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#501 beanoid

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 22:29

Originally posted by four1
This board just keeps getting better. Come on, you have to appreciate a true poet when you're lucky enough to have one amongst our ranks. Don't you just feel the culture?


Like bile rising upwards from my liver.

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#502 Kami P

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:01

Originally posted by SlateGray


blah, blah, blah

I hope you changed your knickers and washed you hands after writing your post


Grow up.
Most reasonable people accept Hamo as the next F1 superstar.
Btw, I haven't been rude to anyone on this forum, so how about acting like an adult or exiting the thread.

#503 Kami P

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:02

Originally posted by as65p


;)

BTW I'm 99 percent sure she isn't for real... just can't be.


When one hates the message, always attack the messenger :rolleyes:

#504 Kami P

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:04

Originally posted by F1Johnny


You call that poetry.;)


All talk no action huh.....they don't call you "Action Johnny" for nuthin do they.
Btw, I hope you're not a J Herbet fan, he really sucked.

#505 ex Rhodie racer

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:04

Originally posted by beanoid

This board gets more hilarious by the minute. I used to come here to learn things; now I come to be entertained.


Me too Mr Bean :lol:

#506 Atreiu

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:06

Originally posted by as65p


He did a competent, solid job. Just as he did in Melbourne, in fact. Nothing more, nothing less.

And his reaction after the flag showed his own relief, quite understandable after Bahrain.


What do you think would have made him do beter than a competent job?
Do you think the Ferrari did anything else than being competent and solid?

Like I said, having Kovalainen crash out also took away the best gauge there was for Hamilton's performance. At least it was a clear improvement over Bahrain. For the next races he needs to qualify at least as good as he did at Melbourne and Sepang and race at least as good as he did yesterday.

#507 ex Rhodie racer

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:07

Originally posted by as65p


He did a competent, solid job. Just as he did in Melbourne, in fact. Nothing more, nothing less.

And his reaction after the flag showed his own relief, quite understandable after Bahrain.


I think Lewis did what he had to do. The Mac was clearly second best to the red cars, and he slotted it in behind them. No one could ask for more. Good mature effort.

#508 Kami P

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:07

Originally posted by beanoid


You're kidding, right? Or did you only start watching earlier this month?

This board gets more hilarious by the minute. I used to come here to learn things; now I come to be entertained.


I've been watching F1 since Monza 2000, and I've dled all the other races from 1994 till then.

#509 undersquare

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:13

Originally posted by Kami P


I've been watching F1 since Monza 2000, and I've dled all the other races from 1994 till then.


Keep going Kami, you're great :)

The rise you got out of Slate made my day :rotfl:

#510 beanoid

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:22

Originally posted by ex Rhodie racer


Me too Mr Bean :lol:


:kiss:

That's Ms. Bean to you, s'il vous plait.

#511 SlateGray

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 23:53

Originally posted by undersquare


:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

I think you've been had, SlateGray


I do not agree

Originally posted by Kami P


You got big tits to match your big mouth?
Listen sister, I'm have my opinions and favourites and you have yours, but please don't ever assume that you're the sole authority of F1 knowledge thanks.
I'm in sales, and I'm used to jostling with the "public", so I can more than hold my own against the PS3 generation.


Nice. you are new eh? you know not who you besmirch with your vulgarity.

#512 pingu666

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Posted 29 April 2008 - 00:50

i quite liked herbert, he was pretty good, and funny. mostly remmber him having the luck of webber tho

#513 Atreiu

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Posted 29 April 2008 - 01:03

Originally posted by pingu666
i quite liked herbert, he was pretty good, and funny. mostly remmber him having the luck of webber tho


Johnny Herbert?
He won thrice, that looks a lot better than all of Webber's good luck put together at once.




So, will this thread ever resume on Hamilton's form or should we just wait for it to be shut?



Will Hamilton use a new engine at Turkey???

#514 Chiara

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Posted 29 April 2008 - 01:20

Originally posted by Atreiu


Johnny Herbert?
He won thrice, that looks a lot better than all of Webber's good luck put together at once.




So, will this thread ever resume on Hamilton's form or should we just wait for it to be shut?



Will Hamilton use a new engine at Turkey???


I think it was commented during the Spanish GP that Lewis was on a different engine cycle to the two Ferraris, and that they were conserving theirs for Turkey.....so presumably.....