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They are referring to spectators yelling encouragement to runners at various places along the race route. Like at the top of Heartbreak Hill, “It’s all downhill from here!”
I think that I shall never see,
A billboard lovely as a tree,
To cover up God’s handiwork,
Well, that’s a sin and you’re a jerk.
Indeed, I was thinking rhinoceros, but I like your ideas, too.
Hey Clay, idea for a future comic: We have heard over and over from the right that the January 6th attack on the Capital was just a “protest” because there were no weapons (aka firearms). Now Donnie Jr. is saying that the school massacre could have been done with a bat, doesn’t that make a bat a weapon? So…
Nick Willis of New Zealand became the first person to run a sub-four-minute mile for 20 consecutive years. The latest was indoors at the Millrose Games in January, so he already has 2022 covered.
Half the day before or after noon (or 1:00 DST) really depends on where you are located in your time zone. Eastern edge earlier, western edge later.
Understood, and many runs/races have a party atmosphere before and after they occur. Tennis players may be smiling between points if they are playing well, but look deadly serious when they are in action (it’s a concentration thing). A couple of commentators said that people aren’t smiling or may look miserable while jogging. I’m wondering who they think would be smiling while doing the activity, because I can’t think of any.
What sports are some of you watching where the participants are smiling when they are training or competing?
She is referring to the homework being turned in on time, not him personally.
It was so cold in Minnesota that they had to warm up the ice before they could play the Winter Classic.