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April 24th, 2018, 01:49 PM   #21
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Is it possible that there is someone on the board thicker than #22? It seems so.

Here's some elementary logic: In considering whether Marquez' riding is dangerous, all the incidents he has been involved in are relevant (including his clash with Espargaro).

In considering whether Marquez' riding is dangerous, how hard Petrucci hit Espargaro means fuck all.

You're welcome. You're getting a free education.
You are thicker than 22 by a country mile. You proved it already in the other topic about motomutters when you had the gall to say Marquez was slowing Rossi down at Sepang '15 which was you talking completely out of your ass. A growing trend with every post you make.

You keep bringing up Espargaro and ignore that Espargaro had no problem with the contact. He did with Petrucci. That puts one down. You think it was dangerous, Espargaro did not have any complaints so you whining about it is laughable. When talking about Marquez and Argentina which is what you've been whining about incessantly, you have to bring up Petrucci/Espargaro because it's relevant to what was going on during the race.

That leaves Nakagami who he squeezed by but did nothing we haven't seen a thousand times over the years. That's two down.

That leaves the Rossi incident which was overblown as he was ahead of Rossi and Rossi didn't want to back off like he should have. A move Rossi deployed numerous times over his career by the way. Marquez's front slipped, big fucking deal, it happens it mixed conditions. Rossi didn't want to give way and found himself on the ground due to the front slipping. But it was considered a mortal sin ONLY because it was Rossi.

Free education? For that to work, it would mean you actually know something and secondly have points that can't be demolished in quick fashion.

You have no idea what dangerous riding is and what you deem dangerous riding has been going on forever in GP. Marquez making close overtakes where there was some contact is not the same as Wayne Gardner trying to run Mick Doohan off the Gardner Straight at 180MPH. Doohan himself admitted to putting guys off the track. No penalties for any of it.
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April 24th, 2018, 01:53 PM   #22
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Marquez, the rider of a generation, will continue to dominate the sport and will never get the recognition he deserves because, at the apex of his career you desperate houseslides are too busy directing undeserved attention at an irrelevant rider.
"houseslides" is that like an "asshat" or "twatwaffle"? I couldn't agree much more. We are missing out on maybe the greatest thing ever on a street motorbike, because some want to suck old Italian sausage. It is forking weird, I tell ya'.
And this sums MM up. This is the guy that saves 100+ mph crashes with his elbow! He is just a thrill to watch ..... to ME!
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And even so, thanks to his special deal with the laws of physics, heíd come all the way through to challenge Rossi for sixth.
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"houseslides" is that like an "asshat" or "twatwaffle"? I couldn't agree much more. We are missing out on maybe the greatest thing ever on a street motorbike, because some want to suck old Italian sausage. It is forking weird, I tell ya'.
And this sums MM up. This is the guy that saves 100+ mph crashes with his elbow! He is just a thrill to watch ..... to ME!
That quote about Marcís special deal with gravity was great
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Houseslides "ARE" initiated with the rear brake. Arent they?
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Is it possible that there is someone thicker than #22? .
No chick has ever uttered these words
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That quote about Marcís special deal with gravity was great
Straight to the gravity of the situation.

If you live in a glass house don't throw rocks.
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You have an open invitation to bring your Man on Man Action to Misano.
Just a small tip, in the real world you canít tap out of a choke.
Yawn...i'm going to rename you 'thrush' from now on because you're such an irritating cunt...if mummy lets you go to Misano make sure and stand somewhere where the cameras can pick up the action,i'm looking forward to watching a line of grown men slapping a spotty little herbert in a Rossi romper suit..
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Very good article. I agree with most of it, but not the rather absurd conclusion that "Marc should be left to ride as he does". He needs to rein his behavior in. The clashes with Espargaro, Syahrin or Rossi could've been very serious.
Too true, someone could get hurt. Come to think of it RC, strapping an 18 year old malnourished kid to a 250 hp death machine is perhaps not the best idea. Absurd in fact, what the fuck were we thinking? Aren’t we supposed to be the responsible adults in the room? Let’s wait for him to get a little older and wiser then. 39 years old should do nicely.

Humans aren’t exactly renowned for being rational RC. Case in point, MotoGP. An actual death sport. Can we do it safely please. But make it entertaining...........

Come to think of it, case in point, MotoGP forum.................
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Yawn...i'm going to rename you 'thrush' from now on because you're such an irritating cunt...if mummy lets you go to Misano make sure and stand somewhere where the cameras can pick up the action,i'm looking forward to watching a line of grown men slapping a spotty little herbert in a Rossi romper suit..
Inspired by your post op medical history?
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Inspired by your post op medical history?
So are you going to declaim that we should believe everything Michael Scott writes because he is a journalist of repute and better informed/more knowledgeable than anyone on this forum ?.
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