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post #16 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 12:47 PM
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So who do I have to fuck to get a hold of a bike again.

Sounds like driving in Philly

Seriously, Philadelphia has to be the only city I have ever lived in where hitting parked cars is a spectator sport.
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It's not his accent that is hard to understand... he mumbles like a motherfucker.

That being said, I could understand everything in that video pretty easily. The part where he said "If you get it wrong, 9 times out of 10 you're dead" was difficult to understand, but when they came back to it at the end of the documentary and put it in context I understood it.
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He did a nice little light on the brain documentary about a canal boat . Its quite amusing .
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"The TT has claimed almost 150 lives in its 105 year history".

Yeah .. no. More like 250 lives.

OP: Thanks for the vid! Looking forward to finish it off after work!

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maybe in my next life.. i will be able to afford to go and watch, let alone compete..

but thanks for the vid, it was entertaining, got my mind off my troulbles at least for a little while. just like when i ride my bike
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Thanks for posting. I'll watch this later tonight.

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How do you guys get on understanding Guy Martins accent?? I am British and struggle a bit with his sometimes .
I struggle a lot trying to understand what he says. His accent is thick, he talks really fast, and he doesn't enunciate his words well. I pretty much just try to figure out what he's saying by the odd word I can understand and the context of what he's saying. I really wished they had subtitles in TT3.


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tt3d was still a better film.
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