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  • Let's See Your Critters

    Not actually mine, but friend’s who I have been borrowing a lot lately. Roxy, the sweetest, best-behaved little Sheltie ever.




    M_WareAaronWebsteymaggieruTad_MJennifer Post
  • "Back when I played"

    Yes. When Joe Morgan does the telecast for a baseball game, 80% of what he says is a reminder of how he used to play and is a Hall of Famer and how modern approaches to the game are silly (because his style of play would have been a lot less valuable than it was in the 70s)
    Tad_M
  • MLT Winners to be Paid in Bitcoin

    @KHilgendorf I have a few friends who race MLT. It’s only the individual primes for fastest swim/bike/run/overall for the MTR, and they’ll have the ability to change it to cash instantly if they desire.

    The one guy I talked to about it said that’s his plan, which is good because it means he has no immediate plans to buy drugs, humans, or pirated software.

    As my previous post alludes to, I have mixed feelings. MLT does pay fairly well (though they’re less public about how much they’re paying than they were a few years ago), but really its value is experience and showcasing abilities for Olympic dreams.
    M_WareCraig_DKenElPescadoPelado
  • Post a picture or .gif that sums up your last workout

    As a 28 year old grad student (triathlon is still a club sport for men and all but a few women’s programs), I felt triggered.

    Jennifer PostM_WareAaronWebsteyTad_MKenElPescadoPelado
  • Might as well put a maple leaf on my backpack

    @Rash right 2:44-45ish, couple of guys are out of the transition area already, but there are two more running out behind, and one pretty clearly slows up to let the other out at the bottleneck.
    AaronWebstey

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