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a425couple
2018-01-30 16:27:31 UTC
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Fernando Alonso one step behind in triple crown challenge claims Juan
Pablo Montoya

Former Williams and McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya has been keen to
point out his former F1 rival Fernando Alonso is still one step behind
him in securing motorsports prestigious 'triple crown'.

The Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans are
the three events that make up the 'triple crown', with Graham Hill being
the only driver in history to have won all three.

Speaking ahead of the 2018 Daytona 24 hours, Montoya spoke about how he
admired the Spaniard's ambition: "He certainly has the ability to
achieve it, but it's not easy,"

Alonso impressed during his first oval outing at Indianapolis last year,
running competitively before retiring due to an engine failure, and will
compete at this weekend's Daytona 24 Hours, with a view to making his Le
Mans debut later in 2018.

During the Colombian's career, he won the Monaco Grand Prix (in 2003)
and claimed two victories at the Indy 500, in 2000 and 2015 respectively.

Montoya has yet to attempt the Le Mans 24 Hours, though tested Porsche's
919 at the 2015 rookie gathering in Bahrain, though has remained open to
the possibility of competing at the Le Sarthe circuit should the right
opportunity arise.

"The truth is that I am closer than him. For me, I don't know about Le
Mans," he added. "We will have to see what happens with the Le Mans
regulations and if there is any chance that Penske can do it in the
future. I think it would be quite fun to try."

"I think we are two drivers who are not afraid to try new things. I
don't see any other F1 drivers trying to do that. When you're young and
in Formula 1, you believe there is nothing beyond that."

https://www.motorsportweek.com/news/id/16707
~misfit~
2018-01-31 01:57:20 UTC
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[Crossposting removed]

Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
> Fernando Alonso one step behind in triple crown challenge claims Juan
> Pablo Montoya
>
> Former Williams and McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya has been keen to
> point out his former F1 rival Fernando Alonso is still one step behind
> him in securing motorsports prestigious 'triple crown'.
>
> The Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans
> are the three events that make up the 'triple crown', with Graham
> Hill being the only driver in history to have won all three.
>
> Speaking ahead of the 2018 Daytona 24 hours, Montoya spoke about how
> he admired the Spaniard's ambition: "He certainly has the ability to
> achieve it, but it's not easy,"
>
> Alonso impressed during his first oval outing at Indianapolis last
> year, running competitively before retiring due to an engine failure,
> and will compete at this weekend's Daytona 24 Hours, with a view to
> making his Le Mans debut later in 2018.
>
> During the Colombian's career, he won the Monaco Grand Prix (in 2003)
> and claimed two victories at the Indy 500, in 2000 and 2015
> respectively.
> Montoya has yet to attempt the Le Mans 24 Hours, though tested
> Porsche's 919 at the 2015 rookie gathering in Bahrain, though has
> remained open to the possibility of competing at the Le Sarthe
> circuit should the right opportunity arise.
>
> "The truth is that I am closer than him. For me, I don't know about Le
> Mans," he added. "We will have to see what happens with the Le Mans
> regulations and if there is any chance that Penske can do it in the
> future. I think it would be quite fun to try."
>
> "I think we are two drivers who are not afraid to try new things. I
> don't see any other F1 drivers trying to do that. When you're young
> and in Formula 1, you believe there is nothing beyond that."
>
> https://www.motorsportweek.com/news/id/16707

Translates to:

I couldn't crack it in F1, was demoted [back] to redneck racing and so am
bitter and want to deride those who excel at F1.

IMO Nando's one up on Montoya as he's stayed competitive and respected in F1
for a decade and is doing 'new things' while he's still racing in F1. I
don't recall Montoya doing that. In fact my memories of Montoyas time in F1
is mainly of him bitching about his team du jour with said teams both
ultimately being pleased to see him leave.
--
Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy
little classification in the DSM*."
David Melville (in r.a.s.f1)
(*Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)
t***@gmail.com
2018-01-31 06:34:54 UTC
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On Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 6:57:27 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:

> [Crossposting removed]

Oh fucking great, cornholing faggot.

> Translates to:

Montoya was fast. You are slow.
t***@gmail.com
2018-01-31 06:44:00 UTC
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On Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 6:57:27 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:

> I don't recall

That's because you are fucking stupid.
t***@gmail.com
2018-01-31 06:46:22 UTC
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On Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 6:57:27 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:

> du jour

You fucking raging homosexual.
t***@gmail.com
2018-01-31 06:48:39 UTC
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On Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 6:57:27 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:

> Shaun.
>
> "Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy
> little classification in the DSM*."
> David Melville (in r.a.s.f1)
> (*Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)

Fuck you, and your sig, loser assfucker.
t***@gmail.com
2018-01-31 06:55:13 UTC
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On Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 6:57:27 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:

> Translates to:

From sheep language:
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2018-01-31 07:05:04 UTC
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On Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 6:57:27 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:

> ultimately being pleased to see him leave.

Like when you leave the doctor's office.
a425couple
2018-02-02 22:06:01 UTC
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On 1/30/2018 5:57 PM, ~misfit~ wrote:
> [Crossposting removed]
>
> Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
>> Fernando Alonso one step behind in triple crown challenge claims Juan
>> Pablo Montoya
>>
>> Former Williams and McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya has been keen to
>> point out his former F1 rival Fernando Alonso is still one step behind
>> him in securing motorsports prestigious 'triple crown'.
>>
>> The Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans
>> are the three events that make up the 'triple crown', with Graham
>> Hill being the only driver in history to have won all three.
>>
>> Speaking ahead of the 2018 Daytona 24 hours, Montoya spoke about how
>> he admired the Spaniard's ambition: "He certainly has the ability to
>> achieve it, but it's not easy,"
>>
>> Alonso impressed during his first oval outing at Indianapolis last
>> year, running competitively before retiring due to an engine failure,
>> and will compete at this weekend's Daytona 24 Hours, with a view to
>> making his Le Mans debut later in 2018.
>>
>> During the Colombian's career, he won the Monaco Grand Prix (in 2003)
>> and claimed two victories at the Indy 500, in 2000 and 2015
>> respectively.
>> Montoya has yet to attempt the Le Mans 24 Hours, though tested
>> Porsche's 919 at the 2015 rookie gathering in Bahrain, though has
>> remained open to the possibility of competing at the Le Sarthe
>> circuit should the right opportunity arise.
>>
>> "The truth is that I am closer than him. For me, I don't know about Le
>> Mans," he added. "We will have to see what happens with the Le Mans
>> regulations and if there is any chance that Penske can do it in the
>> future. I think it would be quite fun to try."
>>
>> "I think we are two drivers who are not afraid to try new things. I
>> don't see any other F1 drivers trying to do that. When you're young
>> and in Formula 1, you believe there is nothing beyond that."
>>
>> https://www.motorsportweek.com/news/id/16707
>
> Translates to:
>
> I couldn't crack it in F1, was demoted [back] to redneck racing and so am
> bitter and want to deride those who excel at F1.
>
> IMO Nando's one up on Montoya as he's stayed competitive and respected in F1
> for a decade and is doing 'new things' while he's still racing in F1. I
> don't recall Montoya doing that. In fact my memories of Montoyas time in F1
> is mainly of him bitching about his team du jour with said teams both
> ultimately being pleased to see him leave.
>

Typical of depressed little misfit to feel he has to
throw trash on a post of mine.

So he thinks that a driver who won 7 F1 WDC races,
finished 3rd in WDC twice, and 4th once,
"couldn't crack it in F1".
Oh yeah, this is the poster that could never be
bothered to even try.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_Pablo_Montoya

I remember fondly when the top drivers did many things.
http://www.firstsuperspeedway.com/articles/jim-clark
"Jim Clark Does NASCAR
The versatile Jimmy Clark could drive anything - and loved to test his
mettle with the best of them. Like A.J. Foyt, Mario Andretti, Dan
Gurney, Juan Pablo Montoya and Lloyd Ruby, Clark loved to try his hand
at any form of racing. Not only that but he was good, winning in a
variety of cars: Formula One, sports cars and IndyCars. A footnote in
his career was his foray into the world of NASCAR at Rockingham, North
Carolina in 1967. Driving for John Holmon and Ralph Moody, Clark tested
his skills in the big stock cars and found the adventure intriguing,
albeit a struggle. He expressed a desire to return, but this was not to
be as he was killed the following year in a Formula Two race in Germany.
This article originally appeared in the Allstate 400 program."

One week after I watched Dan Gurney win at Pacific Raceway over
Innes Ireland, Masten Gregory, and Jo Bonnier, they competed
at the French GP, and he won there over them also.
~misfit~
2018-02-03 01:07:01 UTC
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Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
> On 1/30/2018 5:57 PM, ~misfit~ wrote:
>> [Crossposting removed]
>>
>> Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
>>> Fernando Alonso one step behind in triple crown challenge claims
>>> Juan Pablo Montoya
>>>
>>> Former Williams and McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya has been keen
>>> to point out his former F1 rival Fernando Alonso is still one step
>>> behind him in securing motorsports prestigious 'triple crown'.
>>>
>>> The Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans
>>> are the three events that make up the 'triple crown', with Graham
>>> Hill being the only driver in history to have won all three.
>>>
>>> Speaking ahead of the 2018 Daytona 24 hours, Montoya spoke about how
>>> he admired the Spaniard's ambition: "He certainly has the ability to
>>> achieve it, but it's not easy,"
>>>
>>> Alonso impressed during his first oval outing at Indianapolis last
>>> year, running competitively before retiring due to an engine
>>> failure, and will compete at this weekend's Daytona 24 Hours, with
>>> a view to making his Le Mans debut later in 2018.
>>>
>>> During the Colombian's career, he won the Monaco Grand Prix (in
>>> 2003) and claimed two victories at the Indy 500, in 2000 and 2015
>>> respectively.
>>> Montoya has yet to attempt the Le Mans 24 Hours, though tested
>>> Porsche's 919 at the 2015 rookie gathering in Bahrain, though has
>>> remained open to the possibility of competing at the Le Sarthe
>>> circuit should the right opportunity arise.
>>>
>>> "The truth is that I am closer than him. For me, I don't know about
>>> Le Mans," he added. "We will have to see what happens with the Le
>>> Mans regulations and if there is any chance that Penske can do it
>>> in the future. I think it would be quite fun to try."
>>>
>>> "I think we are two drivers who are not afraid to try new things. I
>>> don't see any other F1 drivers trying to do that. When you're young
>>> and in Formula 1, you believe there is nothing beyond that."
>>>
>>> https://www.motorsportweek.com/news/id/16707
>>
>> Translates to:
>>
>> I couldn't crack it in F1, was demoted [back] to redneck racing and
>> so am bitter and want to deride those who excel at F1.
>>
>> IMO Nando's one up on Montoya as he's stayed competitive and
>> respected in F1 for a decade and is doing 'new things' while he's
>> still racing in F1. I don't recall Montoya doing that. In fact my
>> memories of Montoyas time in F1 is mainly of him bitching about his
>> team du jour with said teams both ultimately being pleased to see
>> him leave.
>
> Typical of depressed little misfit to feel he has to
> throw trash on a post of mine.

It's becoming increasingly typical of you to go ad hominem on someone with
admitted mental health issues rather than stick to the discussion at hand.
This is abhorent behaviour that wouldn't be tolerated in a child but seems
to be your go-to reply these days. It really shows the depth (or lack
thereof) of your character.

As to 'throw trash on a post of mine" when you're proliffically posting a
whole lot of news stories (without having the courtesy to call yourself
"News") and off topic junk it's only a matter of time until someone's going
to disagree with one of your posts. It's nothing personal. When you 'put
yourself out there' as much as you are with quoted opinions and off-topic
subjects it's a good idea to have thicker skin. Getting all red in the face
because someone doesn't agree with AN ARTICLE ON A MAGAZINE SITE (that you
happened to post here) is misplaced agression and really makes me wonder...

> So he thinks that a driver who won 7 F1 WDC races,
> finished 3rd in WDC twice, and 4th once,
> "couldn't crack it in F1".

Yes. In that article he's suggesting that he's more successful than Alonso.
Hubris much? Alonso's a 2 x WDC never mind Montoya's 7 race wins over five
seasons with front-running teams.

> Oh yeah, this is the poster that could never be
> bothered to even try.

LOL!!

> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_Pablo_Montoya

If *you'd* tried you'd have read these comments at the link you provided:

"During the 2003 French Grand Prix, after a misunderstanding with the pit
crew, there was a vocal exchange of expletives between the Colombian and his
team. This was followed by a formal letter of reprimand from the BMW
Williams F1 team."

[2005] "Criticised in previous years for his lack of fitness Montoya began a
training program under the direction of McLaren personnel however all the
effort was lost when after the Malaysian Grand Prix he injured his shoulder
playing tennis. This was in breach of his contractual obligations forbidding
potentially dangerous pastimes. As a result of his negligence he missed two
Grands Prix and had to return to competition before his injuries were
healed. He was often seen with his arm almost motionless for the remaining
five Grands Prix."

[2006] "The United States Grand Prix also brought further disappointment to
Montoya's season. An 8-car crash on the first corner saw him retire from the
race, yet again taking no points. This crash also involved teammate
Räikkönen, and as one of the main instigators of the crash thanks to his and
Räikkönen's impact being seen as the initial cause of the crash, this cast
further doubt upon Montoya's future in Formula One.
Montoya's Formula One career effectively came to an end on July 9 when he
announced in a public press conference from the US that he had signed a
contract to run in the NASCAR series from 2007. On July 11, 2006, McLaren
announced that Montoya would stop racing for the team with immediate
effect."

The above is why I said he "couldn't crack it in F1" and that he had trouble
with teams he raced for. What 'successful' F1 driver would announce
in-season while driving for a competitive team that he's going to NASCAR
FFS!?!?

Seriously. SEVEN wins over FIVE SEASONS driving for top teams (at the time)
Williams and McLaren? The year after he left McLaren their drivers finished
2nd and 3rd in the WDC. The year after that McLaren won the WDC. Obviously
the decision to go to NASCAR had nothing to do with the *team* not being any
good....

Oh yeah, this is the poster that could never be bothered to even try....
--
Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy
little classification in the DSM*."
David Melville (in r.a.s.f1)
(*Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)

> I remember fondly when the top drivers did many things.
> http://www.firstsuperspeedway.com/articles/jim-clark
> "Jim Clark Does NASCAR
> The versatile Jimmy Clark could drive anything - and loved to test his
> mettle with the best of them. Like A.J. Foyt, Mario Andretti, Dan
> Gurney, Juan Pablo Montoya and Lloyd Ruby, Clark loved to try his hand
> at any form of racing. Not only that but he was good, winning in a
> variety of cars: Formula One, sports cars and IndyCars. A footnote in
> his career was his foray into the world of NASCAR at Rockingham, North
> Carolina in 1967. Driving for John Holmon and Ralph Moody, Clark
> tested his skills in the big stock cars and found the adventure
> intriguing, albeit a struggle. He expressed a desire to return, but
> this was not to be as he was killed the following year in a Formula
> Two race in Germany. This article originally appeared in the Allstate
> 400 program."
> One week after I watched Dan Gurney win at Pacific Raceway over
> Innes Ireland, Masten Gregory, and Jo Bonnier, they competed
> at the French GP, and he won there over them also.
t***@gmail.com
2018-02-03 01:30:28 UTC
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On Friday, February 2, 2018 at 6:07:08 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:

> It's becoming increasingly typical of you to go ad hominem on someone with
> admitted mental health issues

and you have a sore back too
t***@gmail.com
2018-02-03 01:37:18 UTC
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On Friday, February 2, 2018 at 6:30:30 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Friday, February 2, 2018 at 6:07:08 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:
>
> > It's becoming increasingly typical of you to go ad hominem on someone with
> > admitted mental health issues
>
> and you have a sore back too

and financial woes
m***@gmail.com
2018-02-03 03:09:29 UTC
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On Saturday, 3 February 2018 03:07:08 UTC+2, ~misfit~ wrote:
> Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
> > On 1/30/2018 5:57 PM, ~misfit~ wrote:
> >> [Crossposting removed]
> >>
> >> Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
> >>> Fernando Alonso one step behind in triple crown challenge claims
> >>> Juan Pablo Montoya
> >>>
> >>> Former Williams and McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya has been keen
> >>> to point out his former F1 rival Fernando Alonso is still one step
> >>> behind him in securing motorsports prestigious 'triple crown'.
> >>>
> >>> The Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans
> >>> are the three events that make up the 'triple crown', with Graham
> >>> Hill being the only driver in history to have won all three.
> >>>
> >>> Speaking ahead of the 2018 Daytona 24 hours, Montoya spoke about how
> >>> he admired the Spaniard's ambition: "He certainly has the ability to
> >>> achieve it, but it's not easy,"
> >>>
> >>> Alonso impressed during his first oval outing at Indianapolis last
> >>> year, running competitively before retiring due to an engine
> >>> failure, and will compete at this weekend's Daytona 24 Hours, with
> >>> a view to making his Le Mans debut later in 2018.
> >>>
> >>> During the Colombian's career, he won the Monaco Grand Prix (in
> >>> 2003) and claimed two victories at the Indy 500, in 2000 and 2015
> >>> respectively.
> >>> Montoya has yet to attempt the Le Mans 24 Hours, though tested
> >>> Porsche's 919 at the 2015 rookie gathering in Bahrain, though has
> >>> remained open to the possibility of competing at the Le Sarthe
> >>> circuit should the right opportunity arise.
> >>>
> >>> "The truth is that I am closer than him. For me, I don't know about
> >>> Le Mans," he added. "We will have to see what happens with the Le
> >>> Mans regulations and if there is any chance that Penske can do it
> >>> in the future. I think it would be quite fun to try."
> >>>
> >>> "I think we are two drivers who are not afraid to try new things. I
> >>> don't see any other F1 drivers trying to do that. When you're young
> >>> and in Formula 1, you believe there is nothing beyond that."
> >>>
> >>> https://www.motorsportweek.com/news/id/16707
> >>
> >> Translates to:
> >>
> >> I couldn't crack it in F1, was demoted [back] to redneck racing and
> >> so am bitter and want to deride those who excel at F1.
> >>
> >> IMO Nando's one up on Montoya as he's stayed competitive and
> >> respected in F1 for a decade and is doing 'new things' while he's
> >> still racing in F1. I don't recall Montoya doing that. In fact my
> >> memories of Montoyas time in F1 is mainly of him bitching about his
> >> team du jour with said teams both ultimately being pleased to see
> >> him leave.
> >
> > Typical of depressed little misfit to feel he has to
> > throw trash on a post of mine.
>
> It's becoming increasingly typical of you to go ad hominem on someone with
> admitted mental health issues rather than stick to the discussion at hand.
> This is abhorent behaviour that wouldn't be tolerated in a child but seems
> to be your go-to reply these days. It really shows the depth (or lack
> thereof) of your character.

Given your own inclination to go for the personal attack, you're not well placed to complain. You don't, for example, mind having a go at somebody you think has drinking problems, or posting details of a conversation you say you had suggesting another poster has some sort of problem.

On a childish level, if you dish it out, don't cry when you get it back.

But more seriously, as you sow, so shall you reap. You and another poster have set a bar for behaviour and set it low. You might have thought through what was going to happen if everybody else started playing the same game. But too late now.
>
> As to 'throw trash on a post of mine" when you're proliffically posting a
> whole lot of news stories (without having the courtesy to call yourself
> "News") and off topic junk it's only a matter of time until someone's going
> to disagree with one of your posts. It's nothing personal. When you 'put
> yourself out there' as much as you are with quoted opinions and off-topic
> subjects it's a good idea to have thicker skin. Getting all red in the face
> because someone doesn't agree with AN ARTICLE ON A MAGAZINE SITE (that you
> happened to post here) is misplaced agression and really makes me wonder...

And there we go.
>
> > So he thinks that a driver who won 7 F1 WDC races,
> > finished 3rd in WDC twice, and 4th once,
> > "couldn't crack it in F1".
>
> Yes. In that article he's suggesting that he's more successful than Alonso.

He's suggested that he's closer to the triple crown - which he is. He has 2 of the 3, Alonso has 1.

Do yourself and the group a favour: Instead of telling everybody else what they're made of an how to behave, set a positive example.
a425couple
2018-02-03 21:46:13 UTC
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On 2/2/2018 5:07 PM, ~misfit~ wrote:
> Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
>> On 1/30/2018 5:57 PM, ~misfit~ wrote:
>>> [Crossposting removed]
>>>
>>> Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
>>>> Fernando Alonso one step behind in triple crown challenge claims
>>>> Juan Pablo Montoya
>>>>
>>>> Former Williams and McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya has been keen
>>>> to point out his former F1 rival Fernando Alonso is still one step
>>>> behind him in securing motorsports prestigious 'triple crown'.
>>>>
>>>> The Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans
>>>> are the three events that make up the 'triple crown', with Graham
>>>> Hill being the only driver in history to have won all three.
>>>>
>>>> Speaking ahead of the 2018 Daytona 24 hours, Montoya spoke about how
>>>> he admired the Spaniard's ambition: "He certainly has the ability to
>>>> achieve it, but it's not easy,"
>>>>
>>>> Alonso impressed during his first oval outing at Indianapolis last
>>>> year, running competitively before retiring due to an engine
>>>> failure, and will compete at this weekend's Daytona 24 Hours, with
>>>> a view to making his Le Mans debut later in 2018.
>>>>
>>>> During the Colombian's career, he won the Monaco Grand Prix (in
>>>> 2003) and claimed two victories at the Indy 500, in 2000 and 2015
>>>> respectively.
>>>> Montoya has yet to attempt the Le Mans 24 Hours, though tested
>>>> Porsche's 919 at the 2015 rookie gathering in Bahrain, though has
>>>> remained open to the possibility of competing at the Le Sarthe
>>>> circuit should the right opportunity arise.
>>>>
>>>> "The truth is that I am closer than him. For me, I don't know about
>>>> Le Mans," he added. "We will have to see what happens with the Le
>>>> Mans regulations and if there is any chance that Penske can do it
>>>> in the future. I think it would be quite fun to try."
>>>>
>>>> "I think we are two drivers who are not afraid to try new things. I
>>>> don't see any other F1 drivers trying to do that. When you're young
>>>> and in Formula 1, you believe there is nothing beyond that."
>>>>
>>>> https://www.motorsportweek.com/news/id/16707
>>>
>>> Translates to:
>>>
>>> I couldn't crack it in F1, was demoted [back] to redneck racing and
>>> so am bitter and want to deride those who excel at F1.
>>>
>>> IMO Nando's one up on Montoya as he's stayed competitive and
>>> respected in F1 for a decade and is doing 'new things' while he's
>>> still racing in F1. I don't recall Montoya doing that. In fact my
>>> memories of Montoyas time in F1 is mainly of him bitching about his
>>> team du jour with said teams both ultimately being pleased to see
>>> him leave.
>>
>> Typical of depressed little misfit to feel he has to
>> throw trash on a post of mine.
>
> It's becoming increasingly typical of you to go ad hominem on someone with
> admitted mental health issues
"Admitted mental health issues" eh?

I did not know that.
Opps!
I wish I had not posted what I did, in that case.

Does this mean you think you should get a free pass
to constantly post silly confusing statements to
everything I post?
~misfit~
2018-02-04 04:26:41 UTC
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[Crossposting re-removed]

Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
> On 2/2/2018 5:07 PM, ~misfit~ wrote:
>> Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
>>> On 1/30/2018 5:57 PM, ~misfit~ wrote:
>>>> [Crossposting removed]
>>>>
>>>> Once upon a time on usenet a425couple wrote:
>>>>> Fernando Alonso one step behind in triple crown challenge claims
>>>>> Juan Pablo Montoya
>>>>>
>>>>> Former Williams and McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya has been
>>>>> keen to point out his former F1 rival Fernando Alonso is still
>>>>> one step behind him in securing motorsports prestigious 'triple
>>>>> crown'. The Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le
>>>>> Mans are the three events that make up the 'triple crown', with
>>>>> Graham Hill being the only driver in history to have won all
>>>>> three. Speaking ahead of the 2018 Daytona 24 hours, Montoya spoke
>>>>> about
>>>>> how he admired the Spaniard's ambition: "He certainly has the
>>>>> ability to achieve it, but it's not easy,"
>>>>>
>>>>> Alonso impressed during his first oval outing at Indianapolis last
>>>>> year, running competitively before retiring due to an engine
>>>>> failure, and will compete at this weekend's Daytona 24 Hours, with
>>>>> a view to making his Le Mans debut later in 2018.
>>>>>
>>>>> During the Colombian's career, he won the Monaco Grand Prix (in
>>>>> 2003) and claimed two victories at the Indy 500, in 2000 and 2015
>>>>> respectively.
>>>>> Montoya has yet to attempt the Le Mans 24 Hours, though tested
>>>>> Porsche's 919 at the 2015 rookie gathering in Bahrain, though has
>>>>> remained open to the possibility of competing at the Le Sarthe
>>>>> circuit should the right opportunity arise.
>>>>>
>>>>> "The truth is that I am closer than him. For me, I don't know
>>>>> about Le Mans," he added. "We will have to see what happens with
>>>>> the Le Mans regulations and if there is any chance that Penske
>>>>> can do it in the future. I think it would be quite fun to try."
>>>>>
>>>>> "I think we are two drivers who are not afraid to try new things.
>>>>> I don't see any other F1 drivers trying to do that. When you're
>>>>> young and in Formula 1, you believe there is nothing beyond that."
>>>>>
>>>>> https://www.motorsportweek.com/news/id/16707
>>>>
>>>> Translates to:
>>>>
>>>> I couldn't crack it in F1, was demoted [back] to redneck racing and
>>>> so am bitter and want to deride those who excel at F1.
>>>>
>>>> IMO Nando's one up on Montoya as he's stayed competitive and
>>>> respected in F1 for a decade and is doing 'new things' while he's
>>>> still racing in F1. I don't recall Montoya doing that. In fact my
>>>> memories of Montoyas time in F1 is mainly of him bitching about his
>>>> team du jour with said teams both ultimately being pleased to see
>>>> him leave.
>>>
>>> Typical of depressed little misfit to feel he has to
>>> throw trash on a post of mine.
>>
>> It's becoming increasingly typical of you to go ad hominem on
>> someone with admitted mental health issues
>>
> "Admitted mental health issues" eh?

I've said here before that I have issues with depression et al (further to
my chronic back issues), more than once.

> I did not know that.
> Opps!
> I wish I had not posted what I did, in that case.

Thanks.

> Does this mean you think you should get a free pass

Not at all. However if you posted that you are an amputee I'd not start
mocking you for it and calling you 'Stumpy little a425couple'. I still might
disagree with the content of your posts without the ad hominem though.

> to constantly post silly confusing statements to everything I post?

A) [Re "constantly"] I perhaps reply to 10% of your posts (which means ~5%
of new threads here lately).

B) Interesting that you (claim to?) find my quite lucid [and often cited
with quotes posts] "silly and confusing statements".

C) [Re "everything"] See 'A' above.
--
Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy
little classification in the DSM*."
David Melville (in r.a.s.f1)
(*Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)
t***@gmail.com
2018-02-04 17:06:39 UTC
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> I have issues with depression

Is that why you are a cunt?
t***@gmail.com
2018-02-05 02:19:09 UTC
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On Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 9:26:48 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:

> > I did not know that.
> > Opps!
> > I wish I had not posted what I did, in that case.
>
> Thanks.

Fuck you. Loser, asshole, charity case.
t***@gmail.com
2018-02-05 02:24:02 UTC
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On Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 9:26:48 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:


> A) [Re "constantly"] I perhaps reply to 10% of your posts (which means ~5%
> of new threads here lately).
>
> B) Interesting that you (claim to?) find my quite lucid [and often cited
> with quotes posts] "silly and confusing statements".
>
> C) [Re "everything"] See 'A' above.

A) fuck off
B) you are a fucking moron
C) fuck you
t***@gmail.com
2018-02-05 02:31:02 UTC
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On Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 9:26:48 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:

> A) [Re "constantly"] I perhaps reply to 10% of your posts (which means ~5%
> of new threads here lately).
>
> B) Interesting that you (claim to?) find my quite lucid [and often cited
> with quotes posts] "silly and confusing statements".
>
> C) [Re "everything"] See 'A' above.

Tell your male nurse that you are
very fucked up right now and
need you meds tweaked.
Geoff
2018-02-05 03:48:05 UTC
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On 5/02/2018 3:31 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 9:26:48 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:
>
>> A) [Re "constantly"] I perhaps reply to 10% of your posts (which means ~5%
>> of new threads here lately).
>>
>> B) Interesting that you (claim to?) find my quite lucid [and often cited
>> with quotes posts] "silly and confusing statements".
>>
>> C) [Re "everything"] See 'A' above.
>
> Tell your male nurse that you are
> very fucked up right now and
> need you meds tweaked.
>

I think the Texassurbator needs to resume TAKING her meds. CAPS for her
benefit.

Also the same repetitious slurs become boring. Can't she think up some
new innovation ones ?

geoff
Sir Tim
2018-02-05 11:05:47 UTC
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Geoff <***@nospampaf.co.nz> wrote:
> On 5/02/2018 3:31 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>> On Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 9:26:48 PM UTC-7, ~misfit~ wrote:
>>
>>> A) [Re "constantly"] I perhaps reply to 10% of your posts (which means ~5%
>>> of new threads here lately).
>>>
>>> B) Interesting that you (claim to?) find my quite lucid [and often cited
>>> with quotes posts] "silly and confusing statements".
>>>
>>> C) [Re "everything"] See 'A' above.
>>
>> Tell your male nurse that you are
>> very fucked up right now and
>> need you meds tweaked.
>>
>
> I think the Texassurbator needs to resume TAKING her meds. CAPS for her
> benefit.
>
> Also the same repetitious slurs become boring. Can't she think up some
> new innovation ones ?

She is the only person I have ever killfiled so I never see her crap these
days.

--
Sir Tim
m***@gmail.com
2018-01-31 06:51:58 UTC
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On Tuesday, 30 January 2018 18:28:32 UTC+2, a425couple wrote:
> Fernando Alonso one step behind in triple crown challenge claims Juan
> Pablo Montoya
>
> Former Williams and McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya has been keen to
> point out his former F1 rival Fernando Alonso is still one step behind
> him in securing motorsports prestigious 'triple crown'.
>
> The Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans are
> the three events that make up the 'triple crown', with Graham Hill being
> the only driver in history to have won all three.

I don't understand this fascination with the so-called "triple crown". It's not an official title, nobody seemed to be that worried about it until Alonso got a bee in his bonnet about it, and nobody thinks the one guy who has done it is a truly great race driver (yes, he was good, but he wasn't "great" in the way that, say, Senna or Clark were).

I find it interesting, and I was rooting for Alonso in last year's 500, but it's a bit overdone and a bit of a legend in it's own lunchtime.
t***@gmail.com
2018-01-31 06:59:19 UTC
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On Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 11:51:59 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:

> I don't understand this fascination with the so-called "triple crown". It's not an official title, nobody seemed to be that worried about it until Alonso got a bee in his bonnet about it, and nobody thinks the one guy who has done it is a truly great race driver (yes, he was good, but he wasn't "great" in the way that, say, Senna or Clark were).
>
> I find it interesting, and I was rooting for Alonso in last year's 500, but it's a bit overdone and a bit of a legend in it's own lunchtime.

Good. Logoff and fuck off. Grumpy bitch fuck.
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