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  1. Trab Pu Kcip's 2500th Post Blog, as he's about to reach another milestone.

    by , 11-06-2020 at 06:56 AM (The Blog Scrapbook)
    Goddamn, I'm at 2,500 posts already? It seems like a short time ago that I hit 1000, and now we're here. Time Flies.

    September was a slow month, with nothing really happening here, apart from I was now starting to post 40 a day, after coming off my 2nd vacation during my time on the board. I took a 2nd name change for Halloween, as I became @Return Of The Living Trab. This still stands as I'm typing, though it may change back to Trab Pu Kcip by the end of the ...
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  2. we need to talk

    by , 11-05-2020 at 08:14 PM (GABBIN ABOUT GENOCIDE)
    *falls from a bungee jump while screeching about the shadow looming over us known as gravity*
  3. we need to talk

    by , 11-05-2020 at 07:51 PM (GABBIN ABOUT GENOCIDE)
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  4. Reviewing the Imola F1 race, though 4 days late...

    by , 11-05-2020 at 01:53 PM (The Blog Scrapbook)
    To be honest, I kinda lost interest in doing them, but as the Imola GP aired on Sunday, I'll get it out of the way.

    Alright, this was better than last week. It was more closer in gaps and there was more action, more retirements and more drama. I like some moments when someone struggles to get started at the start, he ended up retiring at Lap 9, so turns out it was terminal. The start was one of the better ones of the year, and the race actually had a good midfield battle. I also liked ...
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  5. A short review about the Portugal GP

    by , 10-25-2020 at 07:46 AM (The Blog Scrapbook)
    Some spoilers here, no surprise here, but the review isn't as long as the more recent ones.

    In all honestly, It was shit. No one retired due to crashes, and the one who did retire (he gave up) was in dead last. Just one in a higher position and for some technical failure would've been nice. The racing was unspectacular for most of it, and to top it all off, what a predictable ending. Mercedes 1-2 and Red Bull 3 again, boy do the rest of the field need to catch up. The gaps are a problem ...