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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby samburusunset on 29 Nov 2010 19:01

Hey Kmart! Welcome! You'll have to do a little digging around and find the Kopelandic Dictionary.
It'll give you a chuckle or two.
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby Howstupidmrbates on 29 Nov 2010 19:20

Welcome kmart!!!

Happy posting!
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby Lynne on 08 Feb 2012 18:40

By the way, kmart, while we're bumping old threads I wanted to say HI specifically to you, because I live in Chicago (near Wrigley) and I also run a lot (but I bike more, and swim about as much ...). So I'm a fellow Chicago Nutter!
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby empty on 08 Feb 2012 18:41

Yeah, hey Kmart, I know you run and we've chatted before about this.

LYNNESTRONG and I are doing this race: http://www.chicagospringhalf.com/ Care to join us?
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby Lynne on 08 Feb 2012 18:42

[quote="empty"]Yeah, hey Kmart, I know you run and we've chatted before about this.

LYNNESTRONG and I are doing this race: http://www.chicagospringhalf.com/ Care to join us?[/quote]

I just invited him to same in the shoe thread, great minds!
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby kmart on 08 Feb 2012 19:05

Are you guys doing the 10k or the half? Ok, It will give me something to train for! Maybe lose some of this weight Ive packed on! Im not fast but Im like the energizer bunny....I keep going and going..I ran the Sept 2010 half (the one on LSD) in 2:04...The Calumet City half in 1:54 (My PR)....I slow down the longer the distance.....I did the chicago marathon in 2009 and 2010...I am not even going to embarras myself talking about my times!

Last year I started strong, got hurt and took up competitive eating instead! Oh well....back to life, back to reality....and PAIN!

IM IN!!!

I was gonna mention too, how nice you Nutters can be to a newbie, even a slightly obnoxious one....everyone has been nothing but kind to me.

SO.....anyone else running?????
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby Lynne on 08 Feb 2012 19:30

Half half half!

To quote Conroy, WOOOOO HOOOOO!

My huband's about 1:38, you're about 2:04, I'm about 2:15, I'm not sure what empty's time is (we did the LA half last month together, but barely even looked at our watches and were incredibly undertrained), so we can meet up before and after and then go get brunch or some such thing.

Yay, Nutters on the run!
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby ltwoman on 08 Feb 2012 19:33

This is so exciting! Our own little Nutter team. As a recovered runner, I say Go, Team, Go! (and so envious as well...) Just Do It!
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby empty on 08 Feb 2012 19:34

Hi, I'm between 2:25 and 2:40. But now I have no ankle pain, and some time to train, I plan to beat that. Hoping for 2:15. Yeah, I'm slow, but I'm persistent as hell.

WOOT! A nutter race!
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby moonstone on 08 Feb 2012 20:18

[quote="moonstone"]Anyone who runs and smiles at the same time has got to be a bit strange....

You're going to fit in just fine. [/quote]

[quote="kmart"]I was gonna mention too, how nice you Nutters can be to a newbie, even a slightly obnoxious one....everyone has been nothing but kind to me.

SO.....anyone else running?????[/quote]

Errr no..... but thanks for asking. :lol:

We want pics though K.
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby sockii on 08 Feb 2012 20:25

Love the idea of a Nutter team! We'll absolutely need pics and details when this happens!

(I'm a very very amateur runner myself - ie, I wimp out as soon as the weather turns cold. The most I've been up for so far is a 5k...)
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby smax on 08 Feb 2012 20:44

[quote="kmart"]I ran the Sept 2010 half (the one on LSD) in 2:04...[/quote]

on LSD?!?!? wow, hardcore.

that must've been some trip. well done. If there were any runners in fancy dress (rhinos, dafy ducks, pink panthers etc) i bet that must have done your head in......
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby Lynne on 08 Feb 2012 20:46

[quote="smax"][quote="kmart"]I ran the Sept 2010 half (the one on LSD) in 2:04...[/quote]

on LSD?!?!? wow, hardcore.

that must've been some trip. well done. If there were any runners in fancy dress (rhinos, dafy ducks, pink panthers etc) i bet that must have done your head in......[/quote]

Oh, sweetie, you need to come to Chicago; we're on LSD all the time ... :lol:
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby smax on 08 Feb 2012 20:48

s'gonna happen, got an auntie there who hasn't met my boy yet.
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Re: Newbie says "Hi"

Postby policerule on 08 Feb 2012 21:53

I don't run, I'm not on LSD (heh, heh), and I don't run on LSD, but I welcome you to scnet, kmart :)

Now, can someone please tell me WHY the railing just twisted into a pretzel and the cat is barking at me?

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