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July 02, 2010 3:14 PM
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A socialite! LOL. A socialist I'll buy but he has little time for partying all night, and I'll be a little crude here, putting out porn videos like these starlett's we call socialites here in the states.

BoZ - Unregistered

July 02, 2010 3:19 PM

It's all about the pace and the race, not the personality.
The way this is goin' we'll all soon have Clooney, Letterman, Oprah , Nicholas Cage , Harrison Ford and a few others on the grid just to get some persona out there even though their pace will be that of the early 1900's.


July 02, 2010 3:21 PM

How do you think oil spill in the gulf happened. Obama was buying beers for everyone on the rig and getting them drunk till the wee hours of the morning. Someone was too drunk and accidentally pushed the button marked, "Do not push or there will be an oil spill".

Miso - Unregistered

July 02, 2010 3:22 PM

When Stoner puts his visor down I can see loads of charisma. Same as the other alliens.
I believe there's nothing more charismatic than young men fighting for a victory in any sport, doing their very best. Bar to bar at incredible speed, trying to beat living legend and some other fastest and most fearless men on this planet
What about you? Or maybe you were talking about some other charisma


July 02, 2010 3:49 PM

@ Diesel
If you watched the session today you would have seen that Bautista was particularly impressive.He spent most of the session around 6th or 7th but was only pushed down as soft tires went in.He was well ahead of his more experianced team-mate Capirossi for the majority of the free-practice session.

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