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Oh well, that's going to be pretty expensive replacing the scratched and bent body panels of that beautiful Honda.
22 Aug 2019
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A couple on a bike had an accident and they fell over, and a passerby trying to help got his hands burnt on the silencer while trying to move the bike.
31 May 2019
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He loves Johnny Blaze. He loves all his stunts. He Challenged himself to be as good as his idol and here is his last moves with his father's most lovely bike...
1 Apr 2007
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An old man with mercedes shout to to a biker to move the bike cause he can not to pass the road.. WAS sure that mercedes had space to pass. Next to old man was a young dark model !!!!!!!!!!!!
23 Aug 2007
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hey he is not a man ofcourse daredevil......he just wheels his bike on the ice.he makes some impossible moves vth bike which are absolutely amazing....hope u enjoy this buddies
17 Oct 2007
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I will be reviewing a bike alarm called: Bike Alert It is a good addition to a lock, and will make the bike A LOT HARDER to steal Overall a very good product: EXTREMELY loud (IT HURTS !!) and a very sensitive motion sensor (which could be a problem in public place where someone could accidentally touch the bike, but personally, I prefer it that way so that the thief cannot gently move the bike without waking up the alarm Pros - LOUD !!!!!!!!!! 130 db - Sensitive (could be a negative point for some) - Sturdy water resistant case - Cheap: about $25 shipped - 9v battery included Cons - The knobs quality can be improved - Key combination cannot be changed - a smaller sizer would be nice Rating: *** 9/10 ***
4 Jul 2008
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An accident is a specific, unidentifiable, unexpected, unusual and unintended external action which occurs in a particular time and place, with no apparent and deliberate cause but with marked effects. It implies a generally negative probabilistic outcome which may have been avoided or prevented had circumstances leading up to the accident been recognized, and acted upon, prior to its occurrence. Tampa Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Clearwater Tampa Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Pinellas Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Hillsborough Tampa Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Experts in the field of injury prevention avoid use of the term 'accident' to describe events that cause injury in an attempt to highlight the predictable and preventable nature of most injuries. Such incidents are viewed from the perspective of epidemiology - predictable and preventable. Preferred words are more descriptive of the event itself, rather than of its unintended nature (e.g., collision, drowning, fall, etc.) Accidents of particularly common types (auto, fire, etc.) are investigated to identify how to avoid them in the future. This is sometimes called root cause analysis, but does not generally apply to accidents that cannot be deterministically predicted. A root cause of an uncommon and purely random accident may never be identified, and thus future similar accidents remain accidental. Contents [hide] Narrowly defined, the designation may refer only to the event, while not including the circumstances (facts surrounding) or results of the event; i.e., accident is constrained to an immediate incident, the occurrence of which results in an unplanned outcome. In common use, however, accident may include the entire interacting circumstantial framework (chance, pre-existing, or uncontrolled dynamically developing conditions; commonplace actions; random time and place; participants; etc.) leading up to, including, and resulting from, the accident's immediate occurrence.Accident will happen unknowlingly and due to our ignorance.eg:trying to move a bike in a place which is not more than the space of a bike, also known as crash [edit] Types [edit] Physical and non-physical Physical examples include, e.g., unintended collisions or falls, being injured by touching something sharp, hot, or electrical, or ingesting poison. Non-physical examples are, e.g., unintentionally revealing a secret or otherwise saying something incorrectly, forgetting an appointment, etc. [edit] By activity * Accidents during the execution of work or arising out of it are called work accidents. * In contrast, leisure-related accidents are mainly sports injuries. [edit] By vehicle * Bike accident * Tram accident * Traffic collision * Sailing ship accidents [edit] Most common causes See also: List of preventable causes of death Incidence of accidents, sorted by activity. For physical traumas or injuries leading to hospital discharge, most common causes are traffic accidents and falls Further information: Physical trauma#Common causes [edit] See also * Injury * Accident-proneness * Air safety o Aviation accidents and incidents * Aisles: Safety and regulatory considerations * Bike o Bicycle safety * Car o Automobile safety o Traffic collision * Explosives safety * List of rail accidents: * Rail accidents pre-1950 * Rail accidents 19501999 * Rail accidents 20002009 * List of train accidents by death toll * Nuclear and radiation accidents * Risk management * Sailing ship o Sailing ship accidents * Safety * Safety engineering o Fail-safe o Poka-yoke * Human error model * Tram accident * Workplace safety o Material safety data sheet o Personal protective equipment o Occupational safety and health o Criticality accident * Accident analysis
15 May 2010
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An accident is a specific, unidentifiable, unexpected, unusual and unintended external action which occurs in a particular time and place, with no apparent and deliberate cause but with marked effects. It implies a generally negative probabilistic outcome which may have been avoided or prevented had circumstances leading up to the accident been recognized, and acted upon, prior to its occurrence. Tampa Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Clearwater Tampa Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Pinellas Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Hillsborough Tampa Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Experts in the field of injury prevention avoid use of the term 'accident' to describe events that cause injury in an attempt to highlight the predictable and preventable nature of most injuries. Such incidents are viewed from the perspective of epidemiology - predictable and preventable. Preferred words are more descriptive of the event itself, rather than of its unintended nature (e.g., collision, drowning, fall, etc.) Accidents of particularly common types (auto, fire, etc.) are investigated to identify how to avoid them in the future. This is sometimes called root cause analysis, but does not generally apply to accidents that cannot be deterministically predicted. A root cause of an uncommon and purely random accident may never be identified, and thus future similar accidents remain accidental. Contents [hide] Narrowly defined, the designation may refer only to the event, while not including the circumstances (facts surrounding) or results of the event; i.e., accident is constrained to an immediate incident, the occurrence of which results in an unplanned outcome. In common use, however, accident may include the entire interacting circumstantial framework (chance, pre-existing, or uncontrolled dynamically developing conditions; commonplace actions; random time and place; participants; etc.) leading up to, including, and resulting from, the accident's immediate occurrence.Accident will happen unknowlingly and due to our ignorance.eg:trying to move a bike in a place which is not more than the space of a bike, also known as crash [edit] Types [edit] Physical and non-physical Physical examples include, e.g., unintended collisions or falls, being injured by touching something sharp, hot, or electrical, or ingesting poison. Non-physical examples are, e.g., unintentionally revealing a secret or otherwise saying something incorrectly, forgetting an appointment, etc. [edit] By activity * Accidents during the execution of work or arising out of it are called work accidents. * In contrast, leisure-related accidents are mainly sports injuries. [edit] By vehicle * Bike accident * Tram accident * Traffic collision * Sailing ship accidents [edit] Most common causes See also: List of preventable causes of death Incidence of accidents, sorted by activity. For physical traumas or injuries leading to hospital discharge, most common causes are traffic accidents and falls Further information: Physical trauma#Common causes [edit] See also * Injury * Accident-proneness * Air safety o Aviation accidents and incidents * Aisles: Safety and regulatory considerations * Bike o Bicycle safety * Car o Automobile safety o Traffic collision * Explosives safety * List of rail accidents: * Rail accidents pre-1950 * Rail accidents 19501999 * Rail accidents 20002009 * List of train accidents by death toll * Nuclear and radiation accidents * Risk management * Sailing ship o Sailing ship accidents * Safety * Safety engineering o Fail-safe o Poka-yoke * Human error model * Tram accident * Workplace safety o Material safety data sheet o Personal protective equipment o Occupational safety and health o Criticality accident * Accident analysis
16 May 2010
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An accident is a specific, unidentifiable, unexpected, unusual and unintended external action which occurs in a particular time and place, with no apparent and deliberate cause but with marked effects. It implies a generally negative probabilistic outcome which may have been avoided or prevented had circumstances leading up to the accident been recognized, and acted upon, prior to its occurrence. Tampa Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Clearwater Tampa Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Pinellas Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Hillsborough Tampa Accident lawyer Paul Puzzanghera at Http://www.thefloridaaccidnetlawyers**** handles accident cases. Experts in the field of injury prevention avoid use of the term 'accident' to describe events that cause injury in an attempt to highlight the predictable and preventable nature of most injuries. Such incidents are viewed from the perspective of epidemiology - predictable and preventable. Preferred words are more descriptive of the event itself, rather than of its unintended nature (e.g., collision, drowning, fall, etc.) Accidents of particularly common types (auto, fire, etc.) are investigated to identify how to avoid them in the future. This is sometimes called root cause analysis, but does not generally apply to accidents that cannot be deterministically predicted. A root cause of an uncommon and purely random accident may never be identified, and thus future similar accidents remain accidental. Contents [hide] Narrowly defined, the designation may refer only to the event, while not including the circumstances (facts surrounding) or results of the event; i.e., accident is constrained to an immediate incident, the occurrence of which results in an unplanned outcome. In common use, however, accident may include the entire interacting circumstantial framework (chance, pre-existing, or uncontrolled dynamically developing conditions; commonplace actions; random time and place; participants; etc.) leading up to, including, and resulting from, the accident's immediate occurrence.Accident will happen unknowlingly and due to our ignorance.eg:trying to move a bike in a place which is not more than the space of a bike, also known as crash [edit] Types [edit] Physical and non-physical Physical examples include, e.g., unintended collisions or falls, being injured by touching something sharp, hot, or electrical, or ingesting poison. Non-physical examples are, e.g., unintentionally revealing a secret or otherwise saying something incorrectly, forgetting an appointment, etc. [edit] By activity * Accidents during the execution of work or arising out of it are called work accidents. * In contrast, leisure-related accidents are mainly sports injuries. [edit] By vehicle * Bike accident * Tram accident * Traffic collision * Sailing ship accidents [edit] Most common causes See also: List of preventable causes of death Incidence of accidents, sorted by activity. For physical traumas or injuries leading to hospital discharge, most common causes are traffic accidents and falls Further information: Physical trauma#Common causes [edit] See also * Injury * Accident-proneness * Air safety o Aviation accidents and incidents * Aisles: Safety and regulatory considerations * Bike o Bicycle safety * Car o Automobile safety o Traffic collision * Explosives safety * List of rail accidents: * Rail accidents pre-1950 * Rail accidents 19501999 * Rail accidents 20002009 * List of train accidents by death toll * Nuclear and radiation accidents * Risk management * Sailing ship o Sailing ship accidents * Safety * Safety engineering o Fail-safe o Poka-yoke * Human error model * Tram accident * Workplace safety o Material safety data sheet o Personal protective equipment o Occupational safety and health o Criticality accident * Accident analysis
27 May 2010
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