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  1. I am not a liberal or a conservative. I am not a democrat or republican. I will defend the right to fly all 3 of those flags but I only have allegiance to 1 of those flags.
  2. Both Canadian. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All-dressed In America, the All Dressed chip is widely considered Canada's greatest contribution to society.
  3. Hey I had some "all dressed" chips yesterday (Ruffles). Nice work on those Canada.
  4. While both ends of this statement may fit some people....the people who are caught in one half of the generalization are being typecast into both ends unnecessarily.
  5. Serving your country in the military is more patriotic. I won't get the shot because I don't trust the US government or the pharmaceutical industry. If you got the shot I have nothing against you and I hope you get to the races this summer JohnyC
  6. “There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with power to endanger the public liberty.” John Adams, Notes for an Oration at Braintree, Massachusetts, 1772
  7. The other side of that logic is this: If the people who are concerned about the virus are vaccinated then we should be able to return to normal. (I say this because even if you are vaccinated it is still possible you can transmit the virus) If someone who chooses not to get vaccinated ends up getting infected then that is the risk they assumed by not getting vaccinated.
  8. Right. I think Jumper12a was talking about entrance and PatsJags14 was talking about enrollment. Kind of apples and oranges.
  9. This was well done. Everyone I saw was following the CDC guide lines. Some were wearing masks and the rest I assumed are fully vaccinated. Back to racing.
  10. Yea I have seen that view before and it is good. The difference though is that you are talking about one specific view at LV. I am saying I have sat in almost every seat at Fulton and they all provide great seating.
  11. I don't usually see much promotion for regular shows at Fulton. I am not complaining either (go see the thread on Rock Auto and Fuccillo. haha.) The good things about Fulton: 1. The seating. You can see everything on the track and half of what goes on in the pits. I can't think of a better view for racing in New York. My kids complain about Oswego because you really can't see what happens on the backstretch. You are watching the tops of the cars and your mind is interpolating what is happening. 2. They are very organized and run the show off quick. Last night they went even fast
  12. Yea I was there. They ran the show straight through. Mods were decent show. Sears pulled away by a straight away. It took him a bit to get by Phelps. The track didn't have much for bite. It was quite dusty but I think they were playing it safe as weather foretasted rain and it started raining during 2nd sportsman feature. Big crowd. I think the 50/50 was almost 900$.
  13. wait wait wait.... you "laughed out loud" on a forum post. Then you claim to only laugh to yourself? I gotta throw a flag on that one.
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