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Nathan Anderson
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Thank you Oakland!!! I spent the summer in the bay area rooting for the A's as well as my beloved Cubbies and it looks like it paid off!! Now lets get that playoff at home. Go cubs go!

http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/baseball/cubs/ct-cubs-earn-playoff-berth-20150925-story.html?14432436519146
Cubs clinch first playoff berth since 2008 thanks to Giants’ loss
It took some help from the Oakland Athletics late Friday night, but the Chicago Cubs received their first National League playoff berth since 2008.
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For the last Fare Thee Well show, the band hits its stride at the presumable end
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Really great energy last night! I feel so fortunate to have been one of the 70k+ that got to be there!
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Excellent article!!
For the last Fare Thee Well show, the band hits its stride at the presumable end
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Great Job Nate Dog!!!
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I say the owner of that accura dealership is pretty salty.
A wall collapsed at the Morton Salt building in Goose Island Tuesday afternoon, spilling salt over cars at an Acura dealership but causing no injuries, officials said.
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Could be.
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This explains a lot.
 
Why Americans don't hear more about what happens in the rest of the world:
Alisa Miller, head of Public Radio International, talks about why — though we want to know more about the world than ever — the US media is actually showing less. Eye-opening stats and graphs.
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Very interesting
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Nathan just finished a Runtastic run of 6.64 mi in 50m 02s

https://www.runtastic.com
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That's great Nate!!
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Did you see El Capitian, the beautiful cliff captured by Ansel Adams.
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Connemara Ultra Marathon (39.3 mi) Completed in 5:55:39. Stunning course and a load of amazing sheep cheering you on!
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Call me up Nate Dogg.. 
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Just registeted for the connemara ultra, all 39.3 miles of it. Any ultra training tips and nutrition would be helpful. Thanks.
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+Nathan Anderson So I know that most training plans lead up to a run   (in your case 28 miles) which is obviously quite a bit shorter than 40.   The same for most marathon plans.  Personally, as a running luddite, and if I have the time, I always try to get a real distance run in before.  Then I know that 100% I can make the distance on the day, unless I behave like an idiot.  But I recognise my advice seems contrary to accepted wisdom!  I think it mostly depends on your /recovery rate/ and time available.  But I'm still sure you will make it & for a first ultra you just need to go slowly so you finish in comfort.  Then on the second ultra you can go for a time!  Oh and last tip.  Sort out your music for the day, I'm assuming you'll carry an player, and for me I have a waterproofing strategy (for the player) if it's torrential rain on the day.
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Made it to 150 mi in December! Bring on 2015! Happy New year everyone. Have a nice evening where ever it may take you.
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I use the free version of runtastic +Andrew Harkness​. It is quite accurate, used it during the Dublin marathon and it came in at 26.28 miles or something.
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Nice. Hopefully the Bears put up a fight. They've been looking bad this year
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A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.
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Belief is a wise wager. Granted that faith cannot be proved, what harm will come to you if you gamble on its truth and it proves false? If you gain, you gain all; if you lose, you lose nothing. Wager, then, without hesitation, that He exists.

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PB 39.3 Ultra Marathon 5:55:39 Connemarathon 12/3/2015 PB Marathon 3:49:30 Dublin Marathon Oct. 27, 2014 PB half marathon 1:38:20 Dublin Half Marathon September 20, 2014
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Transportation and Bridges Engineer
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CAD, Geotechnics, Structural Mechanics, Structural Detail and Design, Concrete Design, Surveying
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Chicago, IL, USA - Elgin, IL, USA - Elkhart, IN, USA - Norristown, PA, USA - Livermore, CA, USA
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