Topic: How and why the Lemons judges accept bribes.

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Re: How and why the Lemons judges accept bribes.

I've been around awhile and didn't realize that most of the alcohol bribes go to the corner workers. That's good to know! We'll start bringing bribes every race from now on. You judges can suck it, I just want to give the flaggers some tokens of appreciation. [Wait did I say that out loud?]

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Re: How and why the Lemons judges accept bribes.

zanzabar88 wrote:

You judges can suck it...

Hmmm. I'll just make a little note to myself in case you're thinking of coming to either of the next two races at The Ridge.

zanzabar88 wrote:

...I just want to give the flaggers some tokens of appreciation.

Oh, wait, never mind. That's actually fair.

zanzabar88 wrote:

[Wait did I say that out loud?]

Yes.

1982 MG Metro 1300: IOE 2015 Pacific Northworst GP, Longest Distance 2010 Cd'L Box Wine Country Classic
1980 KV Mini 1: Worst of Show and Fright Pig Supremo 2009 Concours d'Lemons
1978 H Special: Second-Round Elimination 2010 Lemons Pinewood Derby at Sears Pointless
1967 SAAB 96: IOE 2012 Pacific Northworst GP