A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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“Alarm clocks, because every morning should begin with a heart attack” (4/20)
“If you can read this, I’m not last!” (runner’s T-shirt) (4/20)
“I thought it was 1.31 miles” (half marathon joke) (4/20)
“I thought they said 1.31 miles” (half marathon joke) (4/20)
“I had donkey meat for the first time. It tasted like ass” (4/19)
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Entry from April 20, 2019
“If you can read this, I’m not last!” (runner’s T-shirt)

"If you can read this, I’m not (in) last!” is a jocular saying on the back and/or front of runners’ T-shirts.


Twitter
Brett Fischer
@brettfischerDPT
Favorite shirts from the @brkgsmarathon (I’m only half crazy not full crazy.):
“If you can read this, I’m not in last!”
“I thought this was 1.31 miles...”
1:35 PM - 12 May 2018

Twitter
Hurricane Watcher
@GodlessNZ
(17) “Just finished the #Army10miler! Army Strong! Hooah! (We spent much of the race behind a guy wearing a shirt that said “if you can read this, I’m not last.”😂)” @IvankaTrump
Thank God no one tried to harm them during the race! A precious moment of “normalcy” for them.🙏
5:53 PM - 7 Oct 2018

Google Books
Title If You Can Read This I’m Not Last: Mileage Log Book
Volume 437 of Mileage Log Book
Author Jeryx Publishing
Publisher Independently Published, 2019
ISBN 1798625849, 9781798625842
Length 104 pages
Subjects Literary Collections › Diaries & Journals

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityExercise/Running/Health Clubs • Saturday, April 20, 2019 • Permalink


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