Tuesday, February 15, 2011

A #ZWR #Phillies #SpringTraining1994 #Bolg #Post




As each and every last one of you know, I've been having some fun with the #SpringTraining1994 twinker hashbrown tag. And while it was only fair to consider the possibility that such a discourse could walk us down a path lit by remembrance* of youth (or at least younger times) and narrated by the whispers of past thoughts (there's neither time nor use now for the judging), I certainly wasn't expecting the glory of genuine, vintage high school journalism to come across my desk. 

But it did, and I will share it. Many thanks to Casey

Article courtesy of the 1994 Spring Ford High School Rampage. GO RAMS



*You knew that would lead to Proust. 

To wit: But it was in vain that I lingered before the hawthorns, to breathe in, to marshal before my mind (which knew not what to make of it), to lose in order to rediscover their invisible and unchanging odour, to absorb myself in the rhythm which disposed their flowers here and there with the light-heartedness of youth, and at intervals as unexpected as certain intervals of music; they offered me an indefinite continuation of the same charm, in an inexhaustible profusion, but without letting me delve into it any more deeply, like those melodies which one can play over a hundred times in succession without coming any nearer to their secret. I turned away from them for a moment so as to be able to return to them with renewed strength.

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