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And they have 20 people on the field with their fans saying how great it is to see them shaking up the sport norms.
I wish them well, too. My complaint is mostly with the fans who don't understand they're playing by different rules. But being in the electric power industry, electric cars are good for me, and I want one.
- Basically, Tesla really needs to find a way to start cranking out Model 3s.
I'm a bit fascinated by this. It's like watching the local favorite football team (which I don't care annoy myself) down by 13 with six minutes left in the fourth quarter of the championship game. Either they pull it off and it's hard not to be excited, or they fail and it's amusing watching the train wreck.
These are my medals, plus my car key.
That's two five milers, one 10K, two 20Ks, six halfs, one marathon, and one 19.3 challenge (comprised of the 10K and one half). Outstanding is my 45.5 challenge medal for adding the full. It's coming in the mail. One of the five mile runs was my first finisher medal. At the time I thought it was kind of stupid and a waste of money, but now I'm kind of proud of it.
But I want to finish the Adirondack High Peaks before signing up for another full. If the weather next weekend keeps looking good, I'm going to give it a shot.
- everyone behaved like they owned rear view mirrors and didn't want to unnecessarily impede other traffic.
This is what I see, or rather don't see, in America. I started to type out a reply to rd95 that I don't see soccer moms demanding use of the express lane with 50 items, I see people in self checkouts who have no idea how to use them taking way too long. The problem seems (to me) not people who say "screw your inconvenience" but rather people who simply have no idea that changing their behavior slightly would have no impact on them but benefit others. Being injured, fatally or otherwise, when it could have been minimized or avoided by a seatbelt has a large impact on others, and I think too many people don't realize that.
I don't think I ever saw Fight Club as "be more like Tyler Durden by rejecting one type of fashion for another type of fashion with just as many rules." I think I always saw it as "the norm may not be what's best for you and rejecting it in favor of what you actually want is ok." No doubt there were people who bought thrift store jackets and floral shirts and pink tinted sunglasses, but I do think there was a middle ground between "I want to copy Tyler Durden" and "The first rule of talking to me about movies is do not talk to me about Fight Club."
- I don’t hold Sofia Coppola responsible for the tragic misunderstanding of The Virgin Suicides that I see on my Tumblr dashboard
What's the tragic misunderstanding of The Virgin Suicides? That's another movie I've enjoyed, though I definitely haven't seen it in years and years.
2200 feet! My marathon was 650', and it's considered a hillier course, at least for the area. Congratulations on a great run.
13.9 is definitely longer than I'd expect a watch to measure. I measured 26.41 for the marathon. I have seen my watch track jump around a bit if I'm between tall buildings, and maybe yours could do the same if you were in a gorge or heavily treed area that blocks the satellite signal?
I definitely agree. This has a lot of applications. Just poking around at Google Maps and starting at Houston (Gulf of Mexico port), Albuquerque is 900 miles, St. Louis 800, Nashville 800, and Atlanta 800. With a 500 mile starting range and one megacharge, a truck can reach a lot of places.