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(NPR)   So, "one month per letter," NASCAR? Is that the official standard?   (npr.org) divider line
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2020-10-21 3:52:32 PM  
He pretty much missed the season. That should do it.
 
2020-10-21 4:39:58 PM  
Now it's on him to get sponsors.  That will prove tricky to have him in good equipment at the top level.  He's still in the hole he dug.
 
2020-10-21 5:02:36 PM  

downstairs: Now it's on him to get sponsors.  That will prove tricky to have him in good equipment at the top level.  He's still in the hole he dug.


Exactly. While I get not liking the length of the suspension, the suspension was never the only punishment.
 
2020-10-21 5:16:47 PM  

downstairs: Now it's on him to get sponsors.  That will prove tricky to have him in good equipment at the top level.  He's still in the hole he dug.


Say what now?

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2020-10-21 5:52:11 PM  
My friend did a hip hop song at karaoke last week.  He's suspended forever.
 
2020-10-21 5:58:38 PM  
'NASCAR' also has six letters...
 
2020-10-21 6:05:26 PM  
See?  If only he didn't use the hard R, it would have been five months.

OBVIOUSLY I'M BEING SARCASTIC
 
2020-10-21 7:02:11 PM  

downstairs: Now it's on him to get sponsors.  That will prove tricky to have him in good equipment at the top level.  He's still in the hole he dug.


He won't have any trouble getting sponsorship if he drives for Hendrick, as is rumored.

After the incident he did all the right things, did everything that was demanded of him, and genuinely seems contrite, though seeing inside someone's heart is never easy. I'm OK with him getting another shot, on the condition that one accidental utterance of anything objectionable gets him tossed for good. I can see why some people would disagree with me, though, and in truth I'm indifferent one way or the other.

But it's worth asking: if someone screws up, should they be made to pay for it forever? In some cases, yes. In this case? That's your call.
 
2020-10-21 8:21:45 PM  
The new target for the idol currently targeting HWSNBN.  It's been super effective the last few years.
 
2020-10-22 5:26:49 AM  

Adolf Oliver Nipples: downstairs: Now it's on him to get sponsors.  That will prove tricky to have him in good equipment at the top level.  He's still in the hole he dug.

He won't have any trouble getting sponsorship if he drives for Hendrick, as is rumored.

After the incident he did all the right things, did everything that was demanded of him, and genuinely seems contrite, though seeing inside someone's heart is never easy. I'm OK with him getting another shot, on the condition that one accidental utterance of anything objectionable gets him tossed for good. I can see why some people would disagree with me, though, and in truth I'm indifferent one way or the other.

But it's worth asking: if someone screws up, should they be made to pay for it forever? In some cases, yes. In this case? That's your call.


I'd like to know how Bubba Wallace feels about this.
 
2020-10-22 12:21:59 PM  

turbokat: Adolf Oliver Nipples: downstairs: Now it's on him to get sponsors.  That will prove tricky to have him in good equipment at the top level.  He's still in the hole he dug.

He won't have any trouble getting sponsorship if he drives for Hendrick, as is rumored.

After the incident he did all the right things, did everything that was demanded of him, and genuinely seems contrite, though seeing inside someone's heart is never easy. I'm OK with him getting another shot, on the condition that one accidental utterance of anything objectionable gets him tossed for good. I can see why some people would disagree with me, though, and in truth I'm indifferent one way or the other.

But it's worth asking: if someone screws up, should they be made to pay for it forever? In some cases, yes. In this case? That's your call.

I'd like to know how Bubba Wallace feels about this.


He was one of Kyle's first phone calls following the incident so I imagine that he has an emotional investment in seeing Larson getting the chance to redeem himself.
 
2020-10-22 3:05:11 PM  

No Line For Beer: turbokat: Adolf Oliver Nipples: downstairs: Now it's on him to get sponsors.  That will prove tricky to have him in good equipment at the top level.  He's still in the hole he dug.

He won't have any trouble getting sponsorship if he drives for Hendrick, as is rumored.

After the incident he did all the right things, did everything that was demanded of him, and genuinely seems contrite, though seeing inside someone's heart is never easy. I'm OK with him getting another shot, on the condition that one accidental utterance of anything objectionable gets him tossed for good. I can see why some people would disagree with me, though, and in truth I'm indifferent one way or the other.

But it's worth asking: if someone screws up, should they be made to pay for it forever? In some cases, yes. In this case? That's your call.

I'd like to know how Bubba Wallace feels about this.

He was one of Kyle's first phone calls following the incident so I imagine that he has an emotional investment in seeing Larson getting the chance to redeem himself.


https://twitter.com/BubbaWallace/stat​u​s/1312955186332262402?s=19

Sorry if the link doesn't work but this was a tweet I saw with Kyle's letter and I feel like Bubba really believes in Kyle. They were and still are friends.
 
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