Monthly Archives: March 2011

Pappy always said: “Never get political on a running blog”

A U.S. F-15E Strike Eagle crashes in Libya. It costs $31 million (not including factory air, surround sound and the little Jack in the Box guy on the antenna.) On the other hand, it’s worth it because we … … … Continue reading

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oh

beats me. — today’s walk (see it here) 3 miles — 43:35 (14:36-107) 1:30 p.m. 73  track 13:57, 14:55, 14:53 piranha-meter — day off

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Things my shoes taught me

What does a pair of Piranhas look like after 1,000 miles? We’ll never know. The boys logged mile 997 today and decided to call it quits. Here’s what they look like. So what did I learn from the Great Piranha … Continue reading

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fading away

But lately this old dog Has been chasing his tail Round and round and round And the circles in my mind They have been winding slowly down Everybody’s breezing up But I’m seizing up I’m freezing up And I’m fading … Continue reading

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I am strongly against arson. Sort of.

As I run the one-mile neighborhood loop today, dodging banana peels, it’s just another dreary early afternoon plod. Then I hear the siren. One of those fire department pickups (what IS the point of them, anyhow) comes racing down the … Continue reading

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Family portrait, Part 2

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I think that banana peel has squirrel paw prints on it …

Longtime readers will recall that I am in a contest with a pack of shady characters to see who can run the most consecutive days. It was fairly uneventful up till today, when I found this on my one-mile course. … Continue reading

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