2 Men • 5 States • 20 Days • 35 miles per day • 1 Cause • #Run For Justice
On November 3rd Londrelle Hall and Ray Mills embarked on a journey that took them through rain, sleet, hail and snow to pay tribute to Michael Brown. The pair ran more than 540 miles from Atlanta to Ferguson, Missouri, to make a difference. Hall and Mills, said they decided to run in order raise awareness for the racial injustice and police brutality exposed by the case.
Salute to these men for such a shameless act and congratulations on a job well done @raymills_ @londrelle
#RunForJustice #Ferguson #TheRoadLessTraveled
If your train of thought is going nowhere, switch tracks. Thanks @jakemires for including us on your adventure! #polerportland #polerstuff #theroadlesstravelled #tracksandtrails #gooutside by polerportland
Piper: You know, that doesn’t mean what everybody thinks it means. No, no, no. I’m just saying that everyone thinks the poem means to break away from the crowd and, like, do your own thing. But if you read it, Frost is very clear that the two roads are exactly the same. He just chooses one at random. And then it’s only later at a dinner party, when he’s talking about it that he tells everybody he chose the road less traveled by, but he’s lying. So the point of the poem is, that everyone wants to look back and think that their choices mattered, but in reality shit just happens the way that it happens and it does not mean anything.