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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by Aussijussi, Apr 18, 2014.
If he'd a just stole a BMW no one woould've cared!
Thankfully I bet there's only a handful of people within a 10 mile radius of where I live that would be able to start mine.
I'm looking at the man in the mirror.
I'm asking him to change his ways....
It came a bit late for this individual....
My riding buddy had one of his motorcycles stolen. It didn't even have the carb on it and it was chained and in his car port.
Always check your mirrors for parts of thieves.
Amazing the thief got it running! Hire THAT guy for your mechanic!
Keep the Faith!
Wow that sucks, some of them truck mirrors are pretty nice!
Pretty stout too, apparently.
We've pretty much beat this subject to death. I'm sure the local authorities are less concerned about irony and poetic justice than in notifying next of kin and determining if the driver of the truck was perhaps chargeable in the suspect's death.
I'm just wondering...
Is the bike okay?
You do have a point there.
It could as well have been a straight biker, not a thief.
Killer mirrors. Somebody should do something about them.
If they look hard enough, there's got to be revenue in it somewhere.
If the authorities don't find it, the lawyers will. They're like swine going after truffles.
BTW, that was just an attempt to be ironic when I said we've beaten this to death. What it really means is that I'm fresh out of cheap jokes at the thieving little bugger's expense.
I've had 2 bikes stolen. No sympathy for this piece of crap. If it wasn't a bike he stole, maybe it would be your house he breaks into next. Maybe your wife and kids are there. Maybe....
Bike thieves = horse thieves. String em up!