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Kim and I were talking to one of the neighbors last night. She mentioned to us that the neighbor on the other side had told her that I must be "feebleminded or a bit retarded" because I have "all those trains" and make wooden toys. /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/doze.gif

See what you get for not following the crowd like a lemming? BTW, his 4YO daughter LOVES my trains, lol.
 

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Each to his own!:D
 

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Hmmm, lets see....

BS in biology
BS in Chemistry
MS in Biochem
Own and operate my own small business producing nutritional products for athletes.
Run a retail cycling department for a major outdoor retailer
Big train set in my backyard....

Yep, I'm feebleminded as well..
Jump right in, the water's fine.
 

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Could be worse. You could have trains and be a long distance runner like myself. So not only do I play trains outside in the dirt, but I run from stuff that's not chasing me!**

** That's what my Father in law always says about me. The truth is that I AM running away from something: the fat guy who lives in my head and loves to eat donuts! Mmmmm....donut....

Honest! I am actually working out some details on how to ride the 30+ miles to work one way on a bicycle. A challenge, yes. Impossible, no. Feebleminded or just plain psychotic? I'm no p-sy-chi-a-trist, so I'll leave it up to them to decide.

Mark
 

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And on top of all that, I hit submit twice and got a double post. Sweet.
 

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I was told upon graduation from highschool that I was not college material. Hmmm BS Pharmacy '65, MS Hospital Pharmacy 78' and a lot of BS inbetween. My dad always told folkls that my first words were choo-choo and that I have never stopped. That must be the root cause of my feeblemindness. Mik, I added your website to my favorites.
Choo-Choo Noel
 

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Posted By markoles on 07/08/2008 11:31 AM
Honest! I am actually working out some details on how to ride the 30+ miles to work one way on a bicycle. A challenge, yes. Impossible, no.


Among the other stuff I coach cycling as well.. If you're already in good running shape the 30 miles should take you about an hour 45 or so (assuming you have a descent road bike).
Drop me a line if you have any questions or need any pointers.
 

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You wear them with flip flops?

I'm told, by a psychologist, that I got 3 college degrees because of my mental disability.
 

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Posted By Torby on 07/09/2008 6:40 AM
You wear them with flip flops?
I'm told, by a psychologist, that I got 3 college degrees because of my mental disability.







Worse, Birkenstock clogs. But I wear them for everything from work to pulling the motor out of a truck. I have one pair with CHAIN SAW damage to one of them.....

...hmm, maybe I should not admit that outloud.
 

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Posted By markoles on 07/08/2008 11:31 AM
Could be worse. You could have trains and be a long distance runner like myself. So not only do I play trains outside in the dirt, but I run from stuff that's not chasing me!**
** That's what my Father in law always says about me. The truth is that I AM running away from something: the fat guy who lives in my head and loves to eat donuts! Mmmmm....donut....
Honest! I am actually working out some details on how to ride the 30+ miles to work one way on a bicycle. A challenge, yes. Impossible, no. Feebleminded or just plain psychotic? I'm no p-sy-chi-a-trist, so I'll leave it up to them to decide.
Mark






I have a fat guy that lives in my head too. He likes to eat Buritos and all kinds of fatining food. Last Super Bowl he called up all his firends and invited them over for a Party. I gained 15 LBS
 

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The Fat Guy in my head loves Wendy's Tripples with Cheese and a Frosty instead of that low-calorie soda!! Better Biggie SIze it just for good measure. No joke, when I was in high school, after races I'd go to McDeath and get the Big Mac meal and two cheeseburgers to go along with it. Awesome.
 
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