12 people injured in Kissimmee motorc...

12 people injured in Kissimmee motorcycle-related crash

There are 73 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Jun 28, 2008, titled 12 people injured in Kissimmee motorcycle-related crash. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Twelve people were injured this morning in a Kissimmee crash involving 10 motorcycles, Osceola County Fire Rescue reported.

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concerned party

United States

#86 Jun 29, 2008
Accept defeat wrote:
ACCEPT DEFEAT and realize your a Loser.
simple

Tavares, FL

#87 Jun 29, 2008
Karma wrote:
Ever been behind one of these slow moving gangs? They take up all the lanes and won't let you pass. I have even seen them block intersections before. Next time please die.
Blocking intersections reason is so we don't hear these words "I JUST DID NOT SEE THE MOTORCYCLE"

They also do that because idiots like you will not stay in your lane, while riding in a "pack" cars/trucks will always want to break them up and or cut off some of the bikers. It seams that your destination is much more important than everyone elses.

Boy we sure can tell who the scared people are out there, hating motorcycles. Deep down inside you wish your wife or mommy would let you have one! Maybe one day when you grow some balls you will get one.
simple

Tavares, FL

#88 Jun 29, 2008
Sarah

Lawrenceville, GA

#89 Jun 29, 2008
Bitch Who Rides Her Own wrote:
I believe that Outlaw group is the same group that supports the Sunnyside Childrens shelter. I bet they do more for charity than most of the 'haters' who have been posting here. My thoughts are with them and their families.
You are so right. Not all bikers are bad. My exhusband and sons knew a few of them and they were great people. They do so much good. They make bike drives for toys for tots also. Give them a break. They are human beings with feelings also. My prayers going up for all of the injured and their families. Wishing them a speedy recovery. I wonder if the ones that are posting negative comments on here can say they have done as much for children as these group of guys. God Bless them.

“"Trying to be civil!"”

Since: May 08

Central Florida

#90 Jun 29, 2008
Tom Johnson wrote:
1204 Kirkman, Orlando
Now Post your's!
<quoted text>
Not a wise thing.
Stop playing whose is bigger.

“"Trying to be civil!"”

Since: May 08

Central Florida

#91 Jun 29, 2008
Wow.
The rudeness on this blog line is amazing.

Some of you do not like motorcycles.
Good for you.
Neither do I. But I do not wish harm to come to those who do choose to ride them.

I hate football. Should I wish for all football players to come to horrible injuries? Or perhaps your televisions should blow up while you watch?

The cause of this accident was NOT the motorcyclists but a motorist who lost control and veered into them. It was an accident of course, but since they were the ones who caused this, why not curse him and wish him harm?

Your lack of empathy, common human decency, and civility is amazing.

When someone is injured in an accident such as this you pray for them, hope for them, care for them. You do not insult and patronize them.

Bet you are all "proud to be Americans". Sad.

“"Trying to be civil!"”

Since: May 08

Central Florida

#92 Jun 29, 2008
Friend Of Outlaws wrote:
The only thing I have to say is...be thankful that some of idiots are able to hide behind your computers. Based on some of these comments, you should be afraid the Outlaws don't find your IP address and find you. Then you won't think it is such a laughing matter at their expense. They would teach you a lesson in humility!
Thoughts are with you brothers!
They have to hide behind their computers.

The internet and blogging most especially brings out the best and worst in people.
I enjoy blogging because it exposes me to new ideas, new conversations, new thoughts (hopefully very different from my own) and new people.
Others blog because they have absolutely no power or strength in their own lives.
Case in point, the inherent ignorance of some of the bloggers on this site insulting those injured.

But rest assured, you do not have to search them out and teach them a lesson. Their lesson is learned every day in life where they have no power. Think about that and laugh as you read their postings.
blaah

Orlando, FL

#93 Jun 29, 2008
Karma wrote:
Ever been behind one of these slow moving gangs? They take up all the lanes and won't let you pass. I have even seen them block intersections before. Next time please die.
you have the nerve best believe your saying the wrong effin thing cuz trust me youd be the next one dieing if they ever found out who wrote this
i hate you do you understand that thats my friend and hes a wonderful man never did a effing thing to no body GROW UP!!!!!
Saint Cloud Gurl

AOL

#94 Jun 29, 2008
My thoughts and prayers are with all involed. I have had the pleasure of working with these ladies and gentleman raiseing money for various charities and children. They donate their time and money to help people in need. They are all wonderful people and my prayers are with them and their loved ones. I hope to see all involved again soon. I love all yaw. :)
Saint Cloud Gurl jh

AOL

#97 Jun 29, 2008
In it to win it wrote:
Hadn't been to bed yet?
When doing a run for charity we like to get up early its cooler out and we can beat the rain and spend the afternoon with friends and family. Yes we do rest before a run the sun is very hot and we do this on our days off from our busy lives.
Juicy

Charlotte, NC

#98 Jun 29, 2008
I'm sending positive thoughts, healing vibes and praying for those injured to have a speedy recovery.

Some of those riders are my family.

All of you who tough guys and gals who are typing trash about them from behind a computer are rude, ignorant cowards.
KJA

Saint Cloud, FL

#109 Jun 29, 2008
All, you should all get the facts before you speak. The driver of the car had a seizure of some sort, crossed the line and barrelled into the motorcyclists who were driving legally and not harrassing anyone. In fact, they were all on their way to a friends funeral. I personally know a few of them and know that they are all experienced riders with many, many years under their belts. I am appalled that you all chose to blame the riders rather than get the facts and learn that it was not their fault.
Knightz

Saint Petersburg, FL

#110 Jun 29, 2008
Evidently a lot of idiots out there, they don't read ALL the facts,etc..and have their own little useless lives..The Outlaws are a GREAT family tradition, GOOD people,many of my friends were on the way to the same funeral to pay respects..that's what a brotherhoods all about..I'm so glad none of them were involved..they mean a lot to me because they are truely good friends to have anytime..would lay their lives on the line for a friend..(unlike the selfish non-caring idiots that ride in their yuppy cars and sip Starbucks on the way to their useless oxygen breathing plain lives)..Outlaws have lives and live to the fullest!!!!!!
Friend Of Outlaws

Saint Petersburg, FL

#111 Jun 29, 2008
Smart Thinker wrote:
<quoted text>
They have to hide behind their computers.
The internet and blogging most especially brings out the best and worst in people.
I enjoy blogging because it exposes me to new ideas, new conversations, new thoughts (hopefully very different from my own) and new people.
Others blog because they have absolutely no power or strength in their own lives.
Case in point, the inherent ignorance of some of the bloggers on this site insulting those injured.
But rest assured, you do not have to search them out and teach them a lesson. Their lesson is learned every day in life where they have no power. Think about that and laugh as you read their postings.
They would NEVER say any of these things to the face of an Outlaw and they know it. That is why they hide behind their computers. I would love to see them walk up to an Outlaw and say things like they do on here. It would never happen.
East Lake

Summerfield, FL

#112 Jun 29, 2008
fran wrote:
<quoted text>
i just left the hospital everyones still alive thank god for that please everyone say a pray tonight for all the people that dont have a heart im goin to pray for you too becuz you have no idea what there family and friends feel like everyones life have changed and all they were doin was goin to a funeral so everyone who are being rude you need to think bout what ur writing on here becuz these r real people whos someones brother someones son someones husband just think bout that
And I'm betting that the driver of the vehicle that caused it all didn't have insurance to help with medical bills and airlifts. Does anyone know.
fran

Orlando, FL

#113 Jun 29, 2008
East Lake wrote:
<quoted text> And I'm betting that the driver of the vehicle that caused it all didn't have insurance to help with medical bills and airlifts. Does anyone know.
it was a newer car so were assuming that he does but he had a "seizure" so they say but people that have seizures cant get a license so theres some crazy bs goin around
Saint Cloud Gurl jh

AOL

#114 Jun 29, 2008
I have just learned that one of the men that was riding a bike has lost a leg. He goes by the name Snake. Snake I wish you a speedy recovery and I will pray for you and the entire outlaw motorcycle gang. Looking forward to seeing you and the rest of the bunch at beef's or the hide out soon. We miss all of yaw'll already.
SYLO

Jacksonville, FL

#115 Jun 29, 2008
A prayer from Jax for all those who were riding and those who are too ignorant to understand that bikers are not always at fault. These folks were going to the funeral of one of their own to pay respect and support the family. Don't judge people by their rides, especially if you don't know them. These people have a lot of miles and a lot of years of experience.
The Outlaws are not a gang, but a club that does a lot of good throughout the US and all over the world. When was the last time YOU did a run for a friend that needed surgery or who had died and his family couldn't afford to bury him? These guys do it all the time!! Know what you are talking about before you post!
Saint Cloud Gurl jh

AOL

#116 Jun 29, 2008
Very well put thank you. We appricate your prayers. I will post any runs for these guys. Any and all prayers and support is needed.
KEKO JONES

Converse, TX

#117 Jun 29, 2008
Mad wrote:
<quoted text>
Kissimme used to be a redneck town, its now predominately Puerto Ricans who dont understand english very well, even most of the billboards are in spanish. If someone states that its not racism its the truth!
RACIST! very simple...
also, you could provably pay more attention to history class.

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