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Discussion: Trail Run

in: X8A7; X8A7 > 2016-07-06

Jul 7, 2016 5:02 PM # 
I can't believe you're running already. Be careful!
Jul 7, 2016 5:29 PM # 
That is an amazing recovery. Too amazing. I have already sent email to RMOADA (Rocky Mountain Orienteering Anti-Doping Agency) to have you tested for nefarious substances. You better cross your fingers and hope they don't find traces of daily multi-vitamin in your blood.
Jul 7, 2016 5:55 PM # 
amazing recovery ! take it easy.. make sure that you have full range of motion etc . BTW I sent you an email ... can you send me the MNOC group picture you took (i think it was you) with all the MNOC folks in it lounging around on Sunday ?
Jul 7, 2016 7:38 PM # 
Ian, it is not just amazing, it is beyond belief. This could be the conclusive proof heretofore lacking that X8A7 is, as that AttackPoint product id # suggests, not a human at all, but an android, with fully replaceable body parts.
Jul 8, 2016 1:22 AM # 
Thanks for the well wishes. If only I were an android, but any test would only reveal a whole lot of ibuprofen (but less than prescribed). I have 95% of full range of motion comparing each foot to each other, except for turning the foot inward, that's about 50%, but not painful unless I push on it with my hand a bit (but I have to push more than you would think to get pain). Keep in mind the piece of bone pulled off was barely perceptible on the X-ray, it was probably about a quarter inch long and thinner than a typical pin shaft. The "trail run" designation is a bit misleading, it was on a crushed stone path, as flat as a sidewalk and the roughest surface I'm willing to run on right now. I'm working on getting a follow-up doctor appointment, I'm guessing they'll say "looks good..."
Ian, I sent you the pictures this afternoon, did you not get them (perhaps too large for email...)?
Jul 9, 2016 1:19 PM # 
Yes got the pics. Thank you !

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