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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    Sorry about the format. Is it because i posted it in a reply?

    And Dang, once you reach the top of the hill and start going down the other side, the years just zip zip zip as they go by.
    One thing about old cool hand ,He never gave up once he set his mind !
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    How's your curtain rod doing, ModMother ?
    I got them both up. This weekend I drill into the woodwork for the center mount. Wish me luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LibraryLady View Post
    Bernie Mac and Dave Matthews saxophonist are Breaking News but Paul Newman is lounge material?
    My bad. I thought I did the merge to keep it in breaking news. But it did the opposite apparently. Hold on a sec.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillygirl View Post
    My bad. I thought I did the merge to keep it in breaking news. But it did the opposite apparently. Hold on a sec.
    What we have here is failure to communicate... :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by LibraryLady View Post
    Bernie Mac and Dave Matthews saxophonist are Breaking News but Paul Newman is lounge material?
    Definitely Breaking News. Good move, Philly.
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    While many of you may remember him for his film work, I will remember Paul Newman, the automotive enthusiast. He owned a very successful CART/Champ Car/IndyCar team since 1982, and had drivers such as Mario and Michael Andretti, Nigel Mansell, Paul Tracy, Christian Fittipaldi, Cristiano Da Matta, Sebastien Bourdais, Justin Wilson, and Graham Rahal. Paul was one of the "good guys", and a true gearhead all the way until the end. RIP Paul, now take some hot laps at the big speedway in the sky....:(


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    Thanks for the memories, Paul...:(
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    RIP, Paul. :(

    Dennis Miller had a great line about Newman and his social activism. Couldn't find it on the google. Something about how he kept it quiet and did it the right way.
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    One of my all time favorite Newman movies was Winning.

    There were a lot of real "racers" in it
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