'Mature' runners.

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06/01/2005 at 22:24
I have no intention of contradicting your wife and kids, Mutley!
06/01/2005 at 22:24
ooh hi JJ
I did wonder about that frawg;)
06/01/2005 at 22:27
Hey, we all have to earn a living somehow folks! I am but an intinerant IT consultant, my possessions in a knotted red hanky over my shoulder...
06/01/2005 at 22:28
Mikefrog bYou must have met them, a firey bunch thats why i go out running a lot.
Plodding hippo i started at 800 meters at school and as i got older and fatter and slower i ended up into Marathons, its a lot easier to hide in a field full of Marathoners than on a 400 meter track full of whippets
06/01/2005 at 22:29

Muttley, Welcome to the madhouse.

Well I sincerely hope I continue to be IMMATURE until I snuff it!

BTW, I'm younger than you <blows raspberry> Ptttthhhhhh

It's not a bad ole place to reside in and we all have one thing in common.

No not running, we are all bonkers and insane.

06/01/2005 at 22:29
Do frogs have shoulders, and working them keys must be a bugger with webbed fingers
06/01/2005 at 22:31
I seem to have this forum thing wrong, you all seem to have pictures of animals when your all really people. I have a picture of a bald old fella, when im really a fit young stallion
06/01/2005 at 22:32

you hit the nail on the head
I LOVE marathons

and im fat and slow

But not that old
well, not much;)
06/01/2005 at 22:33
Im a young hippo
06/01/2005 at 22:33

looks around thread, under sofa and in fridge>

Who's 26 then JJ? I told you I am 28! :oP
06/01/2005 at 22:35
Good evening again.

Mike - How does one pronounce "Aberystwythyth"? Nevermind. It's probably pronounced like it's spelled.

Mutley - Welcome to the thread. One way to shut family up is outrun them.

JJ - The financial world has a "truth in lending" rule. I believe this thread may need one. The average mid-fifties person may not see the same results as you. First, you were a world or Olympic class cyclist. You have an athletic background. Some of we couch potatoes strain muscles pushing the telly remote. However, I have total respect for you. Your work ethic and discipline are admirable.

O&S - Good luck with your running! The longer distances interest me also. When I was a runner, I was too slow for the 5k. The 10k was my favourite distance as it gave me time to build up speed.

Red - Just keep striding. You will be surprised by how well you do.

Rest well.
06/01/2005 at 22:35

Er............ who says we're all humans. I have been known to complete a marathon as a bunny ya know!

<looks to Hips for verification>
06/01/2005 at 22:36
After reading your profile plodding hippo i cant see with the trainning you do how you could fail in your quest for the sub 5 hour Marathon. The gin seems to be your only down fall
06/01/2005 at 22:38
the wabbit is a weal wabbit
I SAW her


words fail me
06/01/2005 at 22:39
you COULD have mentined the 3 spare stone
Oreven the stupid work hours
but no
It HAD to be the GIN

I do hope you arent a Puritan;)
Just fort i should tell you the wabbit like wine

06/01/2005 at 22:39
Hips - You are so young, I should be offering you candy. The TiL law should apply to you also. You badmouthed your time the other day because you were ONLY running at a sub-ten minute mile pace. I hyperventilate just thinking of that pace.
06/01/2005 at 22:39


Me? Rude? Are you reading the right thread JJ !

<Wabbit sulks in the corner>
06/01/2005 at 22:41
Hips - I thought Gin was your 'GO' juice.
06/01/2005 at 22:41

No Jimbo. Gin is Hips' down fall. Or is it fall down :oD

06/01/2005 at 22:42
Sorry. My bad.
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