>A Comparison

May 19, 2009 § 5 Comments

>Runners World…

vs. Ultrarunning:

I love my sport….And its not-scantily clad-older- and often eccentric participants.
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§ 5 Responses to >A Comparison

  • fbg says:

    >Didn’t you once say, in reference to a particular woman ultramarathoner, you’d rather be cuter, but be a little slower?Let’s see you talk your way out of this one!

  • alyssa says:

    >well, first, it was in reference to a particular woman triathlete.But still, I think we all realize that good looks and a dazzling personality are number one to me. However, it’s nice that they aren’t number one in the eyes of my sport. I may be shallow, but at least my sport is not.Booyah.

  • RM says:

    >Difference:Runner’s World sells magazines and makes money; Ultra Runner does not.This doesn’t matter to you, but it matters in the scheme of business. I really don’t care one way or another.But Brian is absolutely correct.Besides, you watch The Hills, read goss rags, etc.

  • fbg says:

    >Alyssa, if good looks and a dazzling personality are number one to you, we all know that means your sport is number two.

  • alyssa says:

    >touche.watching the Hills and liking gossip has nothing to do with liking ultrarunning and disliking Runners World.

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