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Who Introduced You To The Grudge Game Today we will ask that all of you to take a stroll back down memory lane, I think it was Minnie Ripperton who first coined that term, but we are going to use it today because it perfectly fits this week’s topic; “Who Introduced You To The Grudge Game.” I think this is a very significant topic because some of us need to look back to who, what, and where we got started, in order to regain our heritage. Excuse me for saying so, but the grudge game is now filled with a lot of sidewalk, keyboard and radio racers. I mean we are surrounded with a bunch of play, play racers. They won’t race anyone or anything, no matter how closely matched they are. No guts, no glory, no pain, no gain. No balls, no nuts, just no nothing, but a lot of smack talk. So what I want to do today is to take a look back and pay tribute to the guys that got us in the game and to talk about them and what they was running back then or maybe they are still in the game, I don’t know. But I do know this, I always hear stories about the good ole days and I can only conclude that in order for all the O G’s to be able to tell all these stories about the frequency of races and the intensity of the grudges and the consistency of the grudges, that the guys doing the grudging, the same guys that schooled me and those that schooled you. I would have to say they did not fit the radio racer profile. They did not fit the side walk racer profile and they definitely did not fit the keyboard racer profile. So let’s talk about them. Tell us who introduced you to the game. Tell us a little about what they ran or still run and then tell us what it was about them or about the game that got you hooked.