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Going with a tapered spacer instead of a plate with added downforce. I don't see a heck of a lot of difference to what they were already doing myself. They said they were trying to slow them down a bit. How that equates to not being good beats the heck out of me. Now three days of Florida monsoon? that's not good. :biggrin:
 

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Here we go, it's interesting when you scroll down the tweet



This is one of tweets below the thread from a deathbedder..never mind the thread is about who's your favorite 7 time champion. I by gawd have a real problem here :XXROFL:
 
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Charlie Spencer

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Here we go, it's interesting when you scroll down the tweet

This is one of tweets below the thread from a deathbedder..never mind the thread is about who's your favorite 7 time champion. I by gawd have a real problem here :XXROFL:
See, this is why I avoid Twitter. I see a handle like 'ChefThomas4', with a picture of fresh fruit, and I expect comments on cooking. So I click on the guy and I see nothing original from ChefThomas himself, just 8 bazillion retweets. The guy is obviously entitled to post and retweet whatever he wants, but I gave up on Twitter because few folks stick to their areas of expertise. I don't care who Mark Martin has on his play list or what Matt Kenseth ate in the airport or what political opinions any of them want to echo. I just found it too hard to separate the wheat from the chaff.
 

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See, this is why I avoid Twitter. I see a handle like 'ChefThomas4', with a picture of fresh fruit, and I expect comments on cooking. So I click on the guy and I see nothing original from ChefThomas himself, just 8 bazillion retweets. The guy is obviously entitled to post and retweet whatever he wants, but I gave up on Twitter because few folks stick to their areas of expertise. I don't care who Mark Martin has on his play list or what Matt Kenseth ate in the airport or what political opinions any of them want to echo. I just found it too hard to separate the wheat from the chaff.
The Chef probably should stick to butchering cum quats huh Charlie. :) BTW there was no need to look any further, I posted what he said. :idunno: It's supposed to be funny ha ha? BTW please don't let jackman get a hold of it, there is a reason somewhere why Jack is in the name. :biggrin:
 

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The Chef probably should stick to butchering cum quats huh Charlie. :) BTW there was no need to look any further, I posted what he said. :idunno: It's supposed to be funny ha ha? BTW please don't let jackman get a hold of it, there is a reason somewhere why Jack is in the name. :biggrin:
What was funny was his massive number of followers. I doubt I'd ever be able attain double-digits.

He can stick to whatever he wants. My inability to navigate Twitter effectively extends well beyond him.
 

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Boy if they start saying Gibbs is part of the family, it could be curtains. :biggrin:

Friday 5: Despite 2 wins in a row, Toyota boss has sharp words for teams
 
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Some people's children were apparently dropped on their heads too many times. :XXROFL:

From the Associated Press:

CLAIM: NASCAR, which recently banned the Confederate flag at its events, is now forcing its drivers to engage in Muslim prayer.

AP’S ASSESSMENT: False. A photo circulating with this bogus claim shows NASCAR drivers at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway taking part in a longstanding tradition called “kissing the bricks.”
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Some people's children were apparently dropped on their heads too many times. :XXROFL:

From the Associated Press:

CLAIM: NASCAR, which recently banned the Confederate flag at its events, is now forcing its drivers to engage in Muslim prayer.

AP’S ASSESSMENT: False. A photo circulating with this bogus claim shows NASCAR drivers at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway taking part in a longstanding tradition called “kissing the bricks.”
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What planet do these people come from? :XXROFL:
 

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I dont know if this belongs here but here it is. I owe an apology for jumping off the ledge on this one.
 
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