Tuesday, July 8

And Here It Is

J-Law issues an apology.


Anonymous said...

Blah, blah, blah....trying to save my ass...blah, blah.

I would bet he had little, if anything, to do with writing that. The ghost author even tried to make it sound "street" to be more convincing. Haha.

The kid is a punk, and a joke. Mitch Payton was a genius passing up on him when he went pro.

His career is just like a case of hemorrhoids. It is painful and uncomfortable to deal with, but thankfully only temporary.

Matthes said...

I believe him, I think he's going to apply to the "Ryan Dungey career advice" school and he'll soon be "in the best shape of his life" and that he'll get hired by Mitch asap.

I also believe in unicorns, long walks in the park, rainbows, leprechauns, big business caring about people and politicians do NOT lie.

scott lukaitis said...

As a fellow Jersey resident I am glad Jason "manned up" and apologized. Hopefully he will be able to get the help he needs and turn this downward spiral around. Remember he is the only rider to win an outdoor moto other than Villopoto and Stewart this season.

I wish him the best and hope to see him on the podium again soon.

Anonymous said...

JLAW the Tony Stewart of Motoxross

Mandatory anger management classes required.

Look How Tony has turned out.

Yamaha of Troy its time to step up and help him through these issues as it will pay huge dividends in the end.

This does not mean just forgive him. Make him prove his sincerity, and get professional help.

Go Jlaw