andartop wrote:So, indeed, no one will ever know whether I watch the race or not on my telly.
myurr wrote:andartop wrote:So, indeed, no one will ever know whether I watch the race or not on my telly.
And yet one very important person will know whether you watch the race - you. If you want to claim the moral high ground and criticise those holding the race and openly accuse them of corruption, then it is very hypocritical for you to then watch that race. I hope you can see that.
andartop wrote:Don't bite. We're dragging this off topic. My example was used to show hypocrisy and irony have many faces. As always in life (well, outside Hollywood) there's no black and white but all shades of gray.
#F1 Had first personal experience of Bahrain troubles few minutes ago passing massive road block fire on highway
#F1 Fortunately it was on other side of road, heading to track. Police arriving, traffic building up, quite a scary sight
#F1 I guess it's routine here, but still hard to believe they can stop a 3-lane highway with so many police vehicles on patrol
#F1 Let's hope we have a safe Sunday in Bahrain but don't forget 300 GP2 folk are staying 6 extra days for their second event
#F1 I'm not convinced that the 'lock down' security measures for F1 will remain in place until the GP2 guys leave
@GP2_Official I'm talking about the roads between the city and the track, and the stuff we don't see, not at BIC as such.
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@adamcooperf1 it will be. Security will remain
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