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wow. Glad they made it out and it wasn't worse than it was. I wish them both a full recovery.


On the bright side, that's one less S10 on the road now.
i tried to talk her into a ranger today LOL it didn't go over very well she still insist on a s-10....
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damn..i learned from my wreck seatbelts are awesome.
i didn't have no fancy airbags....but what i lacked in safety i made up for in rigidity.

glad they are alright......epic battle scars FTW!
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thats gonna be one nasty scar, glad to hear everone is ok, seatbeats ftw
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i tried to talk her into a ranger today LOL it didn't go over very well she still insist on a s-10....
might have to threaten to pull the plug on her...
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wow, that is nasty, and an awful wound too, thats the one thing that worries me about drivin a little truck... (about if somethin happened it would prolly get totalled)
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Wow, good thing my truck is lifted. Glad everyone is still alive. I have no problem having to wear my seatbelt, but if you have to wear your seatbelt in a vehicle, why is there is no law about wearing helmets on motorcycles? (In Indiana at least)
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Wow, good thing my truck is lifted. Glad everyone is still alive. I have no problem having to wear my seatbelt, but if you have to wear your seatbelt in a vehicle, why is there is no law about wearing helmets on motorcycles? (In Indiana at least)
maybe b/c on a bike your sorta kinda ****ed either way?
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damn man i hope they both have a speedy recovery and if you need anything im sure enough of us are close enough to help out. i dont mind a drive.
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damn man i hope they both have a speedy recovery and if you need anything im sure enough of us are close enough to help out. i dont mind a drive.
Thanks for the offer but i think we will be fine.
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Man I hope he pulls through and I am glad to hear she only suffered minor injuries compared to how bad it could have been.

I hope the best for them man. Keep them in your prayers and I will do the same
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ya my cousin is fine but her BF is not to well.... which makes no sense b/c he was in the passenger seat
Passenger seat is known as the death seat.

Speedy recovery to all involved!
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Wow, good thing my truck is lifted. Glad everyone is still alive. I have no problem having to wear my seatbelt, but if you have to wear your seatbelt in a vehicle, why is there is no law about wearing helmets on motorcycles? (In Indiana at least)
Depends on the state... there are laws like that here... write your governor!! lol
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