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Leading causes of heart attacks

Show Profile  onemanfanclub Posted: 10 September 2007, 8:10 PM  
1) People who generate start lists for the MIDDLE DISTANCE race in a 2day weekend using the LONG DISTANCE startlists for a template and don't change the COURSE LENGTHS. Not funny for part timer, short-course M21e tryhards who had even almost forgotten they'd entered said races... ;-)

Show Profile  HeadHoncho Posted: 11 September 2007, 8:39 AM  
High Cholestorol
Family History

Show Profile  mick finn Posted: 11 September 2007, 9:13 AM  
Children and high walls
Children and winter
Children and roads

Show Profile  Bryan Posted: 11 September 2007, 11:11 AM  
1. Not enough Orienteering.
2. Being chased by a ravishing W21E who is catching!
or: Being chased by a randy M50A who is catching!

Show Profile  mark Posted: 11 September 2007, 12:55 PM  
children and winter?
what is wrong with winter?

Show Profile  mick finn Posted: 11 September 2007, 1:20 PM  

Show Profile  Ellmo1769 Posted: 11 September 2007, 4:08 PM  
Being at a Rogaine and one minute before giving out the maps someone saying so where are the maps and well you can probably figure the rest.

Show Profile  Andrew M Posted: 11 September 2007, 7:03 PM  
Trying to maintain forward motion whilst running round the bays in Wellington.

"Steak" and Cheese pies from the local Chinese bakery. The yellow pastry ones that make the bag go see through before you get to savour the cheese.

Womens 400m Hurdles Final, World Athletics Champs.

Show Profile  Old Timer Posted: 12 September 2007, 2:45 PM  
Discovering Head Honcho has found out you cheated in the Relays(!!)

Show Profile  mal g Posted: 12 September 2007, 4:13 PM  
WORK !!!!!!!!! - boring I know, but full time orienteering is sooo much more fun

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 19 September 2007, 4:12 PM  
Regional councils who close huge forests to the public when illicitly-deposited 1080 is found in one part of it. And don't bother telling a club which has paid money for an event application and been forced to sign a contract with more clauses than the number of participants.

Show Profile  Paul I Posted: 20 September 2007, 9:29 AM  
Its a very ugly virus and its spreading its dark distructive cloud far and wide without prejudice. And I'm not talking about the 1080.

Show Profile  Greg Posted: 20 September 2007, 11:54 AM  
1080 is safe whats their problem..

Show Profile  stu barr Posted: 20 September 2007, 2:08 PM  
safe [seyf] - adjective, saf·er, saf·est, noun
1. secure from liability to harm, injury, danger, or risk.
2. free from hurt, injury, danger, or risk.
3. involving little or no risk of mishap, error, etc.
4. dependable or trustworthy.
5. careful to avoid danger or controversy.
6. denied the chance to do harm; in secure custody.

which one of those was it?

Show Profile  Dave Barr Posted: 20 September 2007, 2:27 PM  
"1080 is safe whats their problem.."

More importantly Stu, what is Greg's problem with grammar? did he mean:

a) 1080 is safe is what their problem is. or
b) 1080 is safe; what is their problem?

This message was edited by Dave Barr on 20 September 2007, 3:28 PM




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