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Qualifying Results for the Spongebob Squarepants 400 at Kansas Speedway

1. Joey Logano

2. Kasey Kahne

3. Brad Keselowski

4. Martin Truex Jr.

5. Carl Edwards

6. Kevin Harvick

7. Greg Biffle

8. Kurt Busch

9. Jamie McMurray

10. Kyle Larson

11. Jeff Gordon

12. Erik Jones

13. Denny Hamlin

14. Aric Almirola

15. Ryan Newman

16. Tony Stewart

17. Dale Earnhardt Jr.

18. Matt Kenseth

19. Jimmie Johnson

20. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

21. Clint Bowyer

22. Paul Menard

23. David Ragan

24. Casey Mears

25. Justin Allgaier

26. Sam Hornish Jr.

27. Danica Patrick

28. Austin Dillon

29. AJ Allmendinger

30. Trevor Bayne

31. Michael McDowell

32. Ty Dillon

33. Jeb Burton

34. Cole Whitt

35. Matt DiBenedetto

36. Alex Bowman

37. JJ Yeley

38.  David Gilliland

39. Brett Moffitt

40. Josh Wise

41. Landon Cassill

42. Joey Gase

43. Michael Annett

Failed to Qualify:

 - Brendan Gaughan

Featured Book: Hit #29 (2003) by David Fisher

Hit #29 is the classic insider account of a Mob murder - told by the killer who made the hit. The killer is Joey - author (also with David Fisher) of the classic New York Times bestseller Joey the Hitman: The Autobiography of a Mafia Killer, and a man who committed thirty-eight murders for hire. Joey’s style - cool, wise-cracking and disturbingly human - is a reminder that real life mobsters are people, too. But this Sopranos-like account of his 29th murder is a reminder that while Joey may be a good guy, he is a very bad man.

A couple days late?

I don’t really care.

I’m thankful that I have so many wonderful friends in my life. I don’t know what I’d do without some of them.

I’m thankful that Natalie is not a Hetalia fangirl.

I’m thankful that Homestuck is not a word that my animation kids are familiar with.

I’m thankful that I’m on a robotics team that seems to be inhabited by people that may actually care.

I’m thankful that people tolerate me.

I’m thankful that this upcoming year looks like a better year than the one preceding it. Even though some friends may vary in their proximity to me, I’m still confident that good can come of the next few months.

Thinking of appropriate tags for some of my friends.