|Quoting BoeingFever777 (Thread starter):|
McLaren fined $100m in F1 spy case
I mean come on... Stealing Ferrari's F1 manual to gain an up on them and why not punish the drivers?
|Quoting Confuscius (Reply 8):|
I think Woody Austin just did on the par 5 15th at the Tour Championship. It looked like he stub his first attempt on a tap in putt and scored it as a 5 instead of 6.
|Quoting Legoguy (Reply 3):|
And it's hard to say the document was stolen when it was given to a McLaren employee by a Ferrari employee.
|Quoting Pyrex (Reply 7):|
So I guess the Soviet Union wasn't really spying on the US to steal nuclear secrets - after all, it was only Julius and Ethel Rosenberg (and many others) giving them the secrets.
|Quoting Confuscius (Reply 11):|
It was ruled inconclusive by officials. It's was up to Woody's decision.
Here's the replay...
|Quoting Pyrex (Reply 10):|
You didn't answer my question - was the Soviet Union spying on the US or not? If so, why?
|Quoting Legoguy (Reply 14):|
I am not familar with that. Perhaps you can explain with your infinite wisdom. I hate people who answer something by asking another question.