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2013-08-22 1:34 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly

If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head. Where's Mr. Garrison?

MCM is my favorite marathon. The Marines and crowd support are simply amazing.


I haven't done the MCM, but done some of the other events that the Marines organized - the Half Marathon (Historic Half) in Fredericksburg, and just this last weekend volunteering at the first Quantico Sprint Tri (mostly because I forgot to register and it sold out in less than a day)...I don't know if i've really seen a group do better organizing


2013-08-22 1:41 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route

Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head

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2013-08-22 1:44 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by austhokie

Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly

If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head. Where's Mr. Garrison?

MCM is my favorite marathon. The Marines and crowd support are simply amazing.


I haven't done the MCM, but done some of the other events that the Marines organized - the Half Marathon (Historic Half) in Fredericksburg, and just this last weekend volunteering at the first Quantico Sprint Tri (mostly because I forgot to register and it sold out in less than a day)...I don't know if i've really seen a group do better organizing

The Quantico tri is on my bucket list. MCM is so hard to get in now. Last time I did it was in 2011, and it was too much fun. Had some Marines running their first marathon in my hotel, and we hung out after the race until the bar closed. They had a squad bet to do it, and they all looked like utter death. These big dudes looked at scrawny me and told me I was nuts for enjoying marathons. The Marines are the best!
2013-08-22 1:47 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route

Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly
Originally posted by austhokie
Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head. Where's Mr. Garrison? MCM is my favorite marathon. The Marines and crowd support are simply amazing.
I haven't done the MCM, but done some of the other events that the Marines organized - the Half Marathon (Historic Half) in Fredericksburg, and just this last weekend volunteering at the first Quantico Sprint Tri (mostly because I forgot to register and it sold out in less than a day)...I don't know if i've really seen a group do better organizing
The Quantico tri is on my bucket list. MCM is so hard to get in now. Last time I did it was in 2011, and it was too much fun. Had some Marines running their first marathon in my hotel, and we hung out after the race until the bar closed. They had a squad bet to do it, and they all looked like utter death. These big dudes looked at scrawny me and told me I was nuts for enjoying marathons. The Marines are the best!

This is one of those that's on my list for "some day." I'm not sure if I could handle the after party, or likely the pre-party.

2013-08-22 1:49 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by Asalzwed

Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly
Originally posted by austhokie
Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head. Where's Mr. Garrison? MCM is my favorite marathon. The Marines and crowd support are simply amazing.
I haven't done the MCM, but done some of the other events that the Marines organized - the Half Marathon (Historic Half) in Fredericksburg, and just this last weekend volunteering at the first Quantico Sprint Tri (mostly because I forgot to register and it sold out in less than a day)...I don't know if i've really seen a group do better organizing
The Quantico tri is on my bucket list. MCM is so hard to get in now. Last time I did it was in 2011, and it was too much fun. Had some Marines running their first marathon in my hotel, and we hung out after the race until the bar closed. They had a squad bet to do it, and they all looked like utter death. These big dudes looked at scrawny me and told me I was nuts for enjoying marathons. The Marines are the best!

This is one of those that's on my list for "some day." I'm not sure if I could handle the after party, or likely the pre-party.

I'd protect you.
2013-08-22 1:54 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Asalzwed

Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly
Originally posted by austhokie
Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head. Where's Mr. Garrison? MCM is my favorite marathon. The Marines and crowd support are simply amazing.
I haven't done the MCM, but done some of the other events that the Marines organized - the Half Marathon (Historic Half) in Fredericksburg, and just this last weekend volunteering at the first Quantico Sprint Tri (mostly because I forgot to register and it sold out in less than a day)...I don't know if i've really seen a group do better organizing
The Quantico tri is on my bucket list. MCM is so hard to get in now. Last time I did it was in 2011, and it was too much fun. Had some Marines running their first marathon in my hotel, and we hung out after the race until the bar closed. They had a squad bet to do it, and they all looked like utter death. These big dudes looked at scrawny me and told me I was nuts for enjoying marathons. The Marines are the best!

This is one of those that's on my list for "some day." I'm not sure if I could handle the after party, or likely the pre-party.

I'd protect you.

Awwwwww

NO WHISKEY 



2013-08-22 1:55 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by Asalzwed
Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Asalzwed

Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly
Originally posted by austhokie
Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head. Where's Mr. Garrison? MCM is my favorite marathon. The Marines and crowd support are simply amazing.
I haven't done the MCM, but done some of the other events that the Marines organized - the Half Marathon (Historic Half) in Fredericksburg, and just this last weekend volunteering at the first Quantico Sprint Tri (mostly because I forgot to register and it sold out in less than a day)...I don't know if i've really seen a group do better organizing
The Quantico tri is on my bucket list. MCM is so hard to get in now. Last time I did it was in 2011, and it was too much fun. Had some Marines running their first marathon in my hotel, and we hung out after the race until the bar closed. They had a squad bet to do it, and they all looked like utter death. These big dudes looked at scrawny me and told me I was nuts for enjoying marathons. The Marines are the best!

This is one of those that's on my list for "some day." I'm not sure if I could handle the after party, or likely the pre-party.

I'd protect you.

Awwwwww

NO WHISKEY 

Of course not!

Wait, what???

2013-08-22 2:05 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Asalzwed
Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Asalzwed

Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly
Originally posted by austhokie
Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head. Where's Mr. Garrison? MCM is my favorite marathon. The Marines and crowd support are simply amazing.
I haven't done the MCM, but done some of the other events that the Marines organized - the Half Marathon (Historic Half) in Fredericksburg, and just this last weekend volunteering at the first Quantico Sprint Tri (mostly because I forgot to register and it sold out in less than a day)...I don't know if i've really seen a group do better organizing
The Quantico tri is on my bucket list. MCM is so hard to get in now. Last time I did it was in 2011, and it was too much fun. Had some Marines running their first marathon in my hotel, and we hung out after the race until the bar closed. They had a squad bet to do it, and they all looked like utter death. These big dudes looked at scrawny me and told me I was nuts for enjoying marathons. The Marines are the best!

This is one of those that's on my list for "some day." I'm not sure if I could handle the after party, or likely the pre-party.

I'd protect you.

Awwwwww

NO WHISKEY 

Of course not!

Wait, what???

Although, and this is no indication that I'm going back on my policy, but My uncle had a ceramic poodle-shaped vessel that contained whiskey and I was intrigued. 

2013-08-22 2:18 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by Asalzwed
Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Asalzwed
Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Asalzwed

Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly
Originally posted by austhokie
Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head. Where's Mr. Garrison? MCM is my favorite marathon. The Marines and crowd support are simply amazing.
I haven't done the MCM, but done some of the other events that the Marines organized - the Half Marathon (Historic Half) in Fredericksburg, and just this last weekend volunteering at the first Quantico Sprint Tri (mostly because I forgot to register and it sold out in less than a day)...I don't know if i've really seen a group do better organizing
The Quantico tri is on my bucket list. MCM is so hard to get in now. Last time I did it was in 2011, and it was too much fun. Had some Marines running their first marathon in my hotel, and we hung out after the race until the bar closed. They had a squad bet to do it, and they all looked like utter death. These big dudes looked at scrawny me and told me I was nuts for enjoying marathons. The Marines are the best!

This is one of those that's on my list for "some day." I'm not sure if I could handle the after party, or likely the pre-party.

I'd protect you.

Awwwwww

NO WHISKEY 

Of course not!

Wait, what???

Although, and this is no indication that I'm going back on my policy, but My uncle had a ceramic poodle-shaped vessel that contained whiskey and I was intrigued. 

You only drink whiskey doggie style? Fine.
2013-08-22 2:29 PM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Asalzwed
Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Asalzwed
Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Asalzwed

Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly
Originally posted by austhokie
Originally posted by BrianRunsPhilly If you turn your head sideways and use BT-logic, it looks like a 4-legged toucan with a penis on it's head. Where's Mr. Garrison? MCM is my favorite marathon. The Marines and crowd support are simply amazing.
I haven't done the MCM, but done some of the other events that the Marines organized - the Half Marathon (Historic Half) in Fredericksburg, and just this last weekend volunteering at the first Quantico Sprint Tri (mostly because I forgot to register and it sold out in less than a day)...I don't know if i've really seen a group do better organizing
The Quantico tri is on my bucket list. MCM is so hard to get in now. Last time I did it was in 2011, and it was too much fun. Had some Marines running their first marathon in my hotel, and we hung out after the race until the bar closed. They had a squad bet to do it, and they all looked like utter death. These big dudes looked at scrawny me and told me I was nuts for enjoying marathons. The Marines are the best!

 

This is one of those that's on my list for "some day." I'm not sure if I could handle the after party, or likely the pre-party.

I'd protect you.

Awwwwww

NO WHISKEY 

Of course not!

Wait, what???

Although, and this is no indication that I'm going back on my policy, but My uncle had a ceramic poodle-shaped vessel that contained whiskey and I was intrigued. 

You only drink whiskey doggie style? Fine.

I appreciate your flexibility

2013-08-23 8:26 AM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by Comet
Originally posted by switch

Originally posted by Comet Dangit. I knew I should have registered this year!

You could bandit.

What could possibly go wrong?

hahahahaa! You're funny. Probably nothing worse than what would have happened if they had seen me go #2 in a bush at mile 13 last time I did it.

And yes, I *could*, but that's no fun.

You could enter the contest to run in a Dunkin Donuts costume....how awesome would THAT be?

http://www.marinemarathon.com/MCM_Runner_Info.htm

I've run five MCMs and I think I've run 3 different courses....for this being a fairly classic marathon I am amazed at how often they have to change the course fairly drastically!



2013-08-23 10:45 AM
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Subject: RE: New MCM route
Originally posted by Comet
Originally posted by switch

Originally posted by Comet Dangit. I knew I should have registered this year!

You could bandit.

What could possibly go wrong?

hahahahaa! You're funny. Probably nothing worse than what would have happened if they had seen me go #2 in a bush at mile 13 last time I did it.

You need to manage your nutrition better.

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