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A few points.
Lorenzo has his head screwed on and saw how it affected Sete and Vale. I think he wants to avoid those types of mind games.
Pointing to Lorenzo doing a similar move would be valid if it wasn't for the fact he was a little kid basically. MM isn't and has lots of experience.
Talking of MM experience, on a BBC interview MM said criticism of his hard (overly) aggressive riding style 'goes in one ear and out the other ear'. This is a bad thing IMO. One should always be aware that you don't know everything and other peoples perspectives are worth considering.
There were a good few times MM went into corners so fast he nearly rear ended Lorenzo. I counted 4 watching the race live. His overtakes were similar: fast, deep, wide. Only hitting Lorenzo stopped him going wide again.
Combining some of the above - MM riding and his refusal to consider alternative views - I have to side with Lorenzo on this point and maybe only points will make MM have a second thought.