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  1. SpitFyRRe
    03-01-2009 12:49
    I think that's the way MN works as well. WI is goofy. You don't have to have insurance until you need it. It's all backwards in WI.
  2. SpitFyRRe
    02-28-2009 16:33
    Tell me about it. There's plenty of people in the Midwest who should not have driving privileges and yet they do. Whatver happened to survival of the fittest?
  3. SpitFyRRe
    02-26-2009 22:24
    Sounds like minneapolis when people drive with snow. I went up there last weekend and it had barely started snowing and I saw one car way up in a ditch and one that hit a concrete wall. All you can do is shake your head.
  4. SpitFyRRe
    02-26-2009 22:04
    you're kidding me right?
  5. SpitFyRRe
    02-26-2009 20:36
    I got a look but that was about it. People in the Midwest forget how to drive when they see a single snow flake it's terrible. It's like ok you've lived in WI for how long and you forget how to drive in 5 months?
  6. SpitFyRRe
    02-26-2009 20:21
    we had schools closed for a couple of days because we were -25 or something like that. My instructors didn't care, told us to suck it up since crime doesn't stop for -25 degrees to which I responded, that's true, but I'll bet my ass it slows down!
  7. SpitFyRRe
    02-26-2009 20:08
    Yeah it's 21 flipping degrees here and it's still snowing, 45 degrees in WI is like t-shirt weather, especially after this last winter. Does WERA do anything with CRA then? I know we accept the license's to race at BIR, or at least I thought I checked in a few...
  8. SpitFyRRe
    02-26-2009 15:53
    I've heard good things about WERA. I used to know someone who used to race with them, I think some of our CRA boys race in that circuit every now and then.

    He's actually got his bachelors in criminal justice, he just doesn't know what he wants to do with it yet. He wanted to get into LE, but he made a mistake when he was younger so he's trying to put time between the offense and his job. He actually works for a chemical dependency treatment facility right now.

    Dude. We just got 4" of snow in less than an hour, apparently we're supposed to get 10", I think we'll get more haha. It's seriously a whiteout right now. My group got a break from testing out of our driving course since none of us could see and we have to be timed. It's nuts.
  9. SpitFyRRe
    02-26-2009 11:52
    So does that mean you're in the UNL and HW classes or how do they class them where you live?
    An exboyfriend got me into motorcycles, after we broke up, I did some stupid stuff, and then decided to get my M-class (WI motorcycle license). My current boyfriend and I met through motorcycles and I had been volunteering with the CRA (Central Roadracing Association) before he started racing. The pucker factor goes up 10 fold when it's him out racing, but he stopped racing the 600. His brother and best friend race there, and they're all novices. The Novice MW races are the ones where we actually have both whambulances up and running and keep the chopper on stand by. When they race the long course, turn one is the fastest turn in the nation. When there's a crash on that corner, they're leaving in the chopper or the bus.

    What track do you race on?
  10. SpitFyRRe
    02-26-2009 10:19
    upon looking at my DL for one of my classes, it appears I've had my motorcycle's license for almost three years. Those 1098's are just gorgeous. What do you race?

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