Splits for my second duathlon:
First 2k run: 6:14 First Transition: 0:43 20k bike: 38:10 Second Transition: 0:41 Second 5k run: 21:57 Total: 1:07:47 Do you see that? 6:14 for 2k? That’s less than 1:15 per lap around a track. Which is under a five-minute mile. Holy shit, I never thought I’d break five minutes again, nevermind at the beginning of an hour long race. I’m so stoked right now! :D
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Plans are nothing; planning is everything.– Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Telling my brother to go to sleep over AIM.
Me: now GO TO BED CHILD
Me: BEFORE I FART
Me: IN YOUR GENERAL
Paul: One must count to 3
Paul: not to 1
Paul: or 4
of my roommate’s girlfriend coming in my room all the time and talking in her whiny dumbass voice. She’s so annoying.
Next time, in Trevor's life!!
togapartytrev: Trevor is excited and slightly scared for the upcoming meet next Saturday. He wants to run about where he left off last year, but that will take some effort for so early in the season. Can he do it? Will he achieve his goal? Stay tuned for the next episode of TREVOR!!! You’re a loser.
Uh, they’re not the same in any fucking way, shape or form. At all. At all....– JON STEWART, reacting to the news media and pundits comparing the protests in Wisconsin to the anti-government protests in Egypt and Tunisia, on The Daily Show. He is correct. (via inothernews)
Splits for my first duathlon:
First two-mile run: 12:18 First transition: 0:36 Twelve-and-a-half mile bike: 38:50 Second transition: 0:28 Second two-mile run: 12:53 Total: 1:05:05. Man, there’s a ton of room for improvement. But I’m pretty happy with this. =)
What a weekend
I had. It started at five in the afternoon on Friday, when we began the long, wet drive down to San Diego. The rain pounded us intermittently, as my poor bike sat on the roof of the car. We finally arrived at the Black residence around 11:30. Saturday morning, we went on a sixteen mile bike ride from the house to UC San Diego. What a beautiful ride. We got to ride along the coast for a few...
definitely tell you all about my intensely fun weekend once I’m done being exhausted.
There's a reason
I didn’t plan any new years’ resolutions for myself this year. I have an issue with setting “personality” or “habit” goals with myself. These are by far the hardest parts of myself to change, so I don’t even bother. Why not? Well at this point, I’ve established that setting personality goals is a waste of time because, why change who I am? And as...
I’ll rape this city just to show you...
There's no such thing
as “good enough”.
was a lot of fun. My brother Naser crashed in my dorm Thursday night, then we took off for Irvine the next morning. We blasted music the whole way, drove by the ocean, got cut off by a bus, surprised Johnny, ate sushi and crepes, stayed up hella late, woke up late, ate pizza, played tennis forever on full stomachs, went to the Spectrum, saw The Roommate (dumbest movie ever), talked to a 6 year old...
I said "don't worry,
cause I can’t feel a thing.”
when it comes to friendships, I value consistency the most.
I fell asleep with the lights on and I can see that you’re the first one in a long time that had some faith in me. I tell my friends, it won’t be long before it’s time for me to come back home and It feels like I’m ready for anything, if you can wait for me.
the idea of fate a tough idea to grasp. It’s like what happens after death—there’s no way of knowing what it’s like until you’re there. The same goes for destiny. If you’re given two paths to choose from in your life, you’ll never know what life would’ve been like down the other path. Ever. Is there some higher power or deeper guidance within which leads us to choose a particular path? Once again,...
Britney has been found.
No need to fret anymore, she’s back home safe. Thank you for your concern.
Just before class started.
Other teacher (to students): Listen to this man (Goro). Calculus is important. Differential equations are even more important.
Goro Kato: I think cheesecake is more important!
The cycle of suffering goes on, but memories of you stay strong. Some day, I too will fly, and find you again.
noticed a number of quotes from my calculus professor recently. Truth is, when I grow old, I want to be just like him. Goro Kato is the happiest old man you’ll ever meet. Every day, he walks in with his big cheeky smile and unkempt hair. Currently, he’s undertaking a challenge from his son to reach 155 pounds, so he records his weight on the board to start each class. He then laughs...
I’m a thoroughbred Japanese, but I don’t run very fast.– Goro Kato, my calc professor.