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Old Jul 23rd 2017, 02:19 PM   #31
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I'm confident the board will go on without you.

Bye endodoc NOLA
You forgot to say Bye to duc749r
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Old Jul 23rd 2017, 02:39 PM   #32
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You forgot to say Bye to duc749r
well...he doesn't like Endo, even though he says otherwise.
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Old Jul 23rd 2017, 03:20 PM   #33
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Jeez, I just told him bye, What more can I do ? A hug ?

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Old Jul 23rd 2017, 06:12 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by NOLA View Post
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Jeez, I just told him bye, What more can I do ? A hug ?

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it doesnt take much to see your obvious hatred towards him.

Did you ever answer my question on what you do from other post?
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Old Jul 23rd 2017, 06:16 PM   #35
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Totally your opinion dude. I thought it was good conversation. He's not going anywhere, give it a week.


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Old Jul 23rd 2017, 06:21 PM   #36
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Totally your opinion dude. I thought it was good conversation. He's not going anywhere, give it a week.


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Old Jul 23rd 2017, 07:23 PM   #37
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Theres one thing I'd like to chime in on.

I don't have a ton of posts, I'm not a moderator, I'm not a millionaire, I'm not poor, I don't have any limited edition bikes, I wish I had limited edition bikes, I own 6 bikes, none of them are remotely close to stock, and I love anything that has to do with Ducati.

So now that you know me so well I can say my peace.

I don't care if you have a Ducati, I don't care if you have 1 Ducati, I don't care if you have 100 Ducati's, I don't care if your bikes are stock, I don't care if your bikes are modified to any extent, and I don't care how many posts you have or how long you have been a member on a forum.

One thing that needs to be considered by all users on any forum, here and everywhere else. Your post count, your likes accumulated, your length of tenure DOES NOT MATTER. Don't let it get to you and allow you to become someone you aren't. I see A LOT of forum members who quickly amass likes, posts, internet friends etc. and they start becoming a bully.

This ruins forums. Don't be "too good" or "above" others and not help them out when they ask for help. Don't allow your beliefs or opinions dictate what is allowed in the world. If someone wants to buy a SL or a Desmo and stretch it on a 300 rear tire and you don't like it ITS OK TO NOT LET THEM KNOW YOU DONT LIKE IT. If someone wants to mod a bike into something equal to or better than a production SL, guess what ITS OK TO NOT LET THEM KNOW YOU DONT LIKE IT.

To each his own. Show respect. Have respect for yourself. Show class. Help others. Make this community great. Do your part. Bullying people and having them leave the forum doesn't help anyone. Theres two individuals in this thread who are acting like they want to leave this forum and not come back. That isn't ok and you aren't "cool" for taking part in making them feel that way.

Internet/keyboard warriors aren't accomplishing anything in life.
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Old Jul 24th 2017, 04:13 AM   #38
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Old Jul 24th 2017, 06:06 AM   #39
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For the forum members

I have been reading posts of recent and I have to say I am disappointed. I really come to the forum cause I love bikes, I love Ducati, I use this forum for knowledge, experience, and to get ideas for little projects that I can manage, (either skill wise, or financially). I truly live vicariously through many of you guys and think many are luckier than myself to have the time and money to dedicate to track riding.

These days most of what I read is how "stupid one owner is", or "this guy doesn't know WTF he's doing", or "look how smart I am compared to you" things along this line.

I really appreciate everyone's thoughts and experiences here. I try not to post quick shitty comments, though that's how my New York mind works 90% of the time. Instead I realize that this is a forum and the unspoken agreement is respect.

While I don't think most here are inherently bad I feel people need to work on their presentations with there thoughts and try not to lose their ideas in the way they demonstrate them.

Don't get me wrong I don't feel we need to all take our shirts off and hug, (unless your a female rider in which please post pics as proof...lol). However, I really have seen some really valid point and information just get lost in the tsunami of shit that gets spread here.

please, as this is one of the only forums I belong to and check daily. After my shoulder surgery this September I hope to race for one more season before just becoming a track day bum. I will really need help from time to time and I just don't want that help to get lost in translation.

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Thamer, I couldn't agree more. I miss the forum of old, when we were more like a "team" sharing a common passion for Ducati.
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Old Jul 24th 2017, 06:37 AM   #40
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There are a bunch of as I like to call them (DUCATI CRY BABIES)

They have no business owning this bike at ALL



ENOUGH SAID


Lol, even in the, "We can do without the petty personal attacks thread," we get a petty personal attack.
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