Long Island Man Killed In Motorcycle Crash

A motorcyclist was killed when he collided with a bus in Roslyn, N.Y., police said. Full Story
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Lycia Davis

United States

#1 Jul 20, 2006
I would love to know what his liscence being revoked had to do with this accident. I happen to know Jordan and that had nothing at all to do with the accident. Before you print some statements make sure you know what you are talking about.
Lycia Davis

United States

#2 Jul 20, 2006
I would love to know what his liscence being revoked had to do with this accident. I happen to know Jordan and that had nothing at all to do with the accident. Before you print some statements make sure you know what you are talking about.
Rob

Roslyn, NY

#3 Jul 21, 2006
Lycia Davis wrote:
I would love to know what his liscence being revoked had to do with this accident. I happen to know Jordan and that had nothing at all to do with the accident. Before you print some statements make sure you know what you are talking about.
It has nothing to do with it you ignorant moron. But it shows how irresponsible your friend was. Thankfully he never killed an innocent person with his irresponsibility. What a shame you can't see that you idiot.
Jim De Rubis

AOL

#4 Jul 25, 2006
maybe I need to get a new dictionary, a "revoked license" should have kept your friend off the road. Just like illegal aliens are "illegal". People are just ignorant to the laws today.
Kevin

United States

#5 Jul 25, 2006
Maybe they meant that if he obeyed the law and stayed off of the motorcycle, the accident might not have happened. He was obviously not qualified to be operating a motor vehicle if he got a DWI.
Jim massapequa park

AOL

#6 Jul 25, 2006
Kevin wrote:
Maybe they meant that if he obeyed the law and stayed off of the motorcycle, the accident might not have happened. He was obviously not qualified to be operating a motor vehicle if he got a DWI.
correct Dr. Watson
friend

Austin, TX

#7 Jul 25, 2006
Kevin wrote:
Maybe they meant that if he obeyed the law and stayed off of the motorcycle, the accident might not have happened. He was obviously not qualified to be operating a motor vehicle if he got a DWI.
your truly an butthole. maybe now is not the time to talk the way your talking jerk. keep in mind that this young man die. i'm sure by the way youre talking you dont obey the law yourself. i would love to see your face if this happen to someone you love and cared about dummy.
friend

Austin, TX

#8 Jul 25, 2006
Rob wrote:
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It has nothing to do with it you ignorant moron. But it shows how irresponsible your friend was. Thankfully he never killed an innocent person with his irresponsibility. What a shame you can't see that you idiot.
you are the ignorant moron. and this shows how stupid you really are. this man past away.. and it's a shame YOU can't understand that and show some RESPECT!!!! at the end of the day this man has a mother and father who might see the article you wrote. this shows your family values and how well you were raised IDIOT.
juggy gales

Clifton, NJ

#9 Jul 26, 2006
This is a little bit cruel to the family to be debating this..... But a lesson should be taken out of it for younger drivers/motorcyclists. Theres a reason why insurance company's charge higher rates to young male drivers....
Rob

Roslyn, NY

#10 Jul 27, 2006
friend wrote:
<quoted text>your truly an butthole. maybe now is not the time to talk the way your talking jerk. keep in mind that this young man die. i'm sure by the way youre talking you dont obey the law yourself. i would love to see your face if this happen to someone you love and cared about dummy.
You are apparently not that intelligent - not to mention your grammar sucks. Yes it is a shame that this guy died, but you are glossing over the fact that he was driving without a license because he was DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED. Maybe in your transient, trash state of Florida thats allowed, but not in NY. Thankfully he didn't kill anyone other than himself. Perhaps if someone you knew was killed by a drunk driver you wouldn't be talking crap. Do us all a favor and move to Iraq you loser.
Rob

Roslyn, NY

#11 Jul 27, 2006
friend wrote:
<quoted text>you are the ignorant moron. and this shows how stupid you really are. this man past away.. and it's a shame YOU can't understand that and show some RESPECT!!!! at the end of the day this man has a mother and father who might see the article you wrote. this shows your family values and how well you were raised IDIOT.
You are apparently not that intelligent - not to mention your grammar sucks. Yes it is a shame that this guy died, but you are glossing over the fact that he was driving without a license because he was DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED. Maybe in your transient, trash state of Florida thats allowed, but not in NY. Thankfully he didn't kill anyone other than himself. Perhaps if someone you knew was killed by a drunk driver you wouldn't be talking crap. Do us all a favor and move to Iraq you loser.
Jackie

Sanford, NC

#12 Aug 14, 2006
First of all, as Jordan's cousin, I can tell you that he was NOT driving while under the influence when the accident happened. He was actually comming home from his therapists office. He was working hard to get his life back in order. Among other things, he lost his chance to compete at the Winter Olympcis (Italy & the USA both wanted him on their teams)due to an injury. If any of you had a clue as to who Jordan was, you would know that he lived life to the fullest and always brought fun, love and happiness to all around him.
I actually feel bad for people like yourself and others that reply to such forums when you are completely uninformed and ignorant to the actual person and circumstances involved in such a tragic event. I am just grateful for all of Jordans friends that continue to show support and respect to us, his family.
I hope that when you have to endure such hurt in your life, you will not have to face such cruel, self centered, ignorant people.
Rob wrote:
<quoted text>
You are apparently not that intelligent - not to mention your grammar sucks. Yes it is a shame that this guy died, but you are glossing over the fact that he was driving without a license because he was DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED. Maybe in your transient, trash state of Florida thats allowed, but not in NY. Thankfully he didn't kill anyone other than himself. Perhaps if someone you knew was killed by a drunk driver you wouldn't be talking crap. Do us all a favor and move to Iraq you loser.
justice

New Brunswick, NJ

#13 Aug 15, 2006
Jackie wrote:
First of all, as Jordan's cousin, I can tell you that he was NOT driving while under the influence when the accident happened. He was actually comming home from his therapists office. He was working hard to get his life back in order. Among other things, he lost his chance to compete at the Winter Olympcis (Italy & the USA both wanted him on their teams)due to an injury. If any of you had a clue as to who Jordan was, you would know that he lived life to the fullest and always brought fun, love and happiness to all around him.
I actually feel bad for people like yourself and others that reply to such forums when you are completely uninformed and ignorant to the actual person and circumstances involved in such a tragic event. I am just grateful for all of Jordans friends that continue to show support and respect to us, his family.
I hope that when you have to endure such hurt in your life, you will not have to face such cruel, self centered, ignorant people.
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I FEEL FOR YOUR FAMILY.MAY JORDAN RIP
Rob

Roslyn, NY

#14 Aug 17, 2006
Jackie wrote:
First of all, as Jordan's cousin, I can tell you that he was NOT driving while under the influence when the accident happened. He was actually comming home from his therapists office. He was working hard to get his life back in order. Among other things, he lost his chance to compete at the Winter Olympcis (Italy & the USA both wanted him on their teams)due to an injury. If any of you had a clue as to who Jordan was, you would know that he lived life to the fullest and always brought fun, love and happiness to all around him.
I actually feel bad for people like yourself and others that reply to such forums when you are completely uninformed and ignorant to the actual person and circumstances involved in such a tragic event. I am just grateful for all of Jordans friends that continue to show support and respect to us, his family.
I hope that when you have to endure such hurt in your life, you will not have to face such cruel, self centered, ignorant people.
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Spare us all,please. No one said that your "cousin" was DWI when he killed himself. His license was revoked because he was driving while legally inebriated at some point in the past year. If you do the simple math you will realize that when he was killed he was - ONCE AGAIN BREAKING THE LAW, by driving without a license. What does his DWI mean to you? Apparently nothing. He probably pushed the envelope way too much. We are lucky that he never killed an innocent person with his "living life to the fullest". Lets try to learn from this, please. RIP
Barbara

Amityville, NY

#15 Aug 17, 2006
If you care, it's L-I-C-E-N-S-E, no wonder you are wasting your time debating this. Geez, my kid can spell better than 99% of all of you so-called "bloggers." And P.S., if his license was taken away for DWI or DUI, then HE WAS OPERATING A MOTOR VEHICLE ILLEGALLY, that's I-L-L-E-G-A-L-L-Y. Now everyone step away from your computers and practice your spelling and grammer!
ally

Brooklyn, NY

#16 Aug 18, 2006
Barbara wrote:
If you care, it's L-I-C-E-N-S-E, no wonder you are wasting your time debating this. Geez, my kid can spell better than 99% of all of you so-called "bloggers." And P.S., if his license was taken away for DWI or DUI, then HE WAS OPERATING A MOTOR VEHICLE ILLEGALLY, that's I-L-L-E-G-A-L-L-Y. Now everyone step away from your computers and practice your spelling and grammer!
I find it insanely amusing that after that whole tirade you misspelled "grammar" .... that's G-R-A-M-M-A-R, smartass.

RIP jordan <3
Rob

Roslyn, NY

#17 Aug 18, 2006
Barbara wrote:
If you care, it's L-I-C-E-N-S-E, no wonder you are wasting your time debating this. Geez, my kid can spell better than 99% of all of you so-called "bloggers." And P.S., if his license was taken away for DWI or DUI, then HE WAS OPERATING A MOTOR VEHICLE ILLEGALLY, that's I-L-L-E-G-A-L-L-Y. Now everyone step away from your computers and practice your spelling and grammer!
No Einstein - Operating a vehicle illegally means driving on the wrong side or the like. DWI means just like I wrote - driving while legally inebriated. Inebriated means "drunk". If you don't believe me, then ask an attorney - thats means "lawyer". I will say this - you do have good "grammer".
Faith

Elmont, NY

#18 Mar 7, 2008
There is no reason to judge Jordan. None of you are God. He was born he lived and he died. Hes in a better place now so please stop judging him and let his soul rest in peace.
lycia davis

Brooklyn, NY

#19 Apr 1, 2008
you want to be spared you ignorant pleb...a life was lost here, a young vibrant life! one of my sons closest friends...you need dispare in your life to understand this or maybe your just an idiot!
Rob wrote:
<quoted text>
Spare us all,please. No one said that your "cousin" was DWI when he killed himself. His license was revoked because he was driving while legally inebriated at some point in the past year. If you do the simple math you will realize that when he was killed he was - ONCE AGAIN BREAKING THE LAW, by driving without a license. What does his DWI mean to you? Apparently nothing. He probably pushed the envelope way too much. We are lucky that he never killed an innocent person with his "living life to the fullest". Lets try to learn from this, please. RIP
A Mom

East Moriches, NY

#20 Apr 9, 2008
A mother and father lost a son, an aunt or uncle lost a nephew; a sib lost a sib; a friend lost a friend...and so on. Tragic death, whether one's own "fault" for law-breaking, or just a random act of inexplicable circumstances and fate, hurts to the core. Yes, we should all not break the law, yes, we should not drive impaired, or drive while enraged. So many angry, angry posts here. Bad things happen to good people, bad things happen to bad people, bad things happen to careless people, bad things happen to cautious people. None of us are spared, whether by our own poor judgement, or whether our judgement is clouded by rage or chemicals or emotions, there is no one who side-steps tragedy in one way or another.
Kinder and gentler and smarter, aspire to that. Deepest sympathies to all those who lost a loved one. Sympathies to all who make poor choices and bad decisions, as those can hurt others deeply. Sympathies to those whose life is centered on 'self' and not others. Sympathies also, and quite significantly, to those amongst us addicted to rage and anger, a sad by-product of our American culture.

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