Lots of questions for a Friday

Discussion in 'General Fitness' started by In Another Life, Feb 6, 2004.

  1. Why is TC so down on Mali?

    Why has Global aka LanceAndrew fallen completely off the rails? Again?

    Why is Doug perpetually grumpy?

    Why does Dot never say nice things to me?

    Why is Donovan so serious?

    Why does Matt never tell us about his tri experiences?

    Why this obsession with GPS? Don't you *know* where you are and can't you *remember* where
    you've been?

    Why would anyone want to run whilst listening to music?

    Why hasn't Oz published his running guideline pamphlet?

    Why is Karen so injury-prone?

    Why doesn't the 049 girl tell us bike-tales?

    Why hasn't Mr Sanchez really driven over TBR?

    Why to people buy Mizuno shoes? They're crap.

    Why has no-one said how wonderful the Pearl Izumi shoes look?

    Who makes the *best* white running T shirt?

    Where shall I run this afternoon?

    Should I have beans and rice for my dinner this evening?

    Shall I let the cats in? Or leave them outdoors in the windy wind?

    Do I *really* have to go a run in this windy wind? Will I be safe?

    Why are questions more fun than answers?
     
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  2. Bikeme

    Bikeme Guest

    "In another life, when we are both cats" <[email protected]> wrote
    in message news:[email protected]...
    : Why is TC so down on Mali?
    :
    : Why has Global aka LanceAndrew fallen completely off the rails? Again?

    Why would we care :)

    :
    : Why is Doug perpetually grumpy?

    Yeah, I noticed that, too. I thought runners were a friendly people... Maybe he's from a
    different tribe.

    :
    : Why does Dot never say nice things to me?

    Ummm...I don't know. But I will- I love your name. Vanilla Sky was one of my favorite movies.
    Penelope Cruz says that to Tom Cruise in the bar scene. Loved it!

    :
    : Why is Donovan so serious?

    Check out his web page and find out- maybe it's his religious beliefs. Or his math/engineering-style
    personality...

    :
    : Why does Matt never tell us about his tri experiences?

    ?????

    :
    : Why this obsession with GPS? Don't you *know* where you are and can't you *remember* where
    : you've been?

    You know this one- distance. We runners are totally anal-retentive.

    :
    : Why would anyone want to run whilst listening to music?

    Why would we run indoors on treadmills? Because some of us have to or else our knees blow-up and we
    die from lack of exercise...

    :
    : Why hasn't Oz published his running guideline pamphlet?

    He says he gave up weed many years back, but I've read his posts and I think he still tokes a bit.

    :
    : Why is Karen so injury-prone?

    Why have I seen Janet's breast over and over again on TV, except this time, it's fuzzy and/or
    pixelated?

    :
    : Why doesn't the 049 girl tell us bike-tales?

    What kind of designation is 007? It doesn't sound all that tough.

    :
    : Why hasn't Mr Sanchez really driven over TBR?

    Yeah, we care about that one...(sarcasm strongly implied...)

    :
    : Why to people buy Mizuno shoes? They're crap.

    Only 2 people? I love them- the Alchemy 3's are amazing. I have 3 pairs right now.

    :
    : Why has no-one said how wonderful the Pearl Izumi shoes look?

    :
    : Who makes the *best* white running T shirt?

    Fonzie?

    :
    : Where shall I run this afternoon?

    away...

    :
    : Should I have beans and rice for my dinner this evening?

    who do you want to offend tomorrow?

    :
    : Shall I let the cats in? Or leave them outdoors in the windy wind?

    Get those poor cats in. On a totally unrelated topic- how about chinese tonight?

    :
    : Do I *really* have to go a run in this windy wind? Will I be safe?

    Yes, and no.

    :
    : Why are questions more fun than answers?

    Why do you ask?
     
  3. Doug Freese

    Doug Freese Guest

    In another life, when we are both cats wrote:

    > Why is TC so down on Mali?

    Bad experience(s)?

    > Why is Doug perpetually grumpy?

    Grumpy? This is my best. Being a curmudgeon takes practice.

    > Why does Dot never say nice things to me?

    Maybe she thinks you're a dolt?

    > Why is Donovan so serious?

    One good question.

    > Why this obsession with GPS? Don't you *know* where you are and can't you *remember* where
    > you've been?

    We all have are toys.

    > Why would anyone want to run whilst listening to music?

    Asked and answered.

    >
    > Why hasn't Oz published his running guideline pamphlet?

    Ozzie?

    > Why is Karen so injury-prone?

    Karen??

    >
    > Why doesn't the 049 girl tell us bike-tales?

    Why would she have bike tales in the winter in Minnesota with a foot in pain?

    > Why hasn't Mr Sanchez really driven over TBR?

    To run him over is to recognize TBR existence?

    > Why to people buy Mizuno shoes? They're crap.

    Like excretion organs and opinions, everyone has one. FWIW Runner's world gave the Wave Creation
    high marks.

    > Why has no-one said how wonderful the Pearl Izumi shoes look?

    If it wasn't for this months Runner's world I never would have known they made shoes. The comments
    were not good so until they beef up the quality, we will never get to see them in a local store.
    They make some great looking clothes but they also function well.

    > Who makes the *best* white running T shirt?
    Hanes? Fruit of the loom? `
    > Where shall I run this afternoon?

    In the bathtub?

    > Should I have beans and rice for my dinner this evening?

    > Shall I let the cats in? Or leave them outdoors in the windy wind?

    Depends on when you plan to barbecue them.

    >
    > Do I *really* have to go a run in this windy wind? Will I be safe?

    The bathtub solves this decision.

    >
    > Why are questions more fun than answers?

    They are?

    --
    Doug Freese "Caveat Lector" [email protected]
     
  4. Doug Freese

    Doug Freese Guest

    bikeme wrote:

    > Yeah, I noticed that, too. I thought runners were a friendly people... Maybe he's from a
    > different tribe.

    Tribe? Politically incorrect and maybe the source of friction. ;)

    > : Why is Donovan so serious?
    >
    > Check out his web page and find out- maybe it's his religious beliefs. Or his math/engineering-
    > style personality...

    It's the backlash of science.

    > :
    > : Why would anyone want to run whilst listening to music?
    >
    > Why would we run indoors on treadmills? Because some of us have to or else our knees blow-up and
    > we die from lack of exercise...

    Yes, tmills a valid reason for music while exercising. Are you sure it's you knees and not the
    cold weather?

    > :
    > : Why is Karen so injury-prone?
    >
    > Why have I seen Janet's breast over and over again on TV, except this time, it's fuzzy and/or
    > pixelated?

    If your looking for good detail see: http://www.drudgereport.com/mattjj.htm

    --
    Doug Freese "Caveat Lector" [email protected]
     
  5. Maryo49

    Maryo49 Guest

    Doug wrote:

    >> Why doesn't the 049 girl tell us bike-tales?
    >
    >Why would she have bike tales in the winter in Minnesota with a foot in pain?
    ~~~~~~
    Alright! That's enough! Doug, after all these years, you say MINNESOTA??????? Iowa, my boy. IOWA.
    And, re: foot and biking. Well, after dozens of doctors, I am assured that I have rocks in my head.
    The tests all led to nowhere. It is simply spasms coming from "nowhere" (I am told that happens),
    and years of abuse--running too quickly after injury, etc. So, I am staying off it completely, for a
    very long time. I will grow old, and have not the gumption to get back into shape. This is all
    better than the alternative, however. I will write, sometime, again, just to say 'hey' from my
    rocking chair. Peace and love to all, Mary
     
  6. MJuric

    MJuric Guest

    On Fri, 06 Feb 2004 13:08:50 +0000, "In another life, when we are both
    cats" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Why does Matt never tell us about his tri experiences?

    I thought this was running newsgroup...

    >Why are questions more fun than answers?

    Answers destroy the mystery, enlighten the ignorant and place responsibility. It's easier, more fun,
    to be mysterious, ignorant and irresponsible. Just a thought

    ~Matt
     
  7. On Fri, 6 Feb 2004 09:42:14 -0500, "bikeme" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >: Why has no-one said how wonderful the Pearl Izumi shoes look?

    Then colour me gay, girlfriend, 'cause I think they're the cutest little tappty-tap-tappers that
    I've seen in years. Soon as I find a retailer near me I'll be off to purchase a pair or two.

    God, I will look SO HOT!
     
  8. On Fri, 6 Feb 2004 15:23:15 +0000 (UTC), Donovan Rebbechi
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >In article <[email protected]>, In another life, when we are both
    >cats wrote:
    >
    >How about who is Tom WHeeler, and what is he talking about anyway ?

    Oh c'mon Donny. Surely you've realised by now that there's more to 'Tom' than meets the eye? He's a
    troll, and a mighty interesting troll at that.
     
  9. On Fri, 06 Feb 2004 16:42:22 GMT, Doug Freese <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >> Should I have beans and rice for my dinner this evening?

    this can be bad, sometimes good.

    you're too afraid to tell them.

    catch. She eventually gave in - I think she felt sorry for me - and succumbed to my charms one
    evening in May.

    I can say with total honesty that the happiest single moment in my life was the following morning as
    I cycled along the farm track to the local shop to buy bacon and eggs for breakfast. I really,
    really, thought my heart would burst, I was just so *completely* happy. The nice thing is, I only
    have to close my eyes and I can remember almost exactly how it felt.

    Good things - like bad things - stay with you forever.
     
  10. On Fri, 06 Feb 2004 18:04:16 GMT, MJuric wrote:

    >On Fri, 06 Feb 2004 13:08:50 +0000, "In another life, when we are both cats"
    ><[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>Why does Matt never tell us about his tri experiences?
    >I thought this was running newsgroup...

    That doesn't stop me from spending most of my time off topic. Thing is, you're *amongst* runners so
    we tend to look at everything from roughly the same perspective. And I, for one, would be interested
    in hearing of your tri-exploits.
     
  11. On 06 Feb 2004 17:45:14 GMT, [email protected] (MaryO49) wrote:

    > So, I am staying off it completely, for a very long time. I will grow old, and have not the
    > gumption to get back into shape.

    That's where I thought the biking was coming into play. Can't you bike OK?
     
  12. Drlith

    Drlith Guest

    "In another life, when we are both cats" <[email protected]> wrote
    in message news:[email protected]...
    > Why is TC so down on Mali?
    >
    > Why has Global aka LanceAndrew fallen completely off the rails? Again?

    Changing one's nick is a sure sign that a poster has "jumped the shark."

    > Why is Doug perpetually grumpy?

    He's old.

    > Why does Dot never say nice things to me?

    She's old and wise.

    > Why is Donovan so serious?

    He's young.

    > Why does Matt never tell us about his tri experiences?

    He's waiting to hear about your bi experiences first.

    > Why this obsession with GPS? Don't you *know* where you are and can't you *remember* where
    > you've been?

    Boys like toys. I don't get it either. <snipped a few boring questions>

    > Who makes the *best* white running T shirt?

    Uncle Sugar.

    >
    > Where shall I run this afternoon?

    Just say no to Microsoft.

    > Should I have beans and rice for my dinner this evening?

    No, you should have rice and beans.

    > Shall I let the cats in? Or leave them outdoors in the windy wind?

    I can't believe you're asking the question.

    > Do I *really* have to go a run in this windy wind? Will I be safe?

    No, and no.

    > Why are questions more fun than answers?

    Wouldn't *you* like to know?
     
  13. ultrajohn1

    ultrajohn1 Guest

    why is cum white
     
  14. "bikeme" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > > : Why is Doug perpetually grumpy?
    >
    > Yeah, I noticed that, too. I thought runners were a friendly people... Maybe he's from a
    > different tribe.

    Nope, it's because I put beach sand in his KY jelly.

    > : Why does Dot never say nice things to me?
    >
    > Ummm...I don't know.

    She never says nice things to anyone.

    > :
    > : Why is Donovan so serious?
    >
    > Check out his web page and find out- maybe it's his religious beliefs. Or his math/engineering-
    > style personality...

    He has a chip on his shoulder from growing up and constantly being teased about his femninity. If
    you were called "Lil' Girlie" and "Lil Fem" along with the regular homophobic words, you'd be bitter
    too. It is kinda cute the way the angry dwarf has pumped up his lil 130lb body to try to look like
    he could defend himself, but alas, a whiney slap is still the best he can muster.

    > : Why does Matt never tell us about his tri experiences?
    >
    > ?????

    Because Donovan and Doug made him swear secrecry about theit threesomes.

    >
    > :
    > : Why this obsession with GPS? Don't you *know* where you are and can't you *remember* where
    > : you've been?
    >
    >
    Because Dough has PMS.

    > > : Why would anyone want to run whilst listening to music?
    >
    > Why would we run indoors on treadmills? Because some of us have to or else our knees blow-up and
    > we die from lack of exercise...
    >

    In Donovans case he can avoid the taunts of the villagers who normally chase him with torches and
    hangmens nooses.

    > :
    > : Why hasn't Oz published his running guideline pamphlet?
    >
    > He says he gave up weed many years back, but I've read his posts and I think he still tokes a bit.
    >

    His hullucinations are partly weed and partly psychose based, but the real reason it hasn't been
    published is because he's a moron, and he'd be laughed off the market.

    > :
    > : Why is Karen so injury-prone?
    >
    She's a fat cow.

    > Why have I seen Janet's breast over and over again on TV, except this time, it's fuzzy and/or
    > pixelated?
    >
    It looks just like that in real life too.

    > :
    > : Why doesn't the 049 girl tell us bike-tales?
    >
    >
    She's too busy sixty-nining.
    > :
    > : Why hasn't Mr Sanchez really driven over TBR?
    >

    You must've missed the post, he did.

    >
    > :
    > : Why to people buy Mizuno shoes? They're crap.
    >
    >

    Nobody does.
    > :
    > : Why has no-one said how wonderful the Pearl Izumi shoes look?
    >

    >

    Not here, this is a running NG, remember?

    :
    > : Shall I let the cats in? Or leave them outdoors in the windy wind?
    >
    > Get those poor cats in. On a totally unrelated topic- how about chinese tonight?
    >

    What makes you think cats and chinese food are unrelated?

    > :
    > : Do I *really* have to go a run in this windy wind? Will I be safe?
    >

    If you weigh about 60lbs like Donovan, stay in on your dainty treadmill so you won't blow (that word
    turn you on Donovan?) away.

    > :
    > : Why are questions more fun than answers?
    >
    > Because they don't require you strain your pea-sized brain to reply.
     
  15. In article <[email protected]>, In another life, when we are both cats wrote:
    > On Fri, 6 Feb 2004 15:23:15 +0000 (UTC), Donovan Rebbechi <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>In article <[email protected]>, In another life, when we are both
    >>cats wrote:
    >>
    >>How about who is Tom WHeeler, and what is he talking about anyway ?
    >
    > Oh c'mon Donny. Surely you've realised by now that there's more to 'Tom' than meets the eye? He's
    > a troll, and a mighty interesting troll at that.

    Thanks. Other great insights for today:

    Moby Dick is a whale The Mona Lisa is a portrait of a lady Persistence of Memory is a
    surrealist painting

    Cheers,
    --
    Donovan Rebbechi http://pegasus.rutgers.edu/~elflord/
     
  16. Drlith

    Drlith Guest

    "In another life, when we are both cats" <[email protected]> wrote
    in message news:[email protected]...
    > On Fri, 06 Feb 2004 16:42:22 GMT, Doug Freese <[email protected]> wrote: I can say with total
    > honesty that the happiest single moment in my life was the following morning as I cycled along the
    > farm track to the local shop to buy bacon and eggs for breakfast. I really, really, thought my
    > heart would burst, I was just so *completely* happy. The nice thing is, I only have to close my
    > eyes and I can remember almost exactly how it felt.

    ...and then you actually did close your eyes. And it felt exactly like slamming into a fence post!

    > Good things - like bad things - stay with you forever.

    I hear herpes is like that. Did the girl have herpes, by any chance?
     
  17. On Fri, 6 Feb 2004 19:22:09 +0000 (UTC), Donovan Rebbechi
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Thanks. Other great insights for today: Moby Dick is a whale The Mona Lisa is a portrait of a lady
    >Persistence of Memory is a surrealist painting

    Why Donny, I do believe your sense of humour's showing :)
     
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