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Old 10-19-2010, 07:47 PM   #136
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WOW.....don't really know why I'm reading this thread.....Anyways, I don't know what shit has gone on in the past on other forums, but I thought I'd let you guys know you all look like a bunch of pussies in this thread. Makes me think of something I would read if I were on a "3rd grade girls only" forum.
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:48 PM   #137
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First off, I never found this newby thread, so here is my first post.

Some of you from CompD among other forums would know me. Next season will be my 31st year in drag racing, I have raced many different vehicles, from my mothers car, to pickup trucks, motorcycles to single purpose race cars. My current truck is the fastest unit I have ever raced, I have been consistantly in the 10's with this truck. I say this just so it is on record that I know at least a little bit about racing and diesel engines.

I have never met Greg in person, but I have talked to him many many times at length. I have also purchased product from him. He has never been a jerk, very freindly and very willing to help out in any way that he can. He DOES know his stuff in my opinion. He maybe goes a little overboard from time to time to get his points accross, but really is there anyone out here that dosent push the envelope from time to time?? Really??

I have to say that this thread started out good, with some very good interesting information, and then it went to shit! Its stuff like this that sometimes makes me almost embarassed to drive a diesel race truck....... one person has a problem with someone, says his peice, then all of a sudden there is a bunch of mice that follow along and talk a bunch of shit that sounds cool,, but really isnt. I thought that most of us got out of that when we finished high school.

If you want to call me a Greg fan, whatever. This is not my point, I just cant stand the child like bullshit that happens. The whole reason I got into diesel racing instead of continuing in the gas world was the people, but that seems to be going down the drain.

Well that is my point, take it for what it is worth, say what you will.

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Newb thread is in the trash or be trashed section....where this thread should be.
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:53 PM   #138
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Newb thread is in the trash or be trashed section....where this thread should be.
I agree!

Jason, so what if it is Greg pumping his chest. Richard came over and then the rest followed and took their little jabs, just like little school kids...

The only reason I took the time to post on here is to voice how stupid people are getting. And really how bad it is reflecting on the diesel community that we are trying to build and nurture
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Old 10-19-2010, 08:06 PM   #139
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Greg....you did not OWN any of these cars. You're a lying piece of shit. I wish I knew the rest but it's probably not that hard to find out.
I cant say who owns what. I don't really know. But I can say every time I have been to Gregs house the Beetle is there. Every race I have been to with him he towed it with his trailer and truck.

The Dragster the chassis is Mike's as far as I know but the engine, trans, and most everything else Greg bought. You guy keep beating him down because it is taking him so long. He is not racing on someone elses check book. Every time I go to Texas he has more parts. I know he would like for it to be done but it takes time.

Greg is a passionate guy. His passion for diesels is impressive even to me. His real problem if you can call it one is that he a little boy at Christmas when he gets new parts. He want to show them off. You guys hate that. You hate he is doing something.

The diesel world in general is pretty sad. Look what happens on diesel forums when I guy asks a question or show parts he has broken. He either gets beat down by a bunch interweb badazzs or get told he must by these parts from the forum sponsors he does not need because if you want to fit in you need them.

Damn near as pathetic as the import scene was with the worthless wings and fart can mufflers.

Greg has helped me ton. I needed some custom studs made. ARP would not make them for me. Greg has the pull with ARP to get them made. I would not tune Mike's car or Wade's truck if it where not for Greg.

Mike would have never put a diesel in the Mustang if it where not for Greg. Greg's cam and springs are in that car. They flat work.

Wade has had a lot of help from Greg. Greg has helped lots of people.

You just chase him around trying to make him look bad. Which sometimes is not very hard. But that doesn't make it right. You could try to out run him at the track. That in your sig sure sounds like it fast. But how fast is it? What would happen if you showed up and raced him and lost? That would be bad. Better not risk it.

We will be at The Texas Mile this weekend racing. You know where to find us.
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Old 10-19-2010, 08:14 PM   #140
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Morkable,

You know very well this started out as an infomercial for Greg, complete with lies. Decent folks will see that the correct it.
Your so lost you don't even now what is really going on. Just a pawn in stupid game. Other than you keyboard you have nothing.

Rather not work on your stuff and try to get faster. You try to build cred by bashing because keyboard racing is easier than wrenching. Besides after all the shit you have talked what would happen if your truck is still slow? Better not risk that. Just buy another TDI and make excuses why you can afford the parts for your truck.
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Old 10-19-2010, 08:41 PM   #141
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Very unprofessional. Greg was doing his thing, like he always does, just trying to promote diesel motorsports, and show the gasser guys what we got.

Potential sponsors
Potential buyers
Potential diesel racers

All were reading this thread, and were very interested.


Now there just back laughing at how we will never grow into a mainstream sport because we cant get along. Reguardless if you like him or not you should have at least supported the thread. All you guys know better, you act like you dont care.

I however do care about our sport/ our racers/ and our members and feel that you guys owe greg and YB an appology for acting like a bunch of tards.
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Old 10-19-2010, 08:44 PM   #142
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Very unprofessional. Greg was doing his thing, like he always does, just trying to promote diesel motorsports, and show the gasser guys what we got.

Potential sponsors
Potential buyers
Potential diesel racers

All were reading this thread, and were very interested.


Now there just back laughing at how we will never grow into a mainstream sport because we cant get along. Reguardless if you like him or not you should have at least supported the thread. All you guys know better, you act like you dont care.

I however do care about our sport/ our racers/ and our members and feel that you guys owe greg and YB an appology for acting like a bunch of tards.
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Old 10-19-2010, 09:07 PM   #143
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I would not tune Mike's car or Wade's truck if it where not for Greg.
Sounds to me like your just as arrogant as Greg.

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Old 10-19-2010, 09:12 PM   #144
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Old 10-19-2010, 09:18 PM   #145
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Id love to join y'all at the Texas Mile...I really would. But...I'm going to St Croix for a month this weekend and that sounds much more fun. lol

The day Greg starts telling the truth and stops being a pompous self righteous prick is the day I never say another word about him.
Till then....game on.
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Old 10-19-2010, 09:53 PM   #146
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Your so lost you don't even now what is really going on. Just a pawn in stupid game. Other than you keyboard you have nothing.

Rather not work on your stuff and try to get faster. You try to build cred by bashing because keyboard racing is easier than wrenching. Besides after all the shit you have talked what would happen if your truck is still slow? Better not risk that. Just buy another TDI and make excuses why you can afford the parts for your truck.
You must spoon Greg at night don't ya? Do you forget I (we) buy parts? we (the public) support the vendors that allow you to play. You forgot that right?

What has anything here to do with me anyways? Why are you making up crap about my TDI(s) and these alleged excuses to not by parts?

Greg, he has a track record of asshattery. TDIclub is one prime example. CompD another long term one. Like Rich said, if he posted some truths and consistency we'd all stand behind the doofus that is Greg.

I'm ashamed to have Greg spout crap off like he does in the name of "diesel".

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Old 10-19-2010, 09:59 PM   #147
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I agree!

Jason, so what if it is Greg pumping his chest. Richard came over and then the rest followed and took their little jabs, just like little school kids...

The only reason I took the time to post on here is to voice how stupid people are getting. And really how bad it is reflecting on the diesel community that we are trying to build and nurture
Richard, if I'm looking at his userinfo correctly was here first... Greg signed up only recently. I bet that was his first post. Wasn't it? I followed. It's a fun sport for me.

The "so what if". He's posted crap that's been proven wrong in other forms over and over. You don't see the wrong in that?


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Dude, might as well post this too to add more background to support his charater: Greg has LIED to me, over the phone that he was at TS. "I'm in the parking lot at waabaa's". He's got issues. Serious issues.

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Old 10-19-2010, 10:31 PM   #148
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Lots of newbs in here that can't seem to find the newbie thread.....
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Old 10-19-2010, 10:42 PM   #149
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Old 10-19-2010, 11:27 PM   #150
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Czerak, you are a first class phuckstick and everyone knows it.

You have nothing to contribute either here or at CompD. Nothing. You do not compete in anything, and yet you come here to throw rocks at someone else....like you actually have some kind of pulpit to preach from.

You have some kind of fixation on Greg that borders on the bizarre. You then try to make it look like you're some kinda hero saving the whole world from the "Threat of Greg," but all you're doing is exposing yourself as the whiningass pussy you are. You show up after the real players wage their war, to throw in your two bits so you can be in the internet badass club too!!! Wow, you're AWEsome!!!

Don't like Greg? Who the fuck cares? Just do us all a favor and shut the fuck up. You're not even worthy of a sideshow act.
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