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NOOSECAR 2! An African American Lends Us His Analysis
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NOOSECAR 2! An African American Lends Us His Analysis

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  • Tom in CA June 24, 2020, 8:32 PM

    When they hang regular ol’ white folk, do they use something besides a noose? Asking for a friend, well not even friend, just a casual acquaintance

  • Fuel Filter June 25, 2020, 4:40 AM

    I just got done posting this over at Mike’s Cold Fury place.
    *******
    There’s a very old saying in racing circles outside NASCAR: “Bubba Can’t Turn Right”. So true.

    They did the same thing years ago when they recruited that shitty chick driver Danica (or whatever the fuck her name was). She went on to be a accident-causing machine that only got on the podium by mere chance (not that I’d know. I have never watched that bore-fest they call racing).

    If I were you guys and want to see some *real* racing I’d migrate over to F1. It is truly the pinnacle of motor racing and we have an American team, Haas (first one in decades) that has been solidly in the mid-field, which is nothing to sniff at, since it’s inception 4-5 year ago. Gene Haas knows what he’s doing. Look him up to see his pedigree.

    All the races are televised on NBC Sports Channel. They, too, have a black driver that kicks ass, Lewis Hamilton, who is a Brit, and is the best pilot in F1, who drives for Mercedes.

    The only downside, if you want to watch the races live, is that the venues are across the planet. If you have a DVR, no prob. I’m sure most of you know there is a race in Texas, and has been for about a decade.

    It is, on a world-wide basis, the most popular motor sport on the planet.

    Give it a shot. I think you would be pleasantly surprised. I’ve been a fan for around 20 years now. Beats the shit outta NASCAR. Always has.

  • Flannelputz June 25, 2020, 5:04 AM

    NASCAR is like professional wrasslin. Ridiculous. I am a lifelong race fan. Indy car racing, F1 and IMSA are real racing. Case in point: in nascar, the drivers try to slow down and get behind each other toward the end of the race To facilitate a pass on the last lap, as drafting and “slingshotting “
    Is the only way to get by at the end of the race! To watch them “lift” and try to slow down three laps from the end is comical. .. On a separate note, the whole virtue signaling parade of the assembled teams pushing Bubbas car was preposterous.

  • Paddy June 25, 2020, 5:15 AM

    OT: anybody know what’s going on with Remus? No WPR for 3 weeks now.

  • Snakepit Kansas June 25, 2020, 5:23 AM

    This dude made me smile! Good way to start the day.

    NASCAR has some of the most patriotic fans in the country.

    I hope all is well with Remus. I’ve been hoping for a new Woodpile Report, myself.

  • H June 25, 2020, 5:28 AM

    How is use of the “bubba” nickname by Mr. Wallace not cultural mis-appropriation.

    No, no. That was not a question.

  • Jack June 25, 2020, 6:23 AM

    When I was a kid in the mid 1960s my dad showed up one day at home with a 1965 Mustang. It was powered by a 289 and the tranny was auto but that was just fine. His mistake was permitting me to drive it when both of us knew I only knew two speeds: Stop and haul ass. That little car was quick and I would drive it down gravel roads at highly unsafe speeds with a crotch warmed Schlitz between my legs and a Marlboro between my lips. I didn’t wreck that car and I didn’t kill myself either….two more things I owe God for. Why He permitted me to live and thrive when so many others did not will always be a mystery to me.

    I’ve been driving some kind of domestic foreign sports car nearly all my life. After the Mustang it was an MGB, 280ZXs. A few years passed and I tried a Fiat which I hated and after my kids were grown I got into my first Miata. And there I stayed and I’ve owned several. My brother tells me that only fags drive them and he calls it my “pussy car” but he knows how I handle sporty little rides and he will not ride with me or drive it. Says they “scare” him…. Whose the pussy now Mr. SUV man….?? Lol, all in fun, all in fun.

    I love to drive but I don’t do races, they just not my jam but I do get it for those who love it. As for young, smart ass black men, I get a great chuckle out of watching them eat and pontificate. Those lips and snake like tongue remind me of the primate cage in a Jane Goodall documentary.

    I’ve owned various sports cars since I was in my 20s and I’m still driving one today, along with a 17 year old Toyota 4WD truck.

  • Nancy Reyes June 25, 2020, 6:55 AM

    Not in the reports…the size. On youtube the loop looks small. Not larger like a noose.
    The other question. A sliding knot or a stable knot. The knots of nooses slip, but that type of knot would injure a hand if used to lift a door.
    Finally, the obseror reporting the rope was not the driver.in todays hysterial atmosphere he might just have jumped to a conclusion.

  • Tom Hyland June 25, 2020, 8:32 AM

    Steve Sailor at Taki’s Magazine has written a terrific column titled: “Fake Noose!” Worth reading.
    https://www.takimag.com/article/fake-noose/

  • James ONeil June 25, 2020, 8:57 AM

    OK, decided to check my virtue ‘fore signaling;
    Found I’ve a 50 yard spool of white twine noose sitting on the shelf. A coil of 3/8 inch manila noose handing on the wall. 80 foot of noose with a chain and anchor on the end of it out in my boat.
    & two, count them, two nooses hanging down from a tree limb with a horizontal board tied twix them!
    My bad, guess I’d better sit out this discussion.

  • Aggie June 25, 2020, 9:00 AM

    What’s that word for crying hysterically? “Blubbering?”

    OK. Blubba Wallace, then.

  • ghostsniper June 25, 2020, 12:12 PM

    Fuel Filter sed: “If I were you guys and want to see some *real* racing I’d …”
    =======
    …go look up triple A (AAA) fuelers. Don’t dik around, go straight for the big dawgz and settle for nothing else. Ignore the gashes, even if they were installed by “Force”, and you’ll see what real racing is all about. NHRA. Nothing like standing there inches away, when the explosion happens and 3000 horsepower worth of american made steel goes from 0 to 325 mph in 4 seconds. It’s a sight to behold, and like no other.

  • Fuel Filter June 26, 2020, 4:07 AM

    Ghost, I went to the Smokers Meet in Bakersfield twice when I was 12 and 13. Went to the Winternationals in Pamona thrice to watch the factory Ford teams headed up by Connie Kaletta and the MoPar team by Swamp Rat Don Garlett. Followed drag racing for decades until I went to college.

    Tried to get back into it about five year ago but it had fallen to the same disease NOOSCAR and sunk into. No more factory teams. All the cars had the same engines, they cut the 1/4 mile to 1,000 feet and heavily promoted the trim drivers. Made me sick at the stomach.

    Bubye drag racing for me.

  • ghostsniper June 26, 2020, 4:32 AM

    Fuel: What you’ve described is true with just about everything these days and I can’t argue with it.
    I have never watched any “sporting” event faithfully and have hardly watched anything at all for about 20 years. Don’t remember the exact year but I saw the race where they crossed the 300 mph mark for the first time. As everything goes down hill I find other things to do. Just remembered, there is a 1/8 mile track about 3 miles from my house and I hear the cars over there every Sunday but I have never been to it. Shows my level of disinterest.