après (a′prā′; Fr ȧ pre′)
after: often used in hyphenated compounds: an après-ski party
I had a vision of what Friday nights at 209 Columbus was going to be. It is turning into that vision. Athletes are competing as other athletes and friends cheer them on. The vibe is loud and the beats are dirty ( Dirty Beats Jade! ) and at 7pm, on Friday at 209 Columbus Ave we take on 13.2 As I write this I have no idea what the Open WOD will be but show up at 7pm to compete or cheer or both. Together we can motivate the athletes and share in their pain and triumph as they battle the WOD. I can see Russell Crowe screaming “Are you not entertained?!” Afterwards most of you know the drill but if you don’t we hang out until 9pm and then at 9 03 and 30seconds we take off for a lounge called Brahmin which is right next door and one the most popular places in the city. Everyone is invited but if you have questions email me at email@example.com
For those who didn’t do as well as they wanted week 1 in the Opens and anyone new struggling with Crossfit here’s a little something….
The Vice President of Columbia told this actor that he was never going to make it in the business. The actor? – Harrison Ford
His first book was rejected by 12 publishing houses and sixteen agents. – John Grisham
Turned down by a recording company saying “We don’t like their sound and guitar music is on the way out” They were talking about the Beatles
Did poorly in school and failed at running the family farm – Isaac Newton
Was not allowed to wait on customers in the store he worked in because “he didn’t have enough sense” – F. W. Woolworth
Was cut from the high school basketball team, went home, locked himself in his room and cried – Michael Jordan
Producer told her she was “unattractive” and could not act – Marilyn Monroe
This book was rejected 18 times before it was published. It then sold over one million copies the first year. The book was Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach
Auditioned for All My Children and got rejected – Julia Roberts
Received 30 rejections and the author threw it in the trash. Luckily his wife fished it out again and encouraged him to resubmit it. The book was Carrie – the author Stephen King
-Bern K. Prince
“Be the Difference.” L.L.