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The best at running away so the cammera cannt see the tears when things dont go his way. crycrycry

I will give him credit as a skilled driver, but untill he learns to handle the adversity that can come up I will give him zero respect. He showed it again last night, something went wrong and he went running home to momma crycrycry

T O O L!!!!!!!

Untill he learns to act like a grownup, I will always enjoy him wreaking, breaking, and loosing more than his successes.

I bought a round last night I was so happy!!! Made my day to see him pull off with a flat. I would have even been happier to see him try to restart the race and end up in the wall.

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He will never act like a grown up. Its easy to be happy when you win but much more diffucult to handle it when you lose.

I had to laugh at him when he went walking away pouting to himself.

He really needs to grow up and then I may respect him and I believe many think the same.

Many times I don't care who wins as long as Klye has a DNF.

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ya, I agree with you guys. His talent is not even a doubt but how big of a d-bag can you possibly be to win as much as he does and still more people hate him than like him...when you see his interviews you can just "feel" the pompous arragance spewing out of him. I think his brother is sort of the same so maybe its one of those family things where theyre all like that. I remember the reporter that spent the day with smoke and he said Kurt was the kid everyone knew in high school that was obnoxious and never shut up thinking he's the best and everyone is lucky to hear his words of knowledge. who knows, maybe smoke will get a chance to punch kyle in the mush too grin

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crycry "I put the car in the wall, I got a flat tire, and I put the car hard into the wall." crycrycry

Then he pushed his way out of the hauler and RAN! to his trailer. laughlaughlaugh

grin This was the best week of NASCAR racing I have seen in a long time. grin

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I agree 100% SledNeck.

Too many boring politically correct pretty boys today.

Personalities are what make up this sport. It's great for any sport to have rivalry and hatred for your enemies. Ever been to a Packer/Viking game?? 2nd place is the first loser. That's how Dale Sr. looked at it!!

Some like Carl's little flip and Ah shucks!!

I'll take the badboy who drives like he stole it everytime.

Buddy Baker style!!

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I don't like Shrub at all, and make no bones about it. But I will give credit where credit is due, and he is one heck of a driver and he and his team are running up front every week. I saw this on NASCAR's site and thought this was pretty cool of him too:

"Busch invited the Ards to the Southern 500 drivers' meeting where he received applause from the NASCAR racers. And Busch received a big hug from Jo Ard, Sam's wife of 48 years.

Ard, who won consecutive titles in 1983 and '84 in what is now the Nationwide Series, has Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Busch donated $100,000 to help the family last year after becoming historically interwined with Ard after tying his '83 record of 10 series wins in a season.

"Thank you so much," said Jo, as her 69-year-old husband sat quietly in his wheelchair for most of the 15-minute visit. "Hospital bills were eating us up. You can't believe how much he's helped us."

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Love them or hate them, they are good drivers. I think that it is showing how bad the Penske organization is. Kurt can't win and look how good Ryan has been doing with Tony Stewart.

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i agree on the penske thing rusty never was a real big threat

to win for along time

i think kurt will look else where if it dont get better soon

just to good to be held back by not so good organization

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The kid can drive almost any car even if it is set up wrong. I just wish he would change his attitude.

If he wins, he's a hero, if he looses, he hides in the corner and won't talk to anyone. Everyone has a bad race and noone can win them all and the sooner he learns that, the better off he will be.

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Maybe they need to let Jimmy Spencer punch him. It helped his brother out a little. At least he knows when to shut up now.

laugh

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ya i dont know how they got spencer on tv

i think they could do much better

its hard for me to much stock in what guys that maybe won 1 race in their career and get on tv and yack like they know every thing spencer ...k wallace....hermie salder i think whats her name knows as much as all those guys put together and is much nicer lookin

back when nascar started on espn at least benny and ned were past champions i can believe things they say or dw as much as he yackks 3 championshps 82 wins he must know somwthing same with rusty and dj

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