This race fan is 'bummed'

This race fan is 'bummed'

There are 92 comments on the The Cincinnati Enquirer story from Feb 27, 2012, titled This race fan is 'bummed'. In it, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that:

For weeks, I've been busy preparing for the racing event of the year - the Daytona 500.

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Carolyn

Pittsburgh, PA

#23 Mar 1, 2012
clueless wrote:
This sport would be a lot more interesting if it had a few right hand turn added to it .......
They make right turns but end up hitting the wall.
NoFishes1

United States

#24 Mar 1, 2012
nascar = watching paint dry
Wheat Thin

Akron, OH

#25 Mar 1, 2012
debrobeaudean wrote:
BUT.... JPM hitting that jet drier was such a FREAK accident.. I take it as a sign from God against the Illuminati who use NASCAR not only to advertise for their many corporations,,, but God only knows what else.... I pray all the drivers are clueless that their sport is not just racing,, but run by globalists hellbent on establishing the kingdom of satan on earth...
I went to buy either a beef brisket sandwich or a BBQ sandwich at the track but both stands were sponsored by a freemason temple.. we drove by a masonic temple in Deland, FL and the sign on the front was exactly the sign of the muslim brotherhood.. it is time for people to open their eyes to realize that satan is the lord of those who run western civilization. and they work to corrupt the world and turn it away from God.
WOW!! You got all that from a stock car race? Dang girl, ya'll just need to sit back and sip a little Jim Beam, re-lax and marvel at all of God's creation.
Wheat Thin

Akron, OH

#26 Mar 1, 2012
NoFishes1 wrote:
nascar = watching paint dry
Person that has NEVER watched a NASCAR race= NoFishes1
Trinity

Grand Rapids, MI

#27 Mar 1, 2012
If only wheat....that won't make this problem go away, maybe for a night. You can't get a way from them. Live under their reign or fight, take a stand.

I'm stuck but i'll never give up, my dying breathe boy's.
debrobeaudean

United States

#28 Mar 1, 2012
Trinity, are you really from Grand Rapids?? that's where I grew up..
debrobeaudean

United States

#29 Mar 1, 2012
clueless wrote:
This sport would be a lot more interesting if it had a few right hand turn added to it .......
I do believe most races for NASCAR are ovals so people can sit in stands to watch them, there are also road courses..
debrobeaudean

United States

#30 Mar 1, 2012
Pat414 wrote:
Nobody forces you to stay for the end of the race. You have choices! If you have to go to work the next morning, leave early and go home. If you don't want to drive home, go to a hotel. Use a little bit of common sense(if you have any). Sure, you want to see the end of the race, but nobody is holding a gun to your head to make you stay when you have higher priorities.
LOL.. this from a person who was not told all day Sunday that they would try to get the race in then,,, to tell people to come back Monday AM to watch it at noon, to be in the car to learn it is reset for 7 PM.. yeah.. right.. I was actually hoping for MYSELF that they would do what they orginally talked of, which they denied later, to run this race on the first open weekend.. in APRIL...
but... does NASCAR ever tell people that it will take over a half hour to clean up the track??? no.. because they do not WANT people to leave...and in case you do not know this.. while you are sitting on your sofa, thinking maybe you want to record the rest of the race because you are sleepy... the people at the track cannot see the finish on TV,, they cannot set their DVRs... they are SCREWED and they are the BEST fans of ALL
debrobeaudean

United States

#31 Mar 1, 2012
clueless wrote:
commom sense = auto racing ----- These two do not mix
actually clueless,, until Chad and Jimmie started to use strategy to win races.. racing was ALL common sense and the best car and the best driver won if they did not crash out or have other problems... racing is physics..

“I am the Illuminati :):) ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#32 Mar 1, 2012
debrobeaudean wrote:
<quoted text>LOL.. this from a person who was not told all day Sunday that they would try to get the race in then,,, to tell people to come back Monday AM to watch it at noon, to be in the car to learn it is reset for 7 PM.. yeah.. right.. I was actually hoping for MYSELF that they would do what they orginally talked of, which they denied later, to run this race on the first open weekend.. in APRIL...
but... does NASCAR ever tell people that it will take over a half hour to clean up the track??? no.. because they do not WANT people to leave...and in case you do not know this.. while you are sitting on your sofa, thinking maybe you want to record the rest of the race because you are sleepy... the people at the track cannot see the finish on TV,, they cannot set their DVRs... they are SCREWED and they are the BEST fans of ALL
Debi why did U go home your husband is self employed . He can make his own hrs. J/A
Marshmallow Assassin

Germany

#33 Mar 1, 2012
debrobeaudean wrote:
<quoted text>I was unaware of this.. I thought he was merely a member of the moose lodge..
Oh FFS, Debi Dumbass--only a f--ktard of your magnitude would get a Moose lodge mixed up with the Freemasons!
debrobeaudean

United States

#34 Mar 2, 2012
littlebit wrote:
<quoted text>So how do you do it since it's a well known fact that Tony belongs to the Masonic Lodge in Columbus Indiana?
Littebit,, when I first learned about the Illuminati and how Dupont was especially involved since the time they helped the NAZI'S!!!! I googled as much as I could of the drivers and the only one that was an admitted freemason was Sam Hornish..
debrobeaudean

United States

#35 Mar 2, 2012
Marshmallow Assassin wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh FFS, Debi Dumbass--only a f--ktard of your magnitude would get a Moose lodge mixed up with the Freemasons!
I didn't, I was not even accusing Littlebit of confusing the 2 dear filthy mouth.. Why is it exactly that you people with locations outside the USA are suddenly out of the blue SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO interested in Tony Stewart or his fans on his forum???? News for you blokes who have already been destoyed by the illuminati and their banking fiasco.. we the American people are mostly NOT passificts and we WILL not lose our souls to satan and his minions...
so very interesting.. when I warned here that Obama and his minions are communists, Cleo, Kathy and writer lady suddenly appear and now these interesting mafia like creatures.. I am not intimidated..in the least
debrobeaudean

United States

#36 Mar 2, 2012
Manic depressive wrote:
<quoted text> Debi why did U go home your husband is self employed . He can make his own hrs. J/A
My husband had several meetings on Tuesday...and I personally am GLAD that we knew to not stay.. did God put that feeling in us to not NEED to see the so called biggest race of the year??? because it would have set us back into WEDNESDAY if we had gotten home to my sons house at 3 AM and had to drive the same 12 hours back to VA.. warning people.. the cops are out in full force wanting to give out tickets.. a relative got a $200 ticket for going 12 over the limit on the highway.. no more speeding... they will get you.. hence.. it takes longer to get home..(I know.. of course everyone will say OF COURSE you cannot go 12 over the speed limit on the highway.. well drive in places like Dallas, Texas where if you do NOT go at least 15 over, you get run over)
but,, if I HAD even been able to stay, after being drenched and froze, with lack of sleep.. I still would have been mad at NASCAR for not leaving the race with Blaney as the winner.. 40 laps of fluff is not racing worth staying up for past midnight. IMO

“I am the Illuminati :):) ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#37 Mar 2, 2012
debrobeaudean wrote:
<quoted text>My husband had several meetings on Tuesday...and I personally am GLAD that we knew to not stay.. did God put that feeling in us to not NEED to see the so called biggest race of the year??? because it would have set us back into WEDNESDAY if we had gotten home to my sons house at 3 AM and had to drive the same 12 hours back to VA.. warning people.. the cops are out in full force wanting to give out tickets.. a relative got a $200 ticket for going 12 over the limit on the highway.. no more speeding... they will get you.. hence.. it takes longer to get home..(I know.. of course everyone will say OF COURSE you cannot go 12 over the speed limit on the highway.. well drive in places like Dallas, Texas where if you do NOT go at least 15 over, you get run over)
but,, if I HAD even been able to stay, after being drenched and froze, with lack of sleep.. I still would have been mad at NASCAR for not leaving the race with Blaney as the winner.. 40 laps of fluff is not racing worth staying up for past midnight. IMO
Debi why drive when U can fly???

Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#38 Mar 2, 2012
I heard you on Sirius, Debi. And I also heard "Bags" ask you over and over why you didn't get ticket insurance when you bought your tickets. I always plan to stay over through Monday when I go to a race for this very reason...you can't control Mother Nature. If, for some reason, I couldn't stay over on Monday, I would certainly buy that insurance which only costs a few dollars.
RJS

Pikeville, TN

#39 Mar 2, 2012
the BEST part of the race, was the anticipation.

“smokes~ mojo”

Since: Dec 06

kepin' the ears on the big dog

#40 Mar 2, 2012
IL Fan of SHR wrote:
I heard you on Sirius, Debi. And I also heard "Bags" ask you over and over why you didn't get ticket insurance when you bought your tickets. I always plan to stay over through Monday when I go to a race for this very reason...you can't control Mother Nature. If, for some reason, I couldn't stay over on Monday, I would certainly buy that insurance which only costs a few dollars.
curious what does insurance cover?
clueless

Cleveland, OH

#41 Mar 2, 2012
RJS wrote:
the BEST part of the race, was the anticipation.
The second best part is I don't have to watch it agin for 356 days

“I am the Illuminati :):) ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#42 Mar 2, 2012
IL Fan of SHR wrote:
I heard you on Sirius, Debi. And I also heard "Bags" ask you over and over why you didn't get ticket insurance when you bought your tickets. I always plan to stay over through Monday when I go to a race for this very reason...you can't control Mother Nature. If, for some reason, I couldn't stay over on Monday, I would certainly buy that insurance which only costs a few dollars.
Do all the Nascar races offer the INS ?

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