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what makes this video special?
what makes it not special?
Don't you find it really weird when people leave comments like the above by Stefan. Why come to a blog sit through 13 minutes of film you are obviously not interested in then leave a stupid comment showing your obnoxiousness. I will never understand it. There are so many arrogant people out there just looking to listen to their own ridiculous voices.
ups, just a simple question makes you judge people, wow. I accept your opinion you should accept mine. I am interested in cycling and all what happens around it. I am a cyclist for over 25 years now, I started when I was 20. so.... for me there is nothing interesting in following Levi (who is a very good cyclist) for 13min from behind. would have been interesting to get him for a interview, some insight thoughts about a good cyclist, for the international community. than you, have a wonderful day.
I agree with the "awesome" tag. and yes, what makes it not special!!
Stefan its not a simple question its a very loaded question you asked and perfectly illustrates your arrogance. Trying to then startle us with your years of cycling experience is beyond me in reason and relevance. If there is nothing you find interesting in the LEVI video why not just go and watch something else. Gemma and this blog is not here to entertain you and keep you humored and fulfilled she is her to post the things she finds interesting as this is HER blog. You obviously dont accept her opinion as you have pedantically questioned it with your original comment so do then demand that we accept yours. Maybe english is not your first language and therefore your rudeness and arrogance could be excused as stupidity but please dont come here and try and explain your comment as some kind of superior knowledge of cycling based on your 25 years experience.Simon
oh well, imagine, I read this blog regularly, sometimes there is good stuff on here, and I understand english. so feel free to call me whatever you feel like. you like the video? thats great, I dont. I think that there was much more possible, like explained above.
It is hard to see how Stefan's innocuous remarks could possibly deserve Simon Lamb's vituperative response. Surely there is a lack of balance here. If a blog has a comments box it presumably invites comments, which is all Stevan did.