seruzawa· The Toad
I'm still trying to figure out what the added significance of having a lawyer give motorcycle riding advice might be. I'm much more interested in how many years and miles of m/c experience the advisor has.Um, gee, well thanks for sharing, Mike. Next week, Mike's going to fill us in on how to safely refuel that motorcycle without blowing up the bike, the gas station, or yourself.
I guess I should be used to it, though. At work we keep getting "safety tips" on all sorts of subjects from people with absolutely no experience in any of those subjects. I love the one's about how to put gas in your car, drive on ice. The tips on motorcycle safety usually come from some idiot 'expert' in HR who just got out of college and never rode a bike in her life. Some of my favorites are: "never use your rear brake when turning", "cars stop quicker than bikes" and "the roads are more slippery when they are wet." LOL!
"Don't drink paint."
"Alcoholic beverages can cause loss of judgement."
Where would we be without lawyers?