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As I've spouter here before, I have so very little time for NASCAR any more. I did, however, notice more than one news story about Tony Stewart becoming WC champion.

Several stories refered to him as NASCAR's "bad boy." Does this characterization really fit? To me, "bad boy" means publicly chasing skirts, showing up to qualifying hung over, and wearing the shades for the indoor press conference. I've come to think of Stewart as more of, I don't know . . . a little bitch.

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