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(Chicago Sun-Times)   For the first time in twenty years, Chicago schools will require children to have daily physical education that doesn't include running home to escape gang violence   ( divider line 53
    More: PSA, CPS, physical education, Chicago Board of Education, Chicago, Armour Elementary, Chicago Teachers Union, elementary schools  
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2014-01-19 01:09:30 AM  
I remember high school, PE for us was last period, and we played tennis for up to 3 hours a day. We looked damn good when we went to state. Then we got drivers licenses and started dating college girls, and life turned about everyone to pudding. I did too for a while, then started riding road bikes, doing multiple 150 milers, centuries, and so forth. back to just  little more than my high school weight. Feeling good, 'cept for the stroke in november. I used to like riding in the middle of nowhere really fast, now I'm a bit leery of it. etter than my last HS reunion, amazed at how many died.
/ 30 years in 2011
2014-01-19 03:16:38 AM  
They're running from the police because they cause the violence.
2014-01-19 06:14:39 PM  

Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: Have you read Running Fast and Injury Free? You'd probably like it, and it's free.

No, I haven't. Thanks!
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