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Vid: Saving Helmet | Triggering Axel

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Video of me acting dumb, should trigger Axel.

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On the real good catch bro! Dropped helmets are the worst

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On the real good catch bro! Dropped helmets are the worst
Right after that he told me he wants a new helmet but his wife pays the bills. He would of rather had it fall. Lol

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I watched your video ok? First of all, I can tell you have greatly improved in your ninja skills, the helmet catch was spot on, however I agree with the owner. That helmet is [icon vomit here].

Now on to your ride. I am pleasantly surprised in the relatively passive safety conscience shenanigans. However I find it absolutely absurd how you continue to try and showcase your expert wheelies. You have a nice bike (in spite of the old head color scheme), and I am infuriated how you continue to test your limits while at the same time pretending to ride a casual site seeing panorama.

Another great video and I'm happy to supplicant for more.
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I watched your video ok? First of all, I can tell you have greatly improved in your ninja skills, the helmet catch was spot on, however I agree with the owner. That helmet is [icon vomit here].

Now on to your ride. I am pleasantly surprised in the relatively passive safety conscience shenanigans. However I find it absolutely absurd how you continue to try and showcase your expert wheelies. You have a nice bike (in spite of the old head color scheme), and I am infuriated how you continue to test your limits while at the same time pretending to ride a casual site seeing panorama.

Another great video and I'm happy to supplicant for more.
First of all "AXEL" I am appalled that it has taken so long to trigger you to a response. Also, you don't even seem very triggered today.

2nd, My baby wheelies are absolutely the best and you cannot deny that. Now I will warn you that next saturday's video will probably make you throw your a small child across the room in rage.

Children make a lot of noise anyway, but I do not condone the throwing children.

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First of all "AXEL" I am appalled that it has taken so long to trigger you to a response. Also, you don't even seem very triggered today.

2nd, My baby wheelies are absolutely the best and you cannot deny that. Now I will warn you that next saturday's video will probably make you throw your a small child across the room in rage.

Children make a lot of noise anyway, but I do not condone the throwing children.
Hey look, I understand being able to pump your own gas is confusing at first, but once mastered it is as easy as popping baby wheelies. Welcome to the rest of the USA
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First of all "AXEL" I am appalled that it has taken so long to trigger you to a response. Also, you don't even seem very triggered today.

2nd, My baby wheelies are absolutely the best and you cannot deny that. Now I will warn you that next saturday's video will probably make you throw your a small child across the room in rage.

Children make a lot of noise anyway, but I do not condone the throwing children.
Hey look, I understand being able to pump your own gas is confusing at first, but once mastered it is as easy as popping baby wheelies. Welcome to the rest of the USA [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.600rr.net/vb/images/smilies/old/icon_super.gif[/IMG]
Pumping your own gas here is just as illegal as wheelies.

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Pumping your own gas here is just as illegal as wheelies.
You realize it is legal to pump your own gas in Oregon, or are you just afraid to try it yourself?

Maybe you're afraid you'll loop the pump nozzle, and have it spray all over your fancy bike. Then again, because you have two 600rr's, maybe you could practice on your not-so-fancy other bike. After you practice, you should practice again, and again, and again. Eventually your balls will drop, and you will be out there pumping gas just like everyone else.

(As of January 1st this year, Oragonians can legally pump their own gas.)
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Pumping your own gas here is just as illegal as wheelies.
You realize it is legal to pump your own gas in Oregon, or are you just afraid to try it yourself?

Maybe you're afraid you'll loop the pump nozzle, and have it spray all over your fancy bike. Then again, because you have two 600rr's, maybe you could practice on your not-so-fancy other bike. After you practice, you should practice again, and again, and again. Eventually your balls will drop, and you will be out there pumping gas just like everyone else. <img src="https://www.600rr.net/gallery/files/3/4/4/4/stickpoke.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Ppoke" class="inlineimg" />

(As of January 1st this year, Oragonians can legally pump their own gas.)
What? I haven't heard that anywhere. You pulling my leg? Maybe I should practice in my garage first.

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What? I haven't heard that anywhere. You pulling my leg? Maybe I should practice in my garage first.
Stop yanking my chain. We all know you do not have a gas station pump in your garage, or do you?

Oh yeah, I didn't realize it was only counties with less that 40,000 people can pump their own gas. I figured it impacted the entire state. So you really don't know how to pump gas do you? HAHAHA
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