The last time everyone was kicked out, there was a conversation about it and we all knew what was going on before it happened.
Oh well, not a big deal.
The Logic of Long Distance
I've never kicked anyone out, yet I still feel guilty and blame myself that people were kicked out. WTF is up with that, at least my real life personality carries over to my internet one, I guess.
"Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend."
People were kicked out? Huh. (And no it wasn't me)
That must have been a pretty big kicking out given there only seem to be 73 members right now.I still feel guilty. What if I logged on in my sleep and started booting people?!
Can I come back in? Good, cause I'm here.
OCD If you don't laugh ...
Interval Junkie --Nobby
2013 Goals: 18:49 5K • 1:25 HM • sub-3 Marathon • run lots of races
Current Status 5/13: challenging my Achilles issue -- building some base
You guys really know how to make a girl feel welcome.
Good times never seemed so good.
"run" "to" "eat"
i find the sunshine beckons me to open up the gate and dream and dream ~~robbie williams
Would kicking you make you feel better?
Son-of-a-bitch that's a rough way to wake up. And after I just started considering trying that training shit again.
Connecticut Runners Group on RA (newly revitalized!) // RA Running For Weight Loss
MM# 4597 / HF #941
Kicked out twice yesterday so now I'm leaving n my own accord (civic si actually) so fuck off
The pain that hurts the worse is the imagined pain. One of the most difficult arts of racing is learning to ignore the imagined pain and just live with the present pain (which is always bearable.) - Jeff
5k = sub 21:00
HM = sub 100 minutes
Run = 3650 / 2 miles
Bike = 3500 miles
Swim = 150 miles
Race 1st HIM
Not in Chicago
Toast was extra charred this morning it would appear.
You suck. You should just quit. Jackass. Welcome back.
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