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    Quote Originally Posted by The Voice View Post
    So you don't watch NASCAR do you?
    Why? Was she last??

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Berean View Post
    Why? Was she last??

    Don't worry it was a rhetorical question...
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Voice View Post
    Don't worry it was a rhetorical question...
    I never worry about questions that can't be answered!!! I just laugh!!
    My apologies if defending seems defensive!!

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    It occurs to me to mention that I'm not particularly bothered that a 100 pound, 5'2" woman can do something I can't!!

    I wonder how many 100 pound 5'2" GUYS race Nascar?? I don't care how much power assist there is, horsing around a 3800 pound 190mph plus race car can't be easy. Or to put an Indy car on the pole at 229 mph.
    Last edited by The Berean; 03-06-2014 at 04:54 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Berean View Post
    It occurs to me to mention that I'm not particularly bothered that a 100 pound, 5'2" woman can do something I can't!!

    I wonder how many 100 pound 5'2" GUYS race Nascar?? I don't care how much power assist there is, horsing around a 3800 pound 190mph plus race car can't be easy. Or to put an Indy car on the pole at 229 mph.
    This is you sticking your nose in where it doesn't belong as usual.

    You don't watch NASCAR you don't really know anything about it but you feel an overwhelming need to impose your opinion on those who do none the less. Very telling of the human nature.

    FYI: all the driver are jockeys these days but you would know that if you watched.
    Last edited by The Voice; 03-06-2014 at 10:12 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Voice View Post
    This is you sticking your nose in where it doesn't belong as usual.

    You don't watch NASCAR you don't really know anything about it but you feel an overwhelming need to impose your opinion on those who do none the less. Very telling of the human nature.
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    I watch Nascar when I can, but that isn't very often. One reason for my interest is that I raced stock cars myself years ago.

    As to human nature, well, your history with your pants down is nothing to be proud of, as is your attack record.

    So, have a good weekend!!
    My apologies if defending seems defensive!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Voice View Post
    ....FYI: all the driver are jockeys these days but you would know that if you watched.
    Indeed?? Don't recall the mention of the heights of drivers during the races.

    However, in looking for the information, Answers.com says that drivers range in height from 5'6" Andretti, to Micheal Waltrip "a whoping 6'5". Jockeys?? Hmmm.

    I'd guess you also dislike the woman for pulling down THAT average, too!!!
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    Indeed?? Don't recall the mention of the heights of drivers during the races.

    However, in looking for the information, Answers.com says that drivers range in height from 5'6" Andretti, to Micheal Waltrip "a whoping 6'5". Jockeys?? Hmmm.

    I'd guess you also dislike the woman for pulling down THAT average, too!!!
    Most of the drivers are small, being small is an advantage in NASCAR. and even more so in Indy Cars.
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    http://www.nascar.com/en_us/news-med...t-daytona.html

    Heres the explanation for you.

    The same type of rules apply in Indy Car's but the effect is actually multiplied due to the much lighter car weight and higher horsepower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Berean View Post
    Indeed?? Don't recall the mention of the heights of drivers during the races.

    However, in looking for the information, Answers.com says that drivers range in height from 5'6" Andretti, to Micheal Waltrip "a whoping 6'5". Jockeys?? Hmmm.

    I'd guess you also dislike the woman for pulling down THAT average, too!!!
    Like I said you don't watch you don't know the rules you need to stop having to tell everybody where it's at.

    Besides everyone already knows your real problem with me is I am an atheist.
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    Robby Gordon apparently complained about Danica having a weight advantage. But I never heard Micheal Waltrip complain about Mark Martin's 125 pound weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Voice View Post
    ...Besides everyone already knows your real problem with me is I am an atheist.
    Everyone who??? The other atheists I have been friends with over the years??

    That's just thilly!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Berean View Post
    I watch Nascar when I can, but that isn't very often. One reason for my interest is that I raced stock cars myself years ago.

    As to human nature, well, your history with your pants down is nothing to be proud of, as is your attack record.

    So, have a good weekend!!
    Say's the king of the backhanded insult.
    Last edited by The Voice; 03-07-2014 at 09:35 PM. Reason: Spelling
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Berean View Post
    Robby Gordon apparently complained about Danica having a weight advantage. But I never heard Micheal Waltrip complain about Mark Martin's 125 pound weight.
    It is an advantage and by the way how many races did Mark Martin win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Voice View Post
    Say's the king off the backhanded insult.
    ..to the king of false accusations, and leaving somebody out to dry??
    My apologies if defending seems defensive!!

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    It is an advantage and by the way how many races did Mark Martin win.
    That logic would be easy to trace if weight was such a huge advantage. But in a 3300 lb car, it doesn't make that much difference.
    My apologies if defending seems defensive!!

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    Fact remains Danica finish's 30th week after week in top 10 equipment and unless you can come up with a plausible explanation for this your opinion doesn't hold much weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Berean View Post
    ..to the king of false accusations, and leaving somebody out to dry??
    Are you sure you really want to go there Barry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Berean View Post
    ..to the king of false accusations, and leaving somebody out to dry??
    I already told you this isn't over yet. I am just waiting to run into the right person and then we are going to have a good long conversation about you and soonet. Then it will be over one way or the other don't worry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Berean View Post
    ..to the king of false accusations, and leaving somebody out to dry??
    I've already admitted that it may have been a MISUNDERSTANDING but you can sure as hell bet that it is no false accusation and I had a conversation with my employer that included the words Trespass notice and if you don't think I have the cahonies then you just go ahead and try me out.
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