Monday Morning* Musings
Did you ever stop to think ... and forget to start?
I spent most of Sunday afternoon watching the race on NBC. Only now getting my heart rate back to normal. I've been a Michael Waltrip fan for a while now, which is like being a Boston Red Sox fan. It is sooo nice to win one now and again. What a delicious vicarious thrill.
Check this out: The Miami Herald | 09/29/2003 | Safety first -- even in fun a superb description of the defining moments of the NASCAR Winston Cup EA Sports 500 from Talladega.
Also, AP has a super photo circulating of an airborne M&M's car piloted by Elliot Sadler whilst in freefall. See it here or here (#4) if you're an AOL customer.
Italians grope each other in the dark. Government probes cause; results in nine months.
World's oldest man dies at 114.
Copter crash claims famed bushman. "North-West bush poet Johnny James, 56, had lived alone on Yakka Munga Station, 200km east of Broome, and spent 35 years in the Kimberley catching bulls and working cattle."
* Alright, alright, ALRIGHT! MY morning, not yours!