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May 16th, 2018, 03:37 PM   #81
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That's too much for synn. Back then he was being carried around in his dad's scrotum sack.
I'm actually surprised this thread has stayed in tact and not gone nuclear.

Anyway, here is another great performance, speaking of scrotum sacks, Pedros most likely had access to SNS, remembering he discarded his at Estoril in 06 (see my previous post) and of course VR (sorry Rossi fans, just a point of fact). Check out the last lap! 2006 Sausage Ring, 4 way battle for the win.



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May 16th, 2018, 03:44 PM   #82
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4 posts into the thread and you’ve done your part to derail it. Oh well, so much for the “ignore” button, perhaps it doesn’t work properly.
Hola Yaya!

The button works just fine - I don't see his posts but couldn't miss the thread.

Have to say your post is shite. Back in the day - the number one bullshit accusation from you and JKD was Net Nanny Net Nanny Net Nanny and now the huarache is on the other foot. You always did play it from both sides of the fence.


The thread is doing just fine. Nobody is bitching and moaning except you. Stop cloggin' the thread.
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Hola Yaya!

The button works just fine - I don't see his posts but couldn't miss the thread.

Have to say your post is shite. Back in the day - the number one bullshit accusation from you and JKD was Net Nanny Net Nanny Net Nanny and now the huarache is on the other foot. You always did play it from both sides of the fence.


The thread is doing just fine. Nobody is bitching and moaning except you. Stop cloggin' the thread.
The thread title says nothing about Rossi (Unless you agree with me that he is the GOAT).

Another bullshit Kurryfart lie busted. You canít help read my posts and you know it.

Now run along, real men are discussing real racing here.
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Hola Yaya!

The button works just fine - I don't see his posts but couldn't miss the thread.
Wait, so you don't "see" Synn's post, but you know its someone on your "ignore" list, and this prompted you to troll the thread blindly? That's fascinating. What's the point of using the ignore feature if you ignore it?

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Have to say your post is shite. Back in the day - the number one bullshit accusation from you and JKD was Net Nanny Net Nanny Net Nanny and now the huarache is on the other foot. You always did play it from both sides of the fence.
Well, let's see who is playing nanny:


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How many ďI like RossiĒ threads do we need?

You registered your disapproval of this thread, that is, you try to 'control' the content of the forum, that's what nannies do genius.


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The thread is doing just fine. Nobody is bitching and moaning except you. Stop cloggin' the thread.
Actually Kesh, I was late to this thread but I did notice some others pointing out an attempt to derail the thread and the side conversation about it. Pye replied to you expressing that Synn had yet not abused anybody and expressed hope for the thread, Mdub pointed out a tally of trolling attempt highlighting the fact Synn had not overreacted, Gaz and MikeM acknowledged that the thread is legit until it's not, so no, I'm not the only one "bitching" about it. I'm holding you accountable Kesh, the onus is on you, not only did you pledge but you said you finally discovered the ignore! I'm not gonna let you just troll a thread and let it slide when you're the only one making promises. You said you were going to ignore 'your' trolls, you're doing a piss poor job of it given post #5 was a trolling attempt, and off topic I might add. Take responsibility, say something like, my bad, shit you could have deleted the post since it was out of place. You're the one making pledges and promises. The thread is about great performances, so you don't need to express your disapproval.



Now let's move on. Talk about some great performances, can we do that? We don't need your permission. You know any great performances people can talk about? Add one instead of poo pooing the thread immediately as you did. Give this place a chance!

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Smoking the rear tire going over Lukey Heights was something special.



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How do you bring up Dungey and forget Villopoto. RV waxed Dungeys ass his whole career and had a similar persona, but slightly more emotional.
Dungey was like a whipped dog. Itís one of the reasons I never liked him very much. No matter how much he got beat, it never seemed to bother him.

I get why you liked him, heís a class guy but he seemed like he was always going through the motions and resorted himself to second place. He reminds me a lot of Dovi
Whipping dog? I donít know about that, see below.


He reminds you of Dovi, that's a great compliment to Dungey then! True, Dungey didnít wear his heart on sleeve and didnít rub it in people's faces when he won. Sure Villapoto was a great rider, but he quit, and I know how much you hate that (ha!). Actually, my disappointment for Villapoto came when he raced in MXGP and looked like he was just going through the motions. No desire to win like he used to show in SX. Dungey was mild mannered, but his last championship season we saw raw emotion against Tomac. The greatest thing I could say about Dungey is that he refused to employ dirty chickenshit tactics of running people off track or using rivals as berms, dirty tactics that are infuriatingly allowed in the sport.

Synn didnít specify, and I hope nobody expresses their 'disapproval', but one of the greatest SX performances was Ryan Dungey, Minneapolis 2013. Enjoy.




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Actually, one I forgot ......... dates back many years.

1988 French GP.

Gardner, Lawson, Schwantz, Sarron

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I liked Villopoto more than I liked Dungey. I mentioned Dungey in order to bring an example to help anyone reading getting a better idea of what I was saying

However since you mentioned it and since I like American motocross almost as much as I like MotoGP I'll be going OT and give you my opinion.

Talent, speed and technique wise there's no comparison. RV > RD and honestly that's not debatable IMHO.

I only reckon Dungey comes off as a more chilled dude, which brings us back to the example I made above about sponsors loving him. Dungey had that "I'm just a nice kid" appeal, nothing could touch him like you say.

RV wasn't more emotional, he was simply rawer. Kinda like Casey.

We are anyways talking about two amazing sportsmen, I'd like to underline that.
Agree with much of your take, but I'm compelled to point out a few facts, Dungey was on a KTM that at the time was still trying to break the Japanese factory strangle hold on SX titles, and he succeeded, whilst Villapoto was on one of thee best ran SX teams and packages with Kawasaki. Second, Dungey was the cleanest rider ever to win multiple titles bar none. That makes it more difficult to win when you refuse to capitulate to dirty tactics, tactics I should point out are accepted in this sport. Thirdly, without looking it up, Dungey has got to be near the top 5 in all time wins, and certainly his consistency is noteworthy. If he didnít win he was generally on the podium.

Ryan Villapoto's career is stellar, I'm not inclined to say Dungey played second fiddle as their careers though overlapped, were on staggered trajectories; Ryan Dungey is in the conversation of the all time greats with, Villapoto, Hanna, Stewart, Carmichael and the King of SX Jeremy McGrath.

This here is one of Dungey's greatest MX performances (I posted a SX one above). I've raced amateur here at Glenn Helen. I can tell you the TV doesn't do this course justice. It's utterly sick, scary difficult, and these two were racing at death-defying speeds. Enjoy.




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Actually, one I forgot ......... dates back many years.

1988 French GP.

Gardner, Lawson, Schwantz, Sarron

Since we're going way back ....

Any ride by Jarno Saarinen

He kinda changed racing and stepped up the competition. A style changer.
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Another race that was fantastic, but solely for the actual racing as opposed to a single rider masterclass was PI last year. That was edge of the seat stuff, there was a fair bit of rubbing but it was one of my favorite races for a long time.
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