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June 4th, 2017, 02:56 AM   #61
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Anything he would have done to his helmet you would have attacked him anyway. The '69' is more promnent than the '4' and stick out nicely. If he didn't do anything, you would have attacked him for...not doing anything for Nicky. You use the death of Nicky as excuse and another opportunity to forward your obsession and anti Rossi agenda to attack and rip into Rossi yet again. What does that make you? You're truly a sick individual and need mental therapy.
Oh look, the clown car showed up and dropped you off.

Must be time to glory-hunt. I'm sure you've got your tribal banner ready to go should the race outcome be to your liking.
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June 4th, 2017, 02:57 AM   #62
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Anything he would have done to his helmet you would have attacked him anyway. The '69' is more promnent than the '4' and stick out nicely. If he didn't do anything, you would have attacked him for...not doing anything for Nicky. You use the death of Nicky as excuse and another opportunity to forward your obsession and anti Rossi agenda to attack and rip into Rossi yet again. What does that make you? You're truly a sick individual and need mental therapy.
Given the quantum levels greater numbers with a pro-Rossi obsession and anti-every other rider agenda, like those who booed Vinales for the sin of qualifying on pole at Mugello, at worst Jumkie is perhaps providing some balance.

I believe Jumkie may also be a fairly long term fan of Nicky's through thick and thin, had actually met the guy, and may be fairly genuinely upset about his very premature death.

How about you glory boy? I guess there is always Lewis Hamilton or Manchester United when Rossi retires.
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Great day of racing, so far. GP has a lot to live up to in my book.
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Given the quantum levels greater numbers with a pro-Rossi obsession and anti-every other rider agenda, like those who booed Vinales for the sin of qualifying on pole at Mugello, at worst Jumkie is perhaps providing some balance.

I believe Jumkie may also be a fairly long term fan of Nicky's through thick and thin, had actually met the guy, and may be fairly genuinely upset about his very premature death.

How about you glory boy? I guess there is always Lewis Hamilton or Manchester United when Rossi retires.
You are a joke. How is the death of Nicky correlate to Rossi? Using the death of a rider now becomes an opportunity to rip into Rossi? You and the other 4-5 posters who are responsible for 95% of the posts on this joke of a forum are pathetic. No wonder this place is almost total dead.
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You are a joke. How is the death of Nicky correlate to Rossi? Using the death of a rider now becomes an opportunity to rip into Rossi? You and the other 4-5 posters who are responsible for 95% of the posts on this joke of a forum are pathetic. No wonder this place is almost total dead.
Perspective is all.

Your idea of a tragedy would seem to be Rossi "only" having 7 premier class titles because Marquez and Pedrosa dared to contest the last 5 races of the 2015 season.

If this forum is dead because of the distaste of 4 or 5 posters for Rossi fans of your ilk who are incapable of making substantive posts, then I guess that's the way it is.
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You are a joke. How is the death of Nicky correlate to Rossi? Using the death of a rider now becomes an opportunity to rip into Rossi? You and the other 4-5 posters who are responsible for 95% of the posts on this joke of a forum are pathetic. No wonder this place is almost total dead.
From the moment the accident happened, there were news reports about Rossi's feelings on the accident. Rossi always becomes front and center and everything he does is about himself. He has no self-awareness left, and thinks everything is about him. He's been this way for years, so tact or lack thereof is something completely foreign to him. He could have just put two number 69's on his helmet, but using his own number with a 9 added after the '46' reeks of his usual attention-whore bullshit.
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You sound like an incurable case of omniscience... No surprise, that being you, -- but unless you are in Rossi's head how can you even remotely know his real intentions and feelings? Even to a suspect killer one would leave the benefit of doubt...
I have to say, my go-to thought when seeing the photo of the helmet was,
two sides of the same coin. Wouldn't have occurred to me that this was
self-serving; and I'm pretty damned cynical. Brought to mind those
corny (tho well meant) split heart lockets teens used to wear in the
'70s where each one wore one half of the heart on a chain.

If Rossi were to market the tribute helmet - I would change my mind.
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It's rare that I can post something about Rossi without it turning into something negative. I can understand why some [don't] feel the way that I feel, I just don't share their opinion. I think it's a good thing we all have different opinions, would be a boring forum otherwise if it was the same post in and out.....
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I use to share this MotoGP racing interest on a site where the Rossi fans dominated. When some started wishing others to crash, like Marquez and Lorenzo, I had to go. It does get contentious around here, and I imagine it can be tough on a Rossi fan like yourself. But, I haven't seen anyone wishing Rossi to crash. Thank goodness not everyone hates Rossi. That would be boring, too.

Nick Harris is building up the Rossi expectations even higher. Like there isn't enough Rossi insanity at this race. Crazy. I couldn't handle the Rossi pressure that is for sure. I would probably forget to turn on the start map and wheelie over backwards or something else idiotic.
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