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Monday, September 24, 2012

Crabby Patty

A quick run this morning, this time in long sleeves.  Posted some of my fastest consecutive miles.  Cool Running !!  Will I need a pair of gloves and warm up pants soon ?

I pick up Kyle at Sachem East, and coach is eager to get Kyle back on the field.  We may start physical therapy tomorrow, and will put some pressure on Aetna to approve an MRI.  Kyle is feeling a little better today, a good sign.

This day in history "When producers Bert Schneider and Bob Rafelson conceived a situation comedy called The Monkees in 1965, they hoped to create a ratings success by blurring the line between pop music and television. Instead, they succeeded in obliterating that line entirely when the pop group that began as a wholly fictional creation went on to rival, however briefly, the success of its real-life inspiration, the Beatles. On this day in 1966, the made-for-television Monkees knocked down the fourth wall decisively when their first single, "Last Train To Clarksville" entered the Billboard Top 40."

Who would have thought the Monkees would gain popularity, but back then anything with a British accent was destined to follow in the foot steps of the Beatles.

Back home, it is premier night with 2 Broke Girls making a run at 9pm.  I prepare a snack for the occasion.

Photo of the day "Crabby Patty"



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