My views are not antisemitic. I have a sister in law who is Jewish and who does disagree with me. All I know is that there are two sides to this issue. In the U.S. we hear predominately one side. You like my sister in law haven't been to Israel I suspect. So you don't know what you are talking about as usual
Hey, he dated a Palestinian. He knows all about the last 100 years of Middle East history. Doesn't seem to want to acknowledge the Nazi/Palestinian link, though. Oh, wait - it happened out of his sight and before he was born, so it doesn't count.
And he still keeps referring to my watching Fox News despite me telling him about 1,000 times that I don't watch Fox News.
He continually beclowns himself.
(My last word on the Middle East - Israel produces a hugely disproportionate number of Nobel Prize winners, PhDs, etc etc. If Israel did not exist, "Palestine" would be just another willfully backwards Arab sh!thole.)
News flash year 2018. Ducati wins 19th consecutive WSB title with 4 liter twin. Don't get me wrong, I love Ducati's, but as long as they (twins) use a different displacement they're not going to get as much respect. Sort of like Buells racing with bikes with 50% of their displacement, if you win folks will always say yeah, but on even terms they didn't have a chance.
I say Ducati should suck it up and keep winning with the mechanical advantage they're already given (yes, it's not working out as well this year).
Hey, if it's unfair to vary displacement reqs with changes in cooling or number of cylinders, then surely you won't mind if multi-valve heads are banned? I just can't respect an engine that's designed for max airflow only when over 12k RPM.
Folks will always say lots of things. Some of 'em might even have a shred of credibility, on odd-numbered Tuesdays...