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Discussion: you were on my favorite list

in: randy; randy > 2016-02-03

Feb 3, 2016 6:39 PM # 
I'd be interested in reading what you wrote about the ED position. Can you post a link or email it to me?

I may also check out the puzzle page.
Feb 3, 2016 8:04 PM # 
It's not as though there was any incentive to remove you from my list - Ken isn't charging a fee per favourite per year.
Feb 3, 2016 8:57 PM # 
And you still on my list too.
Feb 3, 2016 10:47 PM # 
@Sandy, I'm still working on it. I'm trying to be as professional and constructive as possible. I'll post a draft to you when done and before submission. Thx for your interest.
Feb 5, 2016 1:10 AM # 
You are on my list too. Are you running some ultras this year?
Feb 5, 2016 12:45 PM # 
....OTOH, come to think of it, perhaps I will ride my horse that day, hadn't really thought of it....

You've been missed. I and my Global Warming buddies have had the run of A/P for the past 5-6 years! You'd better come back and catch up on your denying! :-)

[Your post above was written in August 2010, in response to my suggestion that orienteers might want to give up driving for one day: World Car-Free Day, September 22.]
Feb 5, 2016 1:27 PM # 
You're still in my list too! It was nice seeing your name pop up.
Feb 5, 2016 6:42 PM # 
@Karl, I'm registered for Hyner (50K), but training is not going well due to injuries.

@Clark, I'm not a "denier", I'm a rational objectioner :) The global warming crowd (oh, now its the "climate change" crowd, cuz guess what, weather fluctuates, as the last few bitter cold years have proven) likes to denigrate those with pejoratives like "deniers" cause they can't win on the science or economics (except the fudged science that ruins careers when these fraudsters are caught).

But, even if true, I say burn baby burn, cause a fossil fuel based economy is the fastest way out of abject poverty for those suffering on the earth here and now, and there are plenty of them, and they are more important to me than someone born 2000 years from now. Moreover, I empathize with them much easier than the climate change alarmists who empathize with the likes of Al Gore, Tom Steyer, and such with their private aircraft and large homes preaching to me about my carbon footprint. Oh, and what about the preachy Paul Allen? Didn't his yacht just tear of an endangered coral reef or two.

And BTW, growing the world economy now is the best way to make it better for someone born 2000 years from now, and fossil fuels are a huge part of that.

There, how was that :) I'm sure you really missed me ...

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