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Matthew Birt  says:

Suzuki to enter new 1000cc bike in selected races in 2013?

Suzuki could be back on the MotoGP grid with a new factory GSV-R 1000cc machine as early as 2013. Veteran Japanese test rider Nobuatsu Aoki confirmed in Sepang last week that he was testing Suzuki’s new 1000cc project recently at the Ryuyo test track in Japan. He hinted that if testing was successful then Suzuki would possibly consider selected wild card entries...

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Depends if you've got anything worth being proud of Benny

I rather like Aquarius' oft cited Samuel Johnson quote of 'Patriotism being the last refuge of the scoundrel'. For sure global cultural diversity is a rich tapestry with many elements that will endure for centuries to come. The global reality of course though is an ever shrinking world of interconnectivity and cooperation.

The E.U is a fine ideal and although its implementation and excessive bureaucracy - not to mention its currency - has been rather clumsy to say the least, it has brought a lot of good to the region; it is the future. Britain's future (or that of Britain's individual constituant parts if Salmond and his ilk have their way) is intrinsically linked to that of Europe and is a voice that must remain heard at the top table of European politics. I'm bringing my kids up in England and I do not want Britainnia to be marginalised by politicians kowtowing to the petty minded pitch fork mentality villagers.

All that said I currently work in Germany. The economic, social miracle of Europe. All hail our new European Empress Angela Merkel. She's vanquished Zapatero, Cowen, Papandreou & Berlusconi, humiliated Cameron and keeps Sarkozy as a pet.

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chrisg011

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chrisg011 says:

National pride?

A distateful term which should be consigned to history alone with racism, sexism and religion.

I have to agree with Samuel Johnson quote of 'Patriotism being the last refuge of the scoundrel'.
There is such a big world to be lived in, so many cultures and new places to see, experience and enjoy why the hell would anyone want to hang on to such an outdated notion of national pride when one can be proud to be of any nation - to make a contribution and to have an effect on any society.

National Pride, the last refuge of fools and foes

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chrisg011

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chrisg011 says:

Be proud of who you are - wherever you're from I say.

be proud - no matter where your from.

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aquarius

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aquarius says:

BUELLIGAN & BUDDY...(2)

Your last comment is typical, Buelly Babe. Sometime in the past 2-4 years you’ve got your frilly, yellow Y fronts in a twist (well – not really “in a twist” – except when they are maybe in the clothes-dryer – I just used that as a “saying” or a colloquialism) & had a monumental “sulk” ever since – hence the psychopathic pursuit of almost anything & everything myself or Nostro ever posts. For the life of me, (well – not really the life of me – that’s just a “saying” or colloquialism) I can’t remember you ever saying anything constructive, sensible or that adds to or embellishes any debate or story.

But get someone who misses the point by a country mile (well- not a mile and not necessarily out in the country exactly – but – you know – that’s just another “saying” or colloquialism) & you and the other insects come out from behind the skirting board like a rocket to join in the lynch mob of others that don’t appreciate that “like a rocket” isn’t really like a proper or real rocket – it’s another – you know – “saying” or colloquialism...

Let me know precisely what your point was. I will consider it with the wisdom of Solomon ( well – not exactly like Solomon cuz he’s been dead a very long time – so this is yet another “saying” – you know – like a “colloquialism”. Golly, gosh – aren’t there so very many of these things lying around in the English language – like a plague of locusts or a swarm of bees or a very big & numerous Parliament of Owls or something? These references to various insects & birds is - you know - just a “saying” – you know – like a colloquialism. Oh bliss. I’m all for more peace & understanding.
 

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aquarius

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aquarius says:

BUELLIGAN & BUDDY...(1)

Buelligan: you suffer from chronic TDD syndrome = Trivial Drivel Dysfunction.
 

You “challenged” me, eh – and Nostro too? When was & what was that about – 1893? I don’t have any recall of this & I have a memory like an Elephant (hey – I don’t have a trunk & big, flappy ears - that’s a “saying”) or colloquialism, OK? Knowing your interests & specialties it would be like, “What time on February 16th, 1989 – did Rossi’s Aunty arrive at his 10th Birthday Party?” I have no recollection so you got me there but neither should anyone else. I just confected that as an “example” ( you know – “a pretend” thing - just as an” illustration” – you know – not exactly an illustration per se – more a “word picture” to show something) of your depth of knowledge & understanding of MCN things that are really important.
 

Like a spade is a spade - & a shovel is a shovel - & a graft is a graft – unless someone says someone from the Antipodes “Calls a spade a shovel” - which some have never heard of because they have so little very little life & travel experience/awareness of other - even English- speaking cultures.

Must be a “dumb as a hammer” dirty, hippy wing-wiper (THAT’S an Army joke, OK?) in the RAF or something – like a RN mess waiter/head scrubber or REMF spud peeler? Well, not really dumb as a hammer – cause I don’t want a legal suit from grossly offended hammers. That’s just a “saying” or a colloquialism, OK? So – instead of reading the contextual waiver first – big ears launches into this specious & offensive bullshit that some “mere colonial Infantry Warrant Officer” hasn’t got & can’t converse or correspond in the Queen’s English. Try, “Allahu Akbar!” - it isn’t something you hear every day way down here but I believe it’s big in Birmingham.
 

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

Haud yer wheesht eh!

Did I upset you by any chance?
Does the truth hurt?
Some may like yer havers but I will go with stumpy and ignore you.
I may not have the words but I know......

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ThePornstar

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ThePornstar says:

Boring

My willy is bigger than yours........

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