Remember who the editor is....Kravitz. 'nough said. He has wrote how he hates the Pacers and Colts many times(ok almost everytime he turns on his laptop). I'm beginning to think that if you support the home team you have a big target on you while the trolls have free run. Just goes to show why I don't subscribe to the Star.
As host and recently grown colts fan ( still pacers first though ) I welcome you to the boards as well, if there are tech difficulties don't hesitate to pm me or email me.
If you've done 6 impossible things today?
Then why not have Breakfast at Milliways!
What? No more new people to welcome? Time to bump the indystar thread.
I've considered both....racing legends as well as moving to NC. I have a friend in Raleigh who keeps trying to talk me into moving down close to her.
Have you ever heard of Salisbury, NC?
If you ever come down to visit your friend, I can get you a tour of the Legends facility and some of the drivers. All sorts of Legends and racing "things".
The school was taught by Elliot Forbes Robinson. He has won a Bunch of 24 hour of Daytona races, and old sports car racer.
Hello. I thought I'd say hi.
I'd love seeing the Colts board at Pacers Digest grow in popularity.
So welcome to all the new guys/gals!
Howdy from another former IS poster(ok I still post on the IU threads and occasionally a Colts thread).
Wow - abel's a Colt fan now too! That rocks!
The best exercise of the human heart is reaching down and picking someone else up.
Next thing you know, Able will be picking a high school in Indy to cheer for too
I was solidly entrenched as a Steelers fan prior to 1984, when Bob Irsay ripped the Colts out of Baltimore. For a few seconds, I was interested, then Bob walked into the Hoosier Dome and announced, "This isn't your team and its not our team, it's my team." I'd rather cheer for the Rooneys.
Why do the things that we treasure most, slip away in time
Till to the music we grow deaf, to God's beauty blind
Why do the things that connect us slowly pull us apart?
Till we fall away in our own darkness, a stranger to our own hearts
And life itself, rushing over me
Life itself, the wind in black elms,
Life itself in your heart and in your eyes, I can't make it without you