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I ran a 10K Time Trial yesterday just to see where I stand before I start my spring training cycle. My goal was to break 40 minutes and I ran 39:35. Two seconds faster than my best time ever that I ran 7 years ago. I’m probably not as fast as I was then but shoes are much better and worth 30-45 second IMO. But I am in great shape for winter. My coach has a broad range of athletes from all over the world. Some Olympians that are running in Tokyo, a lot of potential Olympic Trial runners, and age groupers like me. Everyone good but some just good for their age like me.

I took off WAY too hard and by mile two I knew it was going to hurt. And I still had 5 miles to go. There’s nothing more painful than being out of gas one mile into a 6 mile run. I was thinking to myself, “Maybe I fake an injury” but that’s not my style. Then I thought “just jog it out, it’s not like anyone cares” but I know it was only going to hurt for a half hour and me being pissed at myself for not trying would last weeks. So I held on and ate the pain and finished. I finished last in our group of 4 and Rachael our best runner ran 5:40 pace and basically ran two 17:30 5Ks back to back. She was flying. Of course she’s a little younger and one of the top 300 women in the US. She just happens to run with me. My coach also has a runner that ran a 37 minute 5K at 5:59 pace. Which is good but this guy is 65. Yep 65. Gives me hope that I can still get faster. I’ve gotten faster for 13 years in a row now and I know it’s going to end eventually. But after watching a few of the runners in our group there’s hope that I have another decade of improvement.

I know its possible because I don’t do a lot of things I should be doing. Eating better, more water, stretching, less work. I do all this during the summer but slack the rest of the year. That’s why it will be interesting to come back in August and see what I can run when I shed 10 lbs and get in great shape. My guess is 38 something. We’ll see. I’ll pretend like someone else cares 🙂

On to the domains

Quote of the Day: “Some people are born on third base and go through life thinking they hit a triple.” — Barry Switzer

Domain of the Day: “Make Your Market”

Remember to click the links to see the current prices and if you are going to pay for a name do it while visiting It pays for the gas to run the ship. Names at Auction or Available for Pickup are creeping up in price every month. This one could hit $7-800 Automated transcription program would live here nicely Nice to see plant names getting bids. I hand regged some back in the day. I think Kate actually had regged Hydrangea They’ll make a comeback 2009 birthday which is ancient for dot vc

Namejet, Sedo, and Names at Auction One of best catches yet Bowtie but also a word in Portuguese. No bids at $79. No reserve Could be Elon’s next kid Sedo expiry names don’t get a lot of eyeballs so this one has no bids. That won’t last long now that its here Closes today. Not a lot of history of geos and dot io but one of the most popular cities in the world Taken in 143 extensions. Great even without the Yellow Taken in 93 extensions. Fits well with the dot io Sounds like a CRISPR company I think honey wine is going to gain in popularity. Because there will be a sports team with this name eventually No bids. I would imagine people want their tax returns does quicker This one has 84 bidders

Godaddy Domains With Bids Top number of bids on the Godaddy board today 132 companies that have some form of this as their name. Billion dollar industry Seems like an Instagram add on or tool You know I like bee names It’s going to cross $1K Taken in 116 extensions Interesting business model. But you do get so attatched I get them some times A new flex seal product Online photography courses,, and Three names with repeating letters Cupcakes still trendy? Official enough that people will think this is a government site

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids aka Deep F’n Value

The Rest of the Godaddy Domains with Bids

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