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It's about keeping the brain alive.

I'm not sure if this is motorcycle related or general but being on a vulnerable mode of transportation and having danger about could have a positive side (If you survive)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OX337hERtaQ
 

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But motorcycles aren't dangerous:DI usually work about 60' to 90' off the ground on 8" steel beams, that is not dangerous:shock:, I have a federal high explosives license:cool:that is not dangerous, but walking across Foothill Blvd, now that is dangerous.:cheeky1:. OK, so this probably has nothing what so ever to do with the article.:cool:
 

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Humm...don't know...
 

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Len; All I have to say is you have wayto much time on your hands.:dude:boom
 

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Two points:



All his examples liked to blow things up. Maybe it's not "living dangerously" that's the key, but blowing things up.



If in fact "living dangerously" makes you smarter............why are there so many stupid freakin' stuntas?
 

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Of course living dangerously doesn't always work out so well for everybody......... it does have a price to pay when you miss a step or don't move fast enough.

I do know that when I was a fireman, I felt a lot better most of the time.
 

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Makes me feel better. When I was 13 I had a good time making black powder and making pipe bombs and marble cannons with pieces of pipe. Study hall was boring and the encyclopedia had the formula for black powder. My most proud achievement at that age was discovering how to make a contact fuse using a couple self tapping screws, a nut and a couple of cap gun caps. Unfortunately I didn't go on and become a famous founder or a company or a noted scientist.:(
 

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well...........allrighty then........if we were not being tracked by homeland Security before, we are now...:D
 

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If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up room.
 

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:cheeky1::cheeky1::cheeky1::cheeky1::cheeky1::cheeky1::cheeky1::dude::cheeky1:
 

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danger is good for the brain , makes you feel alive ...:action:
 

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morriebo wrote:
If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up room.
Welcome to the forum morrebo!

For moi? Most of the jobs I've had were, and are, dangerous - if you let them get ahead of you. Must be why I find ridding so relaxing.
 

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But motorcycles aren't dangerous:D I usually work about 60' to 90' off the ground on 8" steel beams, that is not dangerous:shock:, I have a federal high explosives license:cool: that is not dangerous, but walking across Foothill Blvd, now that is dangerous.:cheeky1:. OK, so this probably has nothing what so ever to do with the article.:cool:
Motorcycles aren't dangerous. Drivers on Cell Phones are dangerous!

Ed Perry 2006

And yes... here in Texas the courts have decided, you CAN be charged with negligent homicide if you kill someone while yapping on your phone! It's worse than driving drunk... and far more prevalent.

See Here: http://www.txcn.com/sharedcontent/dws/txcn/houston/stories/khou091005_jj_cell-phone-trial-punishment.1e8f1b8f5.html
 
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