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' He does more with limited equipment than anyone I know."  That is an understatement about Rick Rapp.

 

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Dang nick you are old   or you were  young  and still wet behind the ears . shoot you reported that 7 days after i turned 31  . that makes me feel old .. oh and less than a year after my wife and i got married ...... 

fact  we were married  6 months and living up near you in leon valley she was working at jc penneys at south park mall IN  managment  i  was learning how to operate   the big giant shovel  and operating other heavy equipment  at the rock quarry in helotes  .. i cant seem to get the story big enough to read all of it ..

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Hi Tech, to make the file bigger, double click on it.  It will bring you to a bigger screen.

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8 hours ago, NickHolt said:

Hi Tech, to make the file bigger, double click on it.  It will bring you to a bigger screen.

i tried that at first  didnt work .. realized my battery was low on the mouse . thanks 

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Think about this. How far ahead of time were Neil Upchurch and Dick Conole putting these races together. For us what great weekends we had while watching our local guys on a big track. I remember my Dad and I would go to go buy tickets in advance and we felt like we were going to the Indy 500.

Great times, great racing, and stories. 

 

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Thanks Nick.    Did this win you the Pulitzer or was it another Fryar story??

That was a great day.   That last lap was incredible.

Some great names in those results, in all the classes.

 

Billy

Ocean Springs, MS

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13 hours ago, FryarFan said:

Thanks Nick.    Did this win you the Pulitzer or was it another Fryar story??

Well, no.  Still waiting on the Pulitzer Prize.  Maybe they'll award posthumously.  But the Light did up my payroll from $0.00 a week to $10.00 a week!  The bowling writer made $25 a week, so you know how the sports editor felt about local motorsports. 

Nick

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