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Old 09-04-2022, 11:12 PM   #31
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Get well soon. The pictures and experiences you post on the Racing Side are excellent. They are much appreciated.

Saratoga wraps tomorrow. They play Billy Joel's "I'm in a New York state of mind after the last race. If you're there it twists your guts.

I've stayed in town a few times and gone to the track on Tuesday, get a way day. It reminds me of the Msss fair's, when racetracks were road shows.

I watch them pack up.









I found this looking for some Beyer pics.
This is Siro handicap seminar 20 years ago. Harvey Pack in the middle

[url=https://ibb.co/42qjMDj]




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Old 09-04-2022, 11:17 PM   #32
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Saratoga wraps tomorrow. They play Billy Joel's "I'm in a New York state of mind after the last race. If you're there it twists your guts.

I've stayed in town a few times and gone to the track on Tuesday, get a way day. It reminds me of the Msss fair's, when racetracks were road shows.

I watch them pack up.









I found this looking for some Beyer pics.
This is Siro handicap seminar 20 years ago. Harvey Pack in the middle

[url=https://ibb.co/42qjMDj]




Thanks, Suff. I really mean it. I'll just say Racing is very important to me.
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Old 09-04-2022, 11:34 PM   #33
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Hey Suff, Who cares about tomorrow?



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Old 09-05-2022, 12:20 AM   #34
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Track Kitchens are great places. Again, many thanks.
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Awesome Barn Area pictures, Suff. I will experience some soon during the Fall Meet at Keeneland. I always arrive very early to have Lunch at the Track Kitchen...then enjoy the 1/2 mile or so walk through the Barn Area to the Back Gate.
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Call me Barbara Suffingston please.
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Call me Barbara Suffingston please.
OK, Barb.
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That speech, with two Marines, brandishing evil guns, the red light background, kind of a blend of Hitler and N Korea, was designed to fire up the weaker minds among us. To see how much the gulible would swallow.

Apparently, MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.

BTW, Biden did try to walk it back today, on video of his feeble attempts to answer questions. As always the F****** moron could barely speak coherently.

And the OP said "liberal" and "leadership" in the same sentence!
Those marines were unarmed and it wasn’t a red background, it was a red, White and Blue background. Like the American flag. And Biden was very clear that he was not talking about everyone who voted for Trump, just a radical fringe-like you.
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Those marines were unarmed and it wasn’t a red background, it was a red, White and Blue background. Like the American flag. And Biden was very clear that he was not talking about everyone who voted for Trump, just a radical fringe-like you.
More lies and diversion, Biden is rarely clear about anything. He backtracked the next day, if he was very clear why would he need to redefine what he meant.

Keep juggling them balls.
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Nasty Rhetoric Strategy

This race-baiting strategy of calling anyone who doesn't vote Democrat racists, fascists, white supremacists, etc, which the Democratic party has embraced more and more over the past decade, is hard to understand.

I get why Biden is doing this now, his handlers think that they've already lost the swing voters in the midterms, so to try and mitigate the damage, they think that insulting half of the country might rally their base.

But you need swing voters to win elections. In 2016, Trump won 208 counties that Obama won. Swing voters are extremely important, especially in Presidential elections. By using this kind of extreme rhetoric, don't you take the risk of alienating swing voters for this and future elections?

I still think the best campaign policy is to lay out how you plan on help working class people.
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