Patrick in 12-car accident in NASCAR debut
The Associated Press
Saturday, February 13, 2010; 3:02 PM
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Danica Patrick has been involved in a 12-car accident in the Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway.
Patrick was running 21st when several cars wrecked in front of her. She tried to duck low to avoid the spinning cars but was unable to dodge everything, slamming into the outside wall.
Her car then spun through the grass, but Patrick regained control and drove to the pits. Her crew pushed the car back to the garage with heavy damage to the front.
Now, THAT'S more like it.ReplyDelete
But she came in 6th, in the Arca race on Thursday. She's a good driver.ReplyDelete
She's wears a swimsuit pretty good, too.ReplyDelete
Ah, fuck you, there is nothing better than a 44 year old in a blue dress.ReplyDelete
And,I was never going to post here again.
Knock that one out, if you will, Whit.
Any redneck musses up a hair on dat baby's head will answer to Me.ReplyDelete
Y'hear that Dale? Rusty? The rest'a you crackers?
You talkin to me, white boy?ReplyDelete
I'd be talkin "Pineapple," if I was talkin to you, Ilanboy.ReplyDelete
who is 44 with a blue dress?ReplyDelete
Amazon.com: Me, the Mob, and the Music: One Helluva Ride...ReplyDelete
Miller had Tommy James on - great stories.
100 million records, 300 covers!
There's gonna be a movie.
Everyone knows the hits -- "Mony Mony," "I Think We're Alone Now," "Crimson and Clover," "Crystal Blue Persuasion." They are nuggets of rock and pop history. However, few know the unlikely story of how these hits came to be. Tommy James had been performing locally, in Michigan, in rock bands since the age of 12. Prompted to record a few songs by a local DJ in 1964, Tommy chose an obscurity titled "Hanky Panky," which became a minor local hit that came and went.
Then, in 1966, the record was re-discovered by a Pittsburgh DJ who started playing it on heavy rotation, prompting a tremendous response. Soon, every record mogul in New York was pursuing Tommy and the band. And then an even odder thing happened: every offer but one disappeared, and James found himself in the office of Morris Levy at Roulette Records, where he was handed a pen and ominously promised "one helluva ride." Morris Levy, the legendary "godfather" of the music business, needed a hit and "Hanky Panky" would be his. The song went to #1; James went on to do much more; and Levy continued to reign.
Me, the Mob, and the Music tells the intimate story of the complex and sometimes terrifying relationship between the bright-eyed, sweet-faced blonde musician from the heartland and the big, bombastic, brutal bully from the Bronx, who hustled, cheated, and swindled his way to the top of the music industry. It is also the story of this swaggering, wildly creative era of rock n' roll when the hits kept coming and payola and the strong arm tactics of the mob were the norm, and what it was like, for better or worse, to be in the middle of it.
Not me, I'm 63; an my blue dress is in the wash.ReplyDelete
Devil with a blue dress.ReplyDelete
"...my blue dress is in the wash."ReplyDelete
I hate it when that happens.
Then we gotta watch him Shake His Tail Feather.
Wasn't there some song, bout a devil, with a blue dress on, that knew what the hell she was doing?ReplyDelete
Of course, when the dress is off, it's a lot better.ReplyDelete
Devil With a Blue DressReplyDelete
Cameras do wonders for a person, she's only 4 ft something.ReplyDelete
Google says 5'1" or 5'2".ReplyDelete
Deuce: who is 44 with a blue dress?ReplyDelete
I'm 44 and I have a blue dress.
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Google is always right. I was off by a foot and just for the record it was my daughter's information. I guess, 4.0, doesn't know everything after all.ReplyDelete
I don't wear dresses.ReplyDelete
The best dress for me is shorts, a tank and flip flops. Just like the first lady. I guess, I live in the wrong part of the country for that, though, huh?ReplyDelete
You must wear something?ReplyDelete
You will not get away with that here in Idaho, kiddo.ReplyDelete
No, I won't. And the summer months are just too short. I need to go somewhere tropical.ReplyDelete
What exactly do you wear?ReplyDelete
Well, what season would you like me to elaborate on?ReplyDelete
Trish's "elites" have come up with another "intellectual" idea over at Davos.ReplyDelete
The American blogosphere is going increasingly “viral” about a proposal advanced at the recent meeting of the Davos Economic Forum by Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer for Microsoft, that an equivalent of a “driver’s licence” should be introduced for access to the web. This totalitarian call has been backed by articles and blogs in Time magazine and the New York Times.
As bloggers have not been slow to point out, the system being proposed is very similar to one that the government of Red China reluctantly abandoned as too repressive. It was inevitable that, sooner or later, the usual unholy alliance of government totalitarians and big business would attempt to end the democratic free-for-all that is the blogosphere. The United Nations is showing similar interest in moving to eliminate free speech.
The recent uprising in the blogosphere that resulted in the overturning of the Global Warming consensus can only have focused our rulers’ attention more acutely on this infuriating challenge to their totalitarian control. “What will go next?” they must be asking themselves. Unrestricted immigration? Punitive taxation? Even the European Union? With the helots exploiting a loophole in the PC Curtain that has otherwise been so remorselessly drawn down over freedom of expression, the internet represents a dangerously subversive force, fulfilling the role in the West that was formerly performed by samizdat publications inside the Soviet Union.
Red China, Google, Democrats, NY Times - There ain't no difference
I'll make it simple for you.ReplyDelete
Autumn- more clothes
Winter- ever more clothes
Spring- all of the above
3 Things No Politician, alive, really wants you to have:ReplyDelete
1) A Rifle
2) A Still
3) The Internet
There are NO exceptions.
Here in Idaho the girls wear really long stuff in winter, really skimpy stuff in summer.ReplyDelete
And in the late fall, when I made love to my girl Jacqueline, she wore norhing at all.
I'm glad to have your approval, Whit.ReplyDelete
That was when we were up Grouse hunting. in the Moscow Mountains, and I first tknew what sex was like.ReplyDelete
Anon is bob.I am trying to turn Melody on.ReplyDelete
Try sexy music videos, Bob.ReplyDelete
Would someone puhleeze call a psychiatrist?ReplyDelete
China Electricity Use Jumps 40% YOYReplyDelete