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50 Years of Running: When the shit really did hit the fan

Back in college days, I became a big Warren Zevon fan. I dug into his albums because I liked the twisted lyrics and sad, crazy, needy, nutso characters he created. Zevon later became friends with Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, one … Continue reading

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It’s hard to tell conspiracy theories from the truth in athletics, and more

Back when Lance Armstrong was riding away from the other doping cyclists, rumors and conspiracies about doping were rampant. Fans wanted to believe the sport was clean. People wanted the Legend of Lance to be true. Cancer victim comes back to … Continue reading

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And now, a biblically scary message for our times about tarsnakes and running and riding

By Christopher Cudworth “All satire is blind to the forces liberated by decay. Which is why total decay has absorbed the forces of satire.” –Theodor Adorno “You can’t make up anything anymore. The world itself is a satire. All you’re … Continue reading

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