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Boyd McCollum
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I appreciate the updates on the other formulas. Re Gene Haas - it would be great if they had 2015 to be able to do the testing you've suggested, or even have additional testing time prior to 2015 - but I don't think that'd happen. I'm excited to see Haas joining the grid though. I give them better than 50-50 they'll be ahead of Cateram/Marussia and in the lower half of the mid-pack. At least until reality hits!
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Great job Blaze, very helpful. Thanks
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Lovely analysis on different driving styles.
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I think your productivity comes from you naturally having an internal engine that idles high, combined with being a salesman at heart. What gratitude does for you is keeps you, with your high octane sales and BSing style, from coming across like a schmuck.
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Peter, I really love your reports, but you keep adding negative spin to Vettel's messages - Ted Kravitz confirmed that Vettel did have a MGU-H issue that prevented him from having full power at the end of the straights for most of the race. It wasn't a case of Vettel making up an excuse for his teammate passing him.

I'm not sure why you reflectively need to find some thing you can use to diminish Vettel. Last week in Malaysia it was his request for Rocky to speak louder and repeat what he says. You could rip into any driver's communications. For instance, Lewis often sounds short and frustrated with his engineer for talking to him at the wrong time or giving him information he doesn't feel he needs in the moment. Or Kimi's infamous "I know what I'm doing." Compared to those, Vettel is fairly benign.

I get that since Multi-21 last year, you have a personal issue with Vettel, but it's a bit unbecoming for your personal distaste for VET to be brought out in what are otherwise outstanding (and timely) pieces of reporting. 
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I've was certainly critical of Seb's radio messages in Australia and Malaysia - about the tone of them - and it was the TIMING of the message in Bahrain that I felt was noteworthy.  His slow straight-line speed was obvious to all.  Dan, who also had issues, made a great pass...and Seb immediately had to remind us about his top speed.  I think as a four-times Champion he should be above that.  Have no doubt:  I respect the guy enormously.  I just find his audios, and his swearing, a bit unnecessary.   
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Can't speak about Thailand, but you've definitely had a mango if you had one fresh off the tree in Hawaii. I grew up with a mango tree in my back yard. Those mangoes never saw the inside of refrigerator either. Mmm mmm good. 

A question for you and Freelee - how much of your being lean, and your ability to "feast" is a result of the amount of exercise you get with your cycling and running? Folks don't do 34 minute 10k's sitting on their couches all day.

Seems like 100% raw folks don't need to go to cooked carbs because they don't have the same caloric requirements you and Freelee have. 
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Great breakdown, though I disagree with the Pyle/TJ analysis. TJ was out a couple of times and wasn't defending much at all. 

The stoppage was acceptable. I think Eve nailed it, there was so much hype with the fight and people had such high hopes that McMann would take it to Rousey, that the fight ending so soon made it feel like an "early" stoppage. That, and McMann being able to get up so quickly. Not sure if an arm bar would have followed (probably) but if McMann got back up, she'd have suffered a lot more knee strikes. Gracie Combative :)

On a side note - so much was made of McMann's strength, I was surprised that Ronda was able to push her up against the cage and control her from there so quickly. Nice elbows too. 
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Unfortunately, the people who need to hear this the most are the ones who won't listen. But it is probably the single most important insight into what is really required to start and run a successful business. 
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From 11:15 onward (especially around 12:30) is truly what the strongest version of yourself is, regardless of age. 
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