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Motorcycle Safety (India Week #034)

Adventures of an American Traveler

The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time. ~Edward Abbey

I am amazed at some of the trivial incidents that cause an uproar in the 1st world. Some people don’t have enough worries so need to create situations where none exist. Recently, an article came out that decried celebrity Pink and implied she was an unfit mother for allowing her two year old daughter to go on a motorcycle ride with her father who happens to be expert rider. It wasn’t like he was riding fast in heavy traffic. No. He took her for a ride on his dirt bike far from other vehicles over grass and sand. Even if the child did fall off the bike the chance of getting more than a few bruises on that terrain is slim to none.

Haven’t these people anything worthwhile to do…

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One comment on “Motorcycle Safety (India Week #034)

  1. Nice post.
    Thanks for following my blog. regards

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