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Old 11-20-2007, 11:20 PM
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Old 11-27-2007, 04:07 PM
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RIP Aaron Michael Bazan
Sept. 5, 1985 - Sept. 13, 2007


I would like to inform everyone that "hattrick" was my boyfriend of two years and passed away on September 13, 2007 in a tragic bike accident at 22 yrs. old. He was on his way home from work at 2p.m. and a 79-year-old man pulled out of the post office in a tahoe without seeing Aaron. The man hit him with the front left of the Tahoe and he was run over. Aaron was driving the speed limit, wearing his helmet, gloves, and bike jacket. He was doing everything right, he just wasn't seen, as I know many bikers aren't. So please, I know it's a thrill to be on your bikes, but please please be careful of other drivers. Aaron was always careful and would always try and make eye contact with other drivers on the road, at stop signs, etc... but this time it just didn't work. So please please have fun out there and be careful at the same time.
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Shane Stringer
7/17/1979 - 4/24/2007


SS954RR "Shane Stringer" died while riding on I-79 in Cranberry, PA. Whatever the outcome of this accident is, this is a man who will be missed. He leaves behind two children, family, and Superman who loved him like a brother.
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RIP my good friend Tim. You were taken too early from us in a car crash.
October 9th, 2009 RIP

HARDCORP There are many urban legends as to what truly means for myself. It means being the Hardest , Physically Fit, Marine within my chosen profession within the CORPS . The 8654 is a 2ND MOS designation, Which Stands for a Reconnaissance Parachute / Diver Certified Marine Also Hold a Nother MOS 8551 As a Martial Arts Instructor. Not much of a choice for me as where I was headed fourth-generation Marine
HARDCORPS it can also be found in the urban dictionary. It was placed there by the 13th Marine to ever leave Force Reconnaissance

Something he said.

The Greater Good:

We will gladly shoulder the burden for the greater good to
smite thy enemy as they rise up like locusts we will rain down death and
distruction upon them till they are nonexistent we shall hunt them down and
slaughter them at rest, at prayer and upon the field of battle for the greater
good for we are awash in a sea of blood death and destruction we are besiege by
thy enemy tormented and anguishing over deeds done for the greater good and
self-preservation they ravage, our souls like blood flowing from a blade
piercing the heart and leave but a shadow of the humanity that once shined
brightly within us. But rest well we are here vigilant as always and
unappreciated and seldom heard of the PMC the modern day Praetorian
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