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Thread: The 4wd TV sticker is coming off the disco

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    mcrover Guest

    The 4wd TV sticker is coming off the disco

    Tread lightly, keep it safe, play hard is what they advertise at the start of the show.

    Why promote excessive lifts, hoons wrecking tracks and unroadworthy mods.

    I know they are trying to make the show reach a large audience but it's not good advertising for our hobby I dont think.

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    Well i dont have one full stop as one of the young blokes there is a twit and i wont make it public, but he had a damn good crack at trying it on my wife.... went in for the kill and got knocked back................ i wont make it public...

    Opps i did.... Suck Crap Tom...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sclarke View Post
    Well i dont have one full stop as one of the young blokes there is a twit and i wont make it public, but he had a damn good crack at trying it on my wife.... went in for the kill and got knocked back................ i wont make it public...

    Opps i did.... Suck Crap Tom...
    Where you talking clarkie, the shop that was advertising or who works on the show

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    Quote Originally Posted by sclarke View Post
    Well i dont have one full stop as one of the young blokes there is a twit and i wont make it public, but he had a damn good crack at trying it on my wife.... went in for the kill and got knocked back................ i wont make it public...

    Opps i did.... Suck Crap Tom...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcrover View Post
    Tread lightly, keep it safe, play hard is what they advertise at the start of the show.

    Why promote excessive lifts, hoons wrecking tracks and unroadworthy mods.

    I know they are trying to make the show reach a large audience but it's not good advertising for our hobby I dont think.
    Jeez, your atarting to think WAAAY to much

    You get that steering gaurd??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rovercare View Post
    Jeez, your atarting to think WAAAY to much

    You get that steering gaurd??
    He has ,nt paid me the beers yet , and his coffee is crap
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    Quote Originally Posted by rangieman View Post
    He has ,nt paid me the beers yet , and his coffee is crap
    Sounds like Ross bought a locker of me

    You gone Hidden again

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    mcrover Guest
    Did he really, that might mean I wont have to scull drag him out of the river next time.

    No I havnt recieved my steering protector yet, I will give him a chance to come back down to cranny next week when I will have some decent coffee.

    He did have 2 cups of tea and it was Dilmah, not cheap crap lol.

    There was Beer in the fridge as usuall but he didnt even look so he misses out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcrover View Post
    Tread lightly, keep it safe, play hard is what they advertise at the start of the show.

    Why promote excessive lifts, hoons wrecking tracks and unroadworthy mods.

    I know they are trying to make the show reach a large audience but it's not good advertising for our hobby I dont think.
    That may be a common but perhaps incorrect interpretation as all of those comments fly in the face of their motto. Playing hard doesn't necessarily have to contradict treading lightly or keeping it safe although it is all quite subjective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slunnie View Post
    That may be a common but perhaps incorrect interpretation as all of those comments fly in the face of their motto. Playing hard doesn't necessarily have to contradict treading lightly or keeping it safe although it is all quite subjective.
    You may not get the show Slunnie, they showed some guys ripping up tracks and comenting on how much fun it looks, they constantly do illegal mods to road going vehicals and promote what should basically be comp trucks driving in the bush.

    It's fine to say play hard if you are talking about the comp scene that they cover but I dont support hooning and it shouldnt be promoted on a now nationally broadcast show.

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