Nascar Notebook -- Kyle Busch crew ch...

Nascar Notebook -- Kyle Busch crew chief thrown into fire right away

There are 74 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Nov 9, 2009, titled Nascar Notebook -- Kyle Busch crew chief thrown into fire right away. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

It didn't take Dave Rogers long to face a huge decision as crew chief for the volatile Kyle Busch.

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mike larry ed roger

Westborough, MA

#65 Nov 19, 2009
also, you say i don';t read your posts. actually YOU don't read your posts.

you make a crystal clear inference that Kyle would have won.

"Running out of gas was a stupid mistake and it cost him a chance at making history. Any professional athlete should be upset they were this close to making history and lost due to a stupid error."

if that is not your intended inference, then your statement made absolutely no logical sense at all and arguing about replies to it are senseless as well.

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#66 Nov 19, 2009
mike larry ed roger wrote:
you have a miss in your brain.
your first statement is that he had a right to be mad. my first statement acknowledged that. "being mad and acting like a baby are 2 different things". feelings (being mad) is not something that can be helped. being a loser like kyle IS. behvaior (storiming off to trailer to cry in your pillow) IS something that can be helped.
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If Kyle is such a loser, then how come he is ahead of Jr in points and going for a NW Championship?
Not a Junior Fan

Federal Way, WA

#67 Nov 19, 2009
mike larry ed roger wrote:
you have a miss in your brain.
your first statement is that he had a right to be mad. my first statement acknowledged that. "being mad and acting like a baby are 2 different things". feelings (being mad) is not something that can be helped. being a loser like kyle IS. behvaior (storiming off to trailer to cry in your pillow) IS something that can be helped.
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Yes, you are right. Being mad about this race and acting like a baby are 2 different things. That was my point exactly. All I said was that he had the right to be mad. You can argue that point with me all you want and I will continue to say that Kyle had the right to be mad.

However, you keep bringing into the arguement his behavior after the race. I am not going to argue that point with you because you have made up your mind about Kyle and no matter what I or anyone else has to say will change that opinion. Besides, you keep proving my point by arguing with me about this. You are one who is insulting and disrespectful to anyone who does not agree with you.
Not a Junior Fan

Federal Way, WA

#68 Nov 19, 2009
mike larry ed roger wrote:
also, you say i don';t read your posts. actually YOU don't read your posts.
you make a crystal clear inference that Kyle would have won.
"Running out of gas was a stupid mistake and it cost him a chance at making history. Any professional athlete should be upset they were this close to making history and lost due to a stupid error."
if that is not your intended inference, then your statement made absolutely no logical sense at all and arguing about replies to it are senseless as well.
Yet you continue to agrue about it proving how much sense you really have.

To be clear, I inferred that Kyle could (could - with a c, not would with a w) have won and that it was a late decision that cost him. Not that he would have won the race if he pitted for gas. Pitting late for gas would have resulted in the same outcome. However, if he would have waited a couple of more laps before his last pit stop, maybe he would not have run out of gas thus he would of have a better chance at winning the race.

mike larry ed roger

Westborough, MA

#69 Nov 19, 2009
you have a miss in your brain or you are just STARVED for attention... like i don't know that with lovely lisa its a little of both!

the discussion was not about success money good looks luck fate points my waist size employment situation family status social standing or 'junior', but rather about kyle's behavioral issues that become apparent usually any time he doesn't have a completely fulfilling race.

also i'm a mm fan junior has had major incidents in practcially every race and NW is a rookie league.
JohnnyDeppfan wrote:
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If Kyle is such a loser, then how come he is ahead of Jr in points and going for a NW Championship?
mike larry ed roger

Westborough, MA

#70 Nov 19, 2009
the discussion before during and after i started replying was about his behavior after the race. hence my focus on... his behavior after the race. 99% of my replies hinge upon the logical flaw in postings about topics i am somewhat interested in. i correct the logical flaws to pass the time while waiting for stuff that is holding me up at work. also i like to poke fun at clearly ridiculous things and people like fat tony and baby kyle and people who swear tony isn't fat and kyle isn't a baby. there is a perfect lack of logic and an hilarious dose of ridicule involved wiht that. i thereforwe find it somewhat irresistable. you are simply irresistable, my friend! notice there is both relevance and a logical flow to my rantings.

by the way you have a massive logical flaw and/or you are blinded for your inordinate interest in a stranger named kyle busch.

Not a Junior Fan wrote:
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Yes, you are right. Being mad about this race and acting like a baby are 2 different things. That was my point exactly. All I said was that he had the right to be mad. You can argue that point with me all you want and I will continue to say that Kyle had the right to be mad.
However, you keep bringing into the arguement his behavior after the race. I am not going to argue that point with you because you have made up your mind about Kyle and no matter what I or anyone else has to say will change that opinion. Besides, you keep proving my point by arguing with me about this. You are one who is insulting and disrespectful to anyone who does not agree with you.
mike larry ed roger

Westborough, MA

#71 Nov 19, 2009
the senselessness, oh here we go AGAIN, if you read and think at the same time, was to me defined by your illogical connections and focused on whether or not YOU ought to continue arguing - not me, not others. if you can't make logical connections, by definition, you are really not arguing. you are just spewing nearly random thoughts with no logical value.

anyone on the track COULD have won if the rest of the cars wrecked and finished more laps down. useless point. he couldn't have won.

there are NO IFS in racing.

well, if kyle had stretched it earlier then it would have made sense for others to stretch it too and to beat kyle stretching it they would obviously stretch it one lap further as they had no other chance becasue he had a large lead. IF IF IF IF IF.

he ran out of gas stretching it 2 laps. IF he waited 2 laps earlier he would have run out of gas then! where is the logic?!

someone jump in and help out i can't cut through the morass here.

Not a Junior Fan wrote:
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Yet you continue to agrue about it proving how much sense you really have.
To be clear, I inferred that Kyle could (could - with a c, not would with a w) have won and that it was a late decision that cost him. Not that he would have won the race if he pitted for gas. Pitting late for gas would have resulted in the same outcome. However, if he would have waited a couple of more laps before his last pit stop, maybe he would not have run out of gas thus he would of have a better chance at winning the race.
Not a Junior Fan

Spokane, WA

#72 Nov 19, 2009
mike larry ed roger wrote:
the senselessness, oh here we go AGAIN, if you read and think at the same time, was to me defined by your illogical connections and focused on whether or not YOU ought to continue arguing - not me, not others. if you can't make logical connections, by definition, you are really not arguing. you are just spewing nearly random thoughts with no logical value.
anyone on the track COULD have won if the rest of the cars wrecked and finished more laps down. useless point. he couldn't have won.
there are NO IFS in racing.
well, if kyle had stretched it earlier then it would have made sense for others to stretch it too and to beat kyle stretching it they would obviously stretch it one lap further as they had no other chance becasue he had a large lead. IF IF IF IF IF.
he ran out of gas stretching it 2 laps. IF he waited 2 laps earlier he would have run out of gas then! where is the logic?!
someone jump in and help out i can't cut through the morass here.
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I am only arguing because you cannot make up your mind about what you want to argue about. This is the most fun I have had posting on this site - ever! I can see your blood boiling all the way here in Washington State. You just cannot admit that my initial statement was correct - KYLE HAD A RIGHT TO BE MAD AFTER THAT RACE.
Not a Junior Fan

Spokane, WA

#73 Nov 19, 2009
mike larry ed roger wrote:
the senselessness, oh here we go AGAIN, if you read and think at the same time, was to me defined by your illogical connections and focused on whether or not YOU ought to continue arguing - not me, not others. if you can't make logical connections, by definition, you are really not arguing. you are just spewing nearly random thoughts with no logical value.
anyone on the track COULD have won if the rest of the cars wrecked and finished more laps down. useless point. he couldn't have won.
there are NO IFS in racing.
well, if kyle had stretched it earlier then it would have made sense for others to stretch it too and to beat kyle stretching it they would obviously stretch it one lap further as they had no other chance becasue he had a large lead. IF IF IF IF IF.
he ran out of gas stretching it 2 laps. IF he waited 2 laps earlier he would have run out of gas then! where is the logic?!
someone jump in and help out i can't cut through the morass here.
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I cannot wait to see if there is anyone who agrees with you. You are not even arguing my initial post. You are just ranting to rant.
CheersForKyle

Lady Lake, FL

#74 Nov 19, 2009
mike larry ed roger wrote:
he is making money off fans and he DOES OWE AN INTERVIEW. its called courtesy. professionalism (he is at work you know). class. maturity.
he has none of those and that is why he can't interview. he is a little boy racing cars with men.
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Must be embarrassing for most of those men every weekend when this little boy out races them!!! What a joke you are--Mr Multiple Personality!!

“IMAGINE no religion!”

Since: Feb 09

usa

#75 Nov 20, 2009
kyle had the right to be mad.

but he is supposed to be an adult. that is the difference between adults and punks. they control themselves and act like an adult.

why is it that the other 42 drivers could act like an adult even tho they too did NOT win the race?

no one is claiming that a nascar driver should not have feelings and passion.

however they should conduct themselves in a professional manner. especially in front of young fans!

IMO

TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE.

“IMAGINE no religion!”

Since: Feb 09

usa

#76 Nov 20, 2009
CheersForKyle wrote:
<quoted text> Must be embarrassing for most of those men every weekend when this little boy out races them!!! What a joke you are--Mr Multiple Personality!!
ummmm he didn't"outrace" 12 drivers who are in the chase and he isnt!

or did you forget that???????

TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE.

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#77 Nov 20, 2009
love_spell wrote:
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ummmm he didn't"outrace" 12 drivers who are in the chase and he isnt!
or did you forget that???????
TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE.
I think she meant in the Nationwide Series.
Not a Junior Fan

Spokane, WA

#78 Nov 20, 2009
love_spell wrote:
kyle had the right to be mad.
but he is supposed to be an adult. that is the difference between adults and punks. they control themselves and act like an adult.
why is it that the other 42 drivers could act like an adult even tho they too did NOT win the race?
no one is claiming that a nascar driver should not have feelings and passion.
however they should conduct themselves in a professional manner. especially in front of young fans!
IMO
TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE.
Thank you for agree with my inital statement - Kyle did have a right to be mad. If you look back over my posts I also said that Kyle does need to grow up and accept that he can and will make mistakes. It seems that one person wants to read more into my initial statement than was stated.

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