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A picture is worth a thousand words - but I wrote them down anyway!

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 Haha this is brilliant!!
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 The Black Tusk is the background is wicked
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 Pretty much sums it up tup
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 Its a sure shame he is was disqualified for such an illegitimate rule.

What I dont get was it was in practice that he drove to the base ( not shuttled) to just train for the event.
In practice who cares how one goes about doing what they think is training.

I feel very sorry for the whole event!
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 I think, he'll be alright, his composure after what happened shows his a tough guy and it gives good prognosis for him and for the series Smile As with everything in life, consequences are taken by the person capable of taking them, truth gets subsided in favour of politics, someone has to take one for the team. We tend to look for sources of moral values in very strange places and take strange people as role models, thus sometimes we expect certain people to be stainless. That power of a successful admired man, the idol, fascinates me, as sometimes I get completely carried away by it - like after watching Senna movie, not able to stop myself percieving the man as Jesus 2.0 or something Big Grin . Hence I can't care much about that Tweeting either. It ain't alright by any means but if someone gets put off from "the sport" or stops believing in the "spirit of the sport" because few blokes made few stinky farts, then hey - why bother getting into it at all. Focus on the positives, they are just big cocky boys, it's one of components making them reach those heights, I'm sure they will sort it out between themselves with less than a half of a beer. Let's not make Wrestling theatre out of it.

Fortunately for the image of Enduro all the upcoming emotions coming with all those events at Crankworx will clean the air.
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 Yes, I agree, during his interview he was very composed and under control with great respect for the situation. I know how outraged I might be but, he really kept his cool, I commend hime for his understanding of such a ridiculous call by the officials. Cheers mate, Im having a tall glass of bitter ale as the smoke is filtered through the nonsense. I tip my glass to you, in respect for all the idiots who are making garbage out of clean venues! RideOn to Fabien, I have a new found perspective that I didnt before!
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 Crap! I run out of Ale... But I have some Guiness left so cheers to you and RideON! Hah! I have something better for the Fabien occasion! French Kronenburg 1664 Blanc. Awesome wheat bear. CHEERS! In Sweden we can buy alcohol only in few places, only between 11-18, mon-fri. Not so easy to fill up the fridge!
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 WOW thats awful, here in Japan I can buy beer 24/7 however we dont have the awesome wheat and other ale's with a deep rich aromatic aroma, which I love.
I can however get Guiness now even though its on the pricy side!
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 We have lots of different kinds of beers in Sweden - from dark Ales I like Sierra Nevada IPA. But man, I've been in Poland for holidays and beer culture exploded there. Due to harsh contract conditions pubs said "screw you" to large beer companies and prefer to order small amounts of different kinds from smaller vendors. It's a wonderful madness, so many pubs offer lots and lots kinds of beers from all over the world, and many from tap. then there's so much new micro-breweries started in Poland recently. I've been in one pub where they had three different beers on tap but each came in two versions: one with CO2 and one with Nitrogen (like in Guiness). That wheat beer with Nitrogen I drunk that night was unbelievable, smoothest thing ever, off course if one is into it. It was dangerous as it was quite strong, but felt like lemonade. I also tried a dark porter with Nitrogen, much heavier but still - amazing.
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 Yes, in California its the same. I drank way too much on my trip back, ahhhha I love all the dark heavy beers with a deep aroma. Something which not so popular here in Japan. Most people prefer a light logger which is good but, I would rather enjoy 3 different kinds of different beer than the same over and over. The micro brews were very tasty, I wanted to try many more but, it was time to go back to Japan, ahahhahhahah
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 More of this is needed. Give the common sense guy a job as EWS Issue Analyst and Resolver!
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 haha i love the concept and the artwork
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 i recognis your drawings, i think you must be team rumours !
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 Ha ha - good cartoon Waki.
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 You drawing even made its way on some French forums haha
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 Who cares?????? Must not have much to put on this site today if this is what you've come up with.
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 Well there are several articles on several sites with many comments under each (ok even if half of them are mine it's hundreds OK?) so many people DO care about it. Why did you look into here if you truly don't care? It's about entertainment maaaaen - I like to fk it up for short sighted people! It entertains me. Get it? - I'm fine if you don't... I mean I'd still shake your hand. Maybe have a beer with you... if you only be interested off course... I get lonely here... I'd like to have a beer with someone... anyone... still with me?... I mean... I don't know... help? anybody?... Don't mess with me cuz I'll fkng find you and kill you! I am soooo maaad bro!
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 HAHAHA that's hilarious!
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 What happened exactly ?
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 that last cartoon he drove to the base and road up and then down
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 Must be a really poor artist as I wouldn't buy his art...
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 ahaha - I thought this was the only level of art you can afford - just kidding, cheers! Wink
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