> Hey, I was reading up on the Women's Global GT Series. Did you know that
> THREE of our very own, Shauna Marinus, Jean Kinser, and Belinda Endress
> were selected? Isn't that great? Isn't it inspiring?
Where'd you find the info? All I heard about this was Jeff Glorioso yelling
in my ear while I tried to navigate a very wet Coliseum course during our
"Shauna won another race!!"
"Great, Jeff - do you remember how to turn a 180 spin into a 360?"
> So, they had these tryouts, and according to my anonymous source, 70
> very talented women showed up from all over the world! She said she
> couldn't believe all the talent she saw.
> That in itself gives me goosebumps, because look what happens when you
> give women a chance in a sport in which they used to make fun of women.
Lessee - you make Y chromosome deficiency a criterion for entry, and you end
up with all women? Why are you surprised by this?
> Anyway, apparently, you undergo a series of tests at the tryouts. How
> you perform on the track is 50% of your score. They also test you for
> your athletic ability, interview, and get this: image awareness.
How PC of them to avoid the traditional swimsuit competition. So actual
ability to drive a car is worth a whole 50%. That's fantastic. It has kind
of a symmetry to it, y'know? Only 50% of the human race is eligible, so
only 50% of the results count...
I guess, one more time, I just don't get it.
(against gender segregation)