Been in a serious ATV accident? Know someone who was?

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Been in a serious ATV accident? Know someone who was?

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If so, I'd really like to talk with you about your views of ATVs now. I'm working with a couple of magazines/news outlets and need first hand interviews (phone, face to face etc) about your experience and views.

Please PM me.

Thanks!

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I have a couple fo stories. I'll get them written down later and sent over to you.
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This topic sounded like a ad for an attorney - fishing for work. :shock:

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I twisted my ankle once. I had trouble walking for a few weeks and missed a NASCAR race. Does that count as serious?

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Thanks Danny. Send em on over.

LoLing at Brian. :lol:

Thanks for the PMs to, I'll be in touch later today or tomorrow
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Post by Glamisbound »

Brian_A wrote:I twisted my ankle once. I had trouble walking for a few weeks and missed a NASCAR race. Does that count as serious?
Heck yeah :lol:

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I twisted my ankle once. I had trouble walking for a few weeks and missed a NASCAR race. Does that count as serious
Missing a NASCAR race is very serious!!
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Post by Winston Cup »

Sand Commander wrote:
I twisted my ankle once. I had trouble walking for a few weeks and missed a NASCAR race. Does that count as serious
Missing a NASCAR race is very serious!!
That's silly. All the tracks are ADA compliant. No excuse.


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