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  • NumberCruncher
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    As trite as the saying is, young man was shot out of a cannon!

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  • joeltetreault
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    What a leg by Dix in the Penn 4x100 just now!

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  • gh
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    apparently law dude isn't going to either!

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  • 26mi235
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    Originally posted by gh
    last time I did that Heath Ledger showed up.
    Heath isn't going to show up now or you really have special powers.

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  • gh
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    last time I did that Heath Ledger showed up.

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  • Daisy
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    Originally posted by gh
    hmmm.... has been a while since I remember law dude chiming in here.
    He was on a recent thread (USTAF claimed "masters track and field" is under their copyright). Don't you have some kind of search light you shine in the sky to get him to contribute here?

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  • gh
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    hmmm.... has been a while since I remember law dude chiming in here. Maybe he knows something about contract law.

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  • Daisy
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    Originally posted by gh
    and there's no prize money involved for whomever is his agent to claim a share of.
    Can't believe that the lawyers can or even want to stop him "working" because of this dispute. Are they seeking revenge or justice?

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  • gh
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    and there's no prize money involved for whomever is his agent to claim a share of.

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  • texas_speed
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    He's running at Penn on the 4x1. I'm guessing that's allowed because of contractual obligations to Nike though....

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  • gh
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    as noted above, he's in a contract dispute, with the attendant suggestion that until he solves it, he can't run in any money meets. (Although one would hope that there are cooler heads prevailing somewhere, and if that's true, he be allowed to run so long as the money goes into escrow somewhere.)

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  • Dave
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    When is Dix' next race? 10.0 with a headwind is a very promising start to the season.

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  • Daisy
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    Originally posted by tandfman
    Are people in warmer climes immune from the aging process? :roll:
    No, but the cold has an effect too.

    Originally posted by Marlow
    No, we're like fine wine; we're just getting better.
    As to fine wines, some get left on the shelf too long. Those end up sour and bitter, some are even repugnant.

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  • Marlow
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    Originally posted by tandfman
    Are people in warmer climes immune from the aging process? :roll:
    No, we're like fine wine; we're just getting better.

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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by Daisy
    Originally posted by skiboo
    Sorry, but the thread title is kind of close to withered dix. :P
    You must live up in the cold north to be thinking about that. Remember marlow lives in warmer climes and never has to worry about such things.
    Are people in warmer climes immune from the aging process? :roll:

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