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TeachScience

Bye bye Bonnie.

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Ouch! Everyone ok?


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Damn I hope everyone is okay.
















Wait for it.


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That'll buff out.

But you did society a favor, one less brodozer to be a douchebag on the street.

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Hope everyones OK. That's a daywrecker for sure.


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Man that really stinks. Again, I hope everyone is okay.



With your long commute, what are you able to do about it right now? Is the insurance company going to total the vehicle?


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That sucks!



Hopefully everyone is safe.


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I'll live but I can't pick up my 1 year old. How do you tell a 1 year old that you want to hold him but can't?

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I'll live but I can't pick up my 1 year old. How do you tell a 1 year old that you want to hold him but can't?

This is a temporary situation as a result of the accident, right? I expect it makes you feel pretty low right about now to not be able to hold him. However, the bright side is you and he are still together to enjoy more days as father and son, regardless.

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If you're getting another Bonneville, take what you can for the next one.

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That would be way, way, way cool if you did.


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DOOOOOOOOOOOOO EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET!


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Man, what the hell happened? Glad you are OK, and like the others said, temporary situation. Definitely vote for the T/A!


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Hey I know your back is sore and if you need someone to come down to do a shake down run on the car I am there for you. I do not speed or spin tires.


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^^^ this guy. :lol: youre gonna see him on Canadas Worst Drivers.


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