Like last year, I worked a 6 am shift in the emergency department, then drove through bad Friday afternoon traffic for hours to get close to the race. I signed the credit card receipt for my room through one of those bullet proof windows. Some of the other hotel guests hanging out in the outside hallways seemed a little sketchy. Perhaps I look too law-abiding– no propositions from prostitutes, pimps or drug dealers. Monterrey– less scary, the hotel clerk and I were in the same room when I checked in. This maybe made up for waking up Friday morning at 2 am and not getting back to sleep. I had no idea where I was going and despite lots of signs leading to the start, second guessed myself several times. I barely made it to the start on time. I had a better idea where I was going and despite lots of signs leading to the start, still got a little off track.
Michael Jimenez (local resident who designed the course) left me behind really early. Michael Jimenez left me behind a little later in the race. But only after a bunch of mostly female, appropriately minimally clad, local community college cross country team members cheered us on. No photo unfortunately. It was a course highlight. I ran almost the whole course with this guy. It was his first shot at the distance, and his first 50 mile run last year didn’t got too well at the end. So Yuch, as he calls himself was trying to pace himself intelligently. Anyway, in case you find yourself running hours with this guy, you might want to do you homework ahead of time. Links to some abstracts of his many articles. Don’t sound clueless for the Kono! After the last aid station, he decided he didn’t have to hold back (there was no trade agreement that we hold hands until the finish line) and he took off up the hill. Was warmer during the race, and cold and windy (and dark) afterward. Volunteers were huddling under blankets. I didn’t want to hang out too long. No pics. Too dark anyway.
I have an attorney who discovered that I was charged incorrectly by the police who did not follow protocol. He seems to think that I may be exhonerated but the damage has clearly been done by the Tri-Cities Busted crew. Nice write up that well packaged and organized. The information published in Busted is pulled directly from the Washington County Sheriff’s office website. On their website, click ‘public information’ and then click to view the weekly arrest report. The PDF file contains the photo, name, address and all of the other information published in Busted. I don’t know that I agree with this being publicly available, though I wouldn’t mind a publication of convictions. However, I’m pointing it out because it clears up the errors in your article. You are an excellent writer and you produce favorable content. The newspaper (such as it is) is protected by the First Amendment, which supersedes the local laws in this case. As long as they don’t publish inaccurate information, they can print whatever information they obtain. My hometown newspaper (Findlay Courier) published a docket and arrest record every day when I was a kid. What they didn’t publish was a mug shot to give a face to the names. If my face showed up, I’d be suing the police department. THAT’S JUST BRISTOL AND SULLIVAN COUNTY POLICE DOING WHAT THEY DO BEST. MAKING MONEY; IF YOU DIG DEEP,YOU MIGHT SEE WHO IS REALLY BEHIND THIS. You are damn near becoming one of my fave authors on here.
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