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post #51 of 55 Old 01-14-13, 15:59
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If you don't start your ride on the MotoGP starting grid then you're a squid/noob/tool/faggot/loser.

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"slow is smooth, smooth is fast"
Only reason I'm not on the MotoGP starting grid is because they haven't seen my race videos yet. They won't accept them because I was wearing shorts, t-shirt, and flippy floppies. I then told them I beat the local record in that 3-mile stretch of the road. Jerks still won't accept my video. For that reason, I am not a squid.
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post #52 of 55 Old 01-14-13, 16:56
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If you don't start your ride on the MotoGP starting grid then you're a squid/noob/tool/faggot/loser.

Haters gonna hate




"slow is smooth, smooth is fast"
you can call me anything, dont go and call me a tool! Its just not nice.
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post #53 of 55 Old 01-15-13, 18:27
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Seen those videos a while ago, amazing skills. There's another video for the making of that one, he takes quite a few hard knocks. I've had a few of my mates that thought they could ride pretty well, have a go on my trials bike and they all were exhausted/bruised after 30 minutes or so and that thing only weighs about 70KG/150lbs~.
Haters be hating but most of them probably lack the necessary core strength, stamina and bike control that "Mr. Squid" has in that video.
Also, he's got another one of him doing better stuff on a frozen lake!
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post #54 of 55 Old 01-16-13, 19:27
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I've seen a few videos of that guy. Professionally done and pretty impressive all around. At least he does it with a crew of people standing by in case something goes wrong and as far as I know does it in empty places where others can't get caught up in a wreck when he has one.
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post #55 of 55 Old 05-15-13, 21:54
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at least he is in a lot and not on the road

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