Nascar directed shills on this board?

Charlie Spencer

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Some people are little tetchy about the way they go about sayings.
But all of my Ops that meet at the mechanical sheep parts warehouse pronounce et as
'Shillicon' (pernounced chillicon).
Chillicon? Isn't that one them thar musical fest-ee-val thingies?
 

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Chillicon? Isn't that one them thar musical fest-ee-val thingies?
At this rate Shillicon/Chillicon will soon become as Americona as Baseball /Appie Pie/ Coca-Cola /Chevrolet.

The word Shillicon, Chillicon is turning into one of those universal power words and phrases sultable for virtually any conversation.

The common man can work in 'sheit fire' to correctly emphasis the desired response. Watch out for the equally profound chiliconfication to come down in the next few years.
 

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Tough deal for the innocent Chilliconians that just want an honest good bowl of Chilli.
 

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Off my meds, studyin on killin
Godspeed "Long live the France Dynasty"

In the event of a required shill shilling.

1. Premeditate and plan. Details count. Remember your shillicon 101 and stealth principles.
2. Pay cash for everything you use in the performed shilling. Avoid ATMs during the mission.
3. Buy everything you use for the shilling outside of your normal travel area (including your clothes), avoid garments unique to a particular area. Nationally-sold brands work best. Avoid wearing any motorsports apparel and having any obvious motorsports accessories on your vehicle during the mission.
4. Everything used for the shilling, including your clothes, should be different brands than what you usually buy and new. If you have a shelf full of Wrangler jeans, consider wearing Levis to do the shill. This is especially true for gloves, tools and for anything else that will be in definite contact with the shill target. The same applies for surface areas at the scene, like shoes or footwear contacting floors.
5. Don't try to frame somebody for the performed shill. That just leaves more clues. Treat the scene like a park: leave no trace.
6. Do not leave any shill related messages for others to discover.
7. Pick a method that will not attract immediate attention. Gunshots leave too much evidence, and make too much noise. For a close-range shill, it is OK to debilitate your target before the shill, but make sure the target goes down with the first blow. You don't want a wrestling match. Use a shilling stroke with your first blow, or strike the target senseless with a first blow, and finish them off quickly.
8. Make sure you have no electronic tracking devices on your person or vehicle(s). Avoid any GPS-enabled device that can track your movements (including your phone) and any cards like a Speedpass that might inadvertently trigger a hit on a transponder.
9. Dispose of the evidence, including every stitch of clothing you have on, outside of your normal area of travel, don't dispose of it all at the same place. Avoid disposals where it can be easily traced to you. Put some here and some there so the evidence does not attract attention. Avoid containers like a barrel or sealed box that would create attention.
10. Sanitize your vehicle in advance. Use waterproof seat covers, new floor mats, etc. Follow the previously written disposal rule(s) # 9 for these items as well.

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7. Pick a method that will not attract immediate attention. Gunshots leave too much evidence, and make too much noise. For a close-range shill, it is OK to debilitate your target before the shill, but make sure the target goes down with the first blow. You don't want a wrestling match. Use a shilling stroke with your first blow, or strike the target senseless with a first blow, and finish them off quickly.
I suggest shaming on social media. Create multiple dummy accounts and use the computers at libraries in other towns.
 

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I suggest shaming on social media. Create multiple dummy accounts and use the computers at libraries in other towns.
Create a NASCAR/Racing "news" twitter feed/source, make it look somewhat official, and then defend NASCAR at any level when somebody decides to tweet Matt Weaver or Gluck once in a while that a change is lame.
 

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Off my meds, studyin on killin
Nah, bare handed. Up close and gory, Usually when I have these urges I go to the local Piggly Wiggly and walk around, takes the edge off as long as no one makes eye contact. No coffee or sugary drinks, No "Morning Joe" or Kardashian updates either, all these could lead to a bad day for some one. Wife has some papers on me from the court, if it doesn't get better in a day or two, those nice men with tasers will stop by and I'll get a free ride down south for a couple of weeks.
 

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Godspeed "Long live the France Dynasty"

In the event of a required shill shilling.

1. Premeditate and plan. Details count. Remember your shillicon 101 and stealth principles.
2. Pay cash for everything you use in the performed shilling. Avoid ATMs during the mission.
3. Buy everything you use for the shilling outside of your normal travel area (including your clothes), avoid garments unique to a particular area. Nationally-sold brands work best. Avoid wearing any motorsports apparel and having any obvious motorsports accessories on your vehicle during the mission.
4. Everything used for the shilling, including your clothes, should be different brands than what you usually buy and new. If you have a shelf full of Wrangler jeans, consider wearing Levis to do the shill. This is especially true for gloves, tools and for anything else that will be in definite contact with the shill target. The same applies for surface areas at the scene, like shoes or footwear contacting floors.
5. Don't try to frame somebody for the performed shill. That just leaves more clues. Treat the scene like a park: leave no trace.
6. Do not leave any shill related messages for others to discover.
7. Pick a method that will not attract immediate attention. Gunshots leave too much evidence, and make too much noise. For a close-range shill, it is OK to debilitate your target before the shill, but make sure the target goes down with the first blow. You don't want a wrestling match. Use a shilling stroke with your first blow, or strike the target senseless with a first blow, and finish them off quickly.
8. Make sure you have no electronic tracking devices on your person or vehicle(s). Avoid any GPS-enabled device that can track your movements (including your phone) and any cards like a Speedpass that might inadvertently trigger a hit on a transponder.
9. Dispose of the evidence, including every stitch of clothing you have on, outside of your normal area of travel, don't dispose of it all at the same place. Avoid disposals where it can be easily traced to you. Put some here and some there so the evidence does not attract attention. Avoid containers like a barrel or sealed box that would create attention.
10. Sanitize your vehicle in advance. Use waterproof seat covers, new floor mats, etc. Follow the previously written disposal rule(s) # 9 for these items as well.



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Straight up solid. Had a guy I met at the produce stand of I-65 between Cullman and Birmingham. Never looked at each other, never spoke, no phones, no one else involved. We have unique implants in our brains, we can share thoughts at close range, usually within 25 feet. He needed a favor, I took care of it. Let's just say he's loaded, and now I'm a shillionaire......still in business, and good to go, but I draw the line at "drive by shillings". Too risky.
 

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Straight up solid. Had a guy I met at the produce stand of I-65 between Cullman and Birmingham. Never looked at each other, never spoke, no phones, no one else involved. We have unique implants in our brains, we can share thoughts at close range, usually within 25 feet. He needed a favor, I took care of it. Let's just say he's loaded, and now I'm a shillionaire......still in business, and good to go, but I draw the line at "drive by shillings". Too risky.
That's some good Chillitian fellowship that the unbelievers will never know.
 

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That's some good Chillitian fellowship that the unbelievers will never know.
You're correct. They'll never know the sweetness of the fellowship or the secret hand shake. Much less get a ring. Initiation process is more than most mortals can bare.
 

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You're correct. They'll never know the sweetness of the fellowship or the secret hand shake. Much less get a ring. Initiation process is more than most mortals can bare.
I would discuss the cheerleaders and Pep girl recruiters, they are great. But I do not want another class of 2015 fiasco.
 

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I would discuss the cheerleaders and Pep girl recruiters, they are great. But I do not want another class of 2015 fiasco.
Nah, no more fiascos. Dean Werner lost his gig over the last one.
 

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The Shilliconification is not as widely needed as some would think.
We have never needed a murder consutant to serve like Ray Lewis did for the NFL.

The biggest complaint is boring drivers towing the company line. Think about that, there are plenty of athletes in other sports that are criminals, our drivers are very clean in comparison.
 

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What if Ian traveled from a faraway kingdom to save us from the Shills?

Perhaps Trolls and Shills are natural enemies...
 
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