May 17, 2019
The Crew is at it again, this time surprising our own Stacey Clark with an in-depth interview into why she’s so awesome, and why on Earth an elite ultrarunner like her slums it with us slow old dudes. The other elite female in our crew, Becky, was AWOL so Jimmy was lifted up from the Ottoman of Shame onto the Elite Loveseat, mostly just to clumsily bump the microphone like eight times. Stacey shares with us what drives and motivates her as well as her future plans. We also talk about all the hi-jinks at the past weekend’s Blue 2 Blue Challenge, including how both Hundo Joe and Brian saved a few lives, human AND canine. Hundo Joe gears up to run for 72 hours around a one-mile loop down in New Jersey, possibly earning another HUNDO in his name. Art went running in a quarry in Vermont as he gears up to tackle the CT section of the Appalachian Trail this coming weekend and prays to not die at the #CUT112. The Battle of Mattabesett comes to a somewhat satisfying conclusion as Art and Brian coordinated adorable matching vests emblazoned with the CFPA logo and finally the CULTRA Karaoke line triumphantly returns to the pod, you won’t want to miss this one!
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