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Discussion: Where does the oxygen go?

in: BorisGr; BorisGr > 2005-07-05

Jul 5, 2005 6:57 PM # 
Jul 5, 2005 8:24 PM # 
I don't know. Ask Greg.
Jul 5, 2005 8:30 PM # 
Have you guys practiced this before???
Jul 6, 2005 12:42 AM # 
cars use it, and all of the exost fumes stay low, do not elevate; ad heat, high humidity and no wind - it is a bad mix for outdoor running. Only solution on a day like this is to buy a plane ticket to Laramie, WY.

Baltering Law # 356987456: "low oxygen in this case is the feeling you get while running under such conditions, somewhat similar to running at high altitude"
Jul 6, 2005 3:52 PM # 
That's awesome. I'm going to need to come to NYC to train for the Colorado meet. All the benefits of Laramie with none of the craziness.
Jul 8, 2005 4:11 PM # 
When driving to JFK on Tuesday, I noticed a sign on the freeway: "Idling laws strictly enforced - 3 minutes maximum"

So, I guess that means if you are sitting completely still on the freeway for 3 minutes, you're required to turn off the car.

Boy is traffic getting bad there. Now they have to have laws about how to correctly park your car on a freeway...

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