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WTF? Bud down, his wife gone.

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  1. Pavbj

    What the hell is wrong with people? If they are too old to drive or can't see then why are they still behind the wheel? Why don't they admit to themselves they are not up to par, and give the rest of us a break? Is pride worth lives?
    My best buddy in the world lost his wife yesterday. He's in critical condition fighting for his own life and trying to keep his left leg as I type this. His beautiful wife died on the scene.
    Damn the 80 year old people who pull out in front of motorcycles. Damn their incoherence. Damn me for saying so, but I am not in a good mood.
    Respect your elders. Love the old ones, and forgive them their lost ways.
    I'm trying. I'm really trying. It ain't working. Try harder, Randy. Forgive. Forgive.
    Jesus help me not judge. I've no right.
    I share my buddy's pain, in my mind; I would take it from him in a minute and let it take over me were it possible.
    Friends, would you please offer your prayers for him? He is a very good man.
    Thank you very much.

    BTW, I'll be leaving this forum for a while. Good will to you all, and be careful.

  2. koltzmye


    Nothing said can ease the pain, only time. I'm very sorry for your loss. Sharing your pain is pain divided, holding it in is pain multiplied. Seek comfort in friends and family. Take care.

  3. bazdorrop1

    TERRIBLE. Feel free to vent anytime as far as I'm concerned. Keep us posted on your buddy's condition.

  4. Jonezpoj

    "AMEN" brother, take care.........

  5. khunder102

    Prayers for your buddy, as well as for you, have been added to my list.

    Hang in there; post when you can and let us know how you both are doing.


  6. wzdar6

    Pavbj sorry about your loss! don't stay gone too long. that's what i like about you. i always know how you REALLY feel. it's never a good day when we lose a brother or sister biker.

  7. Retlikhd

    My best wishes to your buddy.

    Stricter laws are needed for elderly drivers. Even as a guy who doesn't have a bike, yet, I relate.

    It's a shame that he lost his wife. That is a pain that I would rather never have to deal with.

    My prayers are with them and you because I know that this is one helluva mountain to get over.


  8. OnePlajer

    Pavbj, stay calm, your bro needs you right now. May his wife RIP, and may he have a speedy recovery. May the state drivers license centers develop a real plan for testing drivers.


  9. matcruser

    Our prayers are with you and your buddy. I'm so sorry for the pain you both are experiencing.

  10. MatMan


    The world is truly a lesser place with the lost of your friend's wife...But heaven has gained a truly good person...Please extend my deepest sympathy and condolences to your friend and his family in this time of sorrow. My wife and I will say a prayer for him and his wife...I sincerely wish a speedy recovery for your friend, both physically and motionally. I can't imagine the pain that he is feeling right now...Especially in his heart knowing that he has lost his wife...

    I wish that there was something I could say or do to help ease his pain and suffering right now. He is lucky to have a friend like you by his side...You've shown that you are a true friend, both in good and bad times...

    Take care...And may the Lord bless and watch over your friend in this time of need.

    - Mark


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