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@Dr GP I don't think he cares. The difference between him and the situation you describe "at work", is that his job was riding a motorcycle fast, and he was the best in the business. You may be more redily replaceable, and need the job, so you play the game and pretend to like people that you clearly dislike. Stoner doesn't need to do that. Firstly, they were prepared to give him much more money. But he had already achieved what he wanted. No doubt he could have stayed on, because he seemed to like riding very fast bikes, but he didn't think it was worth it. Julian Simon is more or less in your situation. No one is offering him 15,000,000 for a year to ride their bike. Maybe he isn't good enough.

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