Don't know about you, but wouldn't you get annoyed if someone just comes on these forums, totally ignores all the stickies that had a good amount of time and thought put in, and posts how they are godly and an exception to all your advice/knowledge?
no? then how about multiplying that by about 20 a week, where others put pretty much similar reasoning? you try to help and advise but it gets pretty tiresome after a while. now what if after all the advice you give them they STILL get a brand spanking new liter bike? I personally would feel like crap because the entire post would have been pointless, they've already made up their mind and are just fishing for someone else to say it's ok.
I've spent some time lurking on this specific forum, read all the stickies and bought myself an F3, it's an older 600, but 600 nonetheless, so what happens after my first couple months owning it? I crashed it, simply because I didn't realize just how good and sensitive the brakes are. Just because I crashed doesn't mean everyone else will, but that's just an example of how someone can get into something without knowing how much they're in over their heads. If people want advice, they're more than welcome to get it here... I signed up here to learn more and become a better rider, make a few new friends along the way and put in my own
CruisInR6, do you even own a bike? by saying "you sport bike people" I understand that you still don't count yourself part of this fun yet dangerous community. My heart won't bleed over people I give advice to and they don't listen because I don't personally know most of them, if I do know of someone who did crash and died, my heart does go out to said person and their friends and family, but once again, I won't lose any sleep over it unless I personally know them.