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Accidents while carrying

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    Glad you're alive, dude.
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    Glad you are here to give us this report. Heal up quick.

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    I thought this was gonna be a Depends commercial.
    I hate driving to San Antonio the the VA early in the morning if I have an appointment,there is about a 30 mile stretch of road that makes me pucker every time I go that is literally covered with at least a couple hundred deer,I definitely slow down and get ready to brake hard in case one of them decides life ain't worth living anymore
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    Sorry to hear about your accident, hope your recovery is quick and in full. Good job on your SA and glad everything went well.
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    Glad to hear your going to be OK. Look on the bright side, more time to spend on DC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty901 View Post
    Today I hit a deer a 60 mph on my Motorcycle. It was bad my gun was in tour pak tour pack and many other peaces where every where.
    When EMT's arrived I was not able to move . I told one of them My gun was laying out there some where and need top be recovered.
    They were great about . The found it secured it and gave it to LEO. My wife arrived on site the LEo gave it to her with out a word.
    She told me. Seems some LEo do understand.
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    That's a terrible thing to have happened to you & I'm glad you survived. The thing nightmares are made of. Heal fast!
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    Wishing you a speedy recovery. On the bright side you should have more time to spend on DC.

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    Hope you have a quick recovery. I had never really though about hitting a deer on a motorcycle until recently. I have seen several videos of it happening. Wow! I rode for years, but gave it up 20 years ago because of all the things out of my control.
    Best of luck with your recovery.

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    Good luck Top and a speedy recovery to ya.
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    Rest easy and heal quick!

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    hopes for a fast and full recovery man.... glad it played out well with regards to the gun.
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    glad you're ok. Have a speedy recovery.

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    Even in losing, the deer usually win.
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    Man that sucks, hope you get better fast. Lots of animals in the roads here in Maine, one of the reasons I don't ride bikes anymore. I got my buck year before last with my wife's Saab, I didn't feel a thing.
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