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Discussion in 'Drivetrain, Exhaust and Electrical' started by Mad Hatter, Jan 16, 2019.
Also if you don't get caught....
Someone famous once said "blippin' ain't cheatin' "
I remember that discussion.... Lots of negative comments about real men heel/toe ..ing etc..... next thing you know, they all had one!
Hello, my name is Kirk... I'm a blipper.
Old school bro, I still gotta heel and toe!
Lol. Well, real men don't need electronic gizmos to have real fun!
I may resemble some of those comments.
Seriously, though, I'm flat footed and need to stretch the lateral gastrocnemius regularly anyway. Certainly helps with my style of rolling the foot over and bending the ankle laterally more than just flexing it.
. I'm just old. Not so sure about old school!
No wonder I like you Grant, I am flat footed also..........plus I am really impressed you can spell lateral gastrocnemius, left alone rotate it!
I gotta thank my high school PE teacher. Built and looked a bit like Hulk Hogan. You did what he said. Even if it's to memorize muscle groups! We called him 'King' Jack.
Heel n Toe pros are surely gifted .....My Gym teacher in high school was named Phillip Ness . He signed our yearbooks...P Ness...Always wondered if he did that on purpose??????????
Wow your Gym Teacher sure was a Dick..........................sorry could not resist.
Still laugh about it all these yrs just in case he didn't realize what he was doing..............
Coach P Ness
By the way, since we are off the subject , how did you get the nickname of the Mad Hatter? Heh, this is really not that personal, since I had the distinction of being the Mad Hatter in my famous 6th Grade Acting debut!
Actually its because I like to wear a big ass hat at the track.... And most people say I'm a little mad so.....
My previous nickname was Splatter.... but I did not think it was track appropriate!!
Good thought, MadHat is a better moniker for the track!
You mean Richard. Richard Head.
Ha! I remember that one too...waaaaaaay back when.
As long as that doesn't mean "angry", you'll be alright. Everybody is a "little mad" sometyme...............
Got to be Happy at the track (almost always...) and we are all a little mad to be doing this!
The adrenaline rush that comes with it is worth every lap........