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March 7th, 2018, 03:05 AM   #71
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synn has quickly established himself as a moron in quick fashion.
Was “quickly in quick fashion” quick enough? Or would you have preferred it to be quicker?

I’d prefer a quick answer if that’s possible.
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March 7th, 2018, 03:31 AM   #72
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Was “quickly in quick fashion” quick enough? Or would you have preferred it to be quicker?

I’d prefer a quick answer if that’s possible.
And now he's having a go at folks grandma ....
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March 7th, 2018, 03:32 AM   #73
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Dovi is not scared to speak up. He never did simply because that's not part of his personality. Honestly that's one of the things that made me like him since the very beginning: being a polite and humble person in a world of divas (while you're making milions which also increases the diva feeling) is a big plus. I was lucky enough to chat with him a couple times and he's even more polite and quiet away from the spotlight.

The 2017 situation with Lorenzo is a perfect example. They used to hate each other back in the 250 days so I would doubt they are besties nowadays. Ducati hired Lorenzo, paid him about 10 times more than Dovi and Dovi smoked him for a whole season almost winning the championship. On top of that Lorenzo refused team orders in Valencia and while that would have not have influenced the championship it was just unclassy IMHO.

Yet Dovizioso never, ever talked sh** about Lorenzo with the media. He's a class act and class acts just don't do that.
Yet even if he had spoken up after Valencia, noone would have accused him of not being classy. Quite the contrary. People would have applauded him for finally not being a pushover and given him respect.
Sometimes you have to throw shit at the wall and kick a few lamps over. It puts people on notice. Dovi doesn't have that in him, he's like a Saudi Arabian wife.
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March 7th, 2018, 03:37 AM   #74
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Yet even if he had spoken up after Valencia, noone would have accused him of not being classy. Quite the contrary. People would have applauded him for finally not being a pushover and given him respect.
Sometimes you have to throw shit at the wall and kick a few lamps over. It puts people on notice. Dovi doesn't have that in him, he's like a Saudi Arabian wife.
And what would him speaking up have done?

Dovi is way to classy and focussed to be "peoples" next episode of East Enders. Or pander to the boppers wishes to demonise Lorenzo.
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March 7th, 2018, 04:12 AM   #75
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This.
I struggle to understand why simple concepts completely confound the posting elite in this forum.
For the simple-minded among us...

Cal is a stream of consciousness babbling idiot box.

Johann's verbal skills (in two languages) are immaculate and well thought out.

Worst analogy ever.
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Yet even if he had spoken up after Valencia, noone would have accused him of not being classy. Quite the contrary. People would have applauded him for finally not being a pushover and given him respect.
Sometimes you have to throw shit at the wall and kick a few lamps over. It puts people on notice. Dovi doesn't have that in him, he's like a Saudi Arabian wife.

You remind me of hockey fans that go to games hoping to see the players fight.

It's easy to diss your rivals when things are going well for you and bad for them, class stands in being able not to.
Even Stoner, of whom I am an enormous fan, couldn't resist throwing shit at Rossi when the latter was having a hard time on the Ducati.
That kind of behaviour, in my opinion, just isn't cool.
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For the simple-minded among us...

Cal is a stream of consciousness babbling idiot box.

Johann's verbal skills (in two languages) are immaculate and well thought out.

Worst analogy ever.
...and the point was not about the quality of what comes out of their mouth, but That they both have the capability of ruffling some feathers in a factory setting.

Take the two grey cells that you have, put them in a mutual fund with 10% return per annum and come back in about 65 years to continue this conversation.
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Odure.
Is that French?
Old French, over here it means "something regarded as being morally offensive".
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Old French, over here it means "something regarded as being morally offensive".
In English, we call that a Lorenzo.
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In English, we call that a Lorenzo.
Then obviously English isn't your language.
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