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CRASHING AND LEARNING

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ust go faster and lean over farther until you crash.” Acceptable advice for waterskiing but not so good for motorcycle riding! Yes, you can learn lessons from crashes, but you have to survive them first and have enough money and health to return with your newfound knowledge.

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