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Old 08-23-2011, 11:07 PM   #1
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Very full show this week. You don't want to miss it:

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Old 08-23-2011, 11:41 PM   #2
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Old 08-23-2011, 11:43 PM   #3
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That's coming before too long.
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Old 08-24-2011, 12:27 AM   #4
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You sound extremely nervous.
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Sorry I couldn't make this one. I'll be at the next one.
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There's some good stuff on this. I like SoCal's comments about "conservative formations" which is one thing that is true. It has been shown Fox is balanced and not "run heavy" as his reputation suggests, but his formations are definitely more run heavy. I am still curious how things will look when the regular season starts and they start game planning.
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You sound extremely nervous.
Actually, I was exhausted. I rode a century (100 miles) on my bike for the first time on Sunday, and am in recovery from that now.
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Actually, I was exhausted. I rode a century (100 miles) on my bike for the first time on Sunday, and am in recovery from that now.
WTF is wrong with you?

What in gods name would possess you to do that?
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WTF is wrong with you?

What in gods name would possess you to do that?
At about mile 70, I asked myself the same thing, and wondered why I couldn't wait to do it again...
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At about mile 70, I asked myself the same thing, and wondered why I couldn't wait to do it again...
Seriously, I can't think of one single reason.
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Seriously, I can't think of one single reason.
lol...

Cycling is part of my long term fitness strategy. Endurance rides are the challenges I'm taking to keep me motivated.
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lol...

Cycling is part of my long term fitness strategy. Endurance rides are the challenges I'm taking to keep me motivated.
Fair enough.

Have you considered just eating better here and there so you don't have to torture yourself
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Seriously, I can't think of one single reason.
I can.

Escaping alien invasion and the roads were too log jammed full of destroyed or out of gas vehicles to drive down, so you are left with a bicycle.
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I can.

Escaping alien invasion and the roads were too log jammed full of destroyed or out of gas vehicles to drive down, so you are left with a bicycle.
After like 20 miles I'd be like...

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Isn't that fitness stuff supposed to be almost physically addicting?

Something with getting addicted to the muscle cells tearing or some weirdness..
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Isn't that fitness stuff supposed to be almost physically addicting?

Something with getting addicted to the muscle cells tearing or some weirdness..
Yeah, I worked with a woman that used to bike 20-30 miles every single day. She had a computerized rider in her attic. She was 48 years old, and had the body of a 24 year old.

Milf-tastic.
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lol...

Cycling is part of my long term fitness strategy. Endurance rides are the challenges I'm taking to keep me motivated.
I never understood why people run marathons. After all, the first guy who did it died. I keep in good shape, work out all the time, but running 26 miles seems like absolute torture.
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Actually, I was exhausted. I rode a century (100 miles) on my bike for the first time on Sunday, and am in recovery from that now.
I did 125 (plenty of uphill) on my ****ty 70s Ross two weeks ago after three hours sleep (Manhattan to Montauk). I know how you're feeling.

Not really into the long distance stuff / marathons since it cannibalises muscle but it was a nice accomplishment.
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I did 125 (plenty of uphill) on my ****ty 70s Ross two weeks ago after three hours sleep (Manhattan to Montauk). I know how you're feeling.

Not really into the long distance stuff / marathons since it cannibalises muscle but it was a nice accomplishment.
Montauk, eh?

I love the "stories" about that place - but won't Macgruder the thread.
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Franklin needs to work on pass pro. Especially with speed rushers.
Where oh where will be able to get him his type of practice? Oh wait

90 yards at halftime with 30 coming on penalty and a fake 4th down punt from their 28. Buf is bad very bad

Is DJ a $5MM a year LBer? I'd rather start Woodyard and spend that money somewhere else like a CB opposite CHamp would be nice. For sure next year I'd like to have that $5MM to play with
Plus his DUI is still hanging out there.

Woodyard started the BUF game due to BUF 3 WR sets

Would not be suprsied to see someone lay Moore out. There is an unwritten rule that you don't lay ppl out in preseason. At least from a vet viewpoint

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Old 08-24-2011, 11:15 AM   #23
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Actually, I was exhausted. I rode a century (100 miles) on my bike for the first time on Sunday, and am in recovery from that now.
All you have to do is bike 120 miles every day for 3 weeks including some really nasty mountains and you can be pro
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Actually, I was exhausted. I rode a century (100 miles) on my bike for the first time on Sunday, and am in recovery from that now.
Talk about "butthurt"...that's some serious punishment.

33 Miles on a mountain trail is the most I have done.

Coming down the mountain was unbelievable.
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The most I've biked as an adult was probably a good 10 minutes before realizing I don't love penis.
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