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I guess as you get more bodacious, you begin to lose more brain cells, because there is a limit to how much magnificence your body can house
Out of curiosity, what kind of medicine to you plan to practice?
And: you must be in medical school at Harvard.
Needs more cowbell!
My only really bad experience with an off-dog leash - in an area with very strict leash laws - came when I was 16 years old.
And I hit the poor thing with my car. A little poodle. It was traumatic. The dog lived, but it was horrible. I'm holding the thing in my arms in a rainstorm, blood dribbling out of its mouth, its whole body shaking.
• 6 duathlons (1 Olympic distance)
• 130#s (and stay there, gotdammit!)
Let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us. (Heb. 12:1b) Mile by Mile
So about dogs that chase you..........should you take them back to their home or let them run with you?
A Dance with Monkeys
Am I correct in assuming then, that all practicing physicians have boundless compassion for humanity except toward those who went to medical school at Harvard?
as JK so kindly pointed out, my statement was qualified.
I'm running somewhere tomorrow. It's going to be beautiful. I can't wait.
The Logic of Long Distance
Oh - and I'm calling horse-puckey on your story up there, by the way. If two bullmastiffs attacked you with intent to harm, you wouldn't be here.
They were toying with you before eating you. HTFU. Or run faster.
Again, the minute I heard their steps near me, I would freak out, and then they would see me as prey.