Friday, June 25, 2010

Weekend Digest

This is downright wrong. The NHL became concerned when the Stanley Cup was taken to an adult venue. But where is the controversy after a sexual deviancy festival in Chicago will feature the Stanley Cup? Go figure. Or will the Human Rights Laws of Canada force the NHL to cave? This trophy has no business being in a party of an event that glorifies Sodom and Gomorrah.

The Sixties Again. An English course in eighth-grade at a New York-area school says the title of a Time cover from 1966 in that God was dead. They are trying to force atheism and or humanism as the official state religion, and teaching kids to be of this ideology is what government schools have wanted.

A Gaggle of Valencia Reports. "Throwing the book" at W. T. Harris Boulevard, new wing rules, the seven percent rule is back, and adopting NASCAR's rule on crew members by forcing all crewmen to be licenced as to suspend specific offenders (NASCAR has done that for years, suspending crewmen for fighting, illegal parts, violation of rules, and even pit fouls) are on the F1 plans for 2011.

And don't forget that if you're Stateside, the Telefónica Grand Prix of Europe will not be televised live. When the lights extinguish at 8 AM (EDT) you will have to find timing and scoring sites as Formula One is (in the US) in the three races without live coverage. And this also applies for the Santander British Grand Prix and the Großer Preis Santander von Deutschland. Practice #2 and Qualifying will remain on television, but for US viewers, the raced will only be shown on tape delay on FOX (those who are near the Canadian border can catch the BBC's coverage; Bernie, Bernie . . . ). Full Formula One race coverage with early morning wake-up calls with the five red lights will resume August 1 on SPEED with the Eni Magyar Nagydíj.

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