IN A TINY, FORGOTTEN TOWN, A MAN NAMED JEFF STOPPED ME. We'd been eyeing each other in the Cowboy Smokehouse between bites of excellent food. I got up to leave and he shouted across the empty establishment...
... there was something about him and I wasn't sure I liked it.
Yep, every day is race day.
Ha... you race?
I saw Nationals was in Vegas over the weekend, were you there?
How'd you do?
I made all my mains and in the final this sunuvagun did a nose wheelie and blocked my line in the final turn.
You know it.
Been at it long?
All my life.
No wonder you made the finals.
Yep. I know I'm good for 30 seconds. Not much more. But, ya know, most guys my age are in terrible shape. And, I'm still darn good for 30 seconds.
I didn't just like this cat, I loved him. A badass, near 60. Wiry. Pure muscle. But, the best part is...
... he knew what he was good for.
For some reason, I reflected on that encounter while visiting a childhood home of Robert Leroy Parker today. Maybe it was this line written on November 8, 1901...
... he has more lives than a dozen cats...
... because if you're planning a life full of adventure you better be in great shape.
You know else you might need, a good outlaw name, not that we are outlaws, but it is nice to have an alter ego and I thought this line was perfect...
... better known as, Butch Cassidy.
So, what's your outlaw name...
... and what are you good for?
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