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Running it up the old flagpole

Yesterday I walked past the flag display at our local hospital. The flags were standing straight out from the pole. “Bad cycling weather,” I thought to myself. Recently some friends participated in the Louisville Ironman. The swim is conducted in … Continue reading

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The muscle of evolution

By Christopher Cudworth As a little kid you’re often more closely in contact with nature. Given the amount of time you spend on or near the ground, playing in dirt and among acorns and ants and thistles, you get a better … Continue reading

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We run and ride where zombies are behind the wheel

By Christopher Cudworth Gaper’s block. Rubbernecking. Whether you call it rubbernecking or  gaper’s block, the fact that traffic can back up for miles on an expressway or other road because people slow down to look at a seeming tragedy  is … Continue reading

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Understanding our appetites

By Christopher Cudworth Today we’re here to talk about appetites, so a definition is in order: ap·pe·tite. Noun. A natural desire to satisfy a bodily need, esp. for food. A strong desire or liking for something. Appetites. We all have them, … Continue reading

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