A large, long-term study presented earlier this month at the Alzheimer's Association icom radio earpiece on Alzheimer's Disease meeting in Honolulu found that people who perform moderate to heavy levels of exercise have a 40 percent lower risk of developing any type of dementia compared with people reporting the lowest level of exercise.
Red Sorenson finished sixth highest among the four radio earpiece drivers eligible for the Nationwide Dash Cash bonus at Iowa. The other three drivers eligible were his two Turner Motorsports teammates -- Justin Allgaier and Jason Loffler -- and Michael Annett.
After a long crawl in the vents, and almost breaking his neck, Bower finds himself in an overhead storage compartment. Bower falls to the floor and loses radio communication with Payton. After regaining his senses he see's a woman trying to get into a room but when he attempts to talk to her, she runs away. Bower gives chase but after interrogating a corpse and seeing some strange lights, he finds it pertinent to hide until he can discover the source. He soon see's a humanoid creature that seems to feast upon the meat of human beings. Bower and Payton resume radio contact and memories begin to resurface with details about their mission. Their ship is a one way ticket to the planet Tanis for colonization, a 123 year journey. The men decide Bower needs to work his way toward the reactor.
Over the years, Hollywood has tried in vane to create the definitive NASCAR movie (Red Line 7000, Stroker Ace and The Last American Hero to mention a few). So far, only "Days of Thunder" in my opinion even registers. To quantify my measurement system on a 1 to 10 scale (with 10 being the highest), "Days of Thunder" is a definite 1. Yes I agree it is good entertainment and has some big names, but the actual racing and apparent driving skills are all Hollywood. By this scale, name any other NASCAR movie you've ever seen and it would rate in the negative numbers. I'm saying they don't even qualify for a rating, clearly, nobody has hit the bulls eye as far as NASCAR Movies go.
If you want to make a difference, CB clubs often are organized to provide observation of walking and bike marathons. A radio in the right place can direct an ambulance or summon the police or fire department, helping these overloaded public servants to be more effective. Training in observation and reporting is a part of being one of these helpers. CB radio frequencies are monitored for calls for help, whether emergency or just for information. You should be able to find one of these groups if you want to help. Drive around. Watch for trouble late on Halloween, cruise the route of a bike race, or a school hiking trip. Learn first aid and go to help those who need it. You can be a radio hero.