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June 15th, 2018, 07:16 AM   #241
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Again, how droll. I even anticipated this would be your riposte.

I hardly need a thesaurus to debate you.
5 hours to come up with THAT?
Jesus, Mitchell.
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June 15th, 2018, 07:36 AM   #242
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5 hours to come up with THAT?
Jesus, Mitchell.
Yes, an inconsequential reply to an inconsequential barb, which took me approximately 2 seconds when I finally actually read this thread, in the vague hope that there would be something worth perusing on the thread despite you being the most recent poster.

I thought it was Jesus Valentino whom you worshiped rather than Jesus Mitchell in any case.
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June 15th, 2018, 07:41 AM   #243
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I feel like Mike Tyson asked to box a post accident Christopher Reeve here...
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June 15th, 2018, 07:48 AM   #244
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I feel like Mike Tyson asked to box a post accident Christopher Reeve here...
Yes, you are a legend in your own mind.
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June 15th, 2018, 07:52 AM   #245
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Yes, you are a legend in your own mind.
...and Reeves with a devastating uppercut... with his pinky!
Lol.Trll you what, Mitchell. Take that stick up your ass out and try again. This is painfully embarrassing to watch.
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Speaking of master plans, here’s one to ponder.
Honda gets a guy who knows a 3 year old Yamaha and a Ducati from which Honda has nothing to learn from.

If Yamaha signs Pedrosa, they get a guy who knows the current Honda inside out.

I’ll set a reminder for the master plan fans to congratulate Lin Jarvis, the master plan man when it happens.
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Speaking of master plans, hereís one to ponder.
Honda gets a guy who knows a 3 year old Yamaha and a Ducati from which Honda has nothing to learn from.

If Yamaha signs Pedrosa, they get a guy who knows the current Honda inside out.

Iíll set a reminder for the master plan fans to congratulate Lin Jarvis, the master plan man when it happens.
Sure but don't forget Forcada confirmed that the Yamaha is now running pretty much the same chassis that Lorenzo slows develop in 2016.

Not to mention at leaat one rider believes that Ducati is a better bike than both the Honda and Yamaha currently, which for all we know could be true.
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Sure but don't forget Forcada confirmed that the Yamaha is now running pretty much the same chassis that Lorenzo slows develop in 2016.

Not to mention at leaat one rider believes that Ducati is a better bike than both the Honda and Yamaha currently, which for all we know could be true.
Exactly. Hard to draw conclusions from the bikes that have won races given the sample size is three, but Yamaha have gone back to the chassis from Jorge's time, the Ducati (and Dovi) have become competitive while Jorge is there, and the last time Honda looked to have a great bike rather than a great rider who can win on anything was 2014; this year may prove different, although other Honda riders are still not prospering. A Ducati rider rather than a Yamaha rider was also the closest threat to MM/HRC in the 2017 season,
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...and Reeves with a devastating uppercut... with his pinky!
Lol.Trll you what, Mitchell. Take that stick up your ass out and try again. This is painfully embarrassing to watch.
So I should pretend to be illiterate to level the playing field with you?. I actually realise that I can't "win" an exchange of peurile kindergarten level insults with you, particularly if you are the sole judge of the outcome, rather handy for you in terms of who is winning a non-existent contest.

What is embarrassing is your complete lack of insight and lack of understanding of the concept of irony, which is mainly what triggers me where you are concerned. People complaining of bias in others while ignoring their own is a pet hate of mine. Am I biased?. Sure I am, I am a poster on a fan forum. I have reasons why I have come to the position I hold in regard to your hero however, and I find it hard to overlook what are his imo significant past and continuing transgressions against the spirit of the sport which I follow rather obsessively and pedantically as is my wont, and actually feel happy about him winning. You on the other hand will abreact to almost anything positive said about Lorenzo or MM (I wonder what they have in common?) while calling out others for reading only to react, and if you are not on many occasions deliberately posting to elicit a reaction then you have even less insight than the meagre amount with which I had credited you.

Interesting for one who in the last 24 hours bitterly complained about a certain element among Rossi fans being dubbed the Valeban to fashion a personal insult, apparently a devastating non-sequitur/zinger by your own assessment, which involved making light of Christopher Reeve's quadriplegia; see the above.

If we are to fashion insults based on the cinema, as I have said before from my perspective, which perhaps oddly is what counts for me as yours obviously does for you, I see you as the Black Knight in the the Mont Python film; I suppose I shouldn't bring that film up, you might start saying "ni" to me.

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Stop deflecting and using whataboutism, Mitchell.
You fucked up. Just admit it and move on.

Catalunya MotoGP: Crutchlow:
'Lorenzo's absolutely on form at the minute. When he's [riding] like that it's horrendous! - Cal Crutchlow

Returning to the subject of Lorenzo, the LCR rider - contracted directly to Honda until the end of 2019 - felt it was a good move to sign the Spaniard, not least because it denied HRC's rivals of a leading opponent.


"Honda have signed a multiple world champion," he said.

"What they've also done is take away one of the competition from potentially going to another manufacturer as well.
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