Monday, March 22, 2010

"Drink milk, haul ass and live to dance another day"...

A large round of applause to Thee WBC, The Dutch Goose, Test Tube Kitty, Boise City Green Belt System, Prestige Skateboards, The Boise Bicycle Project and you: the fine citizens of our fair city. Our 5th annual Liverdance Alleycat was fast, furious and as always, super fun. In the absence of C43 (he's currently studying contemporary miming in France and couldn't be with us) I was relegated to being the loud one. With that, I apologize for such an anticlimactic finish to such a great afternoon. I don't particularly care for any more than two people looking at me much less standing in front of a throbbing throng of sweating cyclists and having to speak out loud. I'm sure my kudos to the 60 year-old Mom that raced (and finished) were drowned out by tequila-swilling rowdiness so I want to congratulate her again. I forgot her name but she's in one of the pics down there, smiling and stoked. We had 67 racers and most of you finished, I noticed that Triton came in 19th and then again at 32nd. Good job aaand... good job. "Drank at all the stops" placed 41-44, forever securing a place in my heart as true champions. Top Three Women were: 3. Mary Ann, 2. Alex and 1. Captain Fran, way to go ladies. Dudes and top finishers all came in right around an hour: 3. Ian, 2. Manbaby, 1. Mooch. Nice work lads. I wish I had more/better pictures from the cereal killing. I noticed that Mooch ate his Lucky Charms by hand then guzzled the milk, maybe that was the difference maker. Anyway, thanks again for being so cool and I hope you all had as much fun as I did. Chris we missed you but the boys stepped right up and pulled off another great WBC production (oh yeah, and The Iceman says "heyn"). Thanks Warlocks.
Slainte- P77, 3.22.10

2 comments:

N*88 said...

I also ate my cereal dry and hammered my (chocolate) milk. The difference maker, for the record, was Mooch punking the light on 36th and State. His day nearly ended in the grill of an F-350. It was a moment of reckless bravdo that will be spoken of for generations to come.

BBP said...

That rad Mom was the one and only Cindy Trail, what a champ!