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Discussion in 'DIRECTV - AM21 Discussion (private)' started by Earl Bonovich, Jan 31, 2008.
Nah, not yet. I'm too strung out on pop to feel anything.
Well I'm already sick.. slept 18 hours yesterday.. got tomorrow off so I hope it comes tommorrow..
I was gonna say something and then decided .. probably better left unsaid
Hope you're feeling better. Isn't Daytona this weekend? Hope you're not too sick to watch that.
Well I hope you feel better too! Tony, or anyone else come on down the weathers beautiful here, and race week starts in 3 days.
Gonna be hard to pull for a Toyota team but I don't have much of a choice...
Why not much choice. Do you work for them? It's BMW for me, but that's a different story. Maybe Joe Gibbs Racing. That's a nice team . I just like him anyways! Isn't he Toyota? I think so I could be wrong though. I think atleat Tony Stewart, he's not that bad!
I couldn't be sick enough to watch it. :lol:
Sorry to hear that Jeremy! I used to be the same way, but I moved here met a couple of people, got to go watch teasting, and be in the garage area and now I will watch atleast. There is more going on then just driving around the track. It's the 50th running of the Daytona 500 and that in it self is history! Plus D* is this years major sponsor so I can't wait to see the booth the have set up! The blimp has been here since the Rolex I just saw it again the other day!
I wouldn't pull for any driver other than Tony, hence my not having a choice but to pull for Toyota.
Just heard on the news that the FedEx hanger in Memphis was damaged by the tornado. I hope no one was hurt and the AM21s are still moving to the users.
Tony, so that is the new baby girl,Emily? Starting her early on DirecTv's new equipment.
I just heard on CNN that FedEx said all packages are going out tonight, although a building was damaged.
Ford guy here, but I do like Tony as he is old school. It will be easier to root for him in a Toyota than a Chevy.
Tennessee from just northeast of Nashville to all points west was pretty beaten up last night - about 26 dead, dozens of reports of funnel clouds, baseball sized hail in places, and lots of property damage. Other parts of the south were similarly bruised. Delays in shipping might be expected in some parts of the region, depending on things like downed power lines and trees, damage to shipping warehouses or just drivers calling in sick to check on loved ones. It was rough here last night.
whew, that is good to hear!!!
Sorry to hear about so much damage in your area.