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It depends on what the injury is. I've gotten injuries from shoes that were too squishy, too thin, too thick. It's true.

However, most of my injures have come from bad form.

PS - I've always hate beefy shoes with big heels, and even if I pronated 360 degrees I wouldn't run in them, so zero-drop is fine by me.

5 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.outsideonline.com/fitness/bodywork/in-stride/Blame-the-Runner-Shoes-Dont-Cause-Injuries-.htmlundefined

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It doesn't matter whether, as Reid says, that there were "a tremendous number of people who wanted" socialized care. "Want" doesn't enter into it, because such a program just be FORCED onto people.

The point is that single-payer would use stolen dollars (taxes) or fake dollars (extra Fed credit) to force people to fund the goals and needs of others. It will eventually outlaw choice altogether. It would violate our rights even more than the current system does.

All because its advocates are all avoiding and lying about the the history of health care, which is that it has gotten progressively worse every time government gets involved, and has not been a "free market" for decades. Therefore markets could not have possibly caused our problems.

Americans need to stand up for their right to choose products, and free the market, not put it in chains.

1 year, 1 month ago on Reid says Obamacare just a step toward eventual single-payer system

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Hmm, only 11 year, I'd BETTER live that long. Seriously.

1 year, 10 months ago on Mars One Project: "Humans Will Live On Mars In 2023"

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I'm totally in -- if I live that long. Anyone up for trail running on Olympus Mons?

1 year, 10 months ago on Mars One Project: "Humans Will Live On Mars In 2023"

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 @GypsyKing Power -- and the fact that something is currently done -- does not = the right to do it.

2 years, 2 months ago on A Beating on Everest Raises Tensions in Tibet - Page 1 | Mount Everest | OutsideOnline.com

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This incident is preposterous and unjust, and I can't believe people support the mountain thug team on this one.

 

Permits are nothing more than a government racket, so I have only a very faint sense of outrage for a climber who tries to summit without one. Any outrage is based solely an appeal to fairness to other climbers who did pay, and to respect for the pseudo-property-ownership that governments unjustly wield over natural spaces in every country on earth. By what right to governments charge for access to the earth? Answer: there is no right.

 

And I mean we're talking about China here, a dictatorship with no due process where minor infractions and mere criticisms of the state can end your life as you know it. Ridiculous.

2 years, 2 months ago on A Beating on Everest Raises Tensions in Tibet - Page 1 | Mount Everest | OutsideOnline.com

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