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getittogetherg:

iamadirtyfoot:

fatman2fitman:

It’s extremely unlikely they were the ones that counterfeited the bibs. It’s more likely that they bought them from someone online.

The real question is since they were counterfeited, how secure is the race course?

Does it really matter whether they counterfeited them themselves? Buying an “in” to the race is against the rules. Makes these four no better than the counterfeiter. When you buy a bib to get in, you’re cheating.

My concern isn’t the cheating. It’s the potential security risk. If this can be done to the purportedly ‘Safest Place On The Planet’ (quoting the race director), then it wasn’t safe or secure.

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fatman2fitman:

It’s extremely unlikely they were the ones that counterfeited the bibs. It’s more likely that they bought them from someone online.

The real question is since they were counterfeited, how secure is the race course?

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Fun run with my buddy, 5k 33:12

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Be extremely careful when posting pictures of your race bib before the race.

So, supposedly, someone copied a Boston Marathon runner’s bib photo (from Instagram or somewhere) and printed them up then sold them to four different runners.

What do you think? Is this even possible? Implications for pre race flat runner photos?

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PaleOMG – Paleo Recipes – 3 Ingredient Simple Protein Pancakes

iamadirtyfoot:

This sounds like breakfast

It’s not bad. Just make sure your powder is decent

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And I could go running
I’m going to call it a rest day
I’m also taking my weekend today and tomorrow
I’ll be working at a motorcycle Enduro this Saturday and Sunday

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Thought I’d try uploading this (haven’t uploaded a sound file before). Great song, you might want to add it to your collection (DOWNLOAD HERE)

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Zombies, Run! During Lunch Day, 3.5 miles, 37:33, I had to change my route as my last one was sending me through new poison oak growth (at Mendocino College Bio Resource Lab)

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