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  1. RacerX69

    RacerX69 Retired Gear Jammer/IBEW Retired/Wingnut

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    She is a messy one . . . . . .
     
  2. RacerX69

    RacerX69 Retired Gear Jammer/IBEW Retired/Wingnut

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    Why is it people think "today's" NASCAR is jerks bashing into each other?



    "Today's?
     
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  3. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LAST

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    blehh....

    slower speeds compared to today's higher speeds and aggressiveness.
     
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  4. pilot87

    pilot87 Well-Known Member

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    Why does anyone find NASCAR remotely entertaining???.....
     
  5. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LAST

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    i don't.....

    why does Home Depot and Lowe's spend nearly $60 million dollars a year on NASCAR advertising, yet pay thier employee's next to minimum wages..??

    (i know this, i worked for Lowe's and an article in my local paper, sports section had an article on this, a few years ago)
     
  6. pilot87

    pilot87 Well-Known Member

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    I don't either.......

    Why don't I shop at either place???.... now I know.....
     
  7. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LAST

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    why do i feel the need to eat a roasted hot dog, when i just ate 2 big helpings of tuna casserole..??
     
  8. RacerX69

    RacerX69 Retired Gear Jammer/IBEW Retired/Wingnut

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    Really?

    1979 Daytona 500.

    Qualifying speed: 196.049 mph

    Average race speed: 143.977 mph


    2014 Daytona 500

    Qualifying speed: 196.019 mph

    Average race speed: 145.29 mph


    Looks like the cars were running faster in 1979 (qualifying speed is higher) than they do today. The numbers don't lie.

    Don't ask me why.
     
  9. Road Dust

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    Why is it good for the gander if it was good for the goose?
     
  10. Guardrail

    Guardrail Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Why does everyone think it's good for the goose? Did anyone ever consult the goose?

    Guardrail
     
  11. Big Dave

    Big Dave Dispatcher for Team BRG-Wong

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    Why did GT goose a gander??
     
  12. Guardrail

    Guardrail Super Moderator Staff Member

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    GT, put your gander away. This is a family friendly forum.

    Guardrail
     
  13. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LAST

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    my gander was in an uproar the other day....

    funny to see an uproaring gander.....looking for a little goosie, goose.....

    made my chihuahua jealous, as he couldn't find his taco bell.....
     
  14. WildHeart

    WildHeart Well-Known Member

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    Why is it raining but smell like snow?

    Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk
     
  15. Cerberus_Kelpie

    Cerberus_Kelpie Wings Over the World!

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    Need
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    Cause
    Arrogance
    Repels

    Et Tu Brute??

    WHY is not available in all Languages and, eye, 4 one, do not care, so please do not ask me WHY.

    CHEERS!!
     
  16. Guardrail

    Guardrail Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Why did you use eye for I?

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  17. pro1driver

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    i didn't know snow smelled

    i didn't know rain smelled....

    i do know that if someone does not use deodorant, he or she, will smell.

    i do know dog poop smells

    i do know pop-corn smells

    why doesn't it rain in southern California..???
     
  18. pilot87

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    Why don't more people realize that each season has its own distinct aroma? ..... Summer being associated with that freshly cut grass aroma.....The aroma of rain often associated with Spring....etc.....

    Why, or rather, how, do these meteorological events produce an aromatic quality about them??.... There may be several reasons, depending on the conditions of the atmosphere at the time the precipitation is occurring....for example, the level of moisture present...or other chemicals or pollutants that may be present.....or another consideration may be where it is occurring... for example, an urban area or a wooded or forested area.... Urban areas are likely to produce a more acidic rain due to a heaver concentration of chemicals in the air......In wooded areas it is largely caused by bacteria....a type of filamentous bacteria that grows in soil when conditions are damp and warm. When the soil dries out, the bacteria produces spores in the soil. The force of the falling rain stirs these tiny spores into the air where the moisture helps to carry them along and we breathe them in when we inhale the moist air....... It is these spores that produce that distinctive, "earthy" smell we often associate with rainfall........

    When it comes to Snow...The nitrate ions in the snow can interact with sunlight to produce nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, pollutants largely coming from the combustion of fossil fuels.....Snow can also contain formaldehyde..Some say that the actual snow itself doesn't have any particular "smell" of its own...but rather it is the interactions between the chemicals in the snow and those present in the atmosphere reacting with the sunlight that produces the "smell".......I just suggest this as one possibility concerning snow....

    Why do I think no one wants me speculate about the causes of that????

    You'll have to ask Albert Hammond.....but I think he did go on the mention that "It pours, man, it pours".........
     
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    Why did you use "4" for "for"?

    To late... "Eye" already did... Why am I always 2 late??
     
  20. pilot87

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    Why was it [​IMG] ???????
     

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