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November 22nd, 2017, 01:26 PM   #161
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... and a letís say, accommodating compatriot in 2015 to do it again.
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The latter is a point I made myself, and I also said motogp wasn't WWE yet. I also have a long term view independent of you that UFC is not a legitimate sport either, precisely because of the scripted rivalries, and also because like boxing which I followed in my youth and which does involve a modicum of skill I can't countenance a sport in this day of CTE in which the primary object or one of the primary objects is to concuss an opponent so badly as to prevent them continuing. Are you going to tell me results are not contrived in boxing, btw?. UFC looks similar to me, not that I watch it as I said.

You continue to make my point about you having little to offer other than ad hominem and the straw man logical fallacy btw, while my point that I expect a UFC fan to have the attitude you have to gp bike racing is more a point about your attitude and arguments than your intelligence, although if you wish to abstract/draw an implication about your own intelligence from said argument I feel no necessity to stop you.

As far as posters not being as smart as I (or they for that matter) think they are, while I thought you were having some fun without malice and satirising/providing a counterpoint to posters on here including me for being over the top about Rossi I replied in kind. You now reveal yourself to have been merely pretending to have some perspective/sense of humour about him, and have outed yourself by getting to the Valeban doctrinal stuff ie Rossi definitely winning in 2010 sans the broken leg and but for a plot in 2015, so you should perhaps not be surprised if how I respond to your posts in kind changes.
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Oh btw, please stop pretending to even care about racing.

I can see by the exciting participation in the Jerez test thread how many of you actually care about racing. Just face it, you lots feed off negativity, leeching off every newsbit about Rossi and trying to spin it into multipage forum rants, too busy to care about actual racing.

If he retires in 2019, I really do wonder what most of you will do. What do parasites feed on when there is no host?
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November 22nd, 2017, 02:40 PM   #164
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Oh btw, please stop pretending to even care about racing.

I can see by the exciting participation in the Jerez test thread how many of you actually care about racing. Just face it, you lots feed off negativity, leeching off every newsbit about Rossi and trying to spin it into multipage forum rants, too busy to care about actual racing.

If he retires in 2019, I really do wonder what most of you will do. What do parasites feed on when there is no host?
They won't stop watching until Marquez gets his 10th, just be assured that Rossi can no longer be called the GOAT.
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And yet heís still around for another fight while Biaggi had to runaway to WSBK after even getting Rossiís bike to mount a challenge and still failing...

Funny bringing up 2010 and 2015 though. After getting creamed for a couple of years, J.Lo needed a broken leg to get one up on Rossi in 2010 and a letís say, accommodating compatriot in 2015 to do it again. I am sure he broke Rossi on the track like the golden era examples discussed earlier.
Ah good old boppers and their absolute preoccupation with this theme of mentally broken riders. Ok they are all brave enough to strap their minus 60kg bodies onto a metal 250+ hp bucking bronco to risk death while breaking all manner of body parts, yet when faced with that man mountain Valentino Rossi they quickly revert to the fetal position sucking thumb and mumbling to themselves.

Yet ever since SNS was abolished rider mental health seams to have miraculously improved. Perhaps taking Uccio up the you know what is where the real fear resides.
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Dude, you realize what this thread title is and that it was created to normalize Stacey Moaner’s little tantrum right?
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The stress of a big fight against Ivan Stoner cheating Drago? We were discussing Rocky Rossi 4 weren’t we? He was one brave sob that Italian Stallion not even the Russians could break him.

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Oh btw, please stop pretending to even care about racing.

I can see by the exciting participation in the Jerez test thread how many of you actually care about racing. Just face it, you lots feed off negativity, leeching off every newsbit about Rossi and trying to spin it into multipage forum rants, too busy to care about actual racing.

If he retires in 2019, I really do wonder what most of you will do. What do parasites feed on when there is no host?
Most found that race anti-climactic. I actually stopped watching because I didn’t approve of Lorenzo not letting Dovi by, despite being a Rossi-hating Lorenzo fan before the race who was mildly going for MM for the title over Dovi, but wasn’t interested in what looked like an MM procession to a win in the circumstances and not feeling I could support Lorenzo for the win. I regret not watching now, I would like to have seen Dani take a win.

Other than that I have watched pretty much every minute of every premier class race since 1986 when broadcasting of gp bike racing started in Australia, except the odd race in the US run at 4am our time,, obviously just so I would be in a good position to hate Valentino when he came along.

Methinks you project too much. And if ad hominem is all you have left having had little more to start with, I could perhaps observe myself that you would seem, much like Valentino actually, to have a sense of humour about other people but very little about yourself.
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Oh btw, please stop pretending to even care about racing.

I can see by the exciting participation in the Jerez test thread how many of you actually care about racing. Just face it, you lots feed off negativity, leeching off every newsbit about Rossi and trying to spin it into multipage forum rants, too busy to care about actual racing.

If he retires in 2019, I really do wonder what most of you will do. What do parasites feed on when there is no host?
To be honest I couldn't give a gnats chuff what happens when he retires, my favourite GP rider retired nearly 20 years ago and I still watch.
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