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Congrats Bill (trident)

Made'm pay!

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that's what I'm been trying to tell you guys, riding like a douchbag pays off! Can't wait till I'm hit again. $$$
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Justice served - How ya doin Bill on the recovery?

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He wasn't ridding malker, sitting at a stop light and ass packed at 55 mph by a drunk priest.




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He wasn't ridding malker, sitting at a stop light and ass packed at 55 mph by a drunk priest.
Ouch! Fuck that.

Wait, was it an Irish priest? That almost sounds like the beginning to a few hundred jokes.

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He wasn't ridding malker, sitting at a stop light and ass packed at 55 mph by a drunk priest.
I know, I read the article. Just trying to be funny.
Was the injury very serious? He's lucky a priest hit him and not some welfare leech or an illegal beaner.
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Well deserved, that was a serious accident and he was badly injured

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Not worth it at any price. Bill is a good guy, at least he wasn't hit by an uninsured jerk.

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just curious, when this happened was there a posting on here. might be interesting read.
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Congrats Bill! It is about damn time. I know the pain and suffering wasn't worth it, but you and your family can at least be financially comfortable. All the best wishes for you and your family!

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I'm glad for Bill, but no amount of cash will make up for the ongoing problems he has from that accident! I'd rather be congratulating him on more progress physically. At least this takes care of other burdens and he can focus on his family!!

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Nice to bad these things take forever to settle

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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whoa, I had never heard about that accident. That's scary as hell, best wishes for ongoing recovery

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Wow, good news. Congrats Bill, hope you are doing OK.

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