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I just read the story about Robert Massaroni on Philly.com. And he was a black belt as well. You never know.

On a lighter note, this older reader has just restarted my running program. Up to 4.3 every other day. Since I'm on the road most of the time, I try to find neighborhoods to run in. I find it helps connect me to the people I work with.

Joe and Tim -- I read about it in the paper yesterday. His heart gave up, it could happen to anyone at any time, we just don't know. Yes, poetic and sad -- all the more reason to celebrate each day with a renewed sense of possibility.

Valeria- You can't be serious? A runner dropped dead at the finish? That is so poetic- tragic and terrible, but poetic just the same. It's like a Greek tragedy. As Joe stated, I just hope that he died knowing he finished his goal. My heart breaks at the thought.

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