posted on May, 16 2014 @ 12:11 PM
This is freakin racism. Flat out. You know... I always knew deep inside that you were one of those people. People who hold prejudices against racing.
You can always tell a racist... tsk tsk tsk. I bet you'd just lose it if your daughter married a race car driver no matter how in love they were. So
when the next klan meeting mrs racist? You and your friends from the KKK (Kars Kill Kids) gonna burn an upright wooden chassis in a racers yard? I've
got half a mind to report you to N double A S C A R (NAASCAR) just to make your life a living hell. They'll protest in front of your house in their
hotrods revving up their engines loudly until they "drive" you right outta town. OK I can't think of anymore corny jokes so I'm done.
Thank you for sharing. This is all about youthful testosterone fueled risk taking and I've seen it get ridiculous to the point my friend was so
addicted to it, he'd rev up his engine at the stop light hoping the person next to him would race natter who it was. I've seen him do it to beat up
old pick up trucks, all the way up to cars there's no way in hell he could beat in his moderately "suped up" Honda Civic even if it was stock and
hadn't been maintenanced in a year, like an I-Roc or a Corvette, just so he can say he's raced a 'vette before. I even beat him once in my 21 foot
long '72 Cadillac El Dorado with a 401 under the hood and two tattered and faded American flags on the antennas like a presidents car, and this was
in 98 and his car was a 97. I wasn't into racing but he made me do it I swear. It was the only time i ever raced. Not counting Mario Kart 64 on the
super nintendo and Gran Turismo on the Playstation.
The thing is, I live right next to Kent, and I know these kids are gonna race. But it's too damn expensive to do it "the right way" on the race
tracks. Maybe they should set up a different kind of track with less requirements but still much much safer and have them required to have a racing
seat with a 5 point harness. Pay a small fee to cover maintenance and have a supervisor and an armed security guard to check and make sure they have
the harness and to quell violence or at least have police called at the first sign of violence.
I don't know... I was just reading this article earlier about preventing herein deaths by actually providing the materials for free to do herein like
clean needles, alcohol wipes, and some special drug you can give someone if they overdose. In Vancouver BC they actually have this big old clinic the
size of a high school gym where they bring their dope in there and the nurses actually help them find a vein to inject and let them shoot up right
there under the supervision of medical pros and they have that special O.D. drug there too. It's been open years now and while they have an average
of 2 overdoses EVERY DAY, there has not been a single death since they opened their doors. Death and spread of disease has decreased. I was wondering
if there was a way to do something similar for those who have a "need for speed". Probly a stupid idea. But the concept could be a starting off
point for a better idea.
Oh and Rocker2013, you sound like your just mad because you didn't get to come in here and feel all self righteous and unload your pent up rage on
someone. So you had to settle for a lesser release regarding the misleading title. Not quite as satisfying as racism, but maybe you'll hit the
jackpot next time buddy.