamming into the back of a stopped car.
 
2019-06-16 8:08:42 AM  
I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.
 
2019-06-16 8:11:18 AM  

Barfmaker: You died doing what you love

Ah yes, who doesn't love slamming into the back of a stopped car.


That's my fetish. You should feel my nipples.
 
2019-06-16 8:41:36 AM  
Another thread where Farkers lash out at someone who has ACCOMPLISHED something in their lives and DIED A HERO.

But why I am commenting on my impending death, I have no idea.
 
2019-06-16 8:47:26 AM  

RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.


I just moved to Florida from California and forgot there is no helmet law here. As someone who is in need of a liver transplant, I support these people in their stupidity not to wear one.
 
2019-06-16 8:48:16 AM  
 
2019-06-16 8:50:47 AM  

Barfmaker: You died doing what you love

Ah yes, who doesn't love slamming into the back of a stopped car.


A few years ago a motorcyclist went 100+ km/hr straight into the back of a bus. The bus was in the far right turn lane turning into a bus depot. The news articles went on for days because the rider was so young and it was a dangerous strip of road because motorcyclists kept on racing and crashing. They were afraid to say he died of extreme stupidity because it was impolite. The only way you're going to keep motorcyclists from Darwinning themselves is to ban bikes.
 
2019-06-16 8:51:08 AM  
No sympathy
Dumbass action results in dead dipwad
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2019-06-16 8:52:35 AM  
LOL what?
Laid back....Texting While Riding Motorcycle in India
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2019-06-16 8:52:58 AM  

Badafuco: RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.

I just moved to Florida from California and forgot there is no helmet law here. As someone who is in need of a liver transplant, I support these people in their stupidity not to wear one.


I would think Utah would be a good place to get a liver.
 
2019-06-16 8:53:18 AM  
The ER doctor I met called them "donorcycles" ... also rode every day and always had 2 or 3 of them in his garage.
 
2019-06-16 9:01:20 AM  
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2019-06-16 9:02:17 AM  
Donorcyles.

The term I heard coming from the medical profession.
 
2019-06-16 9:05:47 AM  
That Fiat car they showed twice, looked a lot like a a Fiat truck.
 
2019-06-16 9:05:55 AM  
Stephen Fry told the supposed true story. A doctor was talking to a patient that needed a transplant. He said something like, The waiting period is hard to judge, but it is raining out. We may get a motorcyclist before long.
 
2019-06-16 9:06:07 AM  
I am an organ donor and I will donate my body to science if they want. But I always a helmet.
 
2019-06-16 9:08:44 AM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: That Fiat car they showed twice, looked a lot like a a Fiat truck.


Maybe it's a vernacular thing, like how what we call busses in the US are called coaches in the UK?
 
2019-06-16 9:09:11 AM  
Anyone with the pink dot is a future organ donor. Dolt.
 
2019-06-16 9:12:17 AM  

Badafuco: RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.

I just moved to Florida from California and forgot there is no helmet law here. As someone who is in need of a liver transplant, I support these people in their stupidity not to wear one.


Cali has a lid law now?
 
2019-06-16 9:13:51 AM  

jackandwater: Badafuco: RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.

I just moved to Florida from California and forgot there is no helmet law here. As someone who is in need of a liver transplant, I support these people in their stupidity not to wear one.

Cali has a lid law now?


Since the 80s, at least.
 
2019-06-16 9:16:44 AM  
One fewer idiot on the roads, so there's that.
 
2019-06-16 9:16:53 AM  

EasilyDistracted: jackandwater: Badafuco: RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.

I just moved to Florida from California and forgot there is no helmet law here. As someone who is in need of a liver transplant, I support these people in their stupidity not to wear one.

Cali has a lid law now?

Since the 80s, at least.


Ah, ok.  Way back in the day (60's) they were one of the few states that didn't.  Or am I confused?  Smoked a lot of herb when I was younger..
 
2019-06-16 9:18:00 AM  
And the term donor cycle had been around for decades. Not so much about motorcycles being death machines, but more so that it is younger guys in good health that are the primary people dying on them (unfortunately often doing something stupid), and they are great candidates for harvesting organs.
 
2019-06-16 9:21:06 AM  

RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.


3/4 helmets might as well be no helmet if you highside.
 
2019-06-16 9:22:25 AM  

jackandwater: Badafuco: RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.

I just moved to Florida from California and forgot there is no helmet law here. As someone who is in need of a liver transplant, I support these people in their stupidity not to wear one.

Cali has a lid law now?


For 30 years or so.
 
2019-06-16 9:25:56 AM  

EasilyDistracted: jackandwater: Badafuco: RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.

I just moved to Florida from California and forgot there is no helmet law here. As someone who is in need of a liver transplant, I support these people in their stupidity not to wear one.

Cali has a lid law now?

Since the 80s, at least.


Try '92. People I knew were threatening to sell their bikes, but they didn't. They just bought stupid beanie helmets that were guaranteed not to work. Total idiocy. I've always worn a full face, no matter how unstylish it might be seen to be in some quarters. 'Cause having an eye or a nose ground away by asphalt is an even worse look.
 
2019-06-16 9:26:51 AM  
Sorry to his family but this is just LOL funny.
 
2019-06-16 9:28:40 AM  

jackandwater: EasilyDistracted: jackandwater: Badafuco: RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.

I just moved to Florida from California and forgot there is no helmet law here. As someone who is in need of a liver transplant, I support these people in their stupidity not to wear one.

Cali has a lid law now?

Since the 80s, at least.

Ah, ok.  Way back in the day (60's) they were one of the few states that didn't.  Or am I confused?  Smoked a lot of herb when I was younger..


It's changing all the time. Here's the current situation. I lived in Illinois when they struck down the helmet law. That was before I started riding, and I thought it was seriously stupid. I ride now, and still think it's stupid that they struck it down. I live in a town where a major auto insurer is based and you probably see more ATGATT (All The Gear All The Time) riders in BloNo than anywhere else in the state. In theory, only eye protection is required. If I had a windscreen, I could ride stark naked were I so inclined.
 
2019-06-16 9:29:10 AM  

forgotmydamnusername: EasilyDistracted: jackandwater: Badafuco: RaceDTruck: I usually make the organ donor reference to those who don't wear helmets.

I just moved to Florida from California and forgot there is no helmet law here. As someone who is in need of a liver transplant, I support these people in their stupidity not to wear one.

Cali has a lid law now?

Since the 80s, at least.

Try '92. People I knew were threatening to sell their bikes, but they didn't. They just bought stupid beanie helmets that were guaranteed not to work. Total idiocy. I've always worn a full face, no matter how unstylish it might be seen to be in some quarters. 'Cause having an eye or a nose ground away by asphalt is an even worse look.


A few years back they repealed the helmet laws in Michigan. Our auto insurance spiked, and the number of organ donors did, too.

Just like when they repealed the laws against fireworks. A few weeks later a church burned down, and many more fires have happened since then. Lots more fireworks injuries, too.

This is what happens when you have a Republican Governor who 'runs the state like a business' -- He throws bones to his business buddies in the insurance industry to increase their profit margins and decrease the value of life in the state.
 
2019-06-16 9:29:33 AM  
Counting on the good judgement of your fellow motorists for your safety is a good way to donate organs.  Like those campaigns to get drivers to watch for motorcycles.  Drivers who can't be bothered to watch for other cars.
 
2019-06-16 9:30:32 AM  

Don't Troll Me Bro!: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: That Fiat car they showed twice, looked a lot like a a Fiat truck.

Maybe it's a vernacular thing, like how what we call busses in the US are called coaches in the UK?


Fiat.
Fix It Again, Tony
 
2019-06-16 9:45:08 AM  

Mugato: Don't Troll Me Bro!: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: That Fiat car they showed twice, looked a lot like a a Fiat truck.

Maybe it's a vernacular thing, like how what we call busses in the US are called coaches in the UK?

Fiat.
Fix It Again, Tony


That's about as fresh as "To get to the other side! "
 
2019-06-16 9:45:46 AM  
When you get a motorcycle license you also should become an organ doner.
 
2019-06-16 9:48:32 AM  

kkinnison: When you get a motorcycle license you also should become an organ doner.


When you get any license you should become an organ donor. That's why being presented with the choice is part of the licensing process in most states.
 
2019-06-16 9:51:25 AM  
Well, years ago I used to work on a research project about an age related Human disease, and we got pretty much all of our normal young "control" tissue from motorcycle accidents.  We would sent a resident up to the OR to collect it after they died.
 
2019-06-16 9:51:43 AM  
An EMT worker, who rides motorcycles, once told me, "If you wear a helmet and avoid speeding and alcohol, you should be fine. An accident might Fark up your leg, but the people who die? Drinking and speeding."

I assume he'd add driving with your feet and texting.
 
2019-06-16 9:53:07 AM  
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2019-06-16 9:55:49 AM  

Sasquach: Mugato: Don't Troll Me Bro!: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: That Fiat car they showed twice, looked a lot like a a Fiat truck.

Maybe it's a vernacular thing, like how what we call busses in the US are called coaches in the UK?

Fiat.
Fix It Again, Tony

That's about as fresh as "To get to the other side! "


Then I probably shouldn't post what "Pontiac" stands for.
 
2019-06-16 9:59:35 AM  
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2019-06-16 10:01:08 AM  

Mugato: Sasquach: Mugato: Don't Troll Me Bro!: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: That Fiat car they showed twice, looked a lot like a a Fiat truck.

Maybe it's a vernacular thing, like how what we call busses in the US are called coaches in the UK?

Fiat.
Fix It Again, Tony

That's about as fresh as "To get to the other side! "

Then I probably shouldn't post what "Pontiac" stands for.


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2019-06-16 10:05:05 AM  

tramp stamp: One fewer idiot on the roads, so there's that.


Yeah, but it's a Russian road.  They only really have three exports- natural gas, political instability and dashcam videos.
 
2019-06-16 10:05:58 AM  

MeatBrains: An EMT worker, who rides motorcycles, once told me, "If you wear a helmet and avoid speeding and alcohol, you should be fine. An accident might Fark up your leg, but the people who die? Drinking and speeding."

I assume he'd add driving with your feet and texting.


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This is what a totalled Ducati looks like. I went right over the bars; *part* of my anatomy removed the mirror as I sailed over. No injuries aside from the totalled Duc and a scrote of many colors for a couple weeks. Wear your helmets. The levis stood up to another 4 years of use.
 
2019-06-16 10:08:17 AM  
I ride, but I'm still much more likely to die at the hands of some idiot cager texting while driving and hitting me than me hitting them.

Yeah, I went there.
 
2019-06-16 10:13:08 AM  
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Was he killed texting in the story?
 
2019-06-16 10:15:48 AM  
Jimi Hendrix "I was riding through Los Angeles on a bicycle built for a fool."
 
2019-06-16 10:17:10 AM  

Psylence: MeatBrains: An EMT worker, who rides motorcycles, once told me, "If you wear a helmet and avoid speeding and alcohol, you should be fine. An accident might Fark up your leg, but the people who die? Drinking and speeding."

I assume he'd add driving with your feet and texting.

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This is what a totalled Ducati looks like. I went right over the bars; *part* of my anatomy removed the mirror as I sailed over. No injuries aside from the totalled Duc and a scrote of many colors for a couple weeks. Wear your helmets. The levis stood up to another 4 years of use.


Hopefully your organs are worth donating.
 
2019-06-16 10:17:41 AM  

sirrerun: I ride, but I'm still much more likely to die at the hands of some idiot cager texting while driving and hitting me than me hitting them.

Yeah, I went there.


I'm a "cager" but I agree with you. There are people out there who don't even see other cars. You and your bike are invisible to them.
 
2019-06-16 10:17:44 AM  

sirrerun: Yeah, I went there.


This will be edgier when there is 'face first into the pavement'
 
2019-06-16 10:22:56 AM  

jmr61: Psylence: MeatBrains: An EMT worker, who rides motorcycles, once told me, "If you wear a helmet and avoid speeding and alcohol, you should be fine. An accident might Fark up your leg, but the people who die? Drinking and speeding."

I assume he'd add driving with your feet and texting.

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This is what a totalled Ducati looks like. I went right over the bars; *part* of my anatomy removed the mirror as I sailed over. No injuries aside from the totalled Duc and a scrote of many colors for a couple weeks. Wear your helmets. The levis stood up to another 4 years of use.

Hopefully your organs are worth donating.


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I mean, maybe a kidney and a retina... but I think my liver'd be a hard pass from everyone.
 
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