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It’s another Roger De Bris production


Thanks, Paul Turner. I didn't know Bloomsday was named after Leo Bloom from "The Producers." You learn something every day.

In the spirit of "The Producers," tomorrow I'm going to try to make this on-line column the worst that's ever been written (as if that will be much of a stretch).

This writer is going to watch every bit of Bloomsday coverage he can, from KREM to KHQ to KXLY (anyone else?). And we are going to have as much fun with it as possible.

What better way is there to cover the world's largest timed road race than from an easy chair in your living room? Seems appropriate to me. Then again, I am as good at this as Max Bialystock is at producing musicals.

So come join us. Your comments throughout the race are appreciated and encouraged. Take your personal electronic device of choice with you while you're on the course and chime in. Do it from home. Whatever. See you tomorrow.

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