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Old 12-21-2007, 11:02 PM   #101
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Jody is good people so is Clayton, however sometimes people don't know how to take them.

In the roadracing world, most of us actually help each other get faster, even if we're fierce competitors on the track.

Both Jody and Clayton can be a bit hot headed and both can be cocky, so it's no surprise they're bumping heads a bit.

As far as "losing respect" for someone you don't know / never met, ANYONE who makes that decision based on a couple of posts on a forum may want to reconsider.

IMO, it's wiser to build bridges than burn them, but that's probably just my age & experience talking.


Back on topic, I've been thinking alot about these bikes lately.
So much so that I may actually think about coming out of retirement, IF I can get my old beat up body to cooperate.
DO IT
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Old 12-22-2007, 12:14 AM   #102
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Back on topic, I've been thinking alot about these bikes lately.
So much so that I may actually think about coming out of retirement, IF I can get my old beat up body to cooperate.
Dude, I'm actually considering selling my gixxer sixxer to build one of these things.... I think Ima do it too!

Let me know if you start the project, I may piggyback on yours if the timing/ funds are right! I KNOW yours will have all the good shtuff!
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Old 12-22-2007, 01:22 PM   #103
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Jody is good people so is Clayton, however sometimes people don't know how to take them.

In the roadracing world, most of us actually help each other get faster, even if we're fierce competitors on the track.

Both Jody and Clayton can be a bit hot headed and both can be cocky, so it's no surprise they're bumping heads a bit.

As far as "losing respect" for someone you don't know / never met, ANYONE who makes that decision based on a couple of posts on a forum may want to reconsider.

IMO, it's wiser to build bridges than burn them, but that's probably just my age & experience talking.


Back on topic, I've been thinking alot about these bikes lately.
So much so that I may actually think about coming out of retirement, IF I can get my old beat up body to cooperate.
Do It, Do It, DO IT! Maybe the 250 will keep up.
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Old 03-03-2008, 08:46 AM   #104
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jody might be fast but also seems like an asss. talking heavy , big hes a 14 year veteran his mouth is as fast as his bike he can get his owened by sum youngens ..
WHY DONT YOU COME SHOW US HOW ITS DONE THEN... ASSCLOWN !
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Old 03-03-2008, 09:30 AM   #105
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Old 03-03-2008, 10:12 AM   #106
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and away we gooooo!
YEP ! ITS MONDAY... GOTTA START IT OFF RIGHT
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Old 03-03-2008, 10:19 AM   #107
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