I found Laz's piece to be captivating. It's like a mystery thriller movie.[/quote]
Same here. But I know that the typical basement dwelling millennial hasn't the attention span to read more than 140 characters. Some classic Laz in that piece:
"RY is not a â€œblue lineâ€ runner, and wasted untold distance with the endless lateral movement."
"However, being right there on the front line, actually seeing everything that was going on, and then reading the sometimes wildly inaccurate speculations on LR kept us in stitches through some long and boring hours."
"The sponsor rep was a little concerned. Robert was supposed to wear the clothing they had supplied. I told him that it made sense to wear their clothing every time the cameras were aroundâ€¦and, certainly he should be wearing it when he entered Times Square. But, when the only witness was the merciless sun, he needed something that would not cook him in his own skin. Times Square seemed a long way away and the numbers that we were seeing every day made it seem highly unlikely that victorious entry would ever occur."
"Traffic was reduced to a single lane, and fresh hot asphalt promised a special treat for poor RY. He would have no choice but to go without his crew vehicle for several miles, and with the additional heat and the aroma of fresh asphalt. We drove through to the other side and parked in front of a fast food place to await his emergence."
"The Team Geezer observations dovetailed with that explanation perfectly. If the LR video was the smoking gun, the day/night graph was the DNA."
Thanks Laz for the article and efforts on the road.