Showing posts from March, 2013

UltraRunner Low-Archy of Needs

The UltraRunner's Low-Archy of Needs was first proposed in 1994 during the D&L Colloquiums which have been studying what motivates brain-dead trail runners. Further research and study [Bingo:1997] suggested that esoteric stimuli-respond cues played a large part in cortical devolution. Further insights on the nature of sonic dissonance/interpretations of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Girl From Ipanema [Fopak:1999] were seminal in the pursuit of relativity, and shit.

Mapping this conceptual terrain had defied space, time and logic. It "must've gotten lost, somewhere down the line", but was recovered, not just waiting for the end of the world.

Exhumed Poetry: I Am Home

A long time back, in the Golden Age Of the UltraList Salt Wars, a poet declaimed epic poetry as none other could, would, or did. Periodically here at Mr Trail Safety Speaks!, we'll present some of these immortal verses for your learned perusal.

I Am Home: The Poem

Long ago and far away,
I chanced a home to seek,
But knew that it would not be found,
On Gottapeepee Creek.

I packed it up and headed West
And Drove into the westward sun,
For I was on a Vision Quest
This was My Destiny to Run.

I have been here for about 3 weeks,
In my dreams for what I’ve yearned,
The home I have always seeked,
But now the trees are burned.

The sylvan rapture is so weighty,
The smells, jack rabbits, and the deer
But I can rent movies over on I-80
And they’ve got my favorite beer.

I’ve looked down on the old South Fork,
With fishermen that wait,
Who only think of spuds and pork
And cutting some more bait.

Yes! Here in the tall green pines.
How can I fully convince?
Only by declaiming these sincere lines