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Duno's debut part of big weekend for women

There are 15 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Apr 27, 2007, titled Duno's debut part of big weekend for women. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Sure, Danica Patrick and Sarah Fisher are glad that the IndyCar Series is about to make motorsports history.

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an agenda

Chicago, IL

#2 Apr 28, 2007
so...the women this article talks about in trucks doesn't also make that series a "gimmick?" You just revealed yourself...nothing the irl does can please you...here's betting that you have an agenda about a number of things in life...
remember

United States

#3 Apr 28, 2007
I just wish we could hear Tom Canagey say, "And she's on it!" I think I would giggle just a bit.
Jimbo

Kernersville, NC

#4 Apr 28, 2007
Milka Duno's presence isn't about women breaking barriers. It's about the shameless promotion of a failing series, and the cleaning up of Citgo's tarnished image. The motor sport press should wake up, and realize they are being used.
Hypocrisy

Manchester, OH

#5 Apr 28, 2007
Milka is married to Felix Rodriguez, President of notorious anti-American company CITGO.


BOYCOTT THE INDY RACING LEAGUE!!!!!

excerpts of an article from
USATODAY: usatoday.com/money/industries/energy/2006-01-...

"But in fact there's nothing ordinary about Citgo. One of the USA's largest refiners, Citgo is a subsidiary of Venezuela's state-owned oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.(PDVSA). As such, it ultimately belongs to Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, an avowedly anti-American leader who counts Fidel Castro among his closest friends and mocks President Bush as a "genocidal murderer."

But some worry that Venezuela's ownership of more than 6% of U.S. refinery capacity gives Chávez, a former paratrooper given to wearing red berets and military fatigues, the power to cripple as well as comfort.

As Hurricanes Katrina and Rita demonstrated, any disruption to the nation's refining industry instantly increases gas prices. What if Chávez, who periodically threatens to curtail oil shipments to the USA, closed Citgo's refineries?

"He'd only have to do that for 90 days, and he'd destroy our economy," worries Matthew Simmons, a prominent energy investment banker. "He actually has our livelihood in his hands."
red neck alert

Chicago, IL

#6 Apr 28, 2007
Read this entire link, pin head. Everything is not as it seems.

http://www.snopes.com/politics/gasoline/citgo...
Hypocrisy wrote:
Milka is married to Felix Rodriguez, President of notorious anti-American company CITGO.
BOYCOTT THE INDY RACING LEAGUE!!!!!
excerpts of an article from
USATODAY: usatoday.com/money/industries/energy/2006-01-...
"But in fact there's nothing ordinary about Citgo. One of the USA's largest refiners, Citgo is a subsidiary of Venezuela's state-owned oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.(PDVSA). As such, it ultimately belongs to Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, an avowedly anti-American leader who counts Fidel Castro among his closest friends and mocks President Bush as a "genocidal murderer."
But some worry that Venezuela's ownership of more than 6% of U.S. refinery capacity gives Chávez, a former paratrooper given to wearing red berets and military fatigues, the power to cripple as well as comfort.
As Hurricanes Katrina and Rita demonstrated, any disruption to the nation's refining industry instantly increases gas prices. What if Chávez, who periodically threatens to curtail oil shipments to the USA, closed Citgo's refineries?
"He'd only have to do that for 90 days, and he'd destroy our economy," worries Matthew Simmons, a prominent energy investment banker. "He actually has our livelihood in his hands."
john

Circleville, OH

#7 Apr 28, 2007
bras and panties wrote:
In the IRL, what few quality standards and little talent left around 10 years ago and was replaced with novelties and gimmicks.
Welcome to Girl Power Racing. Got Gunt?
I hope no one kills themselves, but just like last year when Paul Dana was sacrificed, they probably will, in the name of Tony George's ego and ever changing blurry vision.
what an idiot. like you have room to talk.
are you men or what

Chicago, IL

#8 Apr 28, 2007
Hypocrisy and Jimbo are all worried about politics while most of us guys enjoy one hot young woman who might just be able to drive and compete. Are you dudes gay or what?

(not that there's anything wrong with that...none of my business...)
tranny

Deputy, IN

#9 Apr 28, 2007
are you men or what wrote:
Hypocrisy and Jimbo are all worried about politics while most of us guys enjoy one hot young woman who might just be able to drive and compete. Are you dudes gay or what?
(not that there's anything wrong with that...none of my business...)
sorry chump,

this chicky's got a face like Tony Danza and manhands that would crush your litle marbles.
Her front airbags are courtesy of Felix's citgo profits.

Might wanna check the tranny in her car.
tastes for you know what

Chicago, IL

#10 Apr 28, 2007
I'll do the checking...you stick to the white trash...
last place

Manchester, OH

#11 Apr 28, 2007
Milka Duno qualified dead last,

or is that Underqualified?

Gimmick indeed.
mental giants

Chicago, IL

#12 Apr 28, 2007
Are you geniuses boycotting NASCAR too over Juan Montoya? Your nice, conservative Heritage Foundation refers to Colombia as a "narco-democracy." Montoya represents the drug cartels...don't you get it???????

Mental giants...
take a seat

Chicago, IL

#13 Apr 28, 2007
...all I know is she qualifies to sit on my lap right now...
Goldsmith Hudnut

Indianapolis, IN

#14 Apr 29, 2007
Hypocrisy wrote:
Milka is married to Felix Rodriguez, President of notorious anti-American company CITGO.
BOYCOTT THE INDY RACING LEAGUE!!!!!
excerpts of an article from
USATODAY: usatoday.com/money/industries/energy/2006-01-...
"But in fact there's nothing ordinary about Citgo. One of the USA's largest refiners, Citgo is a subsidiary of Venezuela's state-owned oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.(PDVSA). As such, it ultimately belongs to Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, an avowedly anti-American leader who counts Fidel Castro among his closest friends and mocks President Bush as a "genocidal murderer."
But some worry that Venezuela's ownership of more than 6% of U.S. refinery capacity gives Chávez, a former paratrooper given to wearing red berets and military fatigues, the power to cripple as well as comfort.
As Hurricanes Katrina and Rita demonstrated, any disruption to the nation's refining industry instantly increases gas prices. What if Chávez, who periodically threatens to curtail oil shipments to the USA, closed Citgo's refineries?
"He'd only have to do that for 90 days, and he'd destroy our economy," worries Matthew Simmons, a prominent energy investment banker. "He actually has our livelihood in his hands."
So what maybe we should try to figure out why other countries hate us. Corrupt foreign leaders we support and corporate America trying to sieze everything in the name of capitalism. No they don't hate us becase we have "freedom." Those freedoms are being quickly eroded anyway.
TB CHIEF

Decatur, IL

#15 Apr 29, 2007
take a seat wrote:
...all I know is she qualifies to sit on my lap right now...
I agree! She is fine as hell. I would let her drive my car anyday.
Anna

Millican, TX

#16 May 27, 2007
I wish Milka was a bi or a lesbian cuz daaamnn she is sexy as hell.

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