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2009-03-17 11:59 AM
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gamebofh - 2009-03-17 10:55 AM

Jerry left on the front porch on 3/15.

You're not due until 12/15.

FYI.

-Jot


OH right I forgot Jerry was marking my house, but I didn't realize he was THAT potent...AMAZING!

Jer and I already have a lovechild though - sportsjer, remember!


2009-03-17 3:26 PM
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Methinks someone doesn't remember the reason she told Jerry he had to park it on
the porch for a while.

Remember, Crazy Uncle Eddie isn't the only man in your life.

-Jot
2009-04-11 1:44 AM
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sportyj - 2009-03-17 9:22 AM

Fitzy - 2009-03-17 7:06 AM

moto_mort - 2009-03-16 4:48 PM

Oxofthedessert - 2009-03-16 3:56 PM Ryan, I say come with the cell phone.

LOL, easy for you to say. I haven't dared to tell my wife about my bright idea yet. LOL

Curious how she feels - - my wife's due at the end of May and I've been looking at the event calendar.


I'm due in APril too and am not sure if I should run this race or not...


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I'm in for in this race.

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2009-04-11 5:24 PM
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Just wanted to let everyone know that I'll be in the AZTECH Training Tent giving out free massages for those running in Pat's Run, so stop by, say hi and get some free work!!

Patrick Ward, MS, CSCS, LMT
Free training tips at Optimum Sports Performance Blog
2009-04-15 7:47 PM
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Patrick, can you sign up he cool kids in advance for the massage? It would save us a lot of time.



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2009-04-15 7:57 PM
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So I am still optomistic about doing this race, even though I am sick this week and my wife could go into labor any day now. I think I will go to register Friday at lunch if I am feeling better. I want to register my son for the .42 mile kids race too. On Monday my son was able to run for a mile straight with me, I would stop him every so often and make him drink water. He did the mile in 18 minutes. Not too bad for a 2 year old. LOL He loved it and wanted to keep running. That kid has too much energy.


2009-04-15 8:03 PM
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picked up my shirt and my kids shirts. Both the 2-yr old and the 7-yr old will be running the kids' race
2009-04-15 8:09 PM
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Fitzy - 2009-04-15 6:03 PM picked up my shirt and my kids shirts. Both the 2-yr old and the 7-yr old will be running the kids' race


Did they have shirts small enough for a 2 year old? 2T or 3T?
2009-04-15 8:58 PM
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smallest they had was an XS...it'll be a little big, but my 2yr old is petite. Should be fine after a wash
2009-04-16 11:50 AM
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I am thinking about signing up last minute to do this race.

Anyone way out East doing it - carpool? I will be slow as molasses as I'll be running injured - anyone wanna run slow as molasses with me? But more to support rather than race.
2009-04-16 11:56 AM
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Not me, Jen. I'm trying to win the race.

Related question: has anyone tried to pick up packet the morning of the race? Is this doable or a total nightmare-zoo?


2009-04-16 12:00 PM
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Slidell4life - 2009-04-16 10:56 AM

Not me, Jen. I'm trying to win the race.

Related question: has anyone tried to pick up packet the morning of the race? Is this doable or a total nightmare-zoo?


You'll definitely win! I KNOW IT, I can FEEL it.
2009-04-16 12:02 PM
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Good Luck to everyone racing! Have fun!

2009-04-16 1:18 PM
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sportyj - 2009-04-16 9:50 AM I am thinking about signing up last minute to do this race. Anyone way out East doing it - carpool? I will be slow as molasses as I'll be running injured - anyone wanna run slow as molasses with me? But more to support rather than race.


Why drive? Take the Light Rail down.
2009-04-16 1:48 PM
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Fitzy - 2009-04-16 12:18 PM

sportyj - 2009-04-16 9:50 AM I am thinking about signing up last minute to do this race. Anyone way out East doing it - carpool? I will be slow as molasses as I'll be running injured - anyone wanna run slow as molasses with me? But more to support rather than race.


Why drive? Take the Light Rail down.


Thats a nice sounding idea, but when you live somewhere even BUSSES dont go the Light Rail isn't an option either. By the time I DRIVE to Dobson to get on the lightrail I have already been in my car about half an hour, and at that point am about 10 minutes from Tempe. Carpooling is still the most socially conscious thing to do.
2009-04-16 6:12 PM
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I feel like racing! Will try to make it. Am well-tapered after this lousy week of training...


Edited by SauseEnte 2009-04-16 6:37 PM


2009-04-17 11:58 AM
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azstaterick - 2009-04-15 6:47 PM

Patrick, can you sign up he cool kids in advance for the massage? It would save us a lot of time.



I suppose so?  hahaha...just show up and I'll make sure I work on ya.  I don't know how long of a line i will have.  As of right now, I'll be in the AZTECH training tent, which will be set up at the Northeast corner of Rio Salado & Packard Drive.  This is about 200m north of the Start line & northwest of the baseball stadium.  So please stop by for some free work!

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2009-04-17 3:58 PM
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Well, I did it. Even though I am still sick I still went and signed up for the race tomorrow. Signed up my son for the kids race too. So that is going to be cool.
I just need to convince myself to take it easy tomorrow. Not an easy thing to doTongue out
2009-04-17 7:10 PM
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Awesome Ryan. I am feeling a little under the weather myself. I am going run with the kid in the stroller. Took him for a short run today and he had no problems so this should be fun. Let me know if you want to meet for a pre-race prayer. Another guy Jason who is also a fellow FCA Enurance team member will be running with his kid in a stroller too.

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2009-04-17 8:47 PM
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I went and registered today! Now I HAVE to get out of bed for it. I knew it wasn't going to happen if I waited until race day... Cool
2009-04-18 1:17 PM
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How did it go? Hope you guys had an awesome race!



2009-04-18 3:34 PM
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I beat my personal goal of 27 min. chip time was 26:45
2009-04-18 4:25 PM
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2009-04-18 4:27 PM
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It was a really fun and worthwhile event. My wife and I ran it. We both hit our goals and am really enjoying the beautiful weather. I love it around here.
2009-04-18 5:16 PM
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Fun race.  Crowded, but well run.

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