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    @idking90 I think he lives in upstate New York now. I guess that's basically the Oklahoma of New York, just with more hills and smug people.
    I do not live in OK anymore. I do live in upstate NY in a town where I am overqualified for Mayor as a community college dropout. Wouldn't have it any other way.
    It's a lovely town and I hope I get to go to there again
    You were in Utica. A different place from where I live. I would expect as much from an Albertan.
    James LangeCraig_D
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    @idking90 I guess I just didn't understand your meme. It's my poor intellect you see.
    idking90
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    Alright @Mark_after_Dark, you've convinced me that Tulsa is on par with other great US Ironman cities (Madison, Chattanooga, Mesa, Panama City, the list goes on and on). I still don't think I'll ever do the race so long as it is in May though. If I was doing to take on the cost of doing a US Ironman it would definitely be one of the September races because training through the winter up here really fucking sucks.
    Oh, it is going to be hot on race day for sure, and during tornado season. However, Tulsa has been spared mostly from tornadoes due to specially placed Indian burial grounds. It is all really technical and scientific so I won't bore you with the details, but it works.
    Dude the end of May I hid in my closet 4 times and in the stairwell at work one time, and thought I was going to die one time when there was circulation a mile away, it fucking crossed the river, and I lost power.

    Other than that I second everything Mark says, I love Tulsa.
    Alright @Mark_after_Dark, you've convinced me that Tulsa is on par with other great US Ironman cities (Madison, Chattanooga, Mesa, Panama City, the list goes on and on). I still don't think I'll ever do the race so long as it is in May though. If I was doing to take on the cost of doing a US Ironman it would definitely be one of the September races because training through the winter up here really fucking sucks.
    Oh, it is going to be hot on race day for sure, and during tornado season. However, Tulsa has been spared mostly from tornadoes due to specially placed Indian burial grounds. It is all really technical and scientific so I won't bore you with the details, but it works.
    Dude the end of May I hid in my closet 4 times and in the stairwell at work one time, and thought I was going to die one time when there was circulation a mile away, it fucking crossed the river, and I lost power.

    Other than that I second everything Mark says, I love Tulsa.
    Easy fix. Bury some Natives in your front yard. Don't have to be new bones, plenty of old ones on the dark web.
    Martin
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    wow @Mark_after_Dark doesn't have time for a podcast, but he can write that?

    That said, I'm sold on Tulsa Tough next year. Get me under 5 hours, then cry my way up cry baby hill on sunday!
    I am working on a podcast, but a major diversion from the previous format. This one will have audible nudity (fine tuning the science now).
    kjrunninM_WareAaronWebsteyJohns622
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    Alright @Mark_after_Dark, you've convinced me that Tulsa is on par with other great US Ironman cities (Madison, Chattanooga, Mesa, Panama City, the list goes on and on). I still don't think I'll ever do the race so long as it is in May though. If I was doing to take on the cost of doing a US Ironman it would definitely be one of the September races because training through the winter up here really fucking sucks.
    Oh, it is going to be hot on race day for sure, and during tornado season. However, Tulsa has been spared mostly from tornadoes due to specially placed Indian burial grounds. It is all really technical and scientific so I won't bore you with the details, but it works.
    bbculpTad_MM_WareAaronWebsteyMartinJames Lange

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