By admin | December 29, 2008
By Richard Allen
A few days ago RacingWithRich.com was able to obtain a rare peek at some wishes people within the NASCAR community had sent to Santa Claus. As luck would have it, this website has also been able to gain exclusive access to some high profile New Year’s resolutions.
This time, however, our sources have expanded beyond the realm of NASCAR and have pulled in resolutions from a wide variety of well known personalities and organizations.
For 2009 the following resolve to:
Jimmie Johnson- Try to find out why my name is spelled with an -ie instead of a -y because right now things are going so well that’s about the only issue I have in my life.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr.- Change paint schemes at least three times this season then sit back and count the money from the additional T-shirt sales.
Tony Stewart- Think twice before doing anything that might get my car owner fined.
Ray Evernham- Consider very carefully before taking on new partners, racing and otherwise.
Carl Edwards- Go into the Guinness Book of World Records for most back flips in one year.
Helio Castroneves- Make sure to mark April 15 on my calendar this year.
Tony Schumacher- Win as many races and championships as that other Schumacher guy(and he‘s getting close).
George W. Bush- For the few remaining press conferences I have left make everyone remove their shoes before entering.
Barack Obama- Stay on Oprah’s good side.
John McCain- Learn to do my own plumbing.
Sarah Palin- Keep running for office so I can get the RNC to add to my wardrobe.
NCAA- Add more bowl games next season to take people’s minds off this silly playoff notion.
Tony Romo- Throw more to Terrell Owens, lots and lots of crossing routes high and over the middle that is.
Brett Favre- Retire. No. Yes, retire. No, not yet. Yes, I mean no. I don’t know.
New York Yankees- Keep our payroll under $300 million… for the first half of the season.
Detroit Lions- Not to use our first pick in draft on a wide receiver.
The French- Catch Lance Armstrong cheating.
Lance Armstrong- Continue to tick the French off.
Tiger Woods- Keep at least three limbs operational because that’s apparently all I need.
Clark Griswold- Really go all out for Christmas next year.
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