Will you boycott the show? I will.

Will you boycott the show? I will.


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DaShowstoppa

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Anything new the BBC put out won't be worth watching anyway. The only reason Top Gear was so good was Clarkson's writing and imagination.

I've been boycotting the licence fee for the last 15 years anyway. The sooner the BBC are thrown to the wolves of the free-market the better and frankly I don't think much of people who pay it.

Paying the license fee isn't exactly a choice. You pay it or some policemen will come.
 

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Boycott the licence fee, not just the show. Hit the marxists where it hurts.

Clarkson will pop up with another show, it's only a matter of time.
 

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You can't possibly be serious.

If you like drift racing, then certainly. Sure the plot was missing presumed dead, as was the acting - but the car stuff was very watchable.
 

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You can't possibly be serious.
I am serious. Out of all the Fast and Furious movies, Tokyo Drift ties with the first movie for highest number of races and the Sean vs Takashi race at the end was the longest in the series. Also, the focus of the movie revolves around the skill of 'drifting' which is a pretty big car culture as you know. So 'car racing' wise, it was good.
 
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