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We all joke about squids, but this pisses me off

Worst pic I've seen of squidly behavior. Notice who has the helmet. He needs his @SS beaten

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post #3 of 44 (permalink) Old 05-24-2007, 09:28 AM
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What the hell???

That is crazy, and I bet it is his daughter on the bike with him....

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Worst pic I've seen of squidly behavior. Notice who has the helmet. He needs his @SS beaten


What an A$$ Hole

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His daughter better keep her mouth closed about that to her mother for her fathers sake!


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Stupid work computer won't let me view the pic. Can you post it as a link?

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ahh wheres a damn cop when you need one, at least that squid would hav lost his license for that. He's still a prick tho hope as soon as he drops her off he goes down
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That kind of crap gives us all a bad name .
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So many things wrong there, I'm sorry but just for starters I don't believe a kid that young needs to be on a street bike regardless of what he or she is wearing or how the driving is acting. She has no shoes, no lid, no nothing to protect her when that dumbass f*cks up, plus shes riding in the front on a wheelie and she has no idea what to do when the bike comes down hard and she leans forward straight and ends up with the gas tank hitting her in the face.
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So many things wrong there, I'm sorry but just for starters I don't believe a kid that young needs to be on a street bike regardless of what he or she is wearing or how the driving is acting. She has no shoes, no lid, no nothing to protect her when that dumbass f*cks up, plus shes riding in the front on a wheelie and she has no idea what to do when the bike comes down hard and she leans forward straight and ends up with the gas tank hitting her in the face.
This picture makes me furious

These are the people you hope will get weeded out via natural selection somehow... I just hope the poor girl doesn't get hurt.
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i see a girl having a fun time with her dad.
to me, that makes up for the unsafe riding by the dad. what if he crashes? what if he doesn't? what if they both die in a car accident the next day? don't worry too much about the what if's... life in general isn't safe...
i would rather see this unsafe behavior than see the dad drinking with his buddies and ignoring his family.

my kids love to ride on the back of my bike. most of my neighbor's dads are not involved with their kids.

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i see a girl having a fun time with her dad.
to me, that makes up for the unsafe riding by the dad. what if he crashes? what if he doesn't? what if they both die in a car accident the next day? don't worry too much about the what if's... life in general isn't safe...
i would rather see this unsafe behavior than see the dad drinking with his buddies and ignoring his family.

my kids love to ride on the back of my bike. most of my neighbor's dads are not involved with their kids.

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Riding normal, fine. But doing a wheelie with your kid in the middle is an elevated risk I would never take with my kid. And no gear makes it even worse. I still hear ya though.
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These are the people you hope will get weeded out via natural selection somehow... I just hope the poor girl doesn't get hurt.
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i see a girl having a fun time with her dad.
to me, that makes up for the unsafe riding by the dad. what if he crashes? what if he doesn't? what if they both die in a car accident the next day? don't worry too much about the what if's... life in general isn't safe...
i would rather see this unsafe behavior than see the dad drinking with his buddies and ignoring his family.

my kids love to ride on the back of my bike. most of my neighbor's dads are not involved with their kids.

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This is not about "life not being safe". It is about a reckless endangerment of a child. You can be involved with kids without putting them on a sportbike, with no gear, on one wheel. Also, if the only activity the dad wants to do with his kids is put them in danger, then let him drink beer with his buddies. I'll take my daughter to the park. The potential for massive head trauma is much less shootin hoops or playin catch.
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That's ridiculous...
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This is not about "life not being safe". It is about a reckless endangerment of a child. You can be involved with kids without putting them on a sportbike, with no gear, on one wheel. Also, if the only activity the dad wants to do with his kids is put them in danger, then let him drink beer with his buddies. I'll take my daughter to the park. The potential for massive head trauma is much less shootin hoops or playin catch.
And if you do decide to involve your kid in your riding, don't ride like a F&*king moron and cover those kids from head to toe with protection. What that man is doing is simply INEXCUSABLE.

I'm still fuming
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Wow, that is bs. BM, I'll have to disagree with ya on that one. But ya know what, I've been in a similar situation as a kid, just without the wheelie. My dad use to have an old Kawasaki cruiser when I was a kid (back in the 80's). He would take my twin sister and I for rides all the time, at the same time. One of us would ride on the tank, the other would ride on the back. The thing is, WE didn't know it was unsafe. I'm not sure if he knew at the time that it was unsafe. We didn't have helmets and we most likely would have been wearing shorts as well. Would I do that with my daughter? Not a chance in hell. She'll probably grow up to love motorcycles and she'll probably have a dirtbike at an early age, but she'll be taught about safety.

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