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Poster: stumbler
Subject: RE: Is 100 beers, 100 miles, 100 working hours in 1 week the ultimate challenge in the alcohol running world?
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Doing the math, let's start with 168 hrs in a week. If the 100 miles were run at an average of 7 minutes per mile, they would take 11.7 hrs. Thus,

168 - (100 hrs of work) - (11.7 hrs running) = 56 hrs to drink 100 beers and sleep

If you slept 4 hrs per night (28 hrs for the week), that would leave 28 hrs to drink 100 beer. This would leave you ~3.6 min per beer, assuming that you drank constantly every waking moment.

Obviously, this model assumes a job in which one is not allowed to drink at work.

I'm going to say it's something no one should ever try, unless you hate your job and want to go out on a weird note.

PS: I have worked > 100 hr weeks in the past.
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