created by: pollking | Oct 7, 2012

NASCAR

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how simple mined are nascar fans?

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  • they need something boring like
  • nascar cause any other sport goes
  • over their heads
  • baby i need some tobacco or else
  • im gonna beat your face in
  • cause thats how hillbilly race fans
  • get enjoyment tobacco or beating
  • their wife/gf the south really needs to
  • find some entertainment with their
  • lives

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pollking

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#1
Oct 7, 2012
 
look at jr. hes going in circles

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Oct 7, 2012
 

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Who was the brainfart that started this one?
barr

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#3
Oct 7, 2012
 
just tune In to NASCAR radio most week days and listen to the truckers call in.
pollking

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Whoyakidding wrote:
Who was the brainfart that started this one?
really?a lame insult from a nascar fan so predictable lol
pollking

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#5
Oct 7, 2012
 
also it's ashame that the most boring sport has the longest season and shortest offseason. when it should be the other way around.
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Oct 8, 2012
 
pollking wrote:
also it's ashame that the most boring sport has the longest season and shortest offseason. when it should be the other way around.
Exactly, NASCAR is in the middle of their so called playoff and fan interest is really low. Talladega is just stupid, thankfully it's football season.
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Oct 9, 2012
 

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This is a question that realistically can not be answered. There are too many types of fans. There are some who have someone they like & they pull for them no matter what. There are some who watch for the wrecks. There are some who want a certain driver to not win so they root for everyone else. There are some who root for a certain manufacturer. There are some who (Beleive it or not) don't like football & rather watch soemthing else. There are some who are curious about things & tune in to figure it out.

Believe it or not, there are not that many race fans who are "simple minded". That's why this question is impossible to answer.

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#9
Oct 9, 2012
 
NASCAR fan's minds aren't nearly as simple as the brain dead idiots that claim to not like the sport but dominate the forums about. Only someone with sh*t for brains waste their time hanging out on forums about something they don't even like.

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Oct 10, 2012
 
barr wrote:
just tune In to NASCAR radio most week days and listen to the truckers call in.
Really, I had no idea about that. You must like it to tune in to it and know so much about it. Seems like non-fans like you are the simple minded, heres a clue, if you dont like whats on a radio station, change the channel, its that simple.

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Oct 10, 2012
 
Wang wrote:
Simpre mind = Dare Jl Nation.
Wang, who is your favorite driver or team??? Funny I never see you comment except when its disrespectful of Jr and his mighty nation. You evidently identify NASCAR with its most popular drivers name. One name in your simple mind. And all this time I was under the impression that Chinamen were intelligent, thanks for making it clear that intelligence is not part of Chinese culture. Thanks for clearing that up for us all. Please keep your simple minded comments coming, its kind of TOPIX to accomodate the simple minds of other nations.
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Whoyakidding wrote:
NASCAR fan's minds aren't nearly as simple as the brain dead idiots that claim to not like the sport but dominate the forums about. Only someone with sh*t for brains waste their time hanging out on forums about something they don't even like.
You're wrong. People do like NASCAR. We are disgusted with where the upper office has steered a once great sport into cookie cutter cars,squeezing sponsors in the sport and the teams for mega bucks,and changing everything into one big carnival show. The price of of tickets gotten out of line for the common fan and many have to stay home. Even with the checkerboard seat painting and limited camera scans, the empty seats were apparent. When the stands are finally empty, money will follow the crowds to the next sport,whatever it may be. There's new designs for next year so we will have to see if this puts back any spark in the dying fire. Lower the C.I. and dump the plates and let the best engine team win. When the pretty boys complain about the speed, remind them of real racing in the early days with football helments,blue jeans,and tee shirts in cars with little or no safety equipment. Real men made the sport with blood ,sweat,and tears,not whatever the mess is out there today.

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Oct 11, 2012
 
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>You're wrong. People do like NASCAR. We are disgusted with where the upper office has steered a once great sport into cookie cutter cars,squeezing sponsors in the sport and the teams for mega bucks,and changing everything into one big carnival show. The price of of tickets gotten out of line for the common fan and many have to stay home. Even with the checkerboard seat painting and limited camera scans, the empty seats were apparent. When the stands are finally empty, money will follow the crowds to the next sport,whatever it may be. There's new designs for next year so we will have to see if this puts back any spark in the dying fire. Lower the C.I. and dump the plates and let the best engine team win. When the pretty boys complain about the speed, remind them of real racing in the early days with football helments,blue jeans,and tee shirts in cars with little or no safety equipment. Real men made the sport with blood ,sweat,and tears,not whatever the mess is out there today.
Very nice post!! I remember those days of old when racin was racin and the gleem of today was nonexistant. Going back to the roots of stockcar racing is a suburb idea!!
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Nov 14, 2012
 
pollking wrote:
also it's ashame that the most boring sport has the longest season and shortest offseason. when it should be the other way around.
What's your favorite sport then. Mine is baseball but I do enjoy NASCAR because I don't have a short attention span like most of the under 30 twitter/facebook age individuals.

I guess the NHRA or bull riding should fit you about right then huh? Both last about 8 seconds.
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Nov 14, 2012
 
Amen Uncle john, Balls to the wall racing, lettes put wipers on the cars and let them switch to rain tire, sure would make things more interesting
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Nov 15, 2012
 
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>You're wrong. People do like NASCAR. We are disgusted with where the upper office has steered a once great sport into cookie cutter cars,squeezing sponsors in the sport and the teams for mega bucks,and changing everything into one big carnival show. The price of of tickets gotten out of line for the common fan and many have to stay home. Even with the checkerboard seat painting and limited camera scans, the empty seats were apparent. When the stands are finally empty, money will follow the crowds to the next sport,whatever it may be. There's new designs for next year so we will have to see if this puts back any spark in the dying fire. Lower the C.I. and dump the plates and let the best engine team win. When the pretty boys complain about the speed, remind them of real racing in the early days with football helments,blue jeans,and tee shirts in cars with little or no safety equipment. Real men made the sport with blood ,sweat,and tears,not whatever the mess is out there today.


I most certainly agree with the above statement.

PS: NASCAR fan from the early 50s.
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Nov 18, 2012
 
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>You're wrong. People do like NASCAR. We are disgusted with where the upper office has steered a once great sport into cookie cutter cars,squeezing sponsors in the sport and the teams for mega bucks,and changing everything into one big carnival show. The price of of tickets gotten out of line for the common fan and many have to stay home. Even with the checkerboard seat painting and limited camera scans, the empty seats were apparent. When the stands are finally empty, money will follow the crowds to the next sport,whatever it may be. There's new designs for next year so we will have to see if this puts back any spark in the dying fire. Lower the C.I. and dump the plates and let the best engine team win. When the pretty boys complain about the speed, remind them of real racing in the early days with football helments,blue jeans,and tee shirts in cars with little or no safety equipment. Real men made the sport with blood ,sweat,and tears,not whatever the mess is out there today.
We race with blue jeans and cowboy boots. The Simpson race shoe is to light for a heavy foot.

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