Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Tailhunter, Jun 30, 2020.
it's the mind control serum wearing off
21st place is his career best
Anything to keep the spotlight..... poor bastard can't do it with his driving skills so now he's passing out on camera, on demand.... Pitiful....
He has most likely been weakened from the energy expended being a whiny, punk-ass bitch.
Sorta reminded me of this interview, except Andrew WK is hilarious and Smollet is pathetic.
It's old news. There are videos of him doing that for years.
Fuck that guy. I bet he could stay relevant hitting the wall at 200mph, maybe he should try that.
If he could get to 200mph on race day he might have fewer critics.
Love AWK, one of the most fun shows i ever went to. Dude was balls to the wall for over an hour.
Look, as to this, Im not going to talk trash. I about fainted today at a junkyard. It came quick, I dont know if it was dehydration or what, but I started feeling sick, lightheaded, and hard to mentally process things. I ended up sitting down in the lobby for a bit then making my way to car to get more beverage and turning the AC on. Never had this happen to me.
You have been leaning a little left lately, so..
Ive not changed my stance one bit
So this POS keeps passing out and NASCAR Still lets him drive a Race Car???????
I WISH they let me drive a ca....oh you mean the OTHER POS...
Now That^^^^ That's funny
Bubba may need a pacemaker implanted.
Or a piece of 230 Ball!
I have heard that black men get so scared the police will kill them if they wear masks that they become agitated and pass out.
Passing out will become Bubba's excuse for not wearing a mask.
Never heard of him. Hope he is ok.
Today’s drivers are nothing compared to the MEN who raced years back ... open faced helmets, no cool suit, no power steering, etc. Hell a lot of drivers didn’t wear gloves ... up into the early 90’s High Groove Harry drove no gloves and wore signet ring. Today they get whiny and cry when there’s the least little thing ... suck it up buttercup.
Perhaps type 2 diabetic?
I'm going to have to agree with Billy- he passes out at the drop of a hat and he's behind the wheel?
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Seriously, if the dudes passing out, he needs a medical before he drives again. I don't know how he got the job to drive the 43 car.
I have a good guess.
I think you really do...this story:
You firing me because I'm Black!?
NO. I hired you because you are Black. I'm firing you because you aren't worth a shit!.
He has not been nor will he ever be relevant during his driving career in Nascar. And as I stated in another thread the team he drives for(Petty Motorsports) hasn't been relevant in about 15 to 20 yrs.
You might want to go to your DR. And get checked out. Honestly your at the age when perfectly healthy people start dropping because of heart stuff.
Do you know much about that sort of stuff? Im not saying that snidely either.
I'll add, just before that I busted my elbow pretty good on a B-pillar of a car, removing a steering wheel. Ive got a nice lump now and bruise starting. I dont know if the pain could have added. But once I cooled down and got some drinks into me I was fine
That spike in pain might better explain it. Yes I have experience with people dropping after being healthy. Had a guy I went to church with a teacher that jogged 4-5 times a week no matter the time of year. He left for a jog and his best friend found him about 300 yards from his house massive heart attack. My wife's grandfather died at 42 perfectly healthy farmer, her dad first heart attack at 45. Had a friend from college need stents/stints?? At 39 no family history. If you do your annual physical it's less likely to have it sneak up on you. But it's always one of those things you need to pay attention to. My best friend is a nurse administrator and he said we are in that age range that men start dropping from not knowing 38-45. I get my physical every year, found I had thyroid crap that was making my heart race about 8 years ago.
Hopefully it was the heat, humidity, I didnt have TOO much to drink before that, and then the massive pain.
Again, never had it happen, and was perfectly fine within 20 or so
Do you get your annual physical? If not you should just because it's good to know.
Now we know why so many who have a troubled past are packing a Glock or Sig.
With your insurance the physical is free. Get your physical it really is worth knowing. I had a pretty smart guy tell me a Chinese proverb once that made me think.
Man with many diseases dies old, man with one dies young.
Ole Pard!!!! I've got bad news......It gets worse.. Your Ole Boomer Pal.
Hell NASCAR hasn't been relevant in the past 15-20yrs.
Were you sweating or relatively cool during the spell you experienced?
Rest of the day (visited more junyards) I made sure to sip water almost constantly and never had another issue.
So maybe the 'injury' + humidity + not enough water. I dont know
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