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Old June 2nd @ 06:07 pm   #1
Equanimity's Avatar
From: Henderson

Motorcycle: 06 SV650s
I arrive to school a bit early, so I always get a great parking. Anywho, later in the day, I was approached by another student who decided to take out his parking anger. I'm told that bikers create the illusion of "oasis parking spots"(spots close to entrance in a jammed lot that seem too good to be true), and that any motorcycle accidentally taken down by a car attempting to park....deserve to be hit(because they parked out of line of sight). Of course I went out to check my bike. Not only was my bike fine, but in clear view. A R1 had parked next to me, and the next two spots contained a Harley and BMW dualsport. We seem to have 4-10 bikes at any given time. It's not like motorcycles are some newfangled contraption that only appeared recently, but it's okay to knock over a motorcycle if a cager is too stupid to scout the spot first?

I learn something new everyday!

Old June 2nd @ 06:24 pm   #2
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
People at my work said the same thing to me when I first started..

"Why do you take up a whole parking spot? Put your bike on the sidewalk"

The only thing I said was, if you had motorcycle parking, I would park there. But, you dont.

Nothing was ever said to me again about it. But yet, everyday, I watch people driving mach 3 into where I am parked, only to slam on their brakes. I am just waiting for the day i watch someone run into it.

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Old June 2nd @ 06:46 pm   #3
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From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: 08 CBR1000RR, 07 GSXR600, 02 ZX12R
I had that in Ca too - when I rode to work every day. People commented that I took up a "whole" space. I would ask "Well how many spaces do you want me to take up?"
Old June 2nd @ 07:02 pm   #4
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From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: CBR 1000rr/600f4i
Old June 2nd @ 08:31 pm   #5
Mr Pheer's Avatar
From: Tatooine

Motorcycle: a jet
Tell that guy to go pound sand in his vagina. I guess mommy wont let him have a bike.
Old June 2nd @ 10:30 pm   #6
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From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: 2001 ZRX1200R, 2005 Hyosung GT650S Track Bike
So the vehicle that is carrying the same number of, but is LARGER deserves a space. The smaller, more fuel efficient vehicle carrying the same number of, doesn't deserve that same space.

So where do we all park then?
Old June 2nd @ 11:36 pm   #7
Lost Sheep's Avatar
From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: 06 1000 rr bone stock 01 F4I
kick him in the Va JJ
Old June 3rd @ 09:28 am   #8
Equanimity's Avatar
From: Henderson

Motorcycle: 06 SV650s
Yea the only response I could come up with at the time was a dramatically sympathetic, "Wow! Really?"

Wait, what's so bad about having a vagina?
Old June 3rd @ 09:32 am   #9
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From: In that old blue chair...

Motorcycle: FXB12RR
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Old June 3rd @ 12:42 pm   #10
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From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: I'm takin over the GSXR 1000.. see that, babe? ha ha
That's when you kick the person's mirror off and say " well, if you hadn't parked so close to me, I wouldn't have kicked your mirror off getting on my bike. Cars like that deserve to be kicked ".. what a dumbass ignoramous.

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