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May 10th, 2017, 04:36 PM   #91
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Categorising the political spectrum into left and right is stupid and wrong.
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Not as stupid as thinking you can change people's political beliefs on an online MotoGP forum
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I would say that belligerently making assumptions about the intent of people's actions even though you know nothing about them is an acrid stupid smell.


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I found the article interesting but overall a shitty thing for him to publish.

Yes, we all want to know the inside scoop on these things but the article shows it's nothing special after all, just someone who can't cope on all fronts as you must to be champion.

It's a fucking kid, don't publish a story that yanks his pants down and tells everyone he's no good and never will be.

And then you send it to him and ask for a comment. A fucking kid, what do you think he's going to say when he reads an article that's about to be published making him look like a loser.

And Krop gets to publish what he wants, if he wants. The kid doesn't. Yes, you'll publish his childish retort but what if he said, "I don't give a shit what you think, Krop. You're a mediocre writer spurred on to delusions of grandeur by your ever-fellating readers."? Would he publish that? Maybe. If he wanted to. But he's sure going to publish his hit piece, as he wants it.

So, it just seems shitty.

And I also think it's easy for him to publish such a negative article about a nobody rider. Where's a similar article about an important rider? Oh, no, that might lose him any access.

Where's the integrity now?

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Krops was spectacularly wrong on top of negatively influencing paddock/spectator opinion regarding Danny Kent. David Emmett was irresponsible writing such a shitty chickenshit opinion piece. I'm just glad there were people who agreed that Krop's take on Kent was full of shit. So much for Danny Kent being exiled to Leprosy Island never to be seen again.


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Krops was spectacularly wrong on top of negatively influencing paddock/spectator opinion regarding Danny Kent. David Emmett was irresponsible writing such a shitty chickenshit opinion piece. I'm just glad there were people who agreed that Krop's take on Kent was full of shit. So much for Danny Kent being exiled to Leprosy Island never to be seen again.


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The recent changes at Kiefer show there must have been massive problems, certainly on one side of the garage. I know Taz has taken a massive step up in class regards the series he is now competing in but the gulf in performance between teammates is a bit off. Hopefully he can improve his results in the remaining GPs now as well.
I did think at the time Kent seemed to have been a bit of a prima donna and should perhaps have stuck about to try and make things work. Happy to admit I may have been wrong on this and hope that he gets a fair crack at Moto2 next year. Prove a few folk (myself included) wrong!!!!
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Krops was spectacularly wrong on top of negatively influencing paddock/spectator opinion regarding Danny Kent. David Emmett was irresponsible writing such a shitty chickenshit opinion piece. I'm just glad there were people who agreed that Krop's take on Kent was full of shit. So much for Danny Kent being exiled to Leprosy Island never to be seen again.
He doesn't seem to have any shame over his original hit piece.
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He doesn't seem to have any shame over his original hit piece.
Marcus Buffoon's comment is hilarious. One of your best articles ever mate.

Jesus, that's a low standard. No actual interview from the main subject and Krops character assassination based on faceless paddock opinions under the chickenshit cover of anonymity. Anonymous sources are generally used in whistle blowing situations where retaliation may lead to serious consequences. I'm not sure how this article pasted even a laughable standard for journalism.

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The recent changes at Kiefer show there must have been massive problems, certainly on one side of the garage. I know Taz has taken a massive step up in class regards the series he is now competing in but the gulf in performance between teammates is a bit off. Hopefully he can improve his results in the remaining GPs now as well.
I did think at the time Kent seemed to have been a bit of a prima donna and should perhaps have stuck about to try and make things work. Happy to admit I may have been wrong on this and hope that he gets a fair crack at Moto2 next year. Prove a few folk (myself included) wrong!!!!
Yeah im with you, perhaps Kent may be a bit high maintenance, but it's not like the paddock is devoid of shallow or attention drawing characters, just look at Cuntslow, as arrogant as they come, even quiting on Ducati; so racing does have its prima donas. But I'll say this, Kent is young, if he's behaving like at twat at Cuntslow's age, I'd say he had worn out his welcome. Krops tore down this kid when it wasn't necessary, frankly I still don't get why Kropo had to single him out and write an exclusive piece on the kid (and one based on nothing more than his own imagination.) The article, rather conspicuous, smack as a vendetta by Krops, like maybe Kent had crossed him. Anyway, so we have a cast of various characters in the paddock, a spectrum of good guys and bad guys. I like the way MadMax described Kropotkin's article, "a hit job". We don't know if it's going to go well for Kent at Speed Up, but it sure as hell doesn't help when you got an irresponsible "journalists" telling people this kid is tainted, untouchable, and a liability.

If we dont think Krops words have influenced, check out his comments section for the Misano summary. You have a guy having an ah ha moment of discovery deferring to expert Krops; taking Krop's explanation as to why Marc tried to win the race as fact. 'Oh now I know why Marc had such a fierce last lap, he remembered the Rossi fans who booed him all of a sudden.' There wasn't enough on his mind I guess. Not the fact Pedtrux rear tire was shot after studying him over several laps, not that Marc thought of the significance 5 championship points might make (the margin has decided 06, 15 titles) and not that Marc had been calm behind the leader calculating a lunge over a lap was better than one over a corner (a lesson he learned at EDIT: Austria not Silverstone). No, no, Krops explanation that it was the red mist of revenge towards some faceless fucking Rossi fans that woke Marc out of his stupefied nap. His readers swallowing whole this absurd line of reasoning.

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I'm glad Kent will be back next year, hopefully if he bumps into Krop someone will have given him a well written retort, preferable in public.

BTW who is this Kropotkin, who hides behind a commie name.
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