Too funny. Thanks Donna Barr (my friend & a very talented artist) for this. http://tinyurl.com/5usybc
250 mph & he lives to drive another day... DAMN!
1797 – In Boston Harbor, the 44-gun United States Navy frigate USS Constitution is launched. She is the oldest ship in the world still in commission. Old Ironsides rests at pier but I do wish she was on the open seas working again.
Which is why this war will be long.
I'll note the idiot who threatened to burn the Koran had less than a 100 followers. Yet this idiot via the MSM & the chattering class need to score their disdain for the USA has caused worldwide riots. WTG guys! more...
1953 – Swanson sells its first “TV dinner”. Cuisine in America falls a little bit lower…
As a chef I know they're at least safe to eat but why would one want to?
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The Indian Grand Prix will be slotted near the end of the season in 2011, pending the homologation of the new circuit in Delhi. The season will also have an unusually late finale--Nov. 27 in Brazil.
Bernie Ecclestone has not shuffled around the other flyaway races, so the season will end with an unprecedented run of six events outside Europe. He did take the logical option of putting Japan and South Korea back-to- back, which is not the case this year.
Brazil has replaced Abu Dhabi as the last race, presumably because India and Abu Dhabi are very close on the map. Australia now stands alone, two weeks ahead of Malaysia.
2011 F1 World Championship
March 13: Bahrain
March 27: Australia
April 10: Malaysia
April 17: China
May 8: Turkey
May 22: Spain
May 29: Monaco
June 12: Canada
June 26: Europe
July 10: Great Britain
July 24: Germany
July 31: Hungary
Aug. 28: Belgium
Sept. 11: Italy
Sept. 25: Singapore
Oct. 9: Japan
Oct. 16: Korea
Oct. 30: India
Nov. 13: Abu Dhabi
Nov. 27: Brazil
This looks like a very good challenge for the teams, weather of course but also heat & new tracks.