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Some creeps drugged our old dogs.

Broke down our garage door.
Packed the tank bag GPS, camera.
Took my helmet, my gloves and the Dragster...

Police, very efficient at gathering fines.
Facing B&E useless, they don't pretend to care.
Couldn't even find and fill the right form on their computer screen.
On second try; mangled my address and the Dragster features!

Insurance worse, but real good at cashing premium.

Straight out of Mike Judge Idiocracy.

Well ... it's only a bike, a broken lock and wood splinters 馃挬
 

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People suck. :mad:
 

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SHITHEADS!!!!!!
 

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That's horrible. Do you have any means of recovering your loses?
 

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Hope the dogs are ok and your insurance Co pays you out. Good luck mate.
 

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Having something stolen is truly a sickening feeling. I hate thieves.
 

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Oh man, that sucks. Prayers for doggos-- they are the best.

Thieves are the worst.
 

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Man, I wish you had them on camera messing with your dogs. I am sure you feel violated.
 

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Sorry to read this, but does "end of the road" pertain to your riding lifestyle?
 

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...does "end of the road" pertain to your riding lifestyle?
Sort of.
This 2 years old Dragster was more transportation than lifestyle.

Fat insurance premium, fine print even, had me believe I was covered,
wouldn't get shafted.

I was wrong.

Thieves break, steal.

Insurance grabs premium then pile-up plain outlandish or absurd demands and paperwork
to avoid or slow covering the loss.
At least Dick Turpin wore a mask.

End of the road on MV Agusta.
 

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Keep watch for a first Gen Brutale 910
 

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Sort of.
This 2 years old Dragster was more transportation than lifestyle.

Fat insurance premium, fine print even, had me believe I was covered,
wouldn't get shafted.

I was wrong.

Thieves break, steal.

Insurance grabs premium then pile-up plain outlandish or absurd demands and paperwork
to avoid or slow covering the loss.
At least Dick Turpin wore a mask.

End of the road on MV Agusta.
G'damn thievery all around. Really sorry to read that but I totally get it.
 

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I have to say insurance companies are in business to make money. Some health insurers don't cover motorcycle crashes.... It's in the fine print.
 

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Discussion Starter · #16 ·
... insurance companies are in business to make money...
Thieves are too.
Only difference: thieves got no prints, fine or otherwise.

Now for obfuscation of Shakespearean inspiration.
-"We have to have your motorcycle assessed."
-"Lady, this motorcycle was stolen !"
-"Yes, yes... We need to have your bills ... purchase, services, parts, bank statement proving all this was paid.
We assess your bills."

I just sent, Registered Mail , all the paper trail.
Title, printed proof that my title was clean,
even my spare key they asked for, bubble wrapped.

Bottom feeders, sad clowns.
 

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FFS
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Discussion Starter · #18 ·
Police called this morning very early.
They found my stolen Dragster!

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Dismantled

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In the basement of some tenement nearby.
Almost ready to be shipped somewhere.

Wrecker:
-"You sure you want to see your bike?"
-"Errrm yess...."
-"Ready for a shock."
 

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Just damn.
 

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so sorry. Now what?
 
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