Stephen A. Frye
s.frye at VERIZON.NET
Mon Jan 10 14:13:02 MST 2005
There are always pi$$ers and moaners - no matter what the event or the
activity. We're not even from Phoenix, and during the race and after I
finished (it went on 4 hours beyond that) we had no problem getting
around. My son's fiance who is vaguely familiar with Phoenix was able to
navigate the family to several viewing areas along the course without any
problems due to road closures. Did the news happen to mention that last
year, with about half the participants as this year, the race (not counting
the direct payments from the race itself for reservations, police services,
etc) pumped over $42,000,000 into the Phoenix. Mesa, Temp, and Scottsdale
economies in two days?
At 12:11 PM 1/10/2005, you wrote:
>My mistake. I confused your event with several similar to it involving
>bicycles. BTW there was a bit on the local news last night about all the
>people who couldn't get home or from home to where they needed to go
>because the roads were closed for the event. This isn't the runners
>fault, but the government entities involved.
>In 08 vote for a crook you can trust.
>Del Boy for President.
>On Mon, 10 Jan 2005, Stephen A. Frye wrote:
> > At 08:47 PM 1/7/2005, you wrote:
> > >I'll bring my dog. Mamie loves to bark at adults on bicycles. When I
> > >have her in the car and she sees someone on a bicycle she barks and
> > >scratches at the window like she's going to claw her way through the glass
> > >and get them. She would have a blast as a spectator at the marathon.
> > Except for there are no bicycles.
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