I heard that his acceleration exceeded his motivation causing his posterior to
pound the pavement.  Reminds me of the time my throttle stuck wide open when I was
climbing a sand dune near St. Anthony and my bike and I were launched over the
crest of the dune into the cool evening air at about 40 mph.  It took about 10
years for my tailbone to stop barking whenever I sat on it, especially on a
motorcycle.

Tom

"Elmer L. Fairbank" wrote:

> At 07:03 12/12/2002 +0000, Sir Chet wrote:
>
> >This accident you describe sounds worse though.  How's that again?  He
> >rode his motorcycle down the stairs and accelerated his fall?
>
> I think he said he was chasing his tail on the steps and tripped over the
> motorcycle, accelerating his downfall.
>
> Till the falling asleep
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