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We have a strange family which differ in response to coffee.My daughter thrives on coffee, as all through university, in both degrees she picked up, the other students always remember her as the girl…Continue
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On the second viewing, Amish road rage still brings a chuckle.
Stupid Amish! But many religious are like that - the lot where I grew up was the same.
News bulletin: Indy cars don't use gasoline; they use ethanol, currently supplied by Sunoco. Oh, and as for "not being a sport," I've met several professional drivers, among them Al Unser, Jr, whose handshake might as well have been iron ... or didn't you know there is no power steering on their machines?Should I also mention that, over a 500-mile race, most drivers will lose an average of 10 pounds of water weight, owing to the heat on the track and in their cars, never mind their own exertion? Seems I just did.
Or an Amish-type race with horse-drawn Model T Fords.
(I despise the Amish; they are the largest group of puppy and kitten mill operators in the US. "Animals have no souls, so we can treat them like self-replicating machines.")
The Indy 500 contestants pushing their own cars would make it a true sport!
Push their own cars? Lovely to see!
What will the Indy 500 cars use for fuel when gasoline is no longer "in"?
A long weekend here in America, highlighted in Indiana by the Indy 500. Personnally, I don't give a squat. The local media covers it ad nauseum. There's the old joke that a typical Hoosier is one that dribbles a basketball while looking for mushrooms walking around the Speedway racetrack. I'm sure if he's with someone, he says "ain't" and "have went" and "we was".
Have a nice weekend, wherever you are.
Yesterday I thought autumn was starting early - I had to take shelter from a hailstorm - but today the weather looks better.
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