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Old 02-27-2012, 09:53 PM   #1
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Tide... The new sponsor of the Daytona 500

Guess that Montoya should not have drafted then blower truck so close.

But honestly just glad everyone is ok. What a weird stard to this race season. All types of unexpected events.

Boogiti boogiti boogiti.....
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Old 02-28-2012, 10:26 AM   #2
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I guess since he can't get away with wrecking other race cars anymore, he picked on something he thought wouldn't retaliate. Surprise, surprise.
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Free advertising. Now everyone will be washing their driveways with Tide. Let's hope every race weekend does not drag out like this one did. Whew! I'm ready for Phoenix.
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Think that will work for an oil spill on my driveway. My lawn mower "fell" over.
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Old 02-28-2012, 06:44 PM   #5
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Think that will work for an oil spill on my driveway. My lawn mower "fell" over.
Did you run into in your car while trying to pass
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Old 02-28-2012, 06:46 PM   #6
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I guess since he can't get away with wrecking other race cars anymore, he picked on something he thought wouldn't retaliate. Surprise, surprise.
The truck will probably retaliate next week
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So much for bump-drafting....No dude, that yellow thing you tried to draft is not the Mellow-Yellow race car....


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We scrubbed the floors at my repair garage with tide every week, granules not liquid 30 years ago. Nothing new with that.

What was new, was fighting the flowing fuel fire from the bottom up. Perhaps NASCAR should go back to fire school. With appologies to the Chinese, that was a fire drill. Did you see when the real firemen were finally allowed onto the track, they started at the top and let the extinguishing agent flow down with the fuel by gravity? An amazing concept. ;-)
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I liked the guy with the fire extingisher that was spraing every now and then like it was making a difference.

Yes they were like the three stooges and had no experience fighting fires. I remember the fire crews in the navy that drilled and drilled. That is the crew they needed.

I also thing while drafting that Montoya may have gotten the truck a little loose.
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[QUOTE=bucks2;1098578]We scrubbed the floors at my repair garage with tide every week, granules not liquid 30 years ago. Nothing new with that.



Ditto! for TIDE GRANULES
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Dieselclacker probably already knows, but dishwasher detergent used to be great for cleaning hand of grease and grime. I'm not sure how well the new, stuff works since they took out the additive that was supposedly causing water pollution, I can't recall the name of the chemical right now.

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