Fatal Motorcycle Accident on Route 3

Fatal Motorcycle Accident on Route 3

There are 26 comments on the WMAR story from Aug 9, 2008, titled Fatal Motorcycle Accident on Route 3. In it, WMAR reports that:

Anne Arundel County Police are investigating the cause of an early morning accident on Route 3 Saturday that left a motorcyclist dead.

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Brown

United States

#1 Aug 12, 2008
I drove past this accident before the cops and emergency workers arrived. After leaving a wedding reception Friday night around midnight, my wife and I drove right past this guy on the ground who's body was mangled and twisted. I spoke to a friend of mine who was in front of me a couple of miles who drove past the accident, but mentioned the bikers flew past him at a hight rate of speed about a 30 seconds before they crashed, which apparently left one of them dead.
Mysti

Washington, DC

#2 Aug 12, 2008
I was in the area too when I saw the bikers. I saw the accident too before any EMT or Police arrived to the scene. I was leaving a wedding receiption my self in Bowie. How ironic!!
Soytinly

Glen Burnie, MD

#3 Aug 13, 2008
How were the weddings? I say that because most often those type of drivers tend to cause harm to those of us that attempt to live responsible lives.

I see the groups riding like fools often and it always reminds of a bunch of children playing with their toys... Ridiculous!!
frizzy

Boston, MA

#4 Aug 14, 2008
You sound like a boring, pompous ass.
Soytinly wrote:
How were the weddings? I say that because most often those type of drivers tend to cause harm to those of us that attempt to live responsible lives.
I see the groups riding like fools often and it always reminds of a bunch of children playing with their toys... Ridiculous!!
Soytinly

Linthicum Heights, MD

#5 Aug 15, 2008
Pompous?! Whooaa!! That stings...Geez, not sure if I have ever heard someone actually use that word. Still, it will suck going through life knowing you feel that way about me.

Is driving 150 mph on public roads and putting families and children at risk your idea of being "not boring"?
Mysti

Washington, DC

#6 Aug 20, 2008
When I saw him lying twisted in the road.. His hip and back were clearly broken.

I dont think that is an ideal "Fun Time" exspecially for the other bikers that have to live with that image and thought,that they could still have thier friend today.

It was def not boring that night for thier friends...
Fatima Fisher Biker Babe

Washington, DC

#7 Aug 27, 2008
Not all motorcycle riders ride in groups at 150 MPH, and most people who can afford to own a 20 to 50 thousand dollar bike (or toy as you say) in addition to car are not what you would call irresponsible people.I ride with my hubby in a mc club and most of our fallen soldiers have died because of jack ass drivers who dont know how to share the road. What an idiot you sound like to make a mockery of someones death.No consideration to the family of the deceased or the "groups" who you call fools because you dont understand. We dont ride fast we live free and we die happy which is more than you can say about your colorlest,pathetic life.
Soytinly wrote:
How were the weddings? I say that because most often those type of drivers tend to cause harm to those of us that attempt to live responsible lives.
I see the groups riding like fools often and it always reminds of a bunch of children playing with their toys... Ridiculous!!
Fatima Fisher Biker Babe

Washington, DC

#8 Aug 27, 2008
Oh Yeah...Your are a Pompous Ass. Kuddos Frizzy
Soytinly

Linthicum Heights, MD

#9 Aug 27, 2008
Biker Babe, Biker Babe. The essence of reading comprehension is to read the words and then form an opinion. It is generally taught in grade school.
Ever heard of the phrase "don't judge a book by its cover"?
I made no reference to motorcycle clubs. For the most part they are respectful drivers. I said "groups of fools" and another comment was about riding at "150 mph" and how the ones that suffers are the innocent people going about their lives in a responsible manner.
I watched GSXR 1000 go along a guard rail for something like 100 feet at a high rate of speed (unmanned) and just miss a family at in intersection waiting to make a turn; all because the driver, who fell off, was busy playing on a public road. I said nothing about bikers or MC Clubs that drive safely.
Based on your rant you either approve of that antisocial behavior or just never learned how to read. Either way, your opinion of me just makes me chuckle!

Happy Motoring!
Ho Co man

Reston, VA

#10 May 10, 2009
Soytinly wrote:
How were the weddings? I say that because most often those type of drivers tend to cause harm to those of us that attempt to live responsible lives.
I see the groups riding like fools often and it always reminds of a bunch of children playing with their toys... Ridiculous!!
I was always told if you have nothing nice to say then keep your mouth shut.

YOU Soytinly need to follow this rule.
Soytinly

Pasadena, MD

#11 May 11, 2009
Ho Co man wrote:
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I was always told if you have nothing nice to say then keep your mouth shut.
YOU Soytinly need to follow this rule.
Ho Co...so should you then. I was making a comment about the groups of riders that use our roads as a play ground for their high performance toys. Are you ticked off because you are one of those morons that puts everyone at risk?
Ho Co man

Baltimore, MD

#12 May 11, 2009
Soytinly wrote:
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Ho Co...so should you then. I was making a comment about the groups of riders that use our roads as a play ground for their high performance toys. Are you ticked off because you are one of those morons that puts everyone at risk?
What I can't figure out is just what your original comment has to do with this situation. Were you put at risk by this individual?
Were you a witness to this incident?
How much risk are you putting yourself at while trolling a website? I know it's a scary world out there, get off your high horse,stop judging people you don't know.
I did know this person in real life,and considered him a friend.
You must remember what that is like where you have an actual interaction that doesn't involve an LCD monitor.But as long as you stay on the internet trolling we have one less moron to worry about.
Soytinly

Pasadena, MD

#13 May 11, 2009
Ho Co man wrote:
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What I can't figure out is just what your original comment has to do with this situation. Were you put at risk by this individual?
Were you a witness to this incident?
How much risk are you putting yourself at while trolling a website? I know it's a scary world out there, get off your high horse,stop judging people you don't know.
I did know this person in real life,and considered him a friend.
You must remember what that is like where you have an actual interaction that doesn't involve an LCD monitor.But as long as you stay on the internet trolling we have one less moron to worry about.
Once again...the same goes for you ace! Learn how to read! I said "groups of riders". You really are a moron aren't you? Now that the weather is warm I interact with you nuts regularly. Riding between cars or on one wheel on the interstates. I witnessed a families car almost get speared by an unmanned sport bike where the rider fell off

When a sport bike can travel up to 200 feet per second I and numerous other people have almost hit one just changing lanes. You look in the mirror to see if it is clear and that quick a bike is flying by at a ridiculous high rate of speed.
So yea heed to your own words and stay in front of that monitor that you find yourself whining on and stay off the roads!
Ho Co man

Baltimore, MD

#14 May 11, 2009
I am glad you once again revert to name calling and judging people who don't conform to your particular ideals. narrow minded , emotionally stunted people tend to misdirect to avoid confronting the real issues.

Thanks for calling Ace, but I am not a pilot.Also I can read just fine, it's obvious your the one with a comprehension problem.

I asked if you were put at risk by this indiviual , you know, the man this original post is about? no answer to that just that you said "groups of riders"

I asked if you were a witness to this particular incident, no answer to that either (I am sensing a pattern here)

Oh and let me correct you on a few points you are wrong on

This incident wasn't a group of riders.

I do not ride a motorcycle.

The motorcycle involved wasn't a sport bike.

You are wrong to post what you did here, you know it.

AND finally, your original post was the whine that started it all.

Once again why did you even begin to post on this.
Justice Is Blind

Arlington, VA

#15 May 11, 2009
I always thought we were allowed to form our own opinions on this site.The man has a problem with dangerous motorcycle riding and he made his point. Big deal.

The first post said people witnessed bikes going fast. I don't even see where anyone bad mouthed the rider that crashed on here. I don't even see the rider's name on here or in the article. So what is the big deal?

I don't like the crazy drivers in cars or on motorcycles. This is such a non issue.
Jess

AOL

#16 May 20, 2009
I ride an old cruiser with my husband and you would be amazed at how many times a car gets in our lane without looking. I could reach out and touch the car.

Motorcyclist get a bad name because of the few riders that are on the streets and do dumb shit.
Wee Wee

Glen Burnie, MD

#17 Jul 12, 2009
Your a piece of shit you self rightous prick Im sure you live your life so perfect.You never done anything to anyone. So before you start jugding someone else y dont you sit back and think of what you done in this lifetime
oldfriends

Stevensville, MD

#18 Jul 13, 2009
I knew this guy as well, it was a sport bike (2007 suzuki) just to clarify. He was a responsible guy. He has a little girl at home to take care of, I don't think he would have been acting stupid on the road on purpose knowing this little girl depended on him!
Teak

Charlotte, NC

#19 Jul 13, 2009
This is BS this was an unfortunate incident and we should be adults and not argue over a stupid comment made by a callus person. Every one has an opinion those of us that actually were raised correctly to respect the dead would not make comments like that. He was my 1st cousin by marriage. I knew him well and he will be missed a lot. I hope that when you lose a loved one you don't have to read a hurtful comment like Soytinly's.
Curious

Essex, MD

#20 Aug 25, 2009
what was this guys name??

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