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post #15166 of 46001
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I understand what you mean, I'm thrilled I have kids but I'm very happy KI only has hem when I was older
post #15167 of 46001
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

I meant more in that I would be almost entirely overwhelmed and I would be in a terrible position to raise children. This is not so much against procreating, just for me in particular. also i hate anyone else's kids so maybe it is. IRDK.

this makes more sense.
post #15168 of 46001
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

I understand what you mean, I'm thrilled I have kids but I'm very happy KI only has hem when I was older

I would be like a 47-level Edina dad at this point in time. And really, y'all dudes should be frightened at the thought of a little Edina running around. :shudder:
post #15169 of 46001
Just bought a pair of Adam A3X! So excited to get some great studio monitors... Have to wait a month until I go to the states to pick it up. They're twice the price here in Chile. No way I'm paying 1200 bucks for these speakers.
post #15170 of 46001
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

so i was getting breakfast yesterday and i saw a couple looked about my age and they had two kids and you could tell they were happy etc but just totally overwhelmed. and that's when i realized thank God I do not have a kid. That too should be what everyone is thankful for.
there was something else but I forget it.

I too am very thankful you do not have a kid.
post #15171 of 46001
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I would be like a 47-level Edina dad at this point in time. And really, y'all dudes should be frightened at the thought of a little Edina running around. :shudder:

I don't mind... so long as they stay the hell away from my kids.
post #15172 of 46001
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Scored a business trip to Malaysia! Anything to do in Penang?

They make good pewter products there. Might be able to see some of their craftsmen.
post #15173 of 46001
So this happened.

263

And then this happened.

263

And along the way, to continue along the Neo theme (i.e., this also happened):

16 cups of water
12 cups of gatorate
4 energy gels
1 beer

Afterwards, this happened, too:

1 bottle gatorade
1 banana
eggs, sausages, biscuit + gravy, coffee
ice cream sandwich
1 recovery shake (Honey Milk, blech)
more coffee
hot dogs with chili
bear claw
green tea
gatorade
pretzels
dried mangos
2 more recovery shakes (Met-Rx+Ultra Fuel)
steak, potatoes, satueed squash
1 more recovery shake
Pecan Sandies.

And today, I'm almost walking normally again.

...

Oh, and remember that 1G nano that had the battery issues? Anyway, it came back on Saturday as a 5G nano. Now that I use my phone as my ipod, it's kind of surplus, but nice to have.
post #15174 of 46001
Congrats, t-bone!
post #15175 of 46001
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

I don't mind... so long as they stay the hell away from my kids.
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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post

So this happened.
263
And then this happened.
263
And along the way, to continue along the Neo theme (i.e., this also happened):
16 cups of water
12 cups of gatorate
4 energy gels
1 beer
Afterwards, this happened, too:
1 bottle gatorade
1 banana
eggs, sausages, biscuit + gravy, coffee
ice cream sandwich
1 recovery shake (Honey Milk, blech)
more coffee
hot dogs with chili
bear claw
green tea
gatorade
pretzels
dried mangos
2 more recovery shakes (Met-Rx+Ultra Fuel)
steak, potatoes, satueed squash
1 more recovery shake
Pecan Sandies.
And today, I'm almost walking normally again.
...
Oh, and remember that 1G nano that had the battery issues? Anyway, it came back on Saturday as a 5G nano. Now that I use my phone as my ipod, it's kind of surplus, but nice to have.

YOU WERE RUNNING IN THE OLYMPIC MARATHON TRIALS? worship.gif
post #15176 of 46001
Great work, T-bone. That's farther than I want to drive some days.
post #15177 of 46001
Thanks guise.

Ed, you are so funny sometimes. I don't even qualify to hand out water at the Olympic Trials. LAWL. Those guys are fast.
post #15178 of 46001
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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post

Thanks guise.
Ed, you are so funny sometimes. I don't even qualify to hand out water at the Olympic Trials. LAWL. Those guys are fast.

don't sell yourself short... it was the same race, technically, am I correct?
post #15179 of 46001
well done t sizzle.

i almost didnt have internet today, but i do. close call.
post #15180 of 46001
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

don't sell yourself short... it was the same race, technically, am I correct?

Well, it was and it wasn't. They both covered 26.2 miles, but the courses were different. iirc, the Trials course was an 8-mile loop that they ran three times around, and it was supposedly flat (which I doubt) but with few turns, which mimics the London course. The city race is a weird loop that goes through a series of neighborhoods and landmarks, with a greater degree of elevation change throughout.
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