To run with music or without? Join the debate
I'd like to ban bands. And Band Aid. And banners. And banks.
Especially banks. Robbing swines.....
you've lost it
By the way...its ears and balance that are related...not hearing as such. Its something to do with the fluid in the labrynth...as long as thats ok, balance is cool...get an infection (labrynthitis) and then your balance goes. You are perfectly capable of listening to something and balancing at the same time otherwise we'd all fall over everytime someone said something to us.
Take yer ear phones out CJBA!! lol!
.............. I'm not expert you know!
Didn't David Bowie have Labyrithitis?
(You're right Simon - probably have lost it)!
LB when David Bowie had Labyrinthitis he couldn't walk on the floor so he had to walk on the ceiling
Wan't it Lionel Richie who walked on the ceiling? Don't forget though, David Bowie was a lad insane, perhaps because he used to run listening to music too, particularly if he used those wonderful tape-recordermatrons that they used in those days. Imagine the damage you could do with one of those in each ear!
Whoops, seem to have dragged a perfectly serious topic down to the level of the "pun" thread!
Horses for courses - a bit of tolerance all round is no harm.
I have a thought...have two starts for each race....the no ipodders can go first, as of course, them being serious runners are bound to be faster than us heathen ear crutched brigade and then we can go next....say give them a 5 minute head start.....
But, FF, if what they say about those of us who listen to music is true, then we'll never know when to start as we won't be able to hear them say go!!!!! Or we'll be so busy falling over......................!!!
Perhaps they need one of those starting pistols that they have in cartoons that go "bang" - they could change it to read "go!!!" That's always assuming that those of us who listen to music can also read........................
Do I detect a hint of sarcasm directed at the no brigade? ..tinker......
That could work CJBA!! Then we could meander our way to the finish line without anyone having to try to take us over on our crooked paths....there would be deathly silence as none of us would be talking to each other....but of course that will be compensated for by the lively debate and conversation going on with the socialable runners ahead of us....and if we overtake any of them....well they can't possibly be serious runners if that happens can they.... And as for those of us that don't hear the marshall warning of a cliff edge and fall to our demise with a beat in our ears....well we've all got to go somehow
Sarcasm Simon??? not sure what you mean
FF - didn't hear a word he said!
At least we'd go with rythm in our souls!!! And a smile on our faces!
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