Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by PAS » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 04:01:29


So another egotistical, self-serving show-off died playing some stupid speed
freak game.  If anyone who claims to be a fan of this moronic "sport" can
identify one thing Earnhardt did in his life that was a benefit to the human
race then I'll feel sad that he's dead.

And I don't mean that he "entertained" countless thousands with his racing
exploits.  The only people who need to be entertained are mindless drools
too stupid to have lives of their own.

Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease the
plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the environment
from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).  Once-a-year bullshit
publicity events don't count for squat.  Either he was devoted to a cause
100 per cent, or his was just another meaningless, wasted life.

 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by Robert J Batin » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 04:09:09


Quote:
> Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease
the
> plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the
environment
> from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).

Let's hear about YOURS, then.

And, if someone doesn't do all those things, then they aren't worthy of
tears when they die?  Hope your family and parents get as much respect from
everyone when they die, as you are giving Dale.

 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by Jeff Savag » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 04:15:53

Earnhardt touched many people the world over.  And yes, he did much charity
work and appearances.  What have YOU done you peice of S---?  "Let he who
has never sinned cast the first stone".  You know... Jesus.  Tell us all
about your wonderful humanitarian experiences, or just shut the f--- up.
Can't believe you damn fool monkeyspanks are invading here, intruding on our
greif.  Disgusting.

Jeff Savage


Quote:
> So another egotistical, self-serving show-off died playing some stupid
speed
> freak game.  If anyone who claims to be a fan of this moronic "sport" can
> identify one thing Earnhardt did in his life that was a benefit to the
human
> race then I'll feel sad that he's dead.

> And I don't mean that he "entertained" countless thousands with his racing
> exploits.  The only people who need to be entertained are mindless drools
> too stupid to have lives of their own.

> Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease
the
> plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the
environment
> from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).  Once-a-year bullshit
> publicity events don't count for squat.  Either he was devoted to a cause
> 100 per cent, or his was just another meaningless, wasted life.


 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 04:25:07

For future reference, the commonly accepted abbreviation for "Piece Of
Shit" is POS, not PAS.
Quote:

>So another egotistical, self-serving show-off died playing some stupid speed
>freak game.  If anyone who claims to be a fan of this moronic "sport" can
>identify one thing Earnhardt did in his life that was a benefit to the human
>race then I'll feel sad that he's dead.

>And I don't mean that he "entertained" countless thousands with his racing
>exploits.  The only people who need to be entertained are mindless drools
>too stupid to have lives of their own.

>Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease the
>plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the environment
>from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).  Once-a-year bullshit
>publicity events don't count for squat.  Either he was devoted to a cause
>100 per cent, or his was just another meaningless, wasted life.

 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by Phil & Alyc » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 04:25:12


Quote:
> So another egotistical, self-serving show-off died playing some stupid
speed
> freak game.  If anyone who claims to be a fan of this moronic "sport" can
> identify one thing Earnhardt did in his life that was a benefit to the
human
> race then I'll feel sad that he's dead.

> And I don't mean that he "entertained" countless thousands with his racing
> exploits.  The only people who need to be entertained are mindless drools
> too stupid to have lives of their own.

> Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease
the
> plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the
environment
> from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).  Once-a-year bullshit
> publicity events don't count for squat.  Either he was devoted to a cause
> 100 per cent, or his was just another meaningless, wasted life.

This is stinky bait. Real stinky.
It should be tossed back into the slime it came from.

Phil

 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by Floyd Down » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 04:27:43

Very well said Jeff!!
 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by Lee Aanderu » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 04:24:09

Instead of slaming someone who can't defend himself, please enlighten us with
your accomplishments to support your reason to live (per your third paragraph).

Lee

Quote:

> So another egotistical, self-serving show-off died playing some stupid speed
> freak game.  If anyone who claims to be a fan of this moronic "sport" can
> identify one thing Earnhardt did in his life that was a benefit to the human
> race then I'll feel sad that he's dead.

> And I don't mean that he "entertained" countless thousands with his racing
> exploits.  The only people who need to be entertained are mindless drools
> too stupid to have lives of their own.

> Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease the
> plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the environment
> from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).  Once-a-year bullshit
> publicity events don't count for squat.  Either he was devoted to a cause
> 100 per cent, or his was just another meaningless, wasted life.

 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by TFinla » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 05:23:12



Quote:
>So another egotistical, self-serving show-off

<SNIP>

Quote:
>Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease the
>plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the environment
>from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).

Another misanthrope surfaces from the primeval ooze where such
freaks of evolution wait to be put out of their misery...

Well, Mr. Earnhardt employed people and seems to have raised a
family of good kids.  And I ask, as others in this thread have or
will, what great deed of salvation have you performed?

Wait, such as do really contribute know that this is between
themselves and their God.

So I'm back to the fact that this was a good family man, and no
more needs to be said.

Rest in peace, No. 3, and pray for the souls of the haters...

Tom in Deer Island - Oregon
Remove questions to email

 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by Jerry S » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 05:33:24

Don't judge, lest yourself be judged

Amazing you don't care about this sport or DE at all but you take time to
post on this NG --- amazing


Quote:
> So another egotistical, self-serving show-off died playing some stupid
speed
> freak game.  If anyone who claims to be a fan of this moronic "sport" can
> identify one thing Earnhardt did in his life that was a benefit to the
human
> race then I'll feel sad that he's dead.

> And I don't mean that he "entertained" countless thousands with his racing
> exploits.  The only people who need to be entertained are mindless drools
> too stupid to have lives of their own.

> Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease
the
> plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the
environment
> from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).  Once-a-year bullshit
> publicity events don't count for squat.  Either he was devoted to a cause
> 100 per cent, or his was just another meaningless, wasted life.

 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by GeekMeltdow » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 05:58:43

Speakign of wasted life....

but seriously, you mean to tell me and all others here you do nto partake in
ANY form of entertainment? No mobvies, sports, concerts? No TV, no computers
games? you are so full of shit. You are the most pathetic piece of shti I
have ever seen post on Usenet. A man died. He did many great things, and if
you think entertainment is for losers, then I guess that you must be the
only person who doesn't want to be entertained.

RIP Intimidator '51 - '01
http://SportToday.org/~boss/dale.htm
http://SportToday.org/~boss/Board/cgi-bin/Ultimate.cgi


Quote:
> So another egotistical, self-serving show-off died playing some stupid
speed
> freak game.  If anyone who claims to be a fan of this moronic "sport" can
> identify one thing Earnhardt did in his life that was a benefit to the
human
> race then I'll feel sad that he's dead.

> And I don't mean that he "entertained" countless thousands with his racing
> exploits.  The only people who need to be entertained are mindless drools
> too stupid to have lives of their own.

> Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease
the
> plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the
environment
> from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).  Once-a-year bullshit
> publicity events don't count for squat.  Either he was devoted to a cause
> 100 per cent, or his was just another meaningless, wasted life.

 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by Johnny2b » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 07:31:06

Quote:
>Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease the
>plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the environment
>from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).

And I bet you voted for Al***
 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by Jaso » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 07:49:48

Quote:

> So another egotistical, self-serving show-off
> Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease the
> plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the environment
> from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).  Once-a-year bullshit
> publicity events don't count for squat.  Either he was devoted to a cause
> 100 per cent, or his was just another meaningless, wasted life.

Here's a better idea, publicly post your address right here and then we can all
get together next week and tell each other about our attempts to remove our foot
from your ass.
 
 
 

Dale Earnhardt: Good-bye or Good Riddance?

Post by Warre » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 08:17:14

Quote:

>>Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease the
>>plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the environment
>>from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).

>And I bet you voted for Al***

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Post by klm28 » Wed, 21 Feb 2001 08:20:37

An your humanitarian accomplishments would be???
Quote:

>So another egotistical, self-serving show-off died playing some stupid speed
>freak game.  If anyone who claims to be a fan of this moronic "sport" can
>identify one thing Earnhardt did in his life that was a benefit to the human
>race then I'll feel sad that he's dead.

>And I don't mean that he "entertained" countless thousands with his racing
>exploits.  The only people who need to be entertained are mindless drools
>too stupid to have lives of their own.

>Tell me about his attempts to feed the starving; to cure cancer; to ease the
>plight of the homeless; to assist troubled ***s; to protect the environment
>from destruction (and ourselves from extinction).  Once-a-year bullshit
>publicity events don't count for squat.  Either he was devoted to a cause
>100 per cent, or his was just another meaningless, wasted life.