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I don't think you can claim the moral high ground when you have posted on the thread too...by definition they own you too.
I am sick of the baiting on and by Crash. I am also sick of hearing about Casey's comments which, although I am sure they are presented by the journo's to trigger a reaction, are either incredibly ill considered in their wording or just disrespectful. Although he was a fast great rider, what Casey illustrates time and time again is that he has no concept of what makes a "sport" in that it is not just about competing and winning, but fans, media, sponsorship, publicity and close fights. There are numerous reports of his rudeness to fans and those racing in support classes. As someone slogging my guts out for a decent living, I find his constant criticism of the sport that made him enough money to retire at 27 disgraceful and given that is the way he feels I am glad he has left.