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Anyone else fly out of the recliner with a loud yeeeeehaaaw when Jr. put a bumper on the Shrub?? That was worth staying awake for right there!! Paybacks are a b%&^Ch huh Rowdy!!! laugh

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I think after the race he had that, it's not as good when you're on the receiving end, feeling. grin

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That wasn't an intentional dump, Jr. was under him and locked up the front tire to try not to hit him when Shrub came down on him.

I didn't mind seeing though. Wish it would have been next weekend when it mattered though!

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I do believe that one will see a move or two on Busch in the last 10 when it counts. He has hacked away on too many this year.

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I wonder how long these guys memories are? Isn't the probation period over on Edwards and schrub in 5 races? Might see some spirited racing from those 2. I am also thinking Stewart may just pull a bump and run on someone to get his first win of the year. He was a bit pouty after being the bridesmaid on Sunday once again. Might be alot of rearview mirror watching throughout the next 10 races.

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The "bump" looked like a racing thing.

As far as their memory, I still remember when Brian L. hit me in seventh grade football... I still owe him one. grin and that was thirty years ago.

Sifty

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I still owe him one. grin and that was thirty years ago.

Sifty

Somebody is holding a grudge. whistle

I think the last ten races of the season will be the most exciting. When you look at what is on the line, some of the guys not in the chase that were bumped early in the year by contenders will certainly remember it.

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Some will be bumping that have no grudge at all as the big one is up for grabs. Without a doubt the most aggressive racing is yet to come. The better drivers are just a little smoother at doing it.

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I like what Dale Jr. had to say about it...."It wasn't intentional, but it is kinda ironic isn't it." wink

I don't think he did it on purpose, but in the end I don't think he felt too darn bad about it. Maybe even enjoyed it just a bit. It was hilarious how all the fans at the race just went nuts when it happened.

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Was it just me or was the race Sunday a little more fun to watch?

I hope it was a preview of the last ten.

Sifty

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Originally Posted By: Sifty

I still owe him one. grin and that was thirty years ago.

Sifty

Somebody is holding a grudge. whistle

It was a nice head tackle he jumped up and got me with a foot where you don't want a foot to go cry.....

grin Sifty

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It was a nice head tackle he jumped up and got me with a foot where you don't want a foot to go .....

So that explains alot about you after all these years gringrin

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Nice, and to think I had a water ballon for you at the BBQ day's parade and could'nt muster up the guts to let it fly. laugh

whistle

Sifty

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