Bowyer finding some peace as he returns to Kansas

Oct 4, 2013 Full story: Bradenton.com 24

15 car in the parking lot of BB's Lawnside BBQ, just south of downtown Kansas City, and greeted good buddy Guy Fieri with a hearty handshake.

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#1 Oct 5, 2013
He don't deserve peace until he admits what he did at
Richmond. He needs to act like a man for once in his life.
Hilton Head

Deland, FL

#2 Oct 5, 2013
It's hard to believe that he continues to deny spinning intentionally when everyone has seen the in car video.

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#3 Oct 5, 2013
He's just a pure liar.
flatt

Madison, WI

#4 Oct 6, 2013
MWR ordered Bowyer to spin, so he spun. Yeah it wasn't right, he didn't do the right thing. And yeah he is a liar when he stated it wasn't intentional. That is an extremely difficult situation to be in, MWR has a lot of power, do you as thier driver disregard a direct order? What are the repercussions of saying NO?
Just saying Clint is a jerk for spinning, but Mikey Waltrip is the true cheater.

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#5 Oct 7, 2013
flatt wrote:
MWR ordered Bowyer to spin, so he spun. Yeah it wasn't right, he didn't do the right thing. And yeah he is a liar when he stated it wasn't intentional. That is an extremely difficult situation to be in, MWR has a lot of power, do you as thier driver disregard a direct order? What are the repercussions of saying NO?
Just saying Clint is a jerk for spinning, but Mikey Waltrip is the true cheater.
I am happy that Napa saw what Michael was and dumped his dough....Maybe that will teach him a lesson really quick. Nascar gets to collect from him also. Clint came out smelling like a rose but everyone knows he cannot tell the truth.
WHOYAKIDDING

Raleigh, NC

#6 Oct 7, 2013
Clint's team has pretty much fallen apart. Yesterday was another dismal event for them. The car couldn't keep up and got beat up pretty bad. I guess it's one of those cases of "what goes round, come round".
Rabman

Madison, AL

#7 Oct 7, 2013
The only thing that went wrong for Clint. He was not driving for Childress or Hendrick.
If you don't believe this, than there is no help for you.

“Just quit jr.”

Since: Aug 09

WVU

#9 Oct 7, 2013
snow wrote:
<quoted text>I am happy that Napa saw what Michael was and dumped his dough....Maybe that will teach him a lesson really quick. Nascar gets to collect from him also. Clint came out smelling like a rose but everyone knows he cannot tell the truth.
I am certainly glad that the National Guard didn't dump jr with the government shutdown hanging over the workers heads....jr needs the money more than any and all of the government workers, including the armed forces.
WHOYAKIDDING

Raleigh, NC

#10 Oct 7, 2013
3TOES wrote:
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I am certainly glad that the National Guard didn't dump jr with the government shutdown hanging over the workers heads....jr needs the money more than any and all of the government workers, including the armed forces.
All of us military retirees and furloughed g-workers took a vote and decided Jr.'s contribution to our lives is so great that he MUST not be interrupted in his quest to be the savior of NASCAR. IF the National Guard should withhold their support, then thousands of NASCAR workers would be deprived of their lively hood because of Jr.'s inability to keep NASCAR afloat. The trickle down effort would further effect the economy of all the area that has a NASCAR and in a very short time have the stock market at a near collapse level. It isn't like Jr. is the president and has all those people to assist him. He does all this alone and never falters in his awesome duty. This my story and I can tell it anyway I want to.

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#11 Oct 7, 2013
3TOES wrote:
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I am certainly glad that the National Guard didn't dump jr with the government shutdown hanging over the workers heads....jr needs the money more than any and all of the government workers, including the armed forces.
Toeless how do you know what Jr. needs? I guess he did not make that decision and neither did you. Talk to leaders in the white house if you have a problem.

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#12 Oct 7, 2013
WHOYAKIDDING wrote:
<quoted text>All of us military retirees and furloughed g-workers took a vote and decided Jr.'s contribution to our lives is so great that he MUST not be interrupted in his quest to be the savior of NASCAR. IF the National Guard should withhold their support, then thousands of NASCAR workers would be deprived of their lively hood because of Jr.'s inability to keep NASCAR afloat. The trickle down effort would further effect the economy of all the area that has a NASCAR and in a very short time have the stock market at a near collapse level. It isn't like Jr. is the president and has all those people to assist him. He does all this alone and never falters in his awesome duty. This my story and I can tell it anyway I want to.
This is funny and I liked it very much.lol
flatt

Madison, WI

#13 Oct 8, 2013
WHOYAKIDDING wrote:
<quoted text>All of us military retirees and furloughed g-workers took a vote and decided Jr.'s contribution to our lives is so great that he MUST not be interrupted in his quest to be the savior of NASCAR. IF the National Guard should withhold their support, then thousands of NASCAR workers would be deprived of their lively hood because of Jr.'s inability to keep NASCAR afloat. The trickle down effort would further effect the economy of all the area that has a NASCAR and in a very short time have the stock market at a near collapse level. It isn't like Jr. is the president and has all those people to assist him. He does all this alone and never falters in his awesome duty. This my story and I can tell it anyway I want to.
When and IF you run for politics, you have my vote.

“Just quit jr.”

Since: Aug 09

WVU

#14 Oct 9, 2013
WHOYAKIDDING wrote:
<quoted text>All of us military retirees and furloughed g-workers took a vote and decided Jr.'s contribution to our lives is so great that he MUST not be interrupted in his quest to be the savior of NASCAR. IF the National Guard should withhold their support, then thousands of NASCAR workers would be deprived of their lively hood because of Jr.'s inability to keep NASCAR afloat. The trickle down effort would further effect the economy of all the area that has a NASCAR and in a very short time have the stock market at a near collapse level. It isn't like Jr. is the president and has all those people to assist him. He does all this alone and never falters in his awesome duty. This my story and I can tell it anyway I want to.
BS....I must have missed the voting day on that...SHOW PROOF!!! I have Nationwide Insurance too, and they didn't have a vote either!!

“Just quit jr.”

Since: Aug 09

WVU

#15 Oct 9, 2013
Does anyone remember a few years back when jr spun intentionally at Bristol...NOTHING WAS DONE BY NASCAR!!!
WWE CRASHCAR 2013

Trumbull, CT

#16 Oct 9, 2013
3TOES wrote:
Does anyone remember a few years back when jr spun intentionally at Bristol...NOTHING WAS DONE BY NASCAR!!!
NASCAR should just hire Vince McMahon / the WWE to run the show.
WHOYAKIDDING

Raleigh, NC

#17 Oct 10, 2013
3TOES wrote:
Does anyone remember a few years back when jr spun intentionally at Bristol...NOTHING WAS DONE BY NASCAR!!!
Not true, Jr. and DEI were docked 25 points each, Jr. got a $10k fine and probation. Pay attention to ALL the facts so you tell the truth when you're trying to make a comparison. Jr. spun his car to keep from losing a lap not to cheat a team member into the chase.

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#18 Oct 11, 2013
3TOES wrote:
Does anyone remember a few years back when jr spun intentionally at Bristol...NOTHING WAS DONE BY NASCAR!!!
Yes Toeless I remember and your wrong as usual. Know what your reporting or shut up please.

“IN GOD WE TRUST”

Since: Jun 07

Raleigh

#20 Oct 14, 2013
3TOES wrote:
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BS....I must have missed the voting day on that...SHOW PROOF!!! I have Nationwide Insurance too, and they didn't have a vote either!!
I'm sorry! We mailed you an absentee ballot. I know, I bet that furloughed mailman didn't get there with it yet. Just keep hanging out around the front door. He'll get there, something. You can play "This Little Piggy Goes to Market" while you're waiting. Oh crap, you can't, I forgot, not enough toes.

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#21 Oct 17, 2013
Rabman wrote:
The only thing that went wrong for Clint. He was not driving for Childress or Hendrick.
If you don't believe this, than there is no help for you.
If he
had been driving for them he would not have been told to spin out to
change the chase line up. Only a snake would order that and only a poison snake would do it. He is also a liar.

“IN GOD WE TRUST”

Since: Jun 07

Raleigh

#23 Oct 20, 2013
Other than Ty Norris no one else from the MWR teams have had to miss a race so where is Bowyer? Is it all falling in around their ears? I hope so.

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