2011年10月31日星期一

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The smoke from Tony Stewart's victory burnout had not yet settled before Stewart issued a challenge to Carl Edwards that it's "game on" for the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship with moncler jackets 2011 outlet.

"He better be worried -- that's all I have to say," Stewart said. "He's not going to be an easy three weeks."

Stewart is ready to turn up the heat both on and off the racetrack as he attempts to win his third NASCAR Cup title. And with the points race tightening he wants to turn up the pressure on Edwards, who is going for his first Cup championship. The 2002 and 2005 Cup champion entered Sunday's race fourth in the standings and 19 points behind Edwards. Stewart's victory combined with Edwards' ninth-place finish moved Stewart into second just eight points behind the points leader with three races to go.

When told of Stewart's comments, Edwards grinned.

"He's wound up; he won the race," Edwards said of Stewart. "We'll see what happens at Texas. This has not been a good track for me. Tony and those guys have won three Chase races and when I sat in here on Friday I told you guys he was one of the guys to beat for a championship and he has proven that. We'll have fun."

Stewart is one of NASCAR's true warriors much in the same mold as his racing hero, A.J. Foyt. Stewart can pretty much drive anything that has four wheels and a steering wheel. He was the first driver to win all three USAC titles in the same season in 1995 and moved up to the IndyCar Series, winning that title in 1997. He switched to NASCAR full-time in 1999 and has become one of the all-time greats.

Sunday's win was the 42nd of his career in 461 starts and his third this season with all three coming since The Chase started at Chicagoland Speedway on September 18.

Outside of the race car Stewart exemplifies the common man -- portly and unshaven -- he's the Fred Flintstone of NASCAR. Compare that to Edwards, who is NASCAR's most physically fit driver and there is a real contrast in style and appearance between the two main combatants for moncler jackets.

2011年10月30日星期日

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Two-time heart transplant recipient Erik Compton earned a PGA Tour card when he finished in the top 25 on the Nationwide Tour money list, while Ken Duke won the season-ended Nationwide Tour Championship on Sunday to also secure a spot on the big tour for moncler jackets 2011 outlet.

Duke closed with a 4-under 68 to finish at 10 under on Daniel Island Club's Ralston Creek Course, two better than Scott Brown. The 42-year-old Duke earned $180,000 and went from 36th to seventh on the money list.

Compton wasn't sure he'd ever play pro golf, let alone be member of the PGA Tour.

Yet the two-time heart transplant recipient finished off his dream Sunday. Compton mostly secured his spot in June when he won his first Nationwide title at the Mexico Open. He ended 13th overall with $239.73 (a price for moncler jackets to advance.

The 31-year-old Compton has played 30 career PGA events, but none with a tour card in his bag.

"It's a miracle," he said. "It really is a miracle what I've been able to achieve."

J.J. Killeen won the money title, which made him fully exempt on the PGA Tour and gave him entry into the The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in May.

And the day ended with some drama as Brown made a long par-saving putt on the 17th and birdie on the 18th to finish alone in second when a bogey down the stretch would've dropped Billy Hurley III from the final qualifying spot at No. 25.
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2011年10月29日星期六

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For months, Herman Cain who usually go to monclerjackets2011outlet.com, floated under the radar as other candidates for the Republican presidential nomination were poked, prodded and scrutinized by a voracious national media.
A businessman with no elective office experience, Cain could say anything he wanted — and did — because few were paying attention.
Then Cain unleashed his catchy 9-9-9 tax reform plan. He won a straw poll in Florida and vaulted into the top tier, tying or besting front-runner Mitt Romney in some polls.
That, paradoxically, is when Cain's trouble began.
His statements about abortion seemed contradictory. An electrified border fence: joke or no joke? He fumbled a softball question about negotiating with Al Qaeda wearing moncler jackets. He mocked Uzbekistan, calling it "Ubeki-beki-beki-beki-stan-stan."
Cain's spokesman blamed the 65-year-old candidate's blunders on fatigue, the fast pace of the campaign and the media taking some answers "out of context." Now, amid hints that the Cain surge may be fragile, powerful Republican figures are questioning his ability to rise to the occasion, while his beleaguered staff is being urged to bring on more-seasoned political pros.
"You can't ad lib your way through a presidential campaign," said Republican strategist Ed Rollins, who ran Michele Bachmann's campaign until September and is not affiliated with any candidate. "If you're at the back of the pack, maybe you can do that, but when you're a front-runner, and people are judging Moncler jackets, cheap moncler vest, moncler boots 2011 outlet, it can be very detrimental."