Monday, September 22, 2008

Have you ever been in a situation where someone was drinking and took the wheel?


If you where in a situation where your driver was intoxicated under the influence of alcohol or drugs? Interviews and stories I have read were talking about a driver who took the wheel under the influence with out telling his son he had been drinking. Luckily this was in middle of no where in New-Brunswick. His father was only driving because he had to bring back his buddies car.

Researches done asking around to peoples in the streets of Canada what where peoples opinions on people who drink and drive, 90% said it was bad, that if you couldn’t resist to not drink if your going to be driving after, to give your keys to one of your friends . A normal human being shouldn’t drive after one –to two drinks depending on what he/ she has been drinking.

Back to the story the father who was driving was driving fine at first until he started speeding up because he was running late, but that was only until his eyes started being heavy and blurry and started swerving to both sides of the road, that’s when the boy noticed his dad wasn’t alright to drive, so he suggested to his father to pull over and to call a taxi, but his father to look tough said oh no we will be fine, but right after saying that he crashed into a ditch and totaled his buddies car.

So ask yourself , was it worth drinking and driving? How do you feel about yourself now? Is it really worth losing your license or even going to jail because you have a child in the car? Or even to risk other peoples life’s that could be driving, or walking in the streets when your drunk driving?

Advice for Sarah David

So my English teacher asked us to write some advice for his newborn daughter Sarah David who is now approximately a week old or maybe a little more now. What I would give Sarah as advice is to go out and have fun, stay away from boys because your dad will beat them up :). But go to your classes, don’t skip, and learn as much as you can, because you need your high school diploma now days. You need a high school diploma to be able to be a garbage man! And soon enough I’m sure a high school diploma wont be good enough, you might need a college diploma or university diploma to be able to get a job for the government. So make sure to finish school, and to stay out of trouble, I think that’s the best advice I could give you Sarah :) .

Friday, September 12, 2008

09 yamaha R1


The brand new yamaha R1 was this time designed to handle just like the moto GP bike's, wich means is made to go around corners alot better then it use to be. Yamaha didn't only make the R1 a very good handling motorcycle but also worked on the engine , meaning the R1 always has lots of power when ever the rider wants to use it. The R1 in stock blue is sold around 15,899$, in black as shown in the picture above, is around 15,999$

09 Yz 250F



The 09 Yz 250F has been modified by playing with the chasis, and the engine, to create an amazing balance to the bike wich makes it easier to handle . This bike has power, that is available to any class riders,(except to beginers of course). Yamaha worked this bike out to make the yz 250F the fasted, but safest, they designed a new clutch, new ignition mapping, and a new lighter swing arm. The yz 250F is sold around 7,949$

P.s M.David, didn't copy paste this one:P got it from : http://www.yamaha-motor.ca/products/products.php?model=2941&class=80&group=M&LANG=en check for ur self :)

Friday, September 5, 2008