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post #1 of 14 Old 11-20-2015, 11:50 AM Thread Starter
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Upgrading From The R3 to a Daytona 675R. Back to back Comparison.

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I stopped not even halfway thru the video. Sick of swearing in youtube motorcycle video. F#@@@ great bike, F^%$# great bike. Yeah I get it.
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I stopped not even halfway thru the video. Sick of swearing in youtube motorcycle video. F#@@@ great bike, F^%$# great bike. Yeah I get it.
I agree not my thing. There's a few great Moto Vloggers out there though that luckily have great quality of content and don't feel the need to swear every other sentence.
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I agree. I watch a lot of motovlogger videos and many seem like they deliberately use the F word repeatedly to make themselves seem more cool and legit. The good ones will throw an f bomb here and there naturally, but the ones who overdo it just come off as trying too hard.

Having said that, I haven't actually watched this video yet but I will when I get off work later, and I'll overlook any foul language and try to understand the point. I am actually interested in the Daytona.
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I just watched it and the swearing wasn't too bad. Maybe started off a bit rough but that's it. Nice vid. I think an r3 and a supersport is a perfect combination if you can keep two bikes.
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I ride my bigger cc sport bike with far more respect and safety, I ride the R3 like I'm a crazy person. That's what I love about the difference in large and small cc bikes.

Anyway, vid wasn't bad at all. Some swearing here and there, what world are we living in these days? Has the politically correct social media climate just made everyone a prissy? I find all the false internet outrage going on over nothing much more annoying than someone swearing.
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The swearing was nowhere near what I was expecting t to be lol. Maybe I'm desensitized because of the military.

The review sounds like it would help a newish person. Someone with a bit more experience is going to want to know more specific things like brake and suspension comparisons, details in specific parts used (any brembo, Nissan, tokico, ohlins, etc), etc.

Overall it wasn't a bad review/comparison at all.
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I see swearing as a lack of vocabulary or sentence building in these youtube bike reviews.
I swear when I drop something on my foot or someone almost hits my car in traffic.
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I swear every time I click on a video and its a #*@&!^) motovlogger.
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I'm a motovlogger and I swear on-occasion, but if I am watching someone for the first time and they're swearing too much, it reads as unnecessary aggression. Not a good first-impression. During those 'get to know you' moments, swearing is ill-advised.
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