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Old 23rd February 2013, 05:41 PM   #10441
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Yes they do. Best dog money can buy
Evil, evil Cal!
Thomas, you let him to do that?
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Old 23rd February 2013, 05:44 PM   #10442
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Evil, evil Cal!
Thomas, you let him to do that?
Not to worry Gyuri - just friends throwing *rap at each other. Cal's boy's won the game last night so he iz feeling hiz oats today.

Besides - that little puppy wouldn't be more than a quick mouthful for Cal - her would need three or four to take an edge off of his apatite.
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Old 23rd February 2013, 06:40 PM   #10443
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In fact that puppy is so small she would get stuck between his teeth.
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Old 23rd February 2013, 10:28 PM   #10444
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When your machine winds up looking like this - well you just feel lucky to walk away from it in one piece. The driver did manage to jump right out of the wreck and is ok. The car tried to go up into the crowd but was caught by "catch fence" (which got mangled).
The officials were checking the crowd to see if anyone might have been injured by flying debris but as far as I know there wasn't anyone that suffered any serious injuries.

The little pile of stuff that iz burning up in the stands iz the engine to the car - nice souvenir!!!

This wuz just the warm up race leading up to the big race tomorrow...
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Old 23rd February 2013, 10:35 PM   #10445
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I didn't see it, I was out being 'good husband'

For the first time in a long time, Tony Stewart wasn't himself. [Fill in your favourite name for him here]

He said when he saw the wreck in his rearview mirror, he [paraphrasing] stopped thinking about his position on the track and started thinking about the safety of the fans and his competitors. Musta bin quite the wreck. I'll look for it later.
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Old 23rd February 2013, 10:45 PM   #10446
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Thomas, you let him to do that?
I really should be more careful around an old Navy guy shouldn't I?
Street training doesn't compare with the discipline learned in the Forces.
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Cal's boy's won the game last night so he iz feeling hiz oats today.
How come they feel like porridge?
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Old 23rd February 2013, 10:53 PM   #10447
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I really should be more careful around an old Navy guy shouldn't I?
Street training doesn't compare with the discipline learned in the Forces.

How come they feel like porridge?
That training came in pretty handy when I wuz a bouncer at at rock 'n roll club that attracted it's fair share of bikers with certain bands. There were a couple of times going into it where I wuz pretty sure that I would wind up in the hospital but came out just fine. Bouncing the drunks wasn't all that difficult - the ones that were zoned out of crank or PCP - now those were nasty!!!
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Ya, drunks are tough on the outside but rather useless when it comes to nasty dancing. The only problem with them is they don't notice the pain until morning. Hyped up types have been known to cause more than the occasional bruise.

Where's Jacco? He probably has something to add to this.
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Long time ago I got pinched on a dance floor, when I turned around to thank the lady, it wasn't one.

OMG, what are they doing to those pretty cars.
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Long time ago I got pinched on a dance floor, when I turned around to thank the lady, it wasn't one.

OMG, what are they doing to those pretty cars.
New report this evening sez that there were 11 people in the stands that have been treated for injuries - six of them for critical injuries.... That's a real bummer and my thought and prayers go out them and there families...

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports...ytona/1941529/
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