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Racing Discussion / Darryl Ruggles had a hard crash @LOL
« on: June 05, 2020, 04:36:58 AM »
Darryl had what I would call a very serious crash at Canandaigua driving the #48 Sprint car , it appears to me watching on Dirt TV that possibly his throttle stuck wide open going into turn four, he hit really hard on the right side while running at full tilt , he did get out of the car with some help from track safety crew. The car appeared to turn right between the exit of turn three and entry of turn four, I think the throttle stuck wide open and prevented the car from turning left, he did get the car to turn left some at the very last minute and took a horrendous hit on the right side and then after the broadside hit on the concrete turn four wall the car then bounced back into the racing surface and flipped over. I have seen many accidents at a lot of tracks and I think this is the hardest hit that I have witnessed where the driver was able to exit the car under most of his power. Darryl , I hope you are not injured too severely and have a fast recovery.  John Sr. 

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According to Cuomo, the fingerlakes area has met the 7 points of Covid criteria, now it's time to be an American again, and like Waltrip say's lets go racing boy's. Just don't be stupit , keep your distance and wear a mask when you are near other people. We can do this, john sr.

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RUSH: Now, expanding on the PROMISE Program that we on this program explained to you yesterday. Here’s the upshot of the PROMISE Program. It was started in Chicago by the current superintendent in the school district in Broward. Robert Runcie was in Chicago. The premise of the PROMISE Program is federal grants. This happened under the Obama administration and Eric Holder. The money came from the Department of Justice.
It originated from the premise that the Democrats hold that the prison population is disproportionately minority and African-American because of injustice in America. You have the black population, what, 15, 20%; the prison population of minorities and African-Americans can be 60%. Ergo the justice system must be tainted. This is what Holder and Obama believe. So they believe that bigotry and racism is resulting in charges and convictions against innocent minority perps.

So they began a program called the PROMISE Program which promised money to local police departments and school districts for ignoring certain crimes, mostly misdemeanors, but not contained to misdemeanors. And for all of these crimes ignored, there would thus be no charges. And thus no convictions. And thus there wouldn’t be any sentencing because nobody’d be going to jail. Now, they couldn’t, from Washington, instruct a school district or police department to ignore only crime committed by minorities.
That wouldn’t fly.
People would spot that right off the bat and they would object to it.
So they had to be cagey, and they had to basically extend this policy to types crime rather than types of perp. So various misdemeanors — and some crimes that are above misdemeanor but not full-fledged Class A felonies — were ignored by everybody committing them. And the reward for behaving was federal money. So the incentive to ignore crime was monetized by a program called the PROMISE Program instituted by Obama and Holder under the premise that American prison populations were unfairly and unjustly African-American and minority.
I’m sure you’ve heard Obama and Holder and the Reverend Jackson for years complaining about this. Always at the root of the complaint is that it’s injustice, that innocent people are being charged simply because our just system is racist. But Obama was famous for programs like this. He would… These consent decrees on police departments. Basically take over and implement federal policies.
There would be payments involved if the local police department looked the other way. Obama spread walking-around money out like no president ever has before him. Well, now that this program was announced yesterday, it’s becoming even more widely reported on and known now, and Breitbart has a story: “Broward County Likely ‘Inspiration’ for Obama School Discipline Policy to Report Fewer Arrests, Suspensions.”
Even though the program began in Chicago with Robert Runcie who the current superintendent in Broward County, he was transferred or he was hired away by Broward after the PROMISE Program showed such great results in the Chicagoland area. “The Broward County school district’s adoption of a school discipline policy that was praised by the Obama administration for seeking to reduce the reported number of school suspensions, expulsions, and arrests may have played a role in the fact that Nikolas Cruz remained under the radar until his shooting rampage in Parkland, Florida, on February 14.
“‘The facts pattern that has emerged strongly suggests it played a role,’ [according to] Manhattan Institute senior fellow Max Eden… The Obama-era Departments of Education and Justice — under education secretary Arne Duncan and Attorney General Eric Holder — issued school guidelines in 2014” the program actually dates 2013 “that claimed students of color are ‘disproportionately impacted’ by suspensions and expulsions, a situation they said leads to a ‘school-to-prison pipeline’ that discriminates against minority and low-income students. ‘Broward County was the first to have the goal of lowering suspensions, lowering expulsions, lowering arrests,’ explains Eden. ‘And, so, they decided to reduce police involvement by not bringing in cops to arrest kids for a whole range of serious offenses…”
And then as you would expect, the arrests go down when you stop arresting, and that is taken to be a sign of success. Kind of like defining deviancy down. You decide you can’t control this kind of aberrant behavior, so you just say it’s no longer a crime. This behavior is no longer criminal, and you define deviance down. It’s a variation of that.
So the upshot of it is, if this becomes policy, and it was in 2014, that’s four years of policy of ignoring certain crime, of no arrests, no suspensions, all because the Obama administration’s paying you to ignore these things, and in the midst of this, here comes Nikolas Cruz, and here come all these warnings and all these indications that somebody is ready to explode. But you’re in the midst of a four-year plan of ignoring actual criminal behavior. And this hadn’t even reached that yet.
This guy was just a warning sign. But the real thing, then the act happens, then Cruz starts shooting, and now cops don’t go in and pursue him. Could it be that the real reason the cops didn’t go pursue is because they’re under orders to ignore certain kinds of crime in exchange for money coming to the school district? Now, they’re not under orders to ignore murder. That was never part of this. They’re not under orders to ignore people being shot. That was never part of the PROMISE Program, but at the time the shooting begins, nobody knows really what the outcome is in there, but the conditioning has been to ignore crime, don’t make arrests, don’t do suspensions.
And people are beginning to look at this as maybe having a bit of factor, maybe being somewhat of a factor. But the whole program’s stupid. The premise of the program is stupid. The belief that our criminal justice system is so biased and so racist and scores and scores of innocent people are in jail simply because of their race, well, yeah, Obama and Holder would love you to believe that, and the Reverend Jackson and the community organizing groups of the left would love you to believe that. They want people to think America is that unjust and immoral.
And they use as their excuse these bloated statistics of people who are in prison saying it’s unfair, we need to fix it, and the only way you can fix it is to stop sending people to prison, and, ergo, we get an event like this. My only point is that more and more people are now beginning to explore this program since we elucidated it yesterday. It’s being bandied about, talked about, reported in many different places.
Snerdley said to me, if it weren’t for some news story, that this would have been all over the place last night and I’d have been catching hell for it from the Drive-Bys. If it weren’t for some other story covering it up. His point was, “You know, you really exposed something yesterday. And normally they would try to destroy you for this, but they’re distracted by other things.” Well, they don’t want it widely known. It’s exactly right they don’t want this widely known.
The last thing they want is people to begin to think that something like this could be a factor, however small, in some of the things that don’t seem to be explicable, how do you explain this? Forty-five different tips and warnings, four officers not going in to try to catch the perp in the middle of the act, how do you explain any of this? Well, you can’t. Not rationally, so you ignore it. And you shift blame to the gun and the NRA and all of that.
David Clarke, the sheriff of Milwaukee, has a piece, Breitbart: “Democrats ‘Have Screwed this Country Up with Failed, Liberal Urban Policies’ — Sheriff David Clarke blamed the nation’s crippling cycle of poverty and the ‘myth’ of mass incarceration of black males on the Democrats and their ‘failed, liberal urban policies’ which he says have ‘screwed this country up.'”
This is from a panel at CPAC: “Breaking Bad: What it Takes to Rise Above Circumstances.” And you know, the reason the headline struck me, “Democrats ‘Have Screwed this Country Up with Failed, Liberal Urban Policies.'” Now, this whole article, which is a rehashing of the seminar at CPAC, is just one truth after another. And the reason it struck me is because here’s somebody actually fearlessly placing the blame where it really belongs and pointing out what needs to happen.
These people need to be defeated, not met with and not accommodated and not compromised with. They have to be defeated. The things they are doing are too destructive to the culture at large, and this episode is one of the greatest illustrations of what happens when these people end up prevailing, because everything that doesn’t make sense here, everything that just looks cockeyed is a result of some liberal policy or thinking in plain motion.

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Savage said he was discussing side effects of drugs his mother had been taking before she died, and how the side effects were very close to what HilLIAR had happen to her a couple of weeks ago, he say's jokingly that the technical glitches occurred during the broadcast, and resulted in his show being taken off the air from Coast to Coast,  they are all fixed today  8)

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Big brother is starting to flex his muscles, talk about Hitler ? these guys really have some fu#king balls.

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/09/26/popular-radio-host-michael-savage-broadcast-shut-down-nationwide-as-he-discusses-clintons-health/#more-122273

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Racing Discussion / "The 2016 NY SuperStock Series Champion"
« on: September 06, 2016, 01:50:02 PM »
Congratulations to #25 Mitchell Wright and team on your SuperStock Series Championship. Your team did a lot with a limited budget.  8)

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Racing Discussion / Old friend and racer Gary Yaw has passed on.
« on: April 02, 2015, 08:43:09 PM »
I learned this week that my friend and former driver of the vintage modified BJ-21 from a few years back had passed away early this week, he was ill for a couple of years.  Way back in the Monroe County days he was the clown called Myrtle Haystack who used to drive a motorcycle through an out house while Stewart Hayes "M C race director" was inside doing his "thing" the two of them did this stunt during the County Fair week for many years on the front straightaway. Gary and Stewart both worked with the Joie Chitwood show when it was in town for many years and they also did the slide for life with gasoline poured on the front straightaway, one would tow/drag the other with a car while sitting on the track approx 35mph like a sitdown water skier and one would let go of the rope and slide through the lit gasoline with virtualy no fire protection. They both were crazy and nut's but they were also your best friend  :(   RIP

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Racing Discussion / Kurt Busch suspended indefinatly
« on: February 20, 2015, 07:08:03 PM »
Talk about being innocent before you are proven guilty.

Driscoll did not file charges until November, and the Delaware attorney general has not decided if Busch will be charged.

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Bob Lonsberry was told by Cimonelli <-sp? that his show of support for the city police by having a peaceful march should be cancelled and Lonsberry was advised that he would probably be in harms way as there has been many threats against him and his safety could not be guaranteed.

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Racing Discussion / Nascar is going to kill some horsepower.
« on: March 31, 2014, 07:13:09 PM »
Looks like NASCAR is going to slow the boyz down next year. Here's an article on this from Jayski.com

http://www.jayski.com/cupnews.htm

NASCAR considering reducing horsepower to Cup cars next season UPDATE: NASCAR is planning on making significant engine package changes in 2015 to extend the life of Sprint Cup powerplants and reduce horsepower. And along with engine changes, there likely will be aerodynamic and tire changes for the Cup cars in 2015 as well. That's the word from NASCAR Vice President of Competition and Racing Development Robin Pemberton. Pemberton said the sanctioning body has had four meetings so far with representatives from Chevy, Ford and Toyota and race teams about how to implement those changes. No consensus has been reached yet, according to Pemberton, but discussions are ongoing in advance of making the changes for next year. Although Pemberton declined to specify how many horsepower NASCAR is looking to cut, sources familiar with the discussions said the reduction would be in the neighborhood of 75 to 100 horsepower. Currently, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series engines make about 860-900 horsepower at most tracks. Discussions are still in the early stages, Pemberton said, but given the fact that there are so few engine suppliers now, they will need plenty of lead-time to make changes for next year.
Among the options being discussed are reduction in engine displacement and changes to throttle body size. Sources familiar with the discussions say that Chevy and Toyota are pushing for a reduction to 5.0-liter engines, while the Ford camp is pushing for the use of tapered spacers, such as are used in the NASCAR Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series engines. Pemberton said any change in the engine package likely would necessitate other changes as well.
"It's not fully appreciated the fact that we've had the same engine for basically 25 or 30 years and it's at 850 or 860 horsepower, where it used to be 500," Pemberton said. "And we are at the same race tracks where we used to run 160 (miles per hour) we're now qualifying at 190 and running 213 going into the corners. There's been a lot of engineering and gains made across the board. Goodyear ... we have the same tire patch as when we started.(FoxSports)(3-23-2014)
UPDATE: NASCAR has another meeting scheduled in April with Sprint Cup engine builders to determine possible changes to the engine for next year, said Gene Stefanyshyn, NASCAR vice president of innovation and racing development. NASCAR has talked with teams since late last year about engine changes for 2015 that would reduce horsepower. "We're all working together to find the solution,'' Stefanyshyn told Motor Racing Network on Friday at Martinsville Speedway. "We have to make sure that the little guys, the smaller engine builders are OK with this and we don't hurt them financially. It's a balance, and we've probably got six different alternatives we're looking at. We're going to be needing to get to a decision here pretty soon.'' Engine builders expect NASCAR to reduce horsepower by about 100 or so for next year.(Motor Racing Network)(3-29-2014)

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 Tonight , We have now crossed over the threshold, we can not recover the USA as us oldtimers / Americans remember. It's now free birth control for everybody ( women just kill your kids as you see fit as it is now legal ), we do not support our own people who are asking us for firepower while they are being killed and we can watch them die in real time with no bullets ( Bengazi ) , someplaces in NYC have no fuel or electric after 8 days of warning before the storm, and why do we not have some generators in place and why do we not have fuel trucks/food trucks in place to at least give fuel/food to the people who are dying, does Obummer care ? ( he got his photop  :D), blackies at philadephia guard the voting places while Obummer picture hangs inside of a voting area ( why not some have KKK guy's with no press coverage ? ), Obummer wins with 12 counties against 60 in Ohio ( no vote fraud there  :o) , we had one shot at saving America and we blew it. I just hope all of you Liberals / anti Americans are proud of your acomplishments...... I'm glad I am old as this issue wil not affect me as it will the young ( Smart People ) :'(

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Racing Discussion / Oswego Super Stock finish anyone have results ?
« on: July 23, 2012, 01:14:40 PM »
Anyone have a full rundown on the Super Stock race ?

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Larry McReynolds has stated on the Speed Channel that JJ car had passed the templet test but had higher bumps fore and aft in the C panels, I guess my question is .. If the car passes the templet test then exactly what is the infraction ??? Is the infraction a subjective interpretation of what should be correct or is there an exact dimension that one would follow ??? Not for nothing BUT Chad Knaus is no dummy, so did the car pass a legitimate templet test and fail a arbitrary interpretation of what is correct ?? With an arbitrary assessment of fines and points ???  ::) Not a JJ fan but someone in the nascrap hierarchy should explain the rules so the stupit people can understand what is the criteria to passing tech, like I said earlier nascrap was incorrect in the assessment of -25 points for a non race infraction, they should have confiscated the car if it did not meet specifications.

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Racing Discussion / Forcast looks poor for WCIS Race 10/1
« on: September 30, 2011, 03:28:09 AM »
Now might be the time to pull the plug on this weekends race and reschedule for October 8th, the forcast just shows terrible weather this week but looks like heat next weekend. JMO

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