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Post by Todd » Mon, 04 Nov 2002 08:29:54


Two Cuppers racing for the win take each other out and Jamie wins the race.
Poetic justice.

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"I feel so much better with my pants pulled down."

(Stephen ZIck)

 
 
 

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Post by Sean » Mon, 04 Nov 2002 10:51:49

Quote:

> Two Cuppers racing for the win take each other out and Jamie wins the
race.
> Poetic justice.

At this point, Jason is a Grade A 'whacker like the rest of them.

I do have to admit, it was nice hearing Jeff Green whine again about how
NASCAR screwed him out of a win there last fall. Gimme a break.

 
 
 

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Post by Juli » Mon, 04 Nov 2002 11:34:21



Quote:
> > Two Cuppers racing for the win take each other out and Jamie wins the
> race.
> > Poetic justice.

> At this point, Jason is a Grade A 'whacker like the rest of them.

> I do have to admit, it was nice hearing Jeff Green whine again about how
> NASCAR screwed him out of a win there last fall. Gimme a break.

Jeff Green may not have the WC level drivin' thing down yet, but he
certainly perfected the WC level whinin' thing long ago.  I'm sure he makes
his sponsors proud. ;)

--
Julia ~

~  ..."You're my reason for reason ~  the step in my groove"...

$1 to Santana

 
 
 

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Post by Todd » Mon, 04 Nov 2002 15:16:16



Quote:
> > Two Cuppers racing for the win take each other out and Jamie wins the
> race.
> > Poetic justice.

> At this point, Jason is a Grade A 'whacker like the rest of them.

Jason who?  Keller doesn't race Cup.
 
 
 

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Post by Todd » Mon, 04 Nov 2002 15:18:26


Quote:

> Jeff Green may not have the WC level drivin' thing down yet, but he
> certainly perfected the WC level whinin' thing long ago.  I'm sure he
makes
> his sponsors proud. ;)

Mikey and Green were both whining.  It was just good racing on the last lap.
Mikey wanted the spot, Green wouldn't give him room, didn't have to.  Mikey
would have done the same thing.
 
 
 

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Post by aeiou » Mon, 04 Nov 2002 18:16:47

Quote:

> Two Cuppers racing for the win take each other out and Jamie wins the
race.
> Poetic justice.

> --
> --
> "I feel so much better with my pants pulled down."

> (Stephen ZIck)

It will add ammo to the side of the debate that say Cuppers shouldn't be
racing Busch and to the side that says MW can't drive.  Sure wish I had had
the time to stick around for the post race interviews.

"We know drama"   ($1 to somebody in the booth   LOL!)

 
 
 

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Post by Brya » Mon, 04 Nov 2002 19:50:05



Quote:
> > Two Cuppers racing for the win take each other out and Jamie wins the
> race.
> > Poetic justice.

> At this point, Jason is a Grade A 'whacker like the rest of them.

> I do have to admit, it was nice hearing Jeff Green whine again about how
> NASCAR screwed him out of a win there last fall. Gimme a break.

How can he be a "whacker" when he isn't even a WC rookie yet?

He's more of a Cup-whacker than a Busch-whacker.

 
 
 

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Post by Juli » Tue, 05 Nov 2002 00:22:26

Quote:



> > Jeff Green may not have the WC level drivin' thing down yet, but he
> > certainly perfected the WC level whinin' thing long ago.  I'm sure he
> makes
> > his sponsors proud. ;)

> Mikey and Green were both whining.  It was just good racing on the last
lap.
> Mikey wanted the spot, Green wouldn't give him room, didn't have to.
Mikey
> would have done the same thing.

IMHO (however skewed it may be ~ since I have been a Mikey since long before
there were lines at his souvenir trailer) Mikey is just an all around better
whiner than Jeff ~ he has perfected the art of whining to make it sound
happier and no matter what the circumstance, he *never* forgets to cheer up
and plug, plug, plug those sponsors.  IOW ~ if Winston Cup Championships
were awarded on the "schmooze factor" Mikey would be the undisputed King.

--
Julia ~

~  ..."You're my reason for reason ~  the step in my groove"...

$1 to Santana

 
 
 

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Post by Sean » Tue, 05 Nov 2002 00:53:06

Quote:





> > > Two Cuppers racing for the win take each other out and Jamie wins the
> > race.
> > > Poetic justice.

> > At this point, Jason is a Grade A 'whacker like the rest of them.

> Jason who?  Keller doesn't race Cup.

Jamie. Mea culpa.
 
 
 

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Post by Sean » Tue, 05 Nov 2002 00:56:52


Quote:
> How can he be a "whacker" when he isn't even a WC rookie yet?

> He's more of a Cup-whacker than a Busch-whacker.

Who said he isn't a rookie yet? He's not competing for the ROTY title this
year, that does not mean he can't be classified as a rookie. See baseball
for an example.

Upon further reflection, you could well be right about the Cup-whacker part,
Jamie did after all skip Martinsville for Memphis.

 
 
 

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Post by Dan » Tue, 05 Nov 2002 01:09:15



Quote:





> > > > Two Cuppers racing for the win take each other out and Jamie wins
the
> > > race.
> > > > Poetic justice.

> > > At this point, Jason is a Grade A 'whacker like the rest of them.

> > Jason who?  Keller doesn't race Cup.

> Jamie. Mea culpa.

wow, 3 cup races and he is already a "whacker".

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Post by Barry Posne » Tue, 05 Nov 2002 12:27:17

Quote:


> > Two Cuppers racing for the win take each other out and Jamie wins the
> race.
> > Poetic justice.

> At this point, Jason is a Grade A 'whacker like the rest of them.

McMurray? He's a full-time Busch driver who's filling in for an injured
Cup driver. C'mon.

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