How ironic is this... Me and my son were just trading one liners from Stripes... Missed the "Lighten Up Francis" one from Sgt Hulka, but remembered a whole bunch more. (Excuse me Stewardess, is there a movie on this flight?".... "So nobody cried when they saw Old Yeller?".... "Are these my men sir?... No.. Here come your men right now...")
Back to the Martinsville deal, like I said, they say rivalries are good for the sport.
I love all the theories too: "If you drove, you would have done the same thing..." You guys are only mad because it happened to a Jersey boy...." Wrong on both counts in my case, and yup, I never turned a lap in cup racing, as I don't think anyone in this thread has either.
To me, comparing what happened a few weeks back with Kyle Busch and Kyle Larsen to what happened the last 10 laps at Martinsville yesterday is apples and oranges. My opinion. Not looking for others to change theirs.
Amazing that some folks are cool with stating their opinion and reasons for it. But for some reason, there are others who provide their opinion, but then have to invite an arguement... "I've got big shoulders"... Bring it on... I can handle it." Maybe you guys are listening to too much talk radio or something. If you really need that type of entertainment, I think the complete complete Morten Downey Jr show is now available on DVD.
News flash guys: The internet has been around for a few decades, and guess what: After billions and billions of posts, and arguements on every subject... which have costs folks friendships, marriages, and worse, not once has anybody's mind ever been change from their original position. Not going to happen here either.
If you want to state your opinion, that's cool. If you can't do it without egg'n folks on to battle it out, and to bring it on, then you're on the wrong board.
So the here's the most important question:
If you weren't planning on watching the remaining cup races, are you any more likely to tune in now?
- Same as pre-Martinsville