Maybe it has something to do with the 5000' elevation change or the lack of bull moose urine on the ground.
Are you referring to the beer, or the actual thing?
I don't think it has anything to do with the elevation change. I think most probably somewhere back in my past I must have messed with the wrong Big Kahuna and they put some very potent voodoo on me. I have tried to find some anti-voodoo goo on Amazon, and they used to sell it in various scents, but apparently supply chain issues have hit there, too.
I will note that despite having to limp around the course at half-throttle, you missed the M45 bronze medal by only 37 seconds, and the gold by 1:29. At age 64.That's worth recognizing.
Well, I was basically pretty content and thinking that life wasn't all bad. That is, until you mentioned this. I never saw the results at the venue. I was that close? Man, what a bummer. Now I feel very depressed and unhappy. Blue, and in the bad blue way.
The only possible thing that could lift me out of this newfound sense of profound loss, sorrow, self-pity, and regret would be if somehow, someway Trump would decide to run again for President. Then I would immediately return to my usual state of happiness and cheerful exuberance and life would be worth living again!
Well, the Times and all the other fake news media are reporting that he is going to run, they've even made up video of him announcing it, so obviously the whole thing is a lie. It seems you're stuck with LSSR for a while. My condolences.
Oh, well. But at least it's Tuesday, meaning soon the Bottom 25 rankings will be out, and things are looking up already as I think about that cheering thought. ; )
It's interesting how many people across the political spectrum consider last night's announcement to be good news.
The announcement seems legit. The NYPost
even covered it.