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2011-04-25 8:55 PM
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Full name
Home phone #
Wife' Cell phone # (labelled like that)
Parent's phone # (labelled like that)
NKDA (no known drug allergies), no medical history


2011-04-25 9:00 PM
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Easy, Smooth, Strong
2011-04-25 11:34 PM
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Name

Home town

Home number and wife cell number

NKA

"Beer is proof that God loves us"

2011-04-26 2:32 AM
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Name and all the contact info for my wife.
I do have the interactive one, for what it is worth.
I chose the red ankle version.
2011-04-26 3:45 AM
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jillian_o - 2011-04-23 3:11 PMAfter contact info, mine says: Never Forget 286
Amen to that. Contact info, no allergies, "Never Forget"
2011-04-26 7:39 AM
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I have "NEVER QUIT"


2011-04-26 9:40 AM
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Wow, some are really funny. I've been meaning to order one for like 2 years. Maybe I'll do it tonight.

I really liked 'Is my bike OK?' and 'It's only a flesh wound!". It good to have a sense of humor.

My quote might be something like 'Revive with single malt scotch. The other stuff might kill me!'

On another note, I heard you can the RoadID nylon wrist model into a watch band for the Garmin 305. Has anyone tried it?

Thx.
2011-04-26 9:42 AM
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Actually, this Homerism might be better:

"Quick, get the number for 9-1-1 !"
2011-04-26 10:14 AM
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My wife ordered mine.

Acta Non Verba - Be Iron

 

2011-04-26 12:44 PM
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Cool messages. I, too, have the usual info, but purchased one for myself and my younger brother and had the message at the bottom to read:
"The journey = the reward"
2011-04-26 5:58 PM
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Wishing I would've specified organ donor on mine. Also hoping that I never have a reason for that to be a concern!

Mine has my name, DOB (because I have been mistaken for being a minor), sulfa allergy, blood type, husband's phone # (although I guess that would clear up concerns about being a minor), "Pain is temporary" and "Don't dream it, be it."



2011-04-28 6:56 AM
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ratherbeswimming - 2011-04-25 8:32 AM

Parent's phone numbers. They live like 800 miles away, but they have contact info for local friends. Mine has my date of birth, city I live in, NKA (no known allergies), blood type, and "Respect All. Fear None."

20% off Road ID Coupon:  discount coupon #PC4946199TOD (expires in like 2 or 3 days)

 

Thanks!

I was hoping to pay it forward, but I guess they don't give a coupon code to people who used one.

2011-04-28 9:52 AM
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08M3Sedanski - 2011-04-23 9:05 PM

Not to hijack but...

Hey!  Two of my son's have cochlear implants and I have been wondering how they would work around a tri... off for the swim (any problem?), on for the bike and run (custom helmet? sweat problems?).  How do you manage it?

You can read about my boys here and here .

We had along BTer screen name Lucy who had a cochlear implant.  She just raced without the outside part on I think.  She may have slipped in on in T1 but swimming didn't give her any troubles and she had a regular helmet.  Only so you don't try to PM her, she passed away from a brain tumor about 3 years ago (unrelated to her hearing problems

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2011-04-28 2:47 PM
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D.D.D.

Dedication, Determination, Devotion (I wish that would've fit!!)

2011-04-28 2:50 PM
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My first one read, "Clydesdales Rule!"

My new one reads, "Former Clydesdales Rule!"Laughing

2011-04-28 2:54 PM
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Mine reads "Take your hands out of my shorts, I may be lying here but i am not THAT easy"

 



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2011-04-28 4:26 PM
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My boyfriend ordered mine for me... and he wrote "Its okay! I crash well!" Because the first date we went on was a bike ride.. when we did our second ride I crashed twice.. and from then on I crashed a total of 5 times that season.. ALWAYS saving the bike.. So for Christmas he wrote what I always yell right before I crash which is "Its okay, It's okay!!"
2011-04-28 4:30 PM
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ponyup - 2011-04-25 7:29 PM

A quote from a teacher I once had.

 

"Let's be great. The world is far too average."

I love this.

2011-04-28 4:42 PM
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"More than half-iron."
2011-04-29 1:30 AM
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MarioJW - 2011-04-26 8:40 AM On another note, I heard you can the RoadID nylon wrist model into a watch band for the Garmin 305. Has anyone tried it? Thx.

I did with mine and it works pretty well.  I used this video to figure it out.  http://bit.ly/lKdKc1

 

seem to have three Road IDs.  Besides the contact and sulfa allergy info they say:

- Bring on the hills

- Not perfect, just amazing

- Long may you run



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2011-04-29 2:53 AM
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I want one!


2011-04-29 8:54 AM
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Mine says "Pain is just weakness leaving the body"
2011-04-29 9:06 AM
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I'm getting my wife one for Mother's Day.  After all of her drug allergies are listed, I don't have any room for a good quote. 
2011-04-29 9:34 AM
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I did get a coupon code.

It is good for one dollar off and can be used 20 times in the next 30 days.

 

ThanksEric5298221


 

2011-04-29 9:38 AM
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"Pause my Garmin!"
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