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Hit 2 Deer in One Night. Streetfighter time?

Howdy yall from central texas, a land full of damn deer. But not just any deer, our beloved white tail deer are about as stupid as they come. They love to dart back and forth in the middle of the road, trying to figure out which direction they want to go. God forbid they just make up their mind. 2 weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to knock down 2 from the whitetail deer population. The story goes like this.
I was leaving the local highschool football game, driving down FM2484 (a great T1 road full of curves and twisties), headed towards my house. As I'm riding along, going about 55mph, I see two deer on the right side of the road. I cover my brakes and prepare for anything. Sure enough, they start darting across the road. I slow down from 55 to about 30. Right as the 1 year old doe crosses the lane, she decides to dart back and attempt to cross the other way. Smack. I hit the deer hard with the front tire, brining me to a complete stop. Mind you, I stayed up right and escaped a layover. The deer limps off and then falls over on the shoulder of the road. I pull over and inspect the bike. The front wheel choke or fairing is intact, somehow, and there's absolutely no damage. My front brake felt kinda squishy, but oh well. Only 5 miles from home. I hop back on and continue my journey, thinking about how lucky I was.
I continue riding towards my home, with thoughts of how stupid deer are. As I near the top of the hill, a matured doe darts out in front of me, barely missing me. Mind you, I was going 60 at the time. Woah. Before I had time to think, bam. Another stupid yearling darts in front of me. Still traveling at 60, she hits my front tire hard, causing the bike to lay over. I slide for about 3 or 4 seconds. Wow. That was quick. I stand back up, and before I know it, there are 4 cars stopped. I pick my bike up and roll it to the side of the road. I'm cussing and slammi ng my fists, and telling everyone not to call 911 as I didn't feel like dealing with a trooper.


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My plans for the bike are not too extreme, but they are very bright. Literally. I'm thinking of ideas for headlights, I want something that will lighten up the entire road. Maybe one of those LED light bars? Who knows. I just want to keep record of all this and share my story with yall.

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Here are some current pictures of where I'm at currently. I might need some advice on headlights, but I'll keep yall posted!
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Damn, what are the chances?

Pretty good, apparently.

Sorry to hear about your incident. Glad you got away without injury, and that the bike is still mechanically functional. Let us know how the conversion goes!
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Yeah people are trying to tell me I'm lucky. I don't think so. I would have been lucky if I had just hit the first deer, and gotten away fine. But hitting 2 deer in one night is by no means lucky haha
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And fanatic, the second one I had to slit it's throat. There was some chick that trying to comfort the damn thing. I mean come on. It could've very easily killed me, and instead of loving on me, she loving on the deer? No way. I told her to back off cause I am was gonna slit it's throat. You shoulda seen her start crying haha
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I would at least try something like this to see if it works and give us all a product review!

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And fanatic, the second one I had to slit it's throat. There was some chick that trying to comfort the damn thing. I mean come on. It could've very easily killed me, and instead of loving on me, she loving on the deer? No way. I told her to back off cause I am was gonna slit it's throat. You shoulda seen her start crying haha
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I would at least try something like this to see if it works and give us all a product review!

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Overall, he practically says they are inconsistent. We are better off revving our engines or beeping our poor-excuse-of-a-horn
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Holy crap! And here I thought cleaning the guts of a squirrel off the fairings was bad. As a side, I love it how there's a town called Ding Dong near the road you mentioned.
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And fanatic, the second one I had to slit it's throat. There was some chick that trying to comfort the damn thing. I mean come on. It could've very easily killed me, and instead of loving on me, she loving on the deer? No way. I told her to back off cause I am was gonna slit it's throat. You shoulda seen her start crying haha
have you ever considered seeing a phsycologist?
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have you ever considered seeing a phsycologist?
Aha yeah nah. We're bikers. We go on a ride, not to a shrink LOL
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Aha yeah nah. We're bikers. We go on a ride, not to a shrink LOL
i am not a biker, never will be. motorcycle enthusiast

but seriously dude, that's pretty disturbing and not normal at all.
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i am not a biker, never will be. motorcycle enthusiast

but seriously dude, that's pretty disturbing and not normal at all.
I'm a Texan born and raised and yeah you're right motorcycle enthusiast. Whatever you want to call it. But down in texas, hell any hunter that shoots a deer, comes up to it with it still alive, you just slit it's throat to put it out of its misery. This doe was gonna die. It was gasping for air. I just put the thing out of its misery. He'll if I just left it there, it would have been more cruel of me wouldn't it?
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Lol I never understood why people say "oh man, you are so luck to have survived that deer encounter" It's like, If I was really that lucky then I never would of had the encounter to begin with! lol, but yeah, I understand what they are saying. Still, I wouldn't pin you as a lucky guy.

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I'm a Texan born and raised and yeah you're right motorcycle enthusiast. Whatever you want to call it. But down in texas, hell any hunter that shoots a deer, comes up to it with it still alive, you just slit it's throat to put it out of its misery. This doe was gonna die. It was gasping for air. I just put the thing out of its misery. He'll if I just left it there, it would have been more cruel of me wouldn't it?
I'm Texan born and raised my entire life too. I don't have the courage to go near hunting, guns, etc. Maybe I'm a wuss, but I would have called animal control. Your area / city may be smaller so I don't know if they'd have one... Maybe call emergency as a last resort.

I guess this is second nature to you, so it's out of my control at the end.

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And fanatic, the second one I had to slit it's throat. There was some chick that trying to comfort the damn thing. I mean come on. It could've very easily killed me, and instead of loving on me, she loving on the deer? No way. I told her to back off cause I am was gonna slit it's throat. You shoulda seen her start crying haha

What...the...tits.

I'm not alarmed by the act (I understand putting it out of its misery), however your total lack of empathy towards the woman and the deer is highly disturbing. Texan or not, your attitude towards it is fucked up.


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What...the...tits.

I'm not alarmed by the act (I understand putting it out of its misery), however your total lack of empathy towards the woman and the deer is highly disturbing. Texan or not, your attitude towards it is fucked up.


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i totally understand the the putting it out of its misery part. but shinfo hit the nail on the head. if i had to do something like that i'd hate to do it. you seem to find it funny, which quite frankly is disturbing
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i totally understand the the putting it out of its misery part. but shinfo hit the nail on the head. if i had to do something like that i'd hate to do it. you seem to find it funny, which quite frankly is disturbing
I just don't feel bad about it. The deer just about killed me, so I apologize to you for not having more empathy towards the deer that, once again, could have very easily killed me.

It's how I was raised. I have killed more deer and wild pigs than I can count. Many of them I've had to walk up to and slit the animals throat. Maybe that's not how you were raised living in the city, but it's how I was raised. I never made this thread in order to be accused of being some merciless animal murderer who slit some deers throat for fun. I did it after paralyzing it from hitting it head on going 60 mph.
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I just don't feel bad about it. The deer just about killed me, so I apologize to you for not having more empathy towards the deer that, once again, could have very easily killed me.

It's how I was raised. I have killed more deer and wild pigs than I can count. Many of them I've had to walk up to and slit the animals throat. Maybe that's not how you were raised living in the city, but it's how I was raised. I never made this thread in order to be accused of being some merciless animal murderer who slit some deers throat for fun. I did it after paralyzing it from hitting it head on going 60 mph.
Here goes this thread lighting up, lol. These are just my views so I don't expect anyone to go along with them.

In my opinion the deer is an innocent creature - it does not mean any harm knowingly or on purpose. It was just an accident.

Many may think I'm crazy and gone mental for saying this, but I don't consider an animal's life of lesser value or importance than a human's.

With this said, I'm not going to try and influence or cause a change in the way people believe or are raised. Believe me, I've also been in a position where my intentions were good, but many perceived wrongly and put me in a negative spotlight. So I can understand where you're coming from at the same time.

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I read this thread earlier and didn't want to say anything until fanatics kind ego commented.

Op, you know you'll be in a area where there will be deer's, wouldn't you be aware and cautious and ride slow? Common sense?

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No need to call names...

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Here goes this thread lighting up, lol. These are just my views so I don't expect anyone to go along with them.

In my opinion the deer is an innocent creature - it does not mean any harm knowingly or on purpose. It was just an accident.

Many may think I'm crazy and gone mental for saying this, but I don't consider an animal's life of lesser value or importance than a human's.

With this said, I'm not going to try and influence or cause a change in the way people believe or are raised. Believe me, I've also been in a position where my intentions were good, but many perceived wrongly and put me in a negative spotlight. So I can understand where you're coming from at the same time.

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I understand where you're coming from a and thanks for being respectful of my views I Will be respectful of yours. And yes, I know the deer didn't try to kill me. He was trying to survive, and in doing so put my life in danger. When I saw the doe gasping for air, there was no doubt it was going to die. So I did the humane thing and killed it off instead of sitting there watching it struggle in pain.

Maybe I see what I did a little more light hearted than you, but you should see that I did the humane thing which was ending the does suffering.
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I read this thread earlier and didn't want to say anything until fanatics kind ego commented.

Op, you know you'll be in a area where there will be deer's, wouldn't you be aware and cautious and ride slow? Common sense?

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Ouchhh you pulled the red neck card haha! And yeah I deftly learned a lesson from this experience. While I was not speeding above the speed limit, i should have been going 10 under. Maybe I could have reacted better, maybe I couldn't have. I'll never know that. But I do plan on going slower at night! (:
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I just don't feel bad about it. The deer just about killed me, so I apologize to you for not having more empathy towards the deer that, once again, could have very easily killed me.

It's how I was raised. I have killed more deer and wild pigs than I can count. Many of them I've had to walk up to and slit the animals throat. Maybe that's not how you were raised living in the city, but it's how I was raised. I never made this thread in order to be accused of being some merciless animal murderer who slit some deers throat for fun. I did it after paralyzing it from hitting it head on going 60 mph.

You're thinking we are freaked out by the act, like we are some city kids who have no idea where our food comes from. Listen mate, I grew up in the south, my friends hunted (I didn't agree with it unless you're eating it) so I'm very aware of the "norms" when it comes to hunting. But in the 27 years I spent in the south I never met someone as messed up as you. Everyone I knew understood they were taking a life, and what that meant. There's a respect you should have for the animal and also the woman who was upset and trying to calm it down. Again, your total lack of empathy towards the deer and the woman is something I've never encountered. You seem to enjoy boasting about killing it and acting like a "man" by telling her to back off and slitting it's throat, all while thinking she should be loving on you...because I'm sure your views on women are also top notch. You have problems mate, and saying that's how you were raised isn't an excuse. Many people are raised a certain way but grow to see things in a more intelligent and open view...I guess you didn't though.


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