Sara Krause1 
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Re: “Know Your 2011 Kinetic Sculptures! (UPDATING!) (NOW WITH SOUND!)

Yes Race Five, all kinds of things have age limits. The difference is that they are enforced on everyone the same way, unlike the Kientic Sculpture Race. The rule enforcment has been completely selective. There were other highschool teams on the plaza this year (including MacHigh and a school from Colfax) and niether of the teams were even asked to present identification. Mason Estabrook has been writing age 18 on his form since the age of 11 and no one made a fuss about his entry forms. This whole situation is entirely because of a personal conflict the Queens have with my parents. The fact that the Queens are taking their conflict out on two teenage girls is completely imature, and then to go as far as critizizing their parenting? They have no business to think they know better than my own mother and father.

Posted by Sara Krause on 06/02/2011 at 11:07 AM

Re: “Know Your 2011 Kinetic Sculptures! (UPDATING!) (NOW WITH SOUND!)

Sick of the BS:

There is a difference between tantrum and passion. It's okay, I understand that you do not see it, for I would honestly be surprised if you knew up from down.

I hope you feel really big.

Posted by Sara Krause on 05/31/2011 at 10:57 PM

Re: “Know Your 2011 Kinetic Sculptures! (UPDATING!) (NOW WITH SOUND!)

That's really classy bashing on a young girl and her family Race Five. You deserve a metal!

Posted by Sara Krause on 05/31/2011 at 9:41 PM

Re: “Know Your 2011 Kinetic Sculptures! (UPDATING!) (NOW WITH SOUND!)

Tess and I boarded our vehicle as the real noon whistle was sounding, does this mean I should have been awarded my ACE wings?

Posted by Sara Krause on 05/31/2011 at 8:53 PM

Re: “Know Your 2011 Kinetic Sculptures! (UPDATING!) (NOW WITH SOUND!)

Racer Five:

Excuse me, I was there, considering it was me, and if you were there as well you would know that everyone out there was blown in circles, not just my sister and myself, and when we realized we were not going any further we attempted to free ourselves from the mud in order to keep from fouling our prop further. We were up to our knees in water, there was no way we were drowning in maybe three feet of water. At no time we were fully soaked. Tess and I handled things very well for being teens in the circumstances and we do not deserve to be treat like this simply because we weren't strong enough to get our machine out of the mud alone.

And if you were so concerned for the well being of Tess and I, why did you not paddle out to help us from the oh so dangerous sand bar?

Posted by Sara Krause on 05/31/2011 at 6:51 PM

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