2018-09-21

Fucking NY Jets… I’m glad I didn’t waste my time and money watching the Jets blow a 14-3 lead at halftime to lose 21-17 to the Cleveland Browns; the same Browns who hadn’t won a game since 2016.

In happier news, I’m up at 5:30am to watch a sport for which I have no rooting interest (Australian Rugby) and it’s EAV Strut weekend so that’s where you’ll find me tomorrow.

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28 Responses to 2018-09-21

  1. Stacy Fox says:

    If I’m feeling better by tomorrow I’m considering Strut too. The hash is actually starting early and in your ‘hood so that it can end at the Strut. That sounds kinda fun! 🙂

  2. Steve says:

    Racing tonight at the velodrome, tomorrow in Hapeville and Sunday in College Park. I’m working tonight and Sunday, so stop in. Should be fun racing- they have been promoting heavily.

    Ran last night for the first time in weeks. Certainly feel it today.

    More later.

  3. barb says:

    not camping yet……… Allan & a lot of the crew are all having fun – I’m not.
    I hope to leave here at 3:30-4pm – this day already has been screwed up -s o who knows.
    Best story from yesterday was Allan set up the camper on the wrong site – so he had to do it twice. I told him – he totally needs me!!! I would have never let that happen.

  4. BARB says:

    and – what the hell- BROWNS WIN!!!
    Sorry Paulie – but is just funny.
    I was watching a morning show & they said the celebrations were just they had won the Superbowl.

  5. Bonnie says:

    I’ll be at the Strut tomorrow too, and there’s a Urban Explorers bike ride Sunday that I’ll need to try and not be hung over for :). I begrudgingly have to interrupt my Strutting for a couple hours to attend a neighborhood block party / potluck, since I’ve lived here over a year and haven’t met many neighbors except the ones on either side of me. Which also means today I need to find a recipe, buy the ingredients, and cook it… Ugh, why is it on the same day as the Strut?

    I gave my neighborhood message board a heads up about the hash, in hopes that no will call 911 this time about the flour. I guess I’ve outed myself as a hasher, even though I didn’t directly specify. Based on the comments about hashing from the last incident, they probably won’t be impressed that “one of them” lives in the ‘hood. 😂

    • Oh yeah, I guess I am signed up for Urban Explorers bike ride too. 🙄 Looks as if I will be sweating out the beer on Sunday morning. 😂

    • ITP Lurker says:

      Conversely, they’ve outed themselves as people with too much time on their hands, so it all evens out. 😉

    • Stacy Fox says:

      There’s also the Beltline Lantern Parade tomorrow night! That’s an absolute treat to witness if you’ve never seen it before.

      • Bonnie says:

        There are SO MANY events happening tomorrow! Won’t be able to swing the lantern parade, but I went to the Grant Park version last year and it was really cool. That’s the drawback of living in a big city, you have to choose between several great events! We didn’t usually have this problem in Memphis…

  6. HamWithCam says:

    Good/great report from Dr. Royster — hip pain is definitely “musculoskeletal”.
    (Man, there’s a lot more hardware in there than I remembered.)

    And dude still knows how to hurt people. “Does that hurt?” (Yeow…)

    Me: “So, Doctor (many Peachtrees, 8 marathons, 2 Bostons), if I work hard at it, can I run the Peachtree Road Race for the 28th time in July?”
    Dr. Royster: “Absolutely…if you stretch.”

    Six weeks of PT, 2 x week should be a good start.

    BTW: Along with more Braves/Hawks than I could count, they have a signed photo from…Nancy Grace. Take that John Smoltz.

    Pro tip: “Stop doing leg lifts on the weight machines, that will tear your knees up…”

    73 de JG/HamWithCam

  7. Steve says:

    I don’t know if I’ll get back to running seriously, but it’s certainly is a more compact workout. It just has to get cooler. When the hell is Fall starting?

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