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Old 03-24-2011, 04:07 PM
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[quote=Gimme3steps;18416769]Another example of his "problem". Check out all the cars he destroys.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS0c9...layer_embedded

I think Earnhardt called this "cage rattling" stuff happens.
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Old 03-24-2011, 04:39 PM
 
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I think Earnhardt called this "cage rattling" stuff happens.
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Stuff happens? So you're saying it's ok to turn a car into the wall if you can't make a clean pass?

That's called dirty driving.
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Old 03-24-2011, 08:55 PM
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Stuff happens? So you're saying it's ok to turn a car into the wall if you can't make a clean pass?

That's called dirty driving.
It happens all the time but if it happens to somebody you like you cry about it.

Earnhardt did it, Gordon did it, Bush did it, Yarbrough did it to Allison, Keselosky did it to Carl. Turn about is fair play.

Tell me the drivers who have not spun somebody out of the way.

Please, enough about how dirty Carl is.
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Old 03-25-2011, 06:34 AM
 
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It happens all the time but if it happens to somebody you like you cry about it. Not hardly. BK is about at the bottom of my favorite driver list.

Earnhardt did it, Gordon did it, Bush did it, Yarbrough did it to Allison, Keselosky did it to Carl. Turn about is fair play.

Tell me the drivers who have not spun somebody out of the way.
Please, enough about how dirty Carl is.
Opie or Eddie? Carl Edwards' actions bringing out debate - Racing - ESPN

Roid rage?
NNS: Over The Line? The Great Carl Debate | RubbingsRacing.com

"That quote is not really much different than what he said in Atlanta. Edwards there also admitted that he purposely crashed Keselowski, and this seems to be a trend that is getting scarier each time the two touch. What is extremely troubling is that in Carl Edward’s mind a bump and run deserves this kind of payback…
Just weeks ago Jimmie Johnson and Kurt Busch put on a show with their bump and runs. That is what separates champions from challengers. Champions know how to nudge someone just enough to move them without sending them careening across the track into oncoming traffic… There is a fine line between what Busch and Johnson did a few weeks ago, and what Edwards did Saturday night."


Remember this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CBm_VugNYk

You're right. He's an angel
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Old 03-25-2011, 07:14 AM
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Opie or Eddie? Carl Edwards' actions bringing out debate - Racing - ESPN

Roid rage?
NNS: Over The Line? The Great Carl Debate | RubbingsRacing.com

"That quote is not really much different than what he said in Atlanta. Edwards there also admitted that he purposely crashed Keselowski, and this seems to be a trend that is getting scarier each time the two touch. What is extremely troubling is that in Carl Edward’s mind a bump and run deserves this kind of payback…
Just weeks ago Jimmie Johnson and Kurt Busch put on a show with their bump and runs. That is what separates champions from challengers. Champions know how to nudge someone just enough to move them without sending them careening across the track into oncoming traffic… There is a fine line between what Busch and Johnson did a few weeks ago, and what Edwards did Saturday night."


Remember this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CBm_VugNYk

You're right. He's an angel

I think your watching the wrong sport, maybe you should be watching chess matches.
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Old 03-25-2011, 08:21 AM
 
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How did you get watching the wrong sport from all of this?

I've been watching for a while now (30 years). I've just never been one to watch just for the wrecks like some do.
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Old 03-25-2011, 10:31 AM
 
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Its nice that the subject has finally changed from Kyle to Carl

Right now I do take what Carl said to be trash talk, now if he follows thru it and directly wrecks Kyle, It will only hurt him in the long run. These drivers need to make as many friends as possible. You p*ss off the wrong person in the chase and the season can end very fast. Look what the 00 of loserman did to KB last year. 100% intentional and therefore trashed his cup hopes.
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Old 03-25-2011, 10:37 AM
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How did you get watching the wrong sport from all of this?

I've been watching for a while now (30 years). I've just never been one to watch just for the wrecks like some do.
Because you are complaining about something that has been going on since the beginning of NASCAR. There is a long list of driver that have been consider dirty drivers with Earnhardt being number one. If you don't like Carl I don't care but stop the whining.
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Old 03-25-2011, 01:42 PM
 
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LOL Not whining, just stating the facts.

I never posted one thing about your boy that isn't true .
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Old 03-25-2011, 01:49 PM
 
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Its nice that the subject has finally changed from Kyle to Carl

Right now I do take what Carl said to be trash talk, now if he follows thru it and directly wrecks Kyle, It will only hurt him in the long run. These drivers need to make as many friends as possible. You p*ss off the wrong person in the chase and the season can end very fast. Look what the 00 of loserman did to KB last year. 100% intentional and therefore trashed his cup hopes.
Amen!
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