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post #31 of 33 Old 07-06-2014, 03:44 PM
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EFF nice. Motorcyclists aren't nice. We don't want to be nice. ...
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did you search the forum before you wrote this, who cares , help them and move on and don't be a dick

I assumed people who rode sport bikes aka crotch rockets were chill and not so obsessed with silly stuff and I can't help but laugh at how upset they seem to get.

I am sure "1/3 "of you will disagree with me over this.
So when there is yet another post on a topic that has been covered multiple times, when someone tries and help them help themselves by suggesting to use the search, instead of spoon feeding them answers, that person is being a dick?

I believe I'm usually pretty "chill", I don't get upset about multiple threads on the same topic. I just offer advise to search. I'm glad that amuses you. :-)

I guess I may fall into the 1/3 of the members that disagree. However I do disagree that I get upset about the multiple topics. It doesn't affect my emotion. I just try to help people where I can.

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'i assume' 'so obsessed' 'how upset' they get..

being very relaxed and calm right now
this is just a comment

in a global multi-cultural open inet forum
it is presumptuous to assume 'they' are
obsessed and get so upset about..
[whatever]

this and other members have explained
reasons why others are directed to search
resources of this site, to help them,
to give them access to a mass of information
covering every common motorcycling question
all thru the search box of this site..

just spent time adding another [long]
hint for novice motorcyclists to juzmans
list of hints and advice.. this was not
based on obsession or being upset
or other than a genuine attempt to
give something back based on
many years of road motorcycling..

the stumbling block is 'i assume'..
all sorts of people make assumptions
which they then assume, are reality..

many many people have assumed that ghosts
and witches and a flat earth and all sorts of
wrong, assumptions, are realities..

societies have floundered upon
false assumptions..
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