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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner makes it super six at Phillip Island

Casey Stoner’s love affair with the spectacular Phillip Island track continued yesterday when he romped to a stunning sixth successive victory on home soil.The Repsol Honda rider could not have scripted his farewell appearance in front of a record breaking crowd any better as he led from the second lap to finish close to 9.5s clear of newly crowned world...

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

Buttbubble

Blimey you're swapping the odds a bit quick, your original post said 4/1 on, if you don't understand what that is you shouldn't be putting bets on things. Now you're saying the bookies are giving 4/1. So to be crystal on this, your first post means take £4, look at your hand, hide your thumb, and that's four, that's what you would have to put on to win, hide three of those fingers, to win £1, have you got that.

Now you've got 4/1, remember that one little finger you were holding up, but don't tell anyone, you'd only need to use that one to win £4, have you got that, and quite frankly, I'd give Rossi a 20% chance of losing the title, if he's in the first three at mid season, wow, that's a toughy for you, get yourself a piece of paper and a pencil, remove socks, that may help, and work that one out, answers before close of school, what a joke you lot are, you don't  know when your f*cked.      

What about a brain teaser then, work out 4 into 100, then add it to your 80% you muppet, you can't add up either.  

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

Hedgehog5

Isn't it your hibernation period, because you've just said a complete load of twaddle, I'd say a bowl of cat food for you and back to byebye's, if you have trouble with that, try counting sheep.

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BlackCountryBullock

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Cornballs ...

... you're not too clever at this betting game - are you?

Is that why you're 'time-rich, cash-poor' (as they say in the trade)?

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

Macheavellian

He's machiavellian in nature. Hardly a trait worthy of respect

Hello Nostro,   I beg to differ - Rossi is not Macheavellion in nature!   However, talent and status command respect along with other privileges.  Rossi's talent and status allowed him to ask for certain privileges which were granted him.   Nothing wrong with that!  That's the template upon which the whole of society operates!

Casey Stoners talent and status prompted HRC to offer him 10 million to stay - he refused - his choice, but same logic applies.

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

I do apologise CornB...

... it was CarCleaner that invented new meanings for words, not you, my mistake... you've just invented a new way of working out percentages... cool.

:smile

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Privileges Saturn

Like being able to pass under a yellow, or to improve the traction on his grid spot, special tyres for just one, or avoiding censure with borderline riding.

Special privileges granted by his Uncle Caramelo bars perhaps.

HRC offered Stoner USD15.5m to stay apparently. The highest offer they've ever tabled for a rider or driver.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

And what does 'seem to be' Reverend?

Rossi seems to be (actually is) a grid filler now days. Or is reality still too opaque for you?

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acanada46

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acanada46 says:

nostrodamus

i think you'll find they paid jenson button $18 million when he drove for them..

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

That's not what Nakamoto San thinks little 46er

http://www.news.com.au/top-stories/family-before-fortune-for-retiring-casey-stoner/story-e6frfkp9-1226505102230

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