Groundhog Day

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14/01/2005 at 16:41
Just ran the Disney Marathon last week-end ( it was brilliant ) and at 22 miles I told myself never again.....and yet here I am having just entered another marathon in 3 months time.
This running bug is addictive : isn't it fab to be able to do this sport and love it !
14/01/2005 at 16:51
Just ran the Disney Marathon last week-end ( it was brilliant ) and at 22 miles I told myself never again.....and yet here I am having just entered another marathon in 3 months time.
This running bug is addictive : isn't it fab to be able to do this sport and love it !
14/01/2005 at 16:54
Is there an echo in this forum ?
14/01/2005 at 16:58
lol!

It's a refresh bug, runningnut. Waap's humour's usually more sophisticated than thta!
Dustboy    pirate
14/01/2005 at 17:00
Just ran the Disney Marathon last week-end ( it was brilliant ) and at 22 miles I told myself never again.....and yet here I am having just entered another marathon in 3 months time.
This running bug is addictive : isn't it fab to be able to do this sport and love it !

Sorry, couldn't resist
14/01/2005 at 17:02
Is there an echo in this forum ?
14/01/2005 at 17:03
lol!

It's a refresh bug, runningnut. Waap's humour's usually more sophisticated than thta!
14/01/2005 at 17:05
isn't it the 'groundhog day' thing

:D
14/01/2005 at 17:08
To Whom It May Concern

I recently purchased a pair of Saucony Vision Shoes from the M & M website.

I am a serious runner who typically does 40 to 50 miles and week training and I take part in regular marathon and half marathon races, for a long time now I have worn Asics Kayano shoes without a problem. I decided to try the visions having heard good things about them and having read the technical data on the shoes. The first time I wore the shoes was for a short 10k run, during the run they destroyed my feet and left them badly blistered and very painful, I put this down to breaking the shoes in and decided to give them another try. I wore them again a week or so later once the original blisters had heeled, this time I wore them in a half marathon race in Carlisle. As a result I have been left in agony with terrible blisters and deep tissue bruising which will stop me running for at least 2 weeks according to my Doctor. I am appalled by these shoes and I suggest you think carefully before buying them. the second run whilst wearing these I am a very experienced runner who takes care of his feet and always wears good quality socks etc, I haven't had any problems with my feet in the past.

I wrote to Saucony to complain and they sent a very weak reply saying the shoes were selling well!

You have been warned!!!
14/01/2005 at 17:10
[pads outside and puts gun to head]
14/01/2005 at 17:11
They say we're young and we don't know
We won't find out until we grow
Well I don't know if all that's true
'Cause you got me, and baby I got you


(thought the thread needed a sound track)
14/01/2005 at 17:27
isnt it the "groundhog day" thing

:D
14/01/2005 at 19:34
Is there an echo in this forum ?
14/01/2005 at 19:40
lol!

It's a refresh bug, runningnut. Waap's humour's usually more sophisticated than that.
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14/01/2005 at 23:57

now THAT is funny

:D
15/01/2005 at 00:00
now that IS funny

:D
15/01/2005 at 00:01

[snigger]
15/01/2005 at 02:42
I don't get it ??? Somebody please explain !
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