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May 24th, 2018, 09:56 AM   #301
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Competitive by the standard that he was beating less competitive bikes on superior equipment. He was never at the level where he was vying for championships, despite being on 1 of 4 bikes capable of doing so
Big call. The Kawi and Suzuki were super strong in 2007, and the Bridgestones were arguably superior in 2006 and 2007.
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Quit clogging with you petty vendetta crap jumkie. The forum would be way better without your childish griping.
Barry, you've been exposed for a TROLL of the worst kind, that is why you keep thrashing about like a drowning man, bankrupt, sulking over your Rog obsession is exactly what I've pointed out. Nobody has compelled you to repeatedly betray yourself with your own words, aligning yourself with the worst this forum has to offer. This thread should be pinned, highlighting your name on the ugly side of the ledger Barry, you’ve put yourself there, nobody has compelled you, you’ve don it on your own. Repeating your insane theory as cover to take shots at Rog because you are still sooking, sulking, licking your insecurities (and then repeatedly denying it, making it all the more obvious). Resorting to employing bigoted provocation and aided by kesh and lil kesh, counting yourself with those that would mock a few of us calling Theo out on his ‘rider death preferences’, and showing support for Iampony's claimed ignorance, and Kesh's thrice rationalization of racial slurs (which he has used with precision, and as is typical, quite cowardly). You’re a troll barry, on top of being a coward and sulking baby.
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The forum would be a lot better off if Kancer, Little Kancer and BM took a time out.
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Why did you just destroy this perfectly good thread with a Pedrosa take.

Pedrosa’s entry into GP was predicated on the mass centralization theory Honda used to engineer and design the 07 Pedrocycle.
Although they continued to develop that theory, the radical design they built for Pedrosa was shortly scrapped. Very shortly.
One of the variables of the theory is they needed as little moving ballast as possible. Translation, they needed a midget.
Prior to the implementation of the Pedrocycle theory, there is a strong likelihood that a rider Pedrosa’s size ( which was and still is small for a GP pedigree) would have been relegated to the support classes without ever being promoted. Or if so, than maybe some satellite team may take a shot, but most likely never a factory team.

It is generally accepted knowledge that Pedrosa’s size is an impediment to generating heat into the tires. What’s puzzling is how A and B are never connected.
A-Dani’s size
B- Resulting effects of size have determined that it is an untenable variable for success on a modern 1000cc GP bike.

When analyzed from this perspective, the correct perspective, we are looking at an obvious conclusion that is never addressed. Dani Pedrosa’s diminutive size renders him to be insufficiently outfitted to ride a MotoGp bike.

The intangible that he has bad luck, has no relevance when justifying his failures.
This supposed bad luck factor has only once, taken him out of a competitive position, which I wouldn’t consider bad luck since it was his own error, in a rain race.
Even if Pedrosa never had this bad luck he rarely showed the acumen needed to win. He always sits behind the bike in front of him, and gets a tow the entire race.
His only bad luck is his genetics.

Anyone that has watched an NFL draft, has seen that the selection of athletes has become a science, that breaks down every physical, emotional, psychological, sociological and intellectual trait of the the draftees.
They have determined exactly what qualities are needed for a possibility of success down to everything but hair color.
I’m sure most sports have similar processes.
Everyone knows someone who was once a prospect at a professional level but didn’t make it due to a physical trait that held them back.

This is why you don’t see soccer goalies with short arms, basketball or baseball players under 5’10”, gymnasts over 5’3”, porn stars with 3” dicks etc etc.
They are incapable of success on a sustainable level.
Sure there are the occasional Hollywood script darlings that flashed in the pan but that is an diminutive percentile.

Pedrosa’s career was predicated on an engineering theory that was a failure, and he has continued to fail long after it was scrapped.
It must not be viewed as tragically lost by bad luck and missed opportunities. It was lost due to physical insufficiency.
This excuse that the tires are the problem is invalid. The tires are fine by ridden by someone with proper proportion.

Dani Pedrosa was and never will be cut out to ride a GP bike.
Excellent post! We should talk about Pedro more often. The visual I got from reading this post was that scene in Old School during the debate.




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Interesting post.

I reckon, more than anything, his bad luck is that he lives in a control tyre era. When Michelin or Bridgestone made tyres more tailored to suit their top riders (e.g. 2006-2008), he was much more competitive.
I'm fairly sure 06 was the last of the SNS era. Not sure if that's what you mean by "tailored to suit".
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The forum would be a lot better off if Kancer, Little Kancer and BM took a time out.
This forum would be just fine if the The Seven Dweebs (Pissy, Bitchy, Scratchey, Drunkey, Whiney, Cunty, and Flight Deck) would stop ruining the threads with Gestapo disinformation, false accusations, insults, Lord Of The Fly hate campaigns and general sulking. Especially because the source of your angst are members who don't give a fuck what you think. Your campaign is futile. The sooner you shut the fuck up and stop clogging the threads with opinions that nobody cares about, the sooner the forum will go back to talking about racing.
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When did Little Womble last talk racing? Have you met Cock Womble yet?
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This forum would be just fine if the The Seven Dweebs (Pissy, Bitchy, Scratchey, Drunkey, Whiney, Cunty, and Flight Deck) would stop ruining the threads with Gestapo disinformation, false accusations, insults, Lord Of The Fly hate campaigns and general sulking. Especially because the source of your angst are members who don't give a fuck what you think. Your campaign is futile. The sooner you shut the fuck up and stop clogging the threads with opinions that nobody cares about, the sooner the forum will go back to talking about racing.
Look everyone! Little Methhead shows up only when he needs to piggyback.

Piggyback Wally doing what he does best, ride on the coattails of the losing side because he is too stupid to figure out right from wrong.
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I'm fairly sure 06 was the last of the SNS era. Not sure if that's what you mean by "tailored to suit".
Agreed, but Michelin produced a variety of tyre constructions/compounds etc. in 07/08 - these would've been aimed squarely at their top-performing riders.
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This forum would be just fine if the The Seven Dweebs (Pissy, Bitchy, Scratchey, Drunkey, Whiney, Cunty, and Flight Deck) would stop ruining the threads with Gestapo disinformation, false accusations, insults, Lord Of The Fly hate campaigns and general sulking. Especially because the source of your angst are members who don't give a fuck what you think. Your campaign is futile. The sooner you shut the fuck up and stop clogging the threads with opinions that nobody cares about, the sooner the forum will go back to talking about racing.
Everyone knows that Kancer, Little Kancer and BM are the ones that consistently divert the discussions from racing to infantile nonsense.

Almost all of your posts involve meaningless flaming. The same applies to Kancer. The same applies to BM.

If people call the perpetrators out on it, it doesn't make the objector the problem.

Feel free to prove me wrong. If you three take a week off the forum after the next race (and don't register or use an alter-ego username), you'll see the forum overwhelmingly return to racing talk. Or are you scared that I'll be shown to be right?
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