Thursday, October 4, 2007

Melting Pot


They forgot the ears!! M&M's don't have ears, but in this case they should've included them. It looks more like Elvis than it does Kyle Busch. I'm a tad disappointed that Shrub is the newest M&M driver, and probably the last for years to come. M&M's are my favorite candy and now every time I go to eat them I'll have Shrub on my brain and I'll want to hold them to prove they do melt in your hands. The E. Sad M&M stuff was the coolest and I began to accept Gilliland, and seeing the #88 with it was awesome.... but Kyle Busch!!! I will never be able to root for the M&M car again.


Speaking of the car... the 08' COT Camry JGR #18 M&M car is very cool looking... well maybe now that Gibb's has Mars on board some of the other driver's may get some cool looking candy coated cars on occassion, ie; Smoke driving the nuts off the Snickers car in the "Nationwide Series".

I kinda like the new Grand National major sponsor. The only problem is they have already given Warren Wallace the axe. GEICO has two years to leave Nationwide Series. But I don't think this keeps them out of the Cup level.

Yesterday brought an explosion of news. So much at once it's hard to keep it all straight. 07' will always be the year of change.

5 comments:

Nascar and the Canadian Curmudgeon said...

Gieco apparently has options already in the works to move to truck with Mike Wallace...I can't help it being addicted M&M's even with Kyle driving the car...

vroom said...

Hey, and you turned 30 this year too, right?

Racefan57 said...

30!!?? That's either a typo or a compliment George. "57" not '77.. ha ha

Starla said...

That is so funny. I actually thought Shrub driving the M&M's car that maybe I could like him a little more. I still think that Smoke will beat him up and he will learn a little respect when he starts driving for Gibbs.
I saw the photo of Chase, she has got so big.

RevJim said...

Remember when Tony and The Schrub got into it last year. Schrub, to his credit, said he would listen to Smoke, and he did, again to his credit. I don't think he's done listening, though, so we may see some fireworks between all three JGR drivers next year. Coach won't let it go too far, though...