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November 22nd, 2017, 11:16 PM   #181
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Me too I’m calling the shrink.
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November 22nd, 2017, 11:48 PM   #182
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Try the one Stoner went to.
I hear that he finally stopped curling up in the bathtub and crying. That shrink is good!
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November 23rd, 2017, 12:06 AM   #183
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Try the one Stoner went to.
I hear that he finally stopped curling up in the bathtub and crying. That shrink is good!
Wow, how can the Rossi Haters forum stand up to someone of such wit and intellect?.
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November 23rd, 2017, 12:10 AM   #184
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Wow, how can the Rossi Haters forum stand up to someone of such wit and intellect?.
And hes such an individual .... so revolutionary! Ive never seen another like him
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November 23rd, 2017, 12:27 AM   #185
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Wow, how can the Rossi Haters forum stand up to someone of such wit and intellect?.
I donít know, maybe you should start trying sometime?
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November 23rd, 2017, 03:26 AM   #186
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I find it ironic when Rossi fans try to point out that Lorenzo only won in 2010 because of Rossi's broken leg or 2015 because of a supposed conspiracy theory yet Rossi only won his championships with special tyres that were made to his liking and the one title he won on a control tyre he had the advantage of having already ridden on it the previous year.
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November 23rd, 2017, 03:44 AM   #187
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I find it ironic when Rossi fans try to point out that Lorenzo only won in 2010 because of Rossi's broken leg or 2015 because of a supposed conspiracy theory yet Rossi only won his championships with special tyres that were made to his liking and the one title he won on a control tyre he had the advantage of having already ridden on it the previous year.
lol.
That was some rather easy trolling, if it wasn't obvious already.

Did its job quite well though, from what I see.
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November 23rd, 2017, 04:27 AM   #188
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lol.
That was some rather easy trolling, if it wasn't obvious already.

Did its job quite well though, from what I see.
You are so clever Synn, none of us can cope.

I apologise to my more mature fellow members for being sufficiently bored to engage with the 1120th or so personage of your ilk to visit the forum, and for any implication that I am in any way representative of the forum.

As for logic being dead on this forum, it would appear to have been stillborn in you, and the gene for recognising irony would seem to have died out from your lineage as well. Even I have been known to discuss GP bike racing substantively, which you have yet to do while decrying the lack of same on this forum. I guess that is different though, ad hominem which you employed from the get go being justified when you employ it, and your opinion as opposed to the opinions of others having the status of fact, which is all any so-called "logic" you have proffered amounts to.

I don't engage in debates in point form with the illiterate, btw, nor do I do other than scan any attempts by same at prose. If that is a character flaw, I plead guilty.
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November 23rd, 2017, 05:21 AM   #189
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Made you type out a medium sized paperback.
That’s pretty successful in my books.
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You are so clever Synn, none of us can cope.

I apologise to my more mature fellow members for being sufficiently bored to engage with the 1120th or so personage of your ilk to visit the forum, and for any implication that I am in any way representative of the forum.

As for logic being dead on this forum, it would appear to have been stillborn in you, and the gene for recognising irony would seem to have died out from your lineage as well. Even I have been known to discuss GP bike racing substantively, which you have yet to do while decrying the lack of same on this forum. I guess that is different though, ad hominem which you employed from the get go being justified when you employ it, and your opinion as opposed to the opinions of others having the status of fact, which is all any so-called "logic" you have proffered amounts to.

I don't engage in debates in point form with the illiterate, btw, nor do I do other than scan any attempts by same at prose. If that is a character flaw, I plead guilty.
Sums it up pretty well.

Just another in a long line of worthless Rossi posters who show up around season's end to try and justify another title-less year for their golden god by trying to run down everyone else who has beaten their false idol to a title.

I think I'll rewatch Valencia 2015 this morning just so I can watch that P1 battle with the same delight I had then, knowing Rossi was too slow to keep up with the leaders ultimately. All those riders pulling over couldn't even save his precious 10th title. Quite possibly Lorenzo's finest ride in GP that I ever saw. Was amazing the way the M1 was hooking up out of the final corner that day.
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