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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-20-2012, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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Well, got my helmet ready, I was going to paint it safety yellow but decided to wait on that for now.
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Looks awesome. I saw a guy over the weekend with an orange safety vest with "BEER DELIVERY GUY" stenciled on the back. I laughed my arse off. Who wants to run him over? LOL

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Well, got my helmet ready, I was going to paint it safety yellow but decided to wait on that for now.
Well that should endear you with all of the drivers out there...

The lettering just looks too big to me, if I can read it a safe distance behind you it kinda would piss me off......

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That helmet is likely to piss off some redneck driver, and get you run over or shot. I certainly understand the sentiment, but you are on the road with idiots in much larger vehicles than yours, and the last thing I would want to do is make one of them mad before they tried to run me over. You might want to reconsider the yellow.

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Well, I took the bottom sticker off today after thinking about what you guys said and then being told by the police in the town I work in that I should seriously consider removing the profanity.

Thanks for the input guys, and Jerry, I'm still considering the safety yellow.

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