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November 03, 2015 2:40 AM

MotoGP » Honda: Data shows Rossi 'kick' on Marquez

Dallas: the brakes was thrown off and it surprised him. So maybe not a deliberate fall, but not Rossi's fault. In the end, yes Rossi was in the wrong as he has admitted deliberately running MM wide, but there was no intent to cause him to crash.
If I fire my handgun indiscriminately into your house with no intent to injure or kill anyone, but I shoot you to death in the process - am I responsible for killing you? I didn't intend to kill you - didn't mean to kill you - killing you was an accident. Am I responsible? VR is holding the smoking gun after turn 14 and MM is in the gravel with a DNF.
Yes you are responsible for involuntary manslaughter. However, in this case the gun is being held by MM, who fired a shot into the house and the bullet ricocheted off a steel column hitting him in the head. The house owner is being charged for having a steel column. What’s funny is how long Honda have taken to write this


October 29, 2015 2:29 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Sepang in past, focus on Valencia

My prediction: 1. Pedbot, 2. Puppy Dog Batter Boy playing kiss chase with his boyfriend, 3. Potato Head wishing his puppy dog would stay a puppy dog because hi is not his boyfriend just a weekend play thing, and really can you take yours toys out of my motorhome, 4. Northern Money, 5. O'rang'r, 6. I'll come out of the closet one day 7 - last: the rest of dreamers who hope to be WS champion (but never will), but are happy with pay packet, because when all else fails they can go WSB. Closet hugger becomes WC by 1 point. Repsol stays in the championship Puppy Dog Batter Boy and Potato Head enjoy a weeks holiday in Paris, before publicly breaking up.


May 29, 2015 4:07 AM

F1 » No ban on alcohol sponsors in F1, says Todt

So what will the German and French run EU want to look at banning next - Aerosol sprays promotes vapour sniffing. Car advertising gives the impression that you can drive that car like a F1 car. Fuel promotes global warming. Soft drinks promotes obesity. Red bull, well that's just plain dangerous. World wide delivery couriers promotes outside of EU shopping, so all free trade agreements will be f....d. Banks promotes borrowing - and we know happened there. Posh clothes, well they just make you look stupid. And anything else that can upset their ridiculous left wing ideals.

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