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Super fit he may be, but he didn't train his brain as much as his muscles....

What a bloody idiot, no helmet lucky he is not dead. Now a go fund me to pay his medical bills. Rides a motorbike, no helmet, just a clown.

How can you type up such a nasty comment regarding someone who had a serious accident. He is injured badly for Christ's sake..   Truly hope he recovers and makes it through as best as he can

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14 hours ago, Don Mega said:

Yeah utter stupidity get no sympathy from me.

 

sucks to be him but hopefully he learns from the situation.

Must be great to be one of those perfect human beings who never makes mistakes or does anything stupid. Shame on you. What's worse - stupidity, or your calloused lack of basic compassion and humanity? In case you didn't read this thoroughly, his injuries suggest he will be crippled for life if he even survives. And he deserves that because he was careless with his own safety? You know nothing about this guy's life. How do you know what kind of person he is - family, friends, etc.;  he likely has a much bigger heart than the likes of you. According to the original story this was a good man who did a lot of good for those around him. I for one have sympathy for the poor guy, and hope he recovers for his sake and for those who care about him. What he learns or doesn't learn is up to him if he is ever able to use his mind again enough to think about it. Sucks to be you, hopefully you won't have to fracture your skull before you learn what you need to learn to become a better human being. 

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4 minutes ago, Jonathan Swift said:

Must be great to be one of those perfect human beings who never makes mistakes or does anything stupid. I don't know what's worse - stupidity, or a calloused lack of basic compassion and humanity - that would be you. In case you didn't read this thoroughly, his injuries suggest he will be crippled for life if he even survives. And he deserves that because he was careless with his own safety? How do you know what kind of person he is - family, friends, etc., but I imagine he likely has a much bigger heart than the likes of you. I for one have sympathy for the poor guy, and hope he recovers. What he learns or doesn't learn is up to him if he is ever able to use his mind again enough to think about it. 

he made a dumb choice and come off second best.

 

With his dodgy companies and employment ripping people off sounds like karma has come round.

 

scumbags get what scumbags deserve.

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Good lesson. Had this guy been wearing a helmet he would have endured nothing more than a few broken ribs and bruised legs.  

 

Still, don't ride/drive like a dick and put yourself in these situations.  Know your limits in life.  

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14 hours ago, Don Mega said:

Yeah utter stupidity get no sympathy from me.

 

sucks to be him but hopefully he learns from the situation.

Must be great to be one of those perfect human beings who never makes mistakes or does anything stupid. Shame on you. What's worse - stupidity, or your calloused lack of basic compassion and humanity? In case you didn't read this thoroughly, his injuries suggest he will be crippled for life if he even survives. And he deserves that because he was careless with his own safety? You know nothing about this guy's life. How do you know what kind of person he is - family, friends, etc.;  he likely has a much bigger heart than the likes of you. According to the original story this was a good man who did a lot of good for those around him. I for one have sympathy for the poor guy, and hope he recovers for his sake and for those who care about him. What he learns or doesn't learn is up to him if he is ever able to use his mind again enough to think about it. Sucks to be you, hopefully you won't have to fracture your skull before you learn what you need to learn to become a better human being. 

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2 minutes ago, Jonathan Swift said:

Must be great to be one of those perfect human beings who never makes mistakes or does anything stupid. Shame on you. What's worse - stupidity, or your calloused lack of basic compassion and humanity? In case you didn't read this thoroughly, his injuries suggest he will be crippled for life if he even survives. And he deserves that because he was careless with his own safety? You know nothing about this guy's life. How do you know what kind of person he is - family, friends, etc.;  he likely has a much bigger heart than the likes of you. According to the original story this was a good man who did a lot of good for those around him. I for one have sympathy for the poor guy, and hope he recovers for his sake and for those who care about him. What he learns or doesn't learn is up to him if he is ever able to use his mind again enough to think about it. Sucks to be you, hopefully you won't have to fracture your skull before you learn what you need to learn to become a better human being. 

He's still stupid and irresponsible to fly around on a motorbike without a helmet, especially in Thailand. He looks like another invincible hardman farang and that's why there's so many negative comments, we've seen so many of them come and go over the years, I won't be donating.

 

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5 minutes ago, Jonathan Swift said:

Must be great to be one of those perfect human beings who never makes mistakes or does anything stupid. Shame on you. What's worse - stupidity, or your calloused lack of basic compassion and humanity? In case you didn't read this thoroughly, his injuries suggest he will be crippled for life if he even survives. And he deserves that because he was careless with his own safety? You know nothing about this guy's life. How do you know what kind of person he is - family, friends, etc.;  he likely has a much bigger heart than the likes of you. According to the original story this was a good man who did a lot of good for those around him. I for one have sympathy for the poor guy, and hope he recovers for his sake and for those who care about him. What he learns or doesn't learn is up to him if he is ever able to use his mind again enough to think about it. Sucks to be you, hopefully you won't have to fracture your skull before you learn what you need to learn to become a better human being. 

Yeah I am are responsible bike rider, I wear protective gear.

am also savvy enough to not lose my life saving's to scumbags like this dead<deleted>, sadly others are not but now he's done himself in maybe they won't lose their money.

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Helmet for sure but how many here ALWAYS don full touring leathers, boots, gloves and back protection before popping down to Watson's for a few items?  I should expect to see some compassion here for a man laid up in horrible physical disarray There could be something positive come out of this despite his previous choices maybe he is alive so he can turn it around and perhaps do some good for the community.

 

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6 minutes ago, Captain Monday said:

Helmet for sure but how many here ALWAYS don full touring leathers, boots, gloves and back protection before popping down to Watson's for a few items?  I should expect to see some compassion here for a man laid up in horrible physical disarray There could be something positive come out of this despite his previous choices maybe he is alive so he can turn it around and perhaps do some good for the community.

 

I do full leathers and protection when I get on my bike.

A quickie to the 7/11 on the scoot I do not.

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1 minute ago, Abmong said:

Anyone who rides a motorbike on the roads in Thailand may as well be playing Russia Roulette, helmet or no helmet.

Not too bad on the local roads but obviously still crazy people out there.  Slow down around town is good idea.  Taxi for main roads.  

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1 minute ago, Abmong said:

Anyone who rides a motorbike on the roads in Thailand may as well be playing Russia Roulette, helmet or no helmet.

hello captain obvious, roads all round the world can be dangerous to a bike rider but one wearing protective gear has a better chance of lesser injuries.

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15 hours ago, Crossy said:

Another GoFundMe job I'm afraid.

 

No lid, insurance apparently invalidated when he failed to follow UK government advice to return to the UK.

 

 

I say we start A GOFUND to help.

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