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My oh my, it's sad to 'listen' to the so called 'positive' comments here...'cut him some slack'..'he's a natural winner and will win again'..'all the haters are back on here but he's a world champ, no one can take that away'..JT thinks he's the best thing since sliced bread, NOT just on a bike either and his management is just as over bearing ! Don't feel sorry for the guy, he couldn't care less what any of you think...he'll go on thinking he's god's gift when he's 60...we'll see him on the BBC reminding us all of his greatness. The only problem here is that James isn't quite 'up there,' he's had a few good seasons, exceptional for him, he's been very fortunate and been very unlucky....but please, don't keep reminding his ego about qualifying on the front row in his 1st motogp race and overtaking Rossi there at Phillip island...and a few other minor stats that mean little at the end of the day. He was running on adrenaline and the talent couldn't keep up...again, his ego certainly made