Tag Archives: Cooperstown

The Botendaddy Abides, Part Roku and a Riverside Run

They were doing crew down by the river. I was running with the Tattooed Canadian Chick 🐥. It was very humid. “How do you run 🏃 in that enormous yeasty adult diaper?” She asked. “Listen, we’re just running for distance not … Continue reading

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The Grand Finalé: Does Botendaddy Win?

Everyone else in the race 🏁 was boring me into an absolute stupor. I was sorry 😐 that I ever took the challenge. The Marathon ´wall’ and malaise had set in. I didn’t even care if I was a victim of red … Continue reading

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The Greatest Race of All Time, Part Zwei

“Look, does anyone know who the fifth member of race team 2000 is? We’ve got a black female from Rochester, a gay guy from New Rochelle an African track star we borrowed from Oneonta…” Asked the girl from Rochester. “It’s … Continue reading

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The Greatest Race of All Time! The 1993 Oneonta to Cooperstown Challenge Marathon!

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Review: The Monsters of Templeton by Lauren Groff

What an utterly fantastic book. The finest novel in American Literature in a long time. The themes are very intricately interwoven. I won’t be able to review this book right away. It will take too much time, so I will … Continue reading

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Review: Delicate Edible Birds by Lauren Groff

The reviewer’s state of mind: it is a cold, windswept night, the trees are bare and spring has not yet come to the northeast. I fell a sense of saddened melancholy, almost Poe-like, wistful, yet in comfortable acceptance of my … Continue reading

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