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(Herald Tribune (SW Florida))   Jogging for freedom: Three-hour charity obstacle course run includes the traditional handcuffed run through dense brush. New features this year include hiding from a helicopter and dodging the dog   ( divider line
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2006-08-17 08:21:37 AM  
I love how the schools react in this story. It seems a bit like overraction to me.
2006-08-17 08:59:57 AM  
I sponsored him on behalf of the taxpayers of America. We're a nonprofit group that gives 20% of our income to social servants.
2006-08-17 09:49:37 AM  
yet another reason to hate dogs
2006-08-17 09:53:55 AM  
Run Forrest, run!
2006-08-17 09:57:35 AM  
Brilliant waste of resources on a man who had a revoked license and a child custody violation. I'm waiting to see a multi-state manhunt for parking violations.

/wait, there's a knock at my front door...
2006-08-17 09:58:21 AM  
The schools went into lockdown over guy whose crime against humanity was driving on a revoked license? Holy Overeaction Batman!
2006-08-17 10:00:02 AM  
In related news, is anyone else super-excited for the second season of "Prison Break?"
2006-08-17 10:02:56 AM  
OK I read that headline "3-hour chastity obstacle course"
/more coffee for me
2006-08-17 10:07:41 AM  
TFA: "... notify thousands of Venice-area parents of the incident through a telephone alert system."

Interesting. I wonder how many communities use this, and to what affect? What if a few kew parents were at soccer practice or running from coppers?
2006-08-17 10:10:34 AM  
Yeah, I did a handcuffed run for freedom one time on a drunken bender. Boy did I ever get a beatdown from the PD. Those were the times....
2006-08-17 10:17:17 AM  
Am I the only one that read the headline and thought cool? I thought there was some kind of crazy-assed, actual charity race themed after the Fugitive or something. Then I was very disappointed the article was just about a retard that ran because of an expired license.
2006-08-17 10:19:49 AM  
"I believe it's jogging or yogging. it might be a soft j. I'm not sure..."
2006-08-17 10:29:55 AM  
What we've got here is failure to communicate. Some men you just can't reach, so you get what we had here last week which is the way he wants it. Well, he gets it. And I don't like it any more than you men.
2006-08-17 10:37:14 AM  
You run one time, you got yourself a set of chains. You run twice you got yourself two sets. You ain't gonna need no third set, 'cause you gonna get your mind right.
2006-08-17 01:03:21 PM  
I love how the schools react in this story. It seems a bit like overraction to me.

What would they have done if someone had brought mercury to school? You can evacuate and lockdown at the same time,
Head's will asplode.

/like the headline
//stuck the landing
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