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Sun Feb 24, 2013, 12:58 PM

[Daytona Crash] - NASCAR Wreck WAY TOO CLOSE.



Talk about close...Tire lands in a seat near a guy.

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Reply [Daytona Crash] - NASCAR Wreck WAY TOO CLOSE. (Original post)
AsahinaKimi Feb 2013 OP
Bucky Feb 2013 #1
AsahinaKimi Feb 2013 #3
Plucketeer Feb 2013 #5
Cleita Feb 2013 #2
jberryhill Feb 2013 #6
AsahinaKimi Feb 2013 #7
Plucketeer Feb 2013 #4
02potato Feb 2013 #8

Response to AsahinaKimi (Original post)

Sun Feb 24, 2013, 01:12 PM

1. I'll bet that one boy was just lookin for an excuse to take his shirt off

I blame Shatner for this

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Response to Bucky (Reply #1)

Sun Feb 24, 2013, 01:14 PM

3. This...is why

Watching Baseball is little safer, although I have seen Baseball bats fly into the stands, a tire weighs a tad more, and comes in pretty fast.

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Response to AsahinaKimi (Reply #3)

Sun Feb 24, 2013, 01:40 PM

5. The first thing I thought of

was the recent Reno Air Race crash.

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Response to AsahinaKimi (Original post)

Sun Feb 24, 2013, 01:13 PM

2. It happens a lot in sports.

I nearly got clocked at a Dodger's baseball game once. Fortunately three guys in front of me jumped for it. One got it and another got injured because of it. I refused to go with my husband after that. I don't like spectator sports that much anyway.

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Response to Cleita (Reply #2)

Sun Feb 24, 2013, 02:06 PM

6. It's part of the inherent risk of attending


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Response to jberryhill (Reply #6)

Sun Feb 24, 2013, 03:48 PM

7. I have probably been to over 50

San Francisco Giants games in my life. Of all of that, three balls came very close to hitting me. One time, I was not paying attention. It was during batting practice before the game. I was walking down the aisle with a cardboard container, holding two large cokes with ice in plastic glasses. Suddenly I was covered in soda. The ball came flying in to the left field bleachers and hit my tray exactly spraying me with soda. It scared the hell out of me, but I was not hurt. I did have to go back and buy two more cokes, which was frustrating because they were expensive!

But You know, it probably wasn't as bad, as being at an LA Kings Hockey game and having a puck hit my buddy on the side of her chin. She was lucky she just got a cut. It could have been a lot worse. Had it been a bit higher, it could have done real damage to her face.

Every time I step into a stadium, and I am on the ground level, I want to make sure I am aware of what's coming and going on.

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Response to AsahinaKimi (Original post)

Sun Feb 24, 2013, 01:39 PM

4. I'd bet a ten dollar beer

That those who weren't seriously wounded, feel like they got EVERY PENNY'S worth of their ticket's price. If the destruction and carnage weren't one skid away, half of them wouldn't be in those stands. Just THINK of the bragging rights those with lasting scars will have!

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Response to AsahinaKimi (Original post)

Sun Feb 24, 2013, 06:36 PM

8. carefull cletus and brandine!

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