Monthly Archives: November 2008

Preliminary Pictures: See Me at the Monkey

Once I get done shopping during Black Friday from my computer, and see if My Lovely and Talented Wife is awake, and get the Christmas Stuff up, and finish trading on this short trading day, and see if I can … Continue reading

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Alive in the midst of a conspiracy

I am alive! I made it through the Flying Monkey Marathon and now have the qualification needed to apply for membership to the Marathon Maniacs. I would have done that already, but it seems that all my work stuff from … Continue reading

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Prize Announcement

The Prize for the Guess My Times, Win Crap Harpeth Hills Edition has been announced PRIZ3S a division of Planet3rry.com announced today, right here, that the person with the closest finishing time guess for the Harpeth Hills Marathon will win … Continue reading

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Monkey Mode

There’s 3 days left… well really now just two as the twilight of the Thursday Sun fades in the West. OKay, so 2 days… and let me tell you… I AM A HUNGRY MOFO! Oh my goodness! I have been … Continue reading

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carpe simiam. seize the monkey.

I’ll be posting a Pre-Monkey Race Week Post, but I thought I would share this communication from the Main Monkey Race Director, just so you can get a feel for what kind of race we are going to have this … Continue reading

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Rutledge Marathon Final Results

I Finally found the Official Results for the Marathon. You would have thought there was a link on the Home Page of the Marathon Website that would link to the result… yeah, me too! Well, after waiting until TUESDAY! I … Continue reading

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2008 Rutledge Marathon Race Report

Normally when I do a race report, especially a longer race report, I use a A-F Grading System for different aspects of the Race, but since the 2008 Rutledge Marathon was the inaugral running, I don’t think it’s quite fair … Continue reading

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