The Wanna Blista Social Club.

19,121 to 19,140 of 40,315 messages
17/12/2009 at 18:04

 Not going to get to the track tonight for those doing the session it is 25 mins threashold followed by 6x600m with 100m recovery.

Sunday Christmas Run 9.30 am from M6s house.

17/12/2009 at 19:12
GBM - can you email it off your phone or is it not that sophisticated.  you could try connecting it to your computer and downloading that way. can you send it to somebody via MMS.
17/12/2009 at 19:27
DTS-do you know the quick way from Cock Hill/Glossop to Harry Hut
17/12/2009 at 19:31
TB--Helicopter?

Mr Simmons--My phone is telling me that the file is too big to email and i don't have a lead to connect my phone to my computer. I will send it your phone and let you sort it out, if you can be arsed.
17/12/2009 at 19:41

Got it.  That has to be the most campist dancing I have ever seen, reminds me of a Communards video.

Soon as I can rotate it I will post.

17/12/2009 at 19:51
Communards! thats it! Mr S you have nailed it!
17/12/2009 at 20:10
17/12/2009 at 20:32

Just to even it up a bit

If you see related videos you get to see how hot dogs are made

17/12/2009 at 22:24

TB - this was the way I went the only time I've done it before:

http://www.runningahead.com/maps/7874980f7f694fbcbf1bb48303b93b91

although that was partly because my car was parked in Old Glossop

17/12/2009 at 23:22
DTS-down to Old Glossop, turn left onto Dr's Gate for 200 metres, you'll see a wooden bridge, over that, up the other side and you'll come out besides the Royal Oak pub. Cross the road (Snake Pass) onto Derbyshire Level, pass my house, up the hill, pass the XC and approx. 300 metres as the road goes downhill, turn left down a wide track, over a stile, cross the stream to a large stile on your right, over that and up the track to Harry Hut.. Off Shelf Moor Trig Point, you can come down Lightside, onto Dr's Gate and catch the bridge from the other direction which is part of the reverse of SM FR.
17/12/2009 at 23:24

or catch a helicopter.

ES-in the video, did you have the sh*ts

17/12/2009 at 23:25
or weren't you wearing your glasses.
18/12/2009 at 07:52

Went to cedathalon yesterday and failed to find the compression stuff, they suggested I order what I want. Not too helpful

Fun run last night, icy wind and ice on the roads, 2hrs to warm up, but did not sweat

18/12/2009 at 08:04
TST- try Decathlon next time...
18/12/2009 at 08:37
Minnie - Can't come on Sunday I'm afraid as am on relative visiting duties.
18/12/2009 at 09:10

GBM/Mr S -    Fantastic!

As the final touch it needs a backing track from Bronski Beat or the Scissor Sisters perhaps?

18/12/2009 at 09:17
JMC- how far are you going to visit your relatives? I am going to Bishop Auckland in County Durham and Okehampton in Devon. I want to see if there is any correlation between distance travelled to visit relatives and their average age.

for example my journey to bishop auckland is 129 miles and the age of the relative in question is 78. Therefore, I will be traveling 1.65 mile per year of age.

Okehampton is 269 miles and the mean age of the relatives I will be visiting is 64 and average of 4.2 per year of age.

If I divide these ages by the combined age of the visiting party you can see a pattern emerging;

a, 1.79347826087e-02

b, 4.565217391304e-02

it may not be immediately obvious what it is and I don't really know what -02 means, but that is what appeared on my calculator, I imagine you will be able to make sense of it all JMC?

is it possible to predict the age of the relatives being visited if we know the average age of the visiting party and the distance being travelled?

If anyone is going abroad to visit a relative, or they have a granny flat it may not work as it seems to b accurate for distance of 5k to 500 miles.


Yes I am very, very bored before being dragged in to attend school communion...!

but then I am OFF for two weeks Hurrah!
18/12/2009 at 09:19
Thanks for that!
18/12/2009 at 09:30
UB- I think a Frankie goes to Hollywood track would work perfect.
18/12/2009 at 09:37
Plod- lol!
19,121 to 19,140 of 40,315 messages
Previously bookmarked threads are now visible in "Followed Threads". You can also manage notifications on these threads from the "Forum Settings" section of your profile settings page to prevent being sent an email when a reply is made.
Forum Jump  

RW Forums