Yada yada yada, socialism sucks, government bloating sucks, politics sucks, politicians who want to waste taxpayer dollars suck, politicians who don't believe they're wasting our money suck, but those politicians who do not vote for the Government Expansion Non-Stimulus Bill are Heroes. Basically all that matters in the world right now: beer.
Exercise is needed.
I got mine. You?
|Saturday Afternoon Run: 21 min 54 sec||-2 min 43 sec|
4:05 pm - 56° - a cloudless sunny sky
Even though I had a tremendous desire to top my December running time, I was NOT looking forward to today's run; I was just too tired. Not enough good sleep last night plus some sort of mysterious pain related to (or just near?) my right Achilles tendon had me wanting to just stay home and say Screw It. I got myself to go, though. Since I was a little unsure about this final January outing, I knocked my Running Time down significantly as well as depressingly. I do not like taking off time -- only supposed to be going FORWARD, adding MORE time. Ay caramba. Oh well. However, in the interest of thinking positively about this -- I got it done. I'm beat up (or so I feel) and I think I never want to run again (even though I know I will.) This is so important; I positively abso-freakin-lutely do NOT want to be an unhealthy and severely overweight human being. NO! So I run.
Onward to February and not just 3 hours but FOUR! (Hopefully.)
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Saturday's Running Playlist
included most of this album...
The Great Suburban Showdown
Root Beer Rag (Instrumental)
Last Of The Big Time Spenders
The Mexican Connection (Instrumental)
There's a connection to the Grateful Dead here... sort of, Jerry Garcia really. Streetlife Serenade was recorded in 1974 and in the same year Ron Tutt played drums on Jerry's "Compliments" album. The following January, Tutt would begin Playing In The Band in Legion Of Mary and the JGB for 2½ years.
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