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George Zaidan

May 24, 2015 4:17 PM
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F1 » Rosberg wins Monaco GP after Hamilton pit blunder


Soundofspeed:
George Zaidan: what do i do to save my brakes? It's impossible to pass. don't talk to me... but, but, but Nico, Vettel and Ricciardo were all able to pass lol
Of course, you would expect a 4 time WDC to defend against a 2 time WDC. He should or it would have been embarassing if he couldn't. What was surprising was that a 4 time WDC couldn't pass a 6 time gp winner for the win. Ricciardo had nothing to lose and could take risks especially since Kimi is one of the most fair drivers out there. Lewis is leading the championship and doesn't need to take any risks. He tried but probably realized that 3rd will still give him the lead going into the next race. Simples.
how was Vettel suppose to pass Rosberg when he was trying to hold off Hamilton? I guess you forgot who has the superior cars. not to mention they were racing at Monaco

George Zaidan

May 22, 2015 7:53 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘just tweaking car here and there’


JunglistF1:
George Zaidan: talking about charity... in the United States, charity donations are tax deductible, talk about giving from the pocket. I consider it a charitable contribution when one gets nothing back in return and happy to say I never claim charity contributions in any form.
So if I was an American citizen and I was earning a lot of money which I would be taxed on would giving money away means I would get taxed less? Makes me look at that in a whole different way now
yes you can itemize all your charity donations, even cloths you give away as long as you have monetary receipts/proof when you file your taxes.


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