24 October 2009

Nobel Peace Prize


I don't have much to say about this run, so I'd like to offer my apologies to the four people that read my running blog.

However, while running tonight something jogged my memory...the recollection was like a vivid dream I couldn't out run it. Tonight in 2006 I watched Flags of Our Fathers and even can recalled the 9:00 show time because, we were in a hurry to get to the theater. I was on leave from far away and remember wearing Oakley boots and a pair of Oakley combat gloves (as it was cold out or maybe, I was used to the heat). Hell of a movie, I'll never forget that week in a haunting kinda way!

This was a time in my life I usually manage to keep repressed. A time when I was hopeful and should have won the Nobel Peace Prize; moreover, by the end of 2006 all hope was gone; I would've no longer met the criteria for the Nobel Peace Prize.


What am I rambling on about? If I were a dog I'd be a melancholy, but seriously the Nobel thing is true; I would've won it, but Al Gore beat me to it. Gore was every bit as as deserving as Jimmy Carter, Kofi Annan or Yasir Arafat. It would've been nice to win such an esteemed award, after all I had hope.
 

Never rely on hope,
Chris





Activity
Route:
--
Elev. Avg:
883 ft
Location:
Stoughton, WI
Elev. Gain:
+0 ft
Date:
10/24/09
Up/Downhill:
[+236/-236]
Time:
5:24 PM
Difficulty:
2.5 / 5.0

Weather:
Partly Cloudy

48 F temp; 67% humidity

48 F heat index; winds W 9 G 17
Performance
Distance:
4.74 miles

Time:
0:37:21
Speed:
7.6 mph

Pace:
7' 53 /mi

Calories:
674


Elevation (ft)

Pace (min/mile)

Splits
Mile
Pace (min/mile)
Speed (mph)
Elevation
Gain
actual
+/- avg
actual
+/- avg
1
7' 53
+0' 00
7.6
-0.0
0 ft
2
8' 08
+0' 15
7.4
-0.2
+43 ft
3
8' 03
+0' 10
7.5
-0.2
-19 ft
4
7' 58
+0' 05
7.5
-0.1
-49 ft
end
7' 08
-0' 45
8.4
+0.8
+26 ft
Versus average of 7' 53 min/mile

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