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Sorry for the week gap in putting anything up on here. Been busy with things, like work, running, taxes, and getting ready for fantasy baseball season. It’s hard to believe that I’m already done with six weeks of training for marathon #2 (meaning it’s less than 10 weeks away!). I did an 11 mile run on Saturday and my left knee is not happy with me right now. It’s the same injury that put a damper on my training for marathon #1. I’m hoping it doesn’t affect me too much since I’m already a bit behind from being sick earlier in the month. My first race of the year is only two weeks away, the Shamrock 15K (a 9.3 mi race for the non-metric folks). Hard to believe it’s almost March. New Years does not seem that long ago. I am currently at 115 miles run so far in 2006. A little behind the pace I wanted to be at, but not bad.

This weekend I finally saw ‘The 40 Year Old Virgin‘ which was hilarious. Steve Carell was excellent, as was the rest of the cast, including Seth Rogen who seems to be director Judd Apatow’s best friend since he’s starred in all of his projects (and has been great in all of them). Some classic lines will come from this movie. If anyone rents this, I highly recommend checking out the deleted scenes. I know, I usually don’t even bother with these, but there is some great stuff that was cut out of this movie. In particular, there is a very extended “You know how I know you’re gay?” discussion between Rogen and Paul Rudd that had me crying with laughter.

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