Prez, my good friend Barack We gotta barack the vote US senator Dianne Feinstein, we go way back and tomorrow is halloween and it rhymes with frankenstein, so its meant to be 14th Congressional district Jackie Spier - Mercy alum, what can I say? School board Joe Ross (no, this is not the dead painting guy)
P Town Susane Vellone - not sure on this one, but I hated her the least Harbor Pietro Parravano (is that a cool name or what!)
Measures (California): prop 30 yes (no more dumb kids) prop 31 no (not willing to give up $200 million in state revenue -oh my God an ACTUAL rationale!) prop 32 no (asshole Koch brothers) prop 33 no (scum bag insurance companies!) prop 34 yes (time to cut off the lawyers, scumbag lawyers) prop 35 YES! (what can I say? This one is a no brainer) prop 36 yes (Finally, some common sense) prop 37 Yes! (let’s stop freak food, no zombie carrots for me! Fucking factory farmers!!!!!!) prop 38 yes, no, yes, no…. I settled on yes (see rationale for prop 30) prop 39 yes (sure, why not) prop 40 yes (save some dough, why not) measure E yes (see prop 30) measure A really, do we know the order of the alphabet, (must have been written by a dumb kid) Oh right, YES measure B yes (no rationale, just picked it) measure C what? who cares? okay NO
Let me get this straight. You made me ride 33 miles in the dripping, freezing fog up monstrous hills for more than 75 percent of the ride, and you forget to send me my t-shirt that says I survived the whole thing?
Please don't think this is creepy, but where are you located? Like, "city, state." I want to start running myself but lack the motivation and really don't want to do it alone. So I'm looking for a jogging buddy. Sorry if this is an odd ask. (:
Sorry, I’m in California. I would recommend using the Nike+ app (also online) to connect with people in your area. It’s also a great way to share with friends or “run” with your friends who don’t live near you (it keeps track of miles and you can play tag with a friend in different cities). I also really like to follow Runner’s World magazine and blogs for inspiration and support. A lot of cities host running groups for runners of all levels (I would just google where you live and running group. Some athletic stores have groups too.)
I know this isn’t quite the same, but I also like to run in more crowded locations when I really want to have a running buddy but no one wants to go. It’s encouraging to see so many other people out with you.
And as much as I love to run with someone else, sometimes it’s just what you need to run alone. Good Luck!