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Old 08-04-2014, 05:37 AM   #76
SgtDuster
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Originally Posted by Sparrowhawk View Post
Maybe. Having five miles of straight road with good visibility and a wide shoulder made it too tempting for this thrill seeker. I'm a bad person.
Yeah, we saw how good your visibility was...


The day you'll admit you made a mistake, a big and potentially lethal one, instead of finding excuses, the road will be a lot more secure for everyone. Including yourself.


Don't misunderstand me. We all made mistakes one time or another. But if you want to learn from them, you must take them for what they are. You can analyse them but stop trying to rationalize the whole thing to find a reason "why" it wasn't really your fault so you could feel better.
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