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Whe I lived in SC people would stretch cables/chains across the entrances to private property. I remember you had to have it run though a section of PVC pipe to prevent people from trying to cut through (presumably at night) and decapitating themselves.-AJ
Jeez, the poor guy can't catch a break. Isn't that the urban legend behind ape hangars, them being used to prevent motorcyclists from running into wires strung across the road, or brooms stuck out windows while lane splitting in California in the 60s?
Jeez, the poor guy can't catch a break.
I do, that's a rough few months for anyone to go through.
Did you read the article?
It might be a language difference, I did not mean poor in any ironic sense having to do with wealth. Poor as in unfortunate circumstances. Privilege, fame, and fortune don't save the corporeal body. He's an elderly man with injuries that are tough to heal at that age.He's indeed very likable. I met him briefly when he gave a tour of his Burbank garage to me and a bunch of other riders last year. Not many people can walk up to a bunch of riders on antique bikes and quickly observe what features and modifications were in place enabling the bikes to be ridden cross country more reliably, and shoot the shit about them with the riders. He's certainly keen on old bikes.
Enzo, I fully understand your meaning of 'poor guy.' He's a likable motorcyclist who first got burned and now with broken bones. That's some bad misfortune. The reply from another member asking if Leno was "unwell or something" was sarcastic and IMO inappropriate. And the "he didn't read mine" about the article was equally obnoxious.
Yeah, your comments are sarcastic and obnoxious. And it has nothing to do with Australia.
Nah I didn’t, but then again he didn’t read mine.But I’ve no reason not to empathise with the guy, I reckon as privileged “entertainers” go, he’s one of the more likeable. I hope he does ok, do you think he’d have health insurance ?Pretty important over there as I understand… Also you claim that I scoffed at his circumstances….Nah I didn’t, but I did not need to find out about what happened to the “poor” guy, to smell the irony in the text of your post.I’ll further bet that when he drags his poor butt of to “work” for his next Vegas gig, he’ll garner as many laughs as he can from his recent misadventure.Am I the “bad guy” for not declaring a national day of mourning ?But again you misread me, I don’t derive any degree of mirth from his bad luck, having seen his injuries I don’t doubt for one second that he’s had a hard time.Looks pretty gnarly.
Yes…!The unbridled exploitation of the rusted on humour that only back woods trailer park stereotypes possess.We have a similar thing in Australia called “Houso’s” …(Not Huzo’s) https://youtu.be/U0webLElNyQThese are public housing lifers that even the real public housing residents identify with.The REALLY funny bit is….That’s sorta’ how it actually is…!
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