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November 2nd, 2019, 06:53 AM   #11
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Exactly what MM deserved... fucking qualifying shit.
Yeah, that was some obnoxious bullshit. Especially as the championship was not on the line. He was just being a prick.

... I do hope the little fucker is alright tho.
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Did you see MM in slow motion? (Not the link in above post.) Once again, I tell you he controls his falls. He actually landed on his feet - being highsided! He didn't stick out his hands - avoided wrist damage. I was told in these very forums it is not possible to control how you crash. By people who cannot do it ...
What makes you think he was in control? How he landed was nothing more than chance. Nobody, not even MM, can control how they will fall when violently thrown in the air at high speeds. I've seen dozens of guys be thrown and land (momentarily) onto their feet.
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What makes you think he was in control? How he landed was nothing more than chance. Nobody, not even MM, can control how they will fall when violently thrown in the air at high speeds. I've seen dozens of guys be thrown and land (momentarily) onto their feet.
See! Told ya ...
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Yeah, that was some obnoxious bullshit. Especially as the championship was not on the line. He was just being a prick.

... I do hope the little fucker is alright tho.
Interesting that he feels the need to play such games with FB.

I trust he won’t look to mobilise his fanbase against him.
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Here is how MM crash unfolds. As we know now Keshav is the standard of human capabilities. What he cannot do nobody can. So we have to assume there is a Guardian Angel in action every time MM crashes.
The first picture shows how this Guardian Angel lets Marc to get upright and step on his bike.
Second shows how his GA lets him land on his foot.
Third picture illustrates how GA managed to override Marc's natural reflexes and to avoid breaking his wrists pulls his hands towards his body, so the impact goes to the heavily padded elbows instead.
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Here is how MM crash unfolds. As we know now Keshav is the standard of human capabilities. What he cannot do nobody can. So we have to assume there is a Guardian Angel in action every time MM crashes.
The first picture shows how this Guardian Angel lets Marc to get upright and step on his bike.
Second shows how his GA lets him land on his foot.
Third picture illustrates how GA managed to override Marc's natural reflexes and to avoid breaking his wrists pulls his hands towards his body, so the impact goes to the heavily padded elbows instead.
Who knows?. If so it wouldn’t be the only thing he does on a race track that is impossible for mortal riders.

What does seem to happen is that he becomes more accident prone once he has clinched a title. I think what he does takes inhuman focus, although it is less obvious than it was with Casey Stoner, who only had 2 years of such focus in him.
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Immortal, inhuman...man you did not have pussy in a while to use such superlatives over a man riding a motorcycle

I guess you enjoy Marvel movies a lot ?

Have you seen the crash article where he says he wasnt looking to follow Fabio ?

When he retires i predict a good career in politics for Marquez, has all it takes
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Here is how MM crash unfolds. As we know now Keshav is the standard of human capabilities. What he cannot do nobody can. So we have to assume there is a Guardian Angel in action every time MM crashes.
The first picture shows how this Guardian Angel lets Marc to get upright and step on his bike.
Second shows how his GA lets him land on his foot.
Third picture illustrates how GA managed to override Marc's natural reflexes and to avoid breaking his wrists pulls his hands towards his body, so the impact goes to the heavily padded elbows instead.
When you begin a rebuttal with an ad hominem attack it's always a red flag pointing to a lack of evidence or grounded logic. Ask anyone who's ever raced and crashed. The violent kinetic energy that catapults a high-sided rider into the air is absolutely unpredictable at those kind of speeds.

In a slow speed low-side people can to a degree guard the wrists or whatever. You think you have a legit argument, go ahead and show some proof.

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Here is how MM crash unfolds. As we know now Keshav is the standard of human capabilities. What he cannot do nobody can. So we have to assume there is a Guardian Angel in action every time MM crashes.
The first picture shows how this Guardian Angel lets Marc to get upright and step on his bike.
Second shows how his GA lets him land on his foot.
Third picture illustrates how GA managed to override Marc's natural reflexes and to avoid breaking his wrists pulls his hands towards his body, so the impact goes to the heavily padded elbows instead.
Horseshit. You are creating a nonsense narrative. It's like people in olden days who explained that famine and flood were the result of some predetermined path that the gods were behind, because they could not accept that sometime shit just happens. Just utter nonsense. You
believe it not because you have the least bit of evidence to prove it but rather because it suits you to believe it,
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Exactly what MM deserved... fucking qualifying shit.
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MM finally got bit while looking for his 10th qualifying tow of the season.

Expected comments from the rossi fan club.
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