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(Yahoo)   Kyle Busch has to attend sensitivity training. Sensitivity trainer has to attend therapy afterwards   (sports.yahoo.com) divider line
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303 clicks; posted to Sports » on 02 Nov 2021 at 5:19 PM (28 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-11-02 4:35:29 PM  
He should have said it was a ignition timing reference and never have wavered.  Retarding the timing makes your car slower hence the comment.  End of explanation.
 
2021-11-02 5:29:32 PM  
Sensitivity trainer: Don't say that again in public.
Busch: OK.
Trainer: We're good.
 
2021-11-02 5:57:16 PM  
The R word? Was he talking about the Washington Football Team?
 
2021-11-02 6:32:59 PM  
He's one of 5 humans that render me ill by the mere mention of his name. He could be the poster boy for Great American Assholes.

/don't care. Ain't karma if it's true.
 
2021-11-02 7:14:20 PM  

psilocyberguy: He's one of 5 humans that render me ill by the mere mention of his name. He could be the poster boy for Great American Assholes.

/don't care. Ain't karma if it's true.


So who's your driver?
 
2021-11-02 7:14:56 PM  

offacue: He should have said it was a ignition timing reference and never have wavered.  Retarding the timing makes your car slower hence the comment.  End of explanation.


Calling someone 'advanced' is hardly an insult.
 
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