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Yamahaki TV

Post by koimaster » March 4th 2010, 8:14pm

http://www.youtube.com/user/yamahaki#p/u/3/4XCTUpv4_8A


For someone who claims to be a test driver for bikes, not so much I think. He is riding a pocket rocket and the corners are sloppy and I am being easy on him.

he has 23 vids there, enjoy yourselves.
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Post by Mark1 » March 4th 2010, 8:37pm

Well, maybe that part of the resume is not true either.
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Post by Datsun240Z71 » March 5th 2010, 3:06am

I saw a video somewhere of him in his 350Z driving a country road. I was not impressed with that either.

I've been to "the Gap" aka Tail of the Dragon many times, and it did not look like he was very quick to me either. We invited him to join us up there and he never responded, after criticizing our Z club for not doing any driving events. He also never responded when we invited him to join our group for a track day event.

BTW... that video was apparently from 2002, and just posted Dec. 2009.
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Post by koimaster » March 5th 2010, 7:21am

Datsun240Z71 wrote:I saw a video somewhere of him in his 350Z driving a country road. I was not impressed with that either.

I've been to "the Gap" aka Tail of the Dragon many times, and it did not look like he was very quick to me either. We invited him to join us up there and he never responded, after criticizing our Z club for not doing any driving events. He also never responded when we invited him to join our group for a track day event.

BYW... that video was apparently from 2002, and just posted Dec. 2009.

He had to take a detour to take Pararescue training 101. :dssd: While watching a couple of those vids I kept thinking to myself, this is a guy who claims to be a racer? I whip my corvettes around like they are meant to be driven.
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Re: Yamahaki TV

Post by foghorn » March 5th 2010, 7:12pm

C'mon guys,take it easy on Yomamahaki.

He has found a new home (another one!!) and will most likely have a good run there seeing as how those guys are pretty naive and will welcome anyone who "seems" to be more educated than they are.

You go Sean!!
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Post by Guest » March 7th 2010, 5:29pm

foghorn wrote:C'mon guys,take it easy on Yomamahaki.

He has found a new home (another one!!) and will most likely have a good run there seeing as how those guys are pretty naive and will welcome anyone who "seems" to be more educated than they are.

You go Sean!!


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Post by koimaster » March 7th 2010, 5:56pm

Agent Orange wrote:
foghorn wrote:C'mon guys,take it easy on Yomamahaki.

He has found a new home (another one!!) and will most likely have a good run there seeing as how those guys are pretty naive and will welcome anyone who "seems" to be more educated than they are.

You go Sean!!


LMAO!


It seems that between the phony PJ, the informant, the failed poker player, the failed internet security expert, the idiot leaving the fastener sales job he had for another one in a failing company and the master cigar smoker, WG and others have some interesting resumes.
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Re: Yamahaki TV

Post by Ditchdoc » March 19th 2010, 3:08pm

I see donor cycles like that wrecked on Deals Gap (The Dragon) every month. That looks like where it was filmed. They thought they could ride too.
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