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Old 10-17-2003, 05:36 PM
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Talking Thats a good one

well I am going home ,should I walk.
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Old 10-17-2003, 08:29 PM
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I could just see it now a Dozen sharpened blueprinted props Flying towards your Head
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That Blows But Thank God no one was hurt!
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Old 10-18-2003, 12:00 AM
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I would have thought the air bag's would have deployed,But they say its'because it was not a direct hit to the bumper


UHH, You mean the airbags didn't deploy after that? You better get a second opinion. I hate like hell that it happened to a neighbor but I would hate to learn that they didn't deploy in a far more serious impact. I think you ought to have those SRS sensors looked into by a professional.

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Lightbulb Roby,

Good idea,I think they should have Good ole fm 1960 rd. got me. You know how crazy that is ,

The guy, I hit was driving a brand new Dodge 3/4 4x4 6,000 miles

we took out his back box. And we were going about 40 when I hit him man, I felt 1/2 inch tall as he GAVE US A RIDE TO WORK. THE GUY WAS SUPER NICE AND VERY UNDERSTANDING.

I have never did anything like this before , I have come close but it finally caught up with me .

BEING IN A HURRY!!!!!!!!!!!! just thank God ,no one was hurt but iron and plastic

.And now my D.L. 200.00> TICKET failure to control speed<. Oh well I deserved it.

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I personally try to avoid 1960 in the morning if at all possible. Too many people running red lights. If I remember correctly don't you live in North Spring? If so have you tried comimg down Louetta to Kuykendahl where there are less stops? 2 school zones but faster than 1960

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