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Re: Running

Postby CourtesyFlush » 06 Sep 2016, 08:34

Iron Mike Sharpe wrote:Do the Las Vegas marathon so we can con it up.

I know a guy who runs the Vegas half every year. It's supposed to be a cool race--they start at 4:30pm local and finish at night.
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Re: Running

Postby SouthernYokel » 06 Sep 2016, 10:28

CourtesyFlush wrote:
Iron Mike Sharpe wrote:Do the Las Vegas marathon so we can con it up.

I know a guy who runs the Vegas half every year. It's supposed to be a cool race--they start at 4:30pm local and finish at night.


during his bachelor party, my best friend disappeared from the casino. found him the next morning at breakfast and his story was that he was going to puke so he left, took a cab back to our hotel but they had the road blocked off for the marathon. cab just stopped right there and made him get out and he tried to walk the rest of the way and got lost. it is a believable story, one that i have no reason to doubt.
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Re: Running

Postby TheWolf » 08 Oct 2016, 08:52

Ran a 5k this morning. 26:10. Far from Flush-ian, but I was pretty happy with that. Ok, good talk. I'll see you out there.
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Re: Running

Postby CourtesyFlush » 10 Oct 2016, 11:49

TheWolf wrote:Ran a 5k this morning. 26:10. Far from Flush-ian, but I was pretty happy with that. Ok, good talk. I'll see you out there.

Great job!
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Re: Running

Postby TheWolf » 11 Oct 2016, 08:35

CourtesyFlush wrote:
TheWolf wrote:Ran a 5k this morning. 26:10. Far from Flush-ian, but I was pretty happy with that. Ok, good talk. I'll see you out there.

Great job!


Thanks, friend!



This particular 5K was one of the lesser events going on at the same time as the Hartford Marathon. The actual marathon was won, in both the men's and women's division, by someone from Boston. OF COURSE. Presumably no one from Cleveland entered the race.
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Re: Running

Postby Goose » 16 Oct 2016, 18:18

The only running I care about is running a train, on a guy /ctz
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Re: Running

Postby Big Scary Monster » 14 Mar 2017, 14:29

I have been running for a little over a year now. Could not even do a mile when I started. Recently, did a 10k in Sedona last month and a local 10k a couple weeks back. Doing a St. Patricks 8k on Saturday which will probably help me not get fucked up on Friday night. I am not fast by any means, but I do actually run the entire time.

Monsterette did the Rock N Roll half marathon in January and soon afterward we (and a group of friends) decided to sign up for 2018. So, now I need to start working towards the extra distance. Meanwhile, Monsterette ran her half in 2:15 so she'll probably be done way before me.
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Re: Running

Postby the cheese » 14 Mar 2017, 14:32

Big Scary Monster wrote:I have been running for a little over a year now. Could not even do a mile when I started. Recently, did a 10k in Sedona last month and a local 10k a couple weeks back. Doing a St. Patricks 8k on Saturday which will probably help me not get fucked up on Friday night. I am not fast by any means, but I do actually run the entire time.

Monsterette did the Rock N Roll half marathon in January and soon afterward we (and a group of friends) decided to sign up for 2018. So, now I need to start working towards the extra distance. Meanwhile, Monsterette ran her half in 2:15 so she'll probably be done way before me.


Nicely done, BSM.

She still got a nice dumper //nova
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Re: Running

Postby Iron Mike Sharpe » 14 Mar 2017, 15:16

Good race, better song.

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Re: Running

Postby Big Scary Monster » 14 Mar 2017, 15:29

the cheese wrote:
Big Scary Monster wrote:I have been running for a little over a year now. Could not even do a mile when I started. Recently, did a 10k in Sedona last month and a local 10k a couple weeks back. Doing a St. Patricks 8k on Saturday which will probably help me not get fucked up on Friday night. I am not fast by any means, but I do actually run the entire time.

Monsterette did the Rock N Roll half marathon in January and soon afterward we (and a group of friends) decided to sign up for 2018. So, now I need to start working towards the extra distance. Meanwhile, Monsterette ran her half in 2:15 so she'll probably be done way before me.


Nicely done, BSM.

She still got a nice dumper //nova


She does indeed. I get a great view of it when I am trying to chase her down during these runs. She has long legs and is much faster than me.
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Re: Running

Postby BostonSucksMyBalls » 14 Mar 2017, 20:00

Big Scary Monster wrote:
the cheese wrote:
Big Scary Monster wrote:I have been running for a little over a year now. Could not even do a mile when I started. Recently, did a 10k in Sedona last month and a local 10k a couple weeks back. Doing a St. Patricks 8k on Saturday which will probably help me not get fucked up on Friday night. I am not fast by any means, but I do actually run the entire time.

Monsterette did the Rock N Roll half marathon in January and soon afterward we (and a group of friends) decided to sign up for 2018. So, now I need to start working towards the extra distance. Meanwhile, Monsterette ran her half in 2:15 so she'll probably be done way before me.


Nicely done, BSM.

She still got a nice dumper //nova


She does indeed. I get a great view of it when I am trying to chase her down during these runs. She has long legs and is much faster than me.


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Re: Running

Postby jman » 15 Mar 2017, 10:00

Big Scary Monster wrote:
the cheese wrote:
Big Scary Monster wrote:I have been running for a little over a year now. Could not even do a mile when I started. Recently, did a 10k in Sedona last month and a local 10k a couple weeks back. Doing a St. Patricks 8k on Saturday which will probably help me not get fucked up on Friday night. I am not fast by any means, but I do actually run the entire time.

Monsterette did the Rock N Roll half marathon in January and soon afterward we (and a group of friends) decided to sign up for 2018. So, now I need to start working towards the extra distance. Meanwhile, Monsterette ran her half in 2:15 so she'll probably be done way before me.


Nicely done, BSM.

She still got a nice dumper //nova


She does indeed. I get a great view of it when I am trying to chase her down during these runs. She has long legs and is much faster than me.


best way to run imo, find a terrific ass and tuck in behind that bad boy for a while.
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Re: Running

Postby CourtesyFlush » 15 Mar 2017, 10:03

jman wrote:
Big Scary Monster wrote:
the cheese wrote:
Big Scary Monster wrote:I have been running for a little over a year now. Could not even do a mile when I started. Recently, did a 10k in Sedona last month and a local 10k a couple weeks back. Doing a St. Patricks 8k on Saturday which will probably help me not get fucked up on Friday night. I am not fast by any means, but I do actually run the entire time.

Monsterette did the Rock N Roll half marathon in January and soon afterward we (and a group of friends) decided to sign up for 2018. So, now I need to start working towards the extra distance. Meanwhile, Monsterette ran her half in 2:15 so she'll probably be done way before me.


Nicely done, BSM.

She still got a nice dumper //nova


She does indeed. I get a great view of it when I am trying to chase her down during these runs. She has long legs and is much faster than me.


best way to run imo, find a terrific ass and tuck in behind that bad boy for a while.

DIS. One of the best things about running is yoga pants and booty shorts.
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Re: Running

Postby Big Scary Monster » 15 Mar 2017, 14:32

CourtesyFlush wrote:
jman wrote:
Big Scary Monster wrote:
the cheese wrote:
Big Scary Monster wrote:I have been running for a little over a year now. Could not even do a mile when I started. Recently, did a 10k in Sedona last month and a local 10k a couple weeks back. Doing a St. Patricks 8k on Saturday which will probably help me not get fucked up on Friday night. I am not fast by any means, but I do actually run the entire time.

Monsterette did the Rock N Roll half marathon in January and soon afterward we (and a group of friends) decided to sign up for 2018. So, now I need to start working towards the extra distance. Meanwhile, Monsterette ran her half in 2:15 so she'll probably be done way before me.


Nicely done, BSM.

She still got a nice dumper //nova


She does indeed. I get a great view of it when I am trying to chase her down during these runs. She has long legs and is much faster than me.


best way to run imo, find a terrific ass and tuck in behind that bad boy for a while.

DIS. One of the best things about running is yoga pants and booty shorts.


Indeed. The main reason she has been able to convince me to go to yoga on occasion.
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Re: Running

Postby OJ8871440 » 21 Mar 2017, 15:26

CourtesyFlush wrote:
Iron Mike Sharpe wrote:Do the Las Vegas marathon so we can con it up.

I know a guy who runs the Vegas half every year. It's supposed to be a cool race--they start at 4:30pm local and finish at night.


Registration just opened up, only doing the 10K this time around. I was in much better shape 5 years ago and she's never really done a big race so we agreed it's best to do the shorter distance. The 10K starts up by Stratosphere, goes to Fremont Street and then back on LV Blvd to the Mirage so unfortunately I'll miss out on the Snoop Dogg or Kid Rock pre-race concert back at the main starting line across from Mandalay/Luxor.

She wanted to do one of the Disney Wine and Dine races that same weekend but thankfully they were all sold out.
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