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November 2nd, 2019, 02:31 PM   #21
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Expected comments from the rossi fan club.
Mick is a member of the Rossi fan club??? News to me.
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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
My post was intended to be somewhat tongue in cheek, but I could point that you guys don’t do irony, given that such terminology was widely applied to one Valentino Rossi for more than a few years. MM regularly makes saves nobody else can manage btw; sure he couldn’t do it without the modern MotoGP technology but some of those saves are ridiculous regardless.

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November 2nd, 2019, 04:28 PM   #23
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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,
There is the evidence that he continues to come out of these crashes relatively uninjured. I personally think considerable luck is involved which cannot last, it is crazy he had that massive highside with the title already clinched while possibly operating with ulterior motives but he certainly at least bounces better than the likes of Dani Pedrosa. Youth, strength and intensive physical training probably do come into it as well as luck though.

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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.
Jack Miller, who had found himself balked by Alex Rins on the same lap, had seen the incident from close up. "I ran on at turn one and saw Marc highside," the Pramac Ducati rider said. "I knew exactly what he’d done. He was d***ing around so much and the left side gets cold. It’s quite hard, the left side here and it got too cold and highsided him. Watching the replay it did not look pleasant because he wasn’t able to get any hands up. It was straight on the face so I hope he’s alright."

After review by the medical staff, he was assessed as having heavy bruising to his legs and knees, as well as pain and inflammation in both his shoulders, though more in his right shoulder than his left, the one he had surgery on. He was given painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs, and will be assessed again in the morning before the race.

I trust Jack's analysis more than Thefault's...

A truly talented crasher should have been able to half-gainer to a soft landing on a well-padded back, then barrel-rolled into a perfect speed-absorbing somersault sequence, culminating in standing with arms outstretched in a V and a giant MM grin... I'd give that a 10.
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Expected comments from the rossi fan club.
Stop being an imbecile. Sift thru my 10 yrs of posts and try again. Twat.
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Stop being an imbecile. Sift thru my 10 yrs of posts and try again. Twat.
Panties in a twist imbecile?
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Although I find the strategies for seeking a tow a bit distasteful, I'd point any of you toward a video of a velodrome pursuit as an example of the additional intrigue the cat and mouse dynamic can create.

Sure Marc got what he deserved, but I only feel that way because of my natural bias in wanting to see a rookie finally show Marc a clean pair of heels. Had the roles been reversed I would have thought Fabio was cunning but overconfident and put it down to inexperience. But I am self aware enough to know it's only because I'm rooting for the kid.

P.s. anyone who tries to argue Marc somehow intentionally minimised the potential injury that high side could have caused either has never seen a highside before, was not watching the live feed at full speed, or drunk.
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Panties in a twist imbecile?
Not at all. I had to throw your panties out... too much brain-cheese must have leaked out yer vag.
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Has Miller gone softs again?!!!
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Not that they shouldn’t strongly back Quartararo as well, but Yamaha should have given Vinales full backing from the start.
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