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|Subject: ||RE: Nice Hudson interview about Ritz and American distance|
you're trying to dismiss an argument by starting a new one. not a good way to go.
there are ~ 6 million people in tibet.
there are 300 million people in american and we don't have nearly as many sub-13 or sub-27 5k and 10k runners as the east africans. you're mixing a fruit argument with a salad argument.
walking to school? wrote:
The whole walking-to-school argument is stupid. The entire globe is covered with desperate, third-world countries where walking is the only way to get around. So why is it so hard to find Tibetan and Peruvian marathon runners? (Not to mention the rest of the world.) It's kinda funny that so many posters here are anti-Galloway walking breaks but huge believers in the Kenyan walking-to-school hypothesis.
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