- Mar 10, 2009
hatcher said:Thought of any examples yet?
Maybe that Paris-Roubaix commentary posted on page 1 is a good example of his "wogs begin at Calais" attitude. Perhaps he thought Johan Vansummeren was from Surrey.
Mrs John Murphy said:Plenty thanks and I've already given them. As I've said before my opinion is based on having listened to him over a number of years and I don't keep a record of every stupid thing he says because if I did it would be longer than war and peace. If you like Harmon then that's probably because his view and your view of the world chime together nicely.
PR is a good example of him thinking emotion is more important than calling the race action.
However, I will credit him where this style was beneficial and where he did a mostly good job and this was on the Stage 4 of the Giro, although he blotted his copybook there with some fairly crass comments about DDL when it was neither then time or the place.
Let's leave this one-on-one conversation right here, before the insulting match starts.hatcher said:Oh I see. So his emoting overrides his racism. Gotcha.
You came up with zero examples the last time you trotted out this drivel, and shock horror you'll come up with zero examples this time.
It's funny how often you bring out the "wogs being at Calais" line. I can only begin to imagine how excited you must have got when you realised there was a new thread for you to use it in. Maybe as excited as when you realise you'll get to make the oh so cutting "but I thought Anglo riders don't dope" line for the billionth time today.
On topic please.