THE "SUNDAY FUNNIES" THAT AREN'T NECESSARILY THAT FUNNY AT ALL...

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Today is the return of the "SUNDAY FUNNIES" feature here on the blog, though admittedly, the way in which blowhard Marvin conducts himself in life, and especially on the drag racing internet, the situation isn't necessarily that, ahem, funny at all-- As a matter of fact, Marvin's type of behavior often has negative consequences for the drag racing scene... As we currently see drag racing stalwarts John Force and Don Schumacher engaged in a public feud of sorts, it is Marvin who actually believes that this feud is the direct result of a 'f-bomb' laced post, that he typed on the drag racing internet, several nights ago at 4am. You see, in the wee hours, Marvin "gets his load on", and sits at his computer, typing what he thinks to be 'authoritative' postings, trying desperately to rial everyone up with negativity (especially the racers and sanctioning organizations), and he believes that Force and Schumacher read his recent unflattering post comparing the two of them, and THAT'S the reason for their current confrontational state with each other. Marvin thinks he's a 'big man' when his postings drop multiple 'F-Bombs', much like an immature third grader does when bullying classmates in the schoolyard. Of course neither John Force nor Don Schumacher actually ever read Marvin's cockeyed postings, and their current feud has absolutely nothing even remotely to do with Marvin's babyish internet behavior at all. Marvin is one of those snerts on the internet who tries so bloody hard to rile up trouble... When dorks like Marvin get behind their computer keyboard, and just type negativity with their fingers, it never results in anything positive for the drag racing community, because we don't need the blowhard brand of 'debbie-downer' dingbat dissent, that fools like Marvin dispense 24/7 on the internet. I do hope that some will take this lesson to heart, because it's a lesson that needs to be learned by those who constantly pollute the drag racing internet with endless oodles of mindless nagging negativity. Let's get smart in 2017. Let's work together to help make the drag racing internet a place where more people can enjoy it and be enriched and enlightened by it. Let's put an end to Marvin's brand of blowhard bullying...