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May 7th, 2018, 09:02 PM   #11
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Barry is thinking of me, how sweet. Glad I left an impression.

Maybe Trump and Marquez should hold hands ... to take on Stormy Daniels. She's a bargain apparently, be sure to sign the agreement however.

Still going on about Mom's, and that's somehow a good thing? You like 86 year olds, whatever floats your boat I guess.

Maybe you boys should get a room.
I hsve absolutely no idea what you are on about.

WhoTF is a Trump?

And it mum not mom.
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May 9th, 2018, 08:45 PM   #12
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Marquez says shit happens like in Argentina and Jerez and although people are mad, the three combatants at Jerez have handled it like gentlemen , Rossi, not so much.


"I was the first to accept what happened and I apologised, like what happened in Jerez, it happened in Argentina. In Jerez the three have been gentlemen.
"Three riders crached out that were competing for the world championship but they kept control and accepted that this can happen. It doesn't go any further although nobody is happy.
"A lot of people, riders, try to use their status and name for their benefit but this is not good for motorcycling."
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Marquez says shit happens like in Argentina and Jerez and although people are mad, the three combatants at Jerez have handled it like gentlemen , Rossi, not so much.


"I was the first to accept what happened and I apologised, like what happened in Jerez, it happened in Argentina. In Jerez the three have been gentlemen.
"Three riders crached out that were competing for the world championship but they kept control and accepted that this can happen. It doesn't go any further although nobody is happy.
"A lot of people, riders, try to use their status and name for their benefit but this is not good for motorcycling."
He,s more than a few steps above rossi in the ethics department thays for sure.
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the three combatants at Jerez have handled it like gentlemen
https://www.motorsport.com/motogp/ne...y-bid-1034445/

#04: "He was fast, but he was too slow in the middle of the corner, he was struggling too much with the front. I think he also didn't want to let me past, and he stopped too much in the middle of the corner.ď

#99: "That is my merit because with no pace I can lead race and another rider can't do that, it's my lucky thing, my talent, let's say, in the last years.ď

Oh, shit son. Itís terrible when actual quotes get in the way of forum propaganda!

BRB, getting some popcorn to watch the Ducati bitchfest for the rest of the year.
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May 10th, 2018, 12:47 AM   #15
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Marquez says shit happens like in Argentina and Jerez and although people are mad, the three combatants at Jerez have handled it like gentlemen , Rossi, not so much.


"I was the first to accept what happened and I apologised, like what happened in Jerez, it happened in Argentina. In Jerez the three have been gentlemen.
"Three riders crached out that were competing for the world championship but they kept control and accepted that this can happen. It doesn't go any further although nobody is happy.
"A lot of people, riders, try to use their status and name for their benefit but this is not good for motorcycling."
What I want to know is how you, located as you are in the USA, forced MM to say this to aid propaganda on this forum.

Interesting that MM is fighting back a little off track. Historically this would be ill-advised cf Max, but if he keeps winning I guess he can say whatever he likes, which is how the whole Rossi thing was established in the first place. I still don’t defend MM’s approach in earlier years of his career, but he is looking recently more and more like a thoughtful intelligent guy with a sense of humour.

One of the many ironies in regard to our boy Synn is him protesting about members of this forum being boring old farts while preoccupied with defending the ultimate boring old fart in MotoGP terms, one Valentino Rossi.
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May 10th, 2018, 01:03 AM   #16
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Can’t wait for the wall to come up in the Ducati garage!
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Canít wait for the wall to come up in the Ducati garage!
You're getting owned on here as well fat lad..
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May 10th, 2018, 01:11 AM   #18
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What I want to know is how you, located as you are in the USA, forced MM to say this to aid propaganda on this forum.

Interesting that MM is fighting back a little off track. Historically this would be ill-advised cf Max, but if he keeps winning I guess he can say whatever he likes, which is how the whole Rossi thing was established in the first place. I still donít defend MMís approach in earlier years of his career, but he is looking recently more and more like a thoughtful intelligent guy with a sense of humour.

One of the many ironies in regard to our boy Synn is him protesting about members of this forum being boring old farts while preoccupied with defending the ultimate boring old fart in MotoGP terms, one Valentino Rossi.
It's a male crush he's got going on...he'll get over it when his balls drop..
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May 10th, 2018, 01:19 AM   #19
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The self destruction of pie boy is rather beautiful to watch. Leaving messages everywhere in the hopes that I would bite.

I could say I got under your skin, but I don’t quite cherish the thought of being trapped between a pasty white sack and 7 inches of lard.

Keep trying though, one day you will get better. I promise!
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The self destruction of pie boy is rather beautiful to watch. Leaving messages everywhere in the hopes that I would bite.

I could say I got under your skin, but I donít quite cherish the thought of being trapped between a pasty white sack and 7 inches of lard.

Keep trying though, one day you will get better. I promise!
You have bitten fuck knuckle...the troll has been trolled..and owned..
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