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Old 07-16-2014, 02:38 PM   #11
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Dangerboobie saved a life once, too. His own......he outran the husband when he came home
Yes...your honor. One rainy afternoon, I was fooling around with my partner's wife and I heard his car pulling in his driveway...so I ran from the back door without my clothes on. When he saw me, he asked, "Do you always jog in the nude?" I said, "Yes!" He said, "Do you always wear a condom when you're joggng?" I answered, "Only when it's raining!"
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Old 07-16-2014, 05:36 PM   #12
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What is really strange is that almost half of the athletes have (at the Olympic race) much higher times than the standards. For instance in the 800 meters the lower standard is 2min1sec and a half. In a field of 40+ runners half of them will have times of +2min10 seconds. How did they ever run a race below the qualifying time is beyond me.

I think that I mixed up 800 with the 400. I would check the guy that did a 50 sec 800.

I was not aware of the second standard.
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Old 07-17-2014, 10:13 PM   #13
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In the other hand I did save 6 lives, 5 in the ocean and lakes and one in a restaurant.[/QUOTE]

Hi ya Elf....read the red part....surely you CANNOT leave all of us hanging without your interesting story...I am sure that I am not the only one interested ....it is NOT too often that someone gets to save lives....way to go ELF...if you tell us your story, I will surely be able to read it when I come back from Vegas

anyway...regardless....have a great day...see ya and Aloha!!
Not a big deal wiefan. Acapulco did not have life guards or beach warning signs in public beaches in the 70s and 80s (still the same in many beaches). So when high surf and/or strong under currents happened, volunteers saved tourist that could not get back to the beach.
During the World Cup, I saw an interview with a life guard from Rio. He mentioned that when weather is harsh they rescue up to 100 people per day. Wow so many stupid tourist.

Back to Olympic Golf. My prediction for the final round: Suzann (NORWAY), Inbee (KOREA), Lydia (NEW ZEALAND), Ariya (THAILAND), Charley (ENGLAND), Shanshan (CHINA), Karrie (AUSTRALIA), and Mo (USA) battling for the gold medal.

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