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Post by Microsprinter18 »

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Ah yes, the 2022 Southern 500. My ex-girlfriend called me that morning crying about something and after a couple minutes I basically told her "I don't have time for this" and just hung up and left to go the race. Finally got set free the next day. It was totally worth it, I was mentally checked out of the relationship and she was a cheating POS anyway.

I still feel like I'm owed an extra 11 months in my free trial of life after that one.
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Andy wrote: 2 months ago I crashed hugging a tree , at least it looked like that to my mate, the late Phil B but I was just leaning to it and kind of sunk down before he shouted across as he was marshaling at Inner Circle on Bray Hill.
I was awake again until I finally got back to the stay at 11pm as it was another 30min walk back up to Onchan.
That sounds like a long ass day.
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Post by LewisN1 »

I don't go to great lengths to change my life around a certain race, because everything in my life already is arranged around when the races take place :))
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