Me: “Uhh yeah I’d like a chicken meal, 3 piece, extra crispy with a biscuit and mashed potatoes and gravy”
Them: “Would you prefer LEGS or BREASTS”
Me: “I’m more into SHAVED PUSSY and ANAL”
The scene was unprecedented: seven runners walking off the track hand in hand, in quiet protest against their own governing body. The women had just run the 1,500-meter race at the U.S. indoor national championships on Feb. 23 in Albuquerque. The day before, the winner of the 3,000-meter race, Gabe Grunewald, had been disqualified by one of the most powerful men in track, Nike Oregon Project coach Alberto Salazar, for supposedly interfering with one of his athletes. How Salazar managed the feat is still unclear, but to fans and to other runners it was obvious what had happened: The people who really run the sport had prevailed upon the people who nominally do to change a result in their favor.
at Gentlemen’s Corner