We get how NASCAR's version of the Super Bowl wound up being its first race of the season.
After all, the Daytona 500's been around since the days when moonshiners were still running on Thunder Road, before all the racing points for this-n-that were even a concept.
That crash was nothing compared to what happened at this year's Daytona.
Or perhaps what happens at the nearby mega-market whenever a sale is in progress. No wonder more and more customers are migrating to cyberspace to do their shopping!
Don't be alarmed by the Cyrillic text. This is not a Russian hack. It's just us spanning the globe for cool stuff.
And we're still at it. So make a habit of checking our store, and then click away with no fear of collisions.
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