Ghostface Killah sweats it out
If it's physically possible to be simultaneously amped and fatigued, Ghostface Killah proved that the former can eventually overcome the latter. Not that you could blame him for spending almost every moment he wasn't holding the mic dabbing at his head with a towel: even though the high today—a staggering 96, matching the year Ironman dropped—had dropped nearly twenty degrees after sundown and made the hourlong wait between door time and entry tolerable, the inside of the Varsity hadn't cooled down nearly as fast.
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