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(Bitten and Bound)   Pamela Anderson completes NYC marathon in under six hours. Officials give her an A for effort, a C for hepatitis   (bittenandbound.com) divider line 74
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2013-11-04 09:02:58 AM
According to her fundraising page, Pam raised nearly $76,000 for the J/P Haitian Relief Organization, which aims to save lives and bring sustainable programs to the impoverished Caribbean nation devastated by the 2010 earthquake.

Good for her on all counts!
 
2013-11-04 09:13:24 AM
Was it all done in slow-motion?
 
2013-11-04 09:20:59 AM
Officials give her an A for effort, a C for hepatitis

And a 'D' for...

/obv joke is obv
 
2013-11-04 09:28:37 AM

gopher321: Officials give her an A for effort, a C for hepatitis

And a 'D' for...

/obv joke is obv


I would have said like a double F at least.
 
2013-11-04 09:40:41 AM

xanadian: Was it all done in slow-motion?


I'll sweep up and get the lights.  We're done here.
 
2013-11-04 09:56:26 AM
No snark: good for her.
 
2013-11-04 09:57:39 AM
Good on her for raising money for charity, but at a 12 minute pace I wouldn't call finishing noteworthy, and wouldn't say "ran" a marathon.
 
2013-11-04 09:59:16 AM

liam76: Good on her for raising money for charity, but at a 12 minute pace I wouldn't call finishing noteworthy, and wouldn't say "ran" a marathon.


I'd bet you're in the minority on that.
 
2013-11-04 10:01:35 AM
12 minute pace is 5.0 mph which is the speed I run at on the treadmill.
 
2013-11-04 10:01:39 AM
How is this noteworthy? It cannot be her first marath....oh, marathon like, running, marathon. I...I was thinking something different. My boner and I will depart now.
 
2013-11-04 10:10:39 AM

The Muthaship: liam76: Good on her for raising money for charity, but at a 12 minute pace I wouldn't call finishing noteworthy, and wouldn't say "ran" a marathon.

I'd bet you're in the minority on that.


no kidding.
 
2013-11-04 10:12:07 AM

bdub77: gopher321: Officials give her an A for effort, a C for hepatitis

And a 'D' for...

/obv joke is obv

I would have said like a double F at least.


I thought she had those taken out? Or was that Carmen Electra?
 
2013-11-04 10:12:53 AM
Either way I can't imagine running 26 miles with extra weights flopping around on my chest.
 
2013-11-04 10:16:50 AM

xanadian: Was it all done in slow-motion?


well done, well done.
 
2013-11-04 10:19:53 AM

liam76: Good on her for raising money for charity, but at a 12 minute pace I wouldn't call finishing noteworthy, and wouldn't say "ran" a marathon.


And here we see in his natural habitat, the unfortunately non-rare species of "runner ITG". If we keep very quiet, we can peer at his bio where we find his very own description of the most notable thing about him: "I'm white."
 
2013-11-04 10:20:32 AM

CheetahOlivetti: liam76: Good on her for raising money for charity, but at a 12 minute pace I wouldn't call finishing noteworthy, and wouldn't say "ran" a marathon.

And here we see in his natural habitat, the unfortunately non-rare species of "runner ITG". If we keep very quiet, we can peer at his bio where we find his very own description of the most notable thing about him: "I'm white."


And here I was calling him a minority.....
 
2013-11-04 10:26:02 AM

Arkanaut: bdub77: gopher321: Officials give her an A for effort, a C for hepatitis

And a 'D' for...

/obv joke is obv

I would have said like a double F at least.

I thought she had those taken out? Or was that Carmen Electra?


Heidi Montag
 
2013-11-04 10:26:41 AM
So she was walking?
 
2013-11-04 10:29:32 AM
Nothing to say except congrats, Pam...you did good!
 
2013-11-04 10:30:29 AM
Wow, good for her.  As for her time, I've run a 5k in 20 min flat (this year), and a half marathon in 1:40 (less recently), but my shins or something always give out when I try to get up into the marathon distances, so I've never run a full one.  That's despite being a decade younger than her.

I also raised a whopping $300 for my last race.

So brava.
 
2013-11-04 10:32:38 AM
Well done. Good for you!
 
2013-11-04 10:34:06 AM
Looking at the race result it is amazing an 80 year old women finished in 5 hours 11 minutes and a 74 year old man finished in 3 hours 24 minutes. I hope to be in that kind of shape at their age.
 
2013-11-04 10:37:48 AM
Pamela Anderson running?  I'm surprised her tits didn't tear off her chest.
 
2013-11-04 10:39:26 AM

gnosis301: Pamela Anderson running?  I'm surprised her tits didn't tear off her chest.


maybe she got a really strong sports bra to help hold them puppies down.
 
2013-11-04 10:39:59 AM

CheetahOlivetti: liam76: Good on her for raising money for charity, but at a 12 minute pace I wouldn't call finishing noteworthy, and wouldn't say "ran" a marathon.

And here we see in his natural habitat, the unfortunately non-rare species of "runner ITG". If we keep very quiet, we can peer at his bio where we find his very own description of the most notable thing about him: "I'm white."


Yeah, when I meet people irl who claim to have "run" a marathon above a 12 minute pace I question the lable of "run".

It isn't the most notable thing, somebody made the assumption that I was black in some thread so I put that up there.


Carth: So she was walking?


Careful, pointing out whe was slightly faster than abrisk walk upsets some people.
 
2013-11-04 10:43:41 AM

that was my nickname in highschool: Wow, good for her.  As for her time, I've run a 5k in 20 min flat (this year), and a half marathon in 1:40 (less recently), but my shins or something always give out when I try to get up into the marathon distances, so I've never run a full one.


I used to have problems like that, do you have shoes with a lot of cushioning?

Switching to shoes with less cushioning forced me to fix some form problems that were contributing to joint pain while running.
 
2013-11-04 10:57:56 AM

liam76: that was my nickname in highschool: Wow, good for her.  As for her time, I've run a 5k in 20 min flat (this year), and a half marathon in 1:40 (less recently), but my shins or something always give out when I try to get up into the marathon distances, so I've never run a full one.

I used to have problems like that, do you have shoes with a lot of cushioning?

Switching to shoes with less cushioning forced me to fix some form problems that were contributing to joint pain while running.



I cycle shoes every other run: Nike Free Runs and a heavy pair of New Balance trail runners.
 
2013-11-04 11:03:08 AM
Years ago I ran a marathon just to say I did it.  Had an unremarkable time of 4:29.  There were people passing me that were smoking during the marathon.  Good for her for raising money, but the time posted is pretty much awful.


//Hit the wall at mile 20, and my knees took a year to recover.
 
2013-11-04 11:03:55 AM

liam76: CheetahOlivetti: liam76: Good on her for raising money for charity, but at a 12 minute pace I wouldn't call finishing noteworthy, and wouldn't say "ran" a marathon.

And here we see in his natural habitat, the unfortunately non-rare species of "runner ITG". If we keep very quiet, we can peer at his bio where we find his very own description of the most notable thing about him: "I'm white."

Yeah, when I meet people irl who claim to have "run" a marathon above a 12 minute pace I question the lable of "run".

It isn't the most notable thing, somebody made the assumption that I was black in some thread so I put that up there.


Carth: So she was walking?

Careful, pointing out whe was slightly faster than abrisk walk upsets some people.


Check her splits, Looks like she was doing pretty well until somewhere between 30 and 35k (as most first timers do).
 
2013-11-04 11:04:57 AM
Looking okay in this pic. Lately the pics I've seen of her show her not smiling and looking kind of haggard.

www.bittenandbound.com
 
2013-11-04 11:13:51 AM
The unedited footage of her running is going to be shown on Fox as the Bay Watch Christmas Special
 
2013-11-04 11:15:20 AM

liam76: Good on her for raising money for charity, but at a 12 minute pace I wouldn't call finishing noteworthy, and wouldn't say "ran" a marathon.


Well, the front half of her ran it in 5hrs 30 mins, but the ass didn't cross until 5hrs 32 mins
 
2013-11-04 11:19:37 AM
Hepatitis C? Why not Hepatitis A?

/dragon mom
 
2013-11-04 11:25:38 AM
No one asked whether or not she had two black eyes when she was done?

For shame, Fark, for shame.


Aside: good for her; I wouldn't run a mile if my hair was on fire
 
2013-11-04 11:30:42 AM
I have the same reaction to someone running a marathon in 4 hours as I do to someone running a marathon in 6 hours.
 
2013-11-04 11:37:06 AM
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2013-11-04 11:37:42 AM
Hey. Good for her. I ran the half in Hamilton, Ontario yesterday finishing under 2. And it's an easy run. It gets harder the older you get, and she's over 45. She must have put in some serious training. Again, give her some respect. 99% of people never run further then the end of the driveway.
 
2013-11-04 11:50:26 AM

indarwinsshadow: Hey. Good for her. I ran the half in Hamilton, Ontario yesterday finishing under 2. And it's an easy run. It gets harder the older you get, and she's over 45. She must have put in some serious training. Again, give her some respect. 99% of people never run further then the end of the driveway.


If you put in serious training and your marathon time approached six hours you should fire any trainer you have.
 
2013-11-04 11:50:27 AM

indarwinsshadow: Hey. Good for her. I ran the half in Hamilton, Ontario yesterday finishing under 2. And it's an easy run. It gets harder the older you get, and she's over 45. She must have put in some serious training. Again, give her some respect. 99% of people never run further then the end of the driveway.


Nice - I was in the same race and finished about 4 steps ahead of the 2:00 pace bunny.
 
2013-11-04 11:50:51 AM

Glenford: liam76: CheetahOlivetti: liam76: Good on her for raising money for charity, but at a 12 minute pace I wouldn't call finishing noteworthy, and wouldn't say "ran" a marathon.

And here we see in his natural habitat, the unfortunately non-rare species of "runner ITG". If we keep very quiet, we can peer at his bio where we find his very own description of the most notable thing about him: "I'm white."

Yeah, when I meet people irl who claim to have "run" a marathon above a 12 minute pace I question the lable of "run".

It isn't the most notable thing, somebody made the assumption that I was black in some thread so I put that up there.


Carth: So she was walking?

Careful, pointing out whe was slightly faster than abrisk walk upsets some people.

Check her splits, Looks like she was doing pretty well until somewhere between 30 and 35k (as most first timers do).


I dont see any "good" times after 20k on her splits. Good for her on completing the race and raising the money, but the time isnt brag-worthy. I do suspect that this is news because her time is public and she isnt the one making a big deal of it.

/not a fast runner but if I wanted to do a marathon, I wouldnt bother unless I could sustain at least a 12 min/mi avg during my long runs
//cant decide if its sad or great that practically anyone with pain management and perseverance is encouraged to enroll in marathon races now
 
2013-11-04 12:08:44 PM

that was my nickname in highschool: liam76: that was my nickname in highschool: Wow, good for her.  As for her time, I've run a 5k in 20 min flat (this year), and a half marathon in 1:40 (less recently), but my shins or something always give out when I try to get up into the marathon distances, so I've never run a full one.

I used to have problems like that, do you have shoes with a lot of cushioning?

Switching to shoes with less cushioning forced me to fix some form problems that were contributing to joint pain while running.


I cycle shoes every other run: Nike Free Runs and a heavy pair of New Balance trail runners.


Some of the Nike Free runs have lots of cushion.

It might be worth while to try something more minimialist if you use one of the cushiony ones, especially if you are a heel striker.
 
2013-11-04 12:18:40 PM

liam76: Some of the Nike Free runs have lots of cushion.

It might be worth while to try something more minimialist if you use one of the cushiony ones, especially if you are a heel striker.



Just as long as I don't have to wear something articulated toes.  Because I'm exactly the kind of person you would expect to wear those, and I hate that.
 
2013-11-04 12:25:34 PM

H31N0US: I have the same reaction to someone running a marathon in 4 hours as I do to someone running a marathon in 6 hours.


6 hours means you're stuck being uncomfortable for two hours longer.

I "ran" a marathon once, won't make that mistake again.

/3:43.. I think.
 
2013-11-04 12:41:08 PM

you have pee hands: I "ran" a marathon once, won't make that mistake again.


Same here.  I wish I would have done more than a weeks worth of training for it as my end result would have been more respectable, but it's a thing that's been done, never to be done again.
 
2013-11-04 12:58:05 PM

gnosis301: Pamela Anderson running?  I'm surprised her tits didn't tear off her chest.


Fake tits don't move.
 
2013-11-04 12:59:36 PM

skinink: Looking okay in this pic. Lately the pics I've seen of her show her not smiling and looking kind of haggard.

[www.bittenandbound.com image 462x352]


Didn't she used to have eyebrows? What's up with the alien face?
 
2013-11-04 01:28:48 PM

indarwinsshadow: Hey. Good for her. I ran the half in Hamilton, Ontario yesterday finishing under 2. And it's an easy run. It gets harder the older you get, and she's over 45. She must have put in some serious training. Again, give her some respect. 99% of people never run further then the end of the driveway.


Her "training" was reported and was a serious joke.

She's probably in decent "shape", or at least not obese.  Any person can cover 26.2 miles if you give them enough time.
 
2013-11-04 01:29:53 PM

H31N0US: I have the same reaction to someone running a marathon in 4 hours as I do to someone running a marathon in 6 hours.


I generally get done in 1.5 hours but I use a racing wheelchair and can often be back in my hotel room by the time the Kenyans are finishing.
 
2013-11-04 01:37:08 PM

unfarkingbelievable: skinink: Looking okay in this pic. Lately the pics I've seen of her show her not smiling and looking kind of haggard.

[www.bittenandbound.com image 462x352]

Didn't she used to have eyebrows? What's up with the alien face?


She looks terrific.
 
2013-11-04 01:44:45 PM

Arkanaut: bdub77: gopher321: Officials give her an A for effort, a C for hepatitis

And a 'D' for...

/obv joke is obv

I would have said like a double F at least.

I thought she had those taken out? Or was that Carmen Electra?


i think she had em taken out, then put back in later. can't remember for sure, though.
 
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