Please pass this on. Let .@HillaryClinton's own words sink her bid for election. pic.twitter.com/UyKuqTiBY6
— Sagesavant (@Sagesavant) December 23, 2013
Sunday, December 22, 2013
Sunday, November 24, 2013
After chirping me he deleted his tweets, but that's fine took a screenshot of them. Tonight, this same clown came back with this beauty. Shortly after here it is. You have to love these internet tough guys. I would be willing to bet this is probably my stalker.
Here's the twitter account of the said skippy now. Like I said, this is probably the same clown that has been stalking me.
One more post before he changed his Avatar and deleted his tweet again. What a coward.
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Thursday, August 29, 2013
|Steve Kinser 2007 World of Outlaws sprint car racing car at the famous Kings Royal sprint car race. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
John Gibson, One Dirt -- The WRG is the reason, we could end up with another sprint car series. Don't say it won happen, because it could. The NST was formed for this very reason. You have NASCAR Drivers backing sprint car teams and if they become unhappy, things could happen. Don't discount their complains.Again, I would caution the World Racing Group to not discount what the drivers are saying, or do so at your own risk. You don't have a strong series without good drivers. Also, There are many tracks out there that will put up the bit money purses to have the good drivers to come to town and put on a show. Also, the World of Outlaws Late Models have to compete with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. I think many would like to see a top of the line Sprint Car series competing with STP WoO Sprint Car series.
t’s an interesting dilemma for the series owners though, do you listen to your drivers or the fans’ feedback? If the drivers aren’t happy, then the racing suffers. But, if the fans aren’t happy, then they don’t show up for the events and the racing will slowly die.
I tend to side with WRG on this one. I think they should consult the drivers about particular issues, but for the most part their main concern should be with the fans’ experience at the track.
Jeremy Elliot wrote a great column about the divide between the drivers and WRG where he brings up a point: The complaints have ranged from rules, to track surfaces, formats and tires. The one common thread: the drivers aren’t consulted by the men calling the shots.
Last weekend, Donny Schatz destroyed his Primary Car, pulled out his backup car and ended up winning the Feature race at Castrol Raceway. With the win, Schatz now has 17 feature wins on the season. The win also pulled him within 24 points of the leader Daryn Pittman.
Sunday, June 16, 2013
Fargo, ND driver Donny Schatz sweeps the weekend on the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and gets his sixth victory of the season. This was Donny's 13th career victory at Knoxville Raceway. Weather permitting, the World of Outlaws Sprint Car series invades River Cities Speedway on June 21, 2013.
Monday, May 27, 2013
Sunday, May 26, 2013
Flags In: A Memorial Day tradition for Soldiers of @the_old_guard at @arlingtonnatl Cemetery ow.ly/i/2bZac
— Soldiers Magazine (@SoldiersMag) May 24, 2013