Again with the "facts" based on an assumption. In fact (a REAL one), there was a radio discussion between the starter and the general manager with regard to doing an interview. Since the weather radar showed the storm to not be moving toward us at that time, it was decided to do an interview but try to keep it moving along as much as possible.
How's that sneaker taste, 111?
I'm done here - it's too nice a day to sit here arguing.
Huh? I didn't say anything about last night. I said "tracks " (meaning all, if you don't get it), and "usually" (meaning in general). Congrats on one, non-racing decision being correct Ed, one that I never disputed. Good job Ed! This cancels out the 10+ bad decisions your team has made in the past few seasons, for sure.
Though even beyond this, if there was *any* risk of rain, doing an interview is non-sensical. If it rained you would have been here justifying it with "we didn't think it'd rain according to the radar" and this type of thinking process is why there are so many mistakes made.