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post #42556 of 61925
I slipped stepping onto some black ice this morning. Didn't fall on my ass but did do a sliding un-poised lunge. I also let out an embarrassing yelp when I started going into the lunge.
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

I slipped stepping onto some black ice this morning. Didn't fall on my ass but did do a sliding un-poised lunge. I also let out an embarrassing yelp when I started going into the lunge.

Hope you don't get compartment syndrome.
post #42558 of 61925
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

As many of you know my grandmother passed away last August. My grandfather has been taking it as well as anyone could expect; he's a stoic guy and has been spending a lot of time with family friends. I guess he drove my younger sister somewhere this morning and opened up to her about how lonely he is, and how if my grandma were still alive they'd be snowshoeing and cross-country-skiing and going to art shows. Knowing he feels that way (I mean, I've known, but the confirmation is now there) really makes me sad.
Sad indeed. Hopefully, your family members invite him to join them in their activities.
post #42559 of 61925
I had bad shin splints when I first moved to New York. I think it was getting used to all of the walking. After like a year it went away.

As for me, I got back from Carnegie Hall very late last night and decided to drink some Cab Franc anyway. Feeling a bit rough today. Got a lot done though this morning.
post #42560 of 61925
Oh, Pio, maybe it's gout. Baller disease.
post #42561 of 61925
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I forgot to order ski pants online before my trip this weekend, so now I have to go to one of those outdoor stores and communicate with people that wear lanyards around their necks.

Hope you can find some this late in the season. I made that mistake a couple of years ago and had to call four or five places to find some, and ended up having to settle for some shitty ones that don't quite fit me.
post #42562 of 61925
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Oh, Pio, maybe it's gout. Baller disease.

Nah. My uric acid is just fine and my great toes are pleasingly pain free.

This started to flair up when I bought shoes designed to help with my under pronation. My right leg has had it rough, a gory femur fracture as a kid and my right foot was initially bent inwards at the midway point due to my mother being a midget. That was corrected with shoes as a tyke but still my right leg has had its problems. So I am wondering if these shoes, that fixed my right foot/leg problems, created one for my other leg. I'm going to wear my old shoes on my left food and my new ones on my right when I treadmill this weekend.

Speaking of which not getting my miles in for the last few days is bugging me.
post #42563 of 61925
Alden trubalance, or modified last, brah.
post #42564 of 61925
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Alden trubalance, or modified last, brah.

Talking running shoes here.
post #42565 of 61925
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Hope you can find some this late in the season. I made that mistake a couple of years ago and had to call four or five places to find some, and ended up having to settle for some shitty ones that don't quite fit me.

I'm going to that big REI place in Soho. If they don't have ski pants I'll be pretty pissed. My first worry was that there will be too many options, and I'll have some overzealous douche trying to convince me I need a $200 pair.
post #42566 of 61925
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Talking running shoes here.

 

You don't run in GY welted shoes? Small timer...

post #42567 of 61925
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

I'm going to that big REI place in Soho. If they don't have ski pants I'll be pretty pissed. My first worry was that there will be too many options, and I'll have some overzealous douche trying to convince me I need a $200 pair.

Seriously, call ahead. This was before the REI opened, but I went to EMS, the North Face store, the Patagonia store, and ended up buying some shitty pants from Paragon. This was also in February when this happened. You might also have trouble because we just got all that snow, so people may have come in and snatched up whatever was left.

EMS seriously laughed at me when I asked if the two XXL pairs they had was all that was left.
post #42568 of 61925
what a crappy morning. i kno i say this all the time, but i really need to make a effort to get to bed earlier.
post #42569 of 61925
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Is her family paying for it?

noap. We got 10k cash from my mother for it, her parents bought her dress and shoes, and we're paying the balance - about 20-25k (which includes rings, honeymoon, tips etc.)
post #42570 of 61925
Girl at work. She's an utterly ridiculous human being. Everything is an extreme. She is such a pessimist and I am sick of hearing her bullshit. Also, she has stupid opinions with absurd reasoning for them. It literally makes me crazy. She wants to leave the company and I can't wait until the day she does.
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