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  1. Is there a need for all the categories? When I look at the joint, I want to see the latest posts. I never go on to look at specific categories. "hmmmmm. Wonder if anyone has posted about blah blah today?" I just look to see what's up. I'm sure anyone who posts here regularly knows the pain of posting a glorious post, only to be knocked off by someone posting in the same category two minutes later. Yes, you can still see the headlines in the list, but it becomes much harder to find. Is it possible to ditch the categories altogether and just go back to a chronological listing of everyt
  2. Speet63

    Yes

    The categories sorting is just another step to take. I still miss the old RW two column style. What about my happiness?
  3. Speet63

    Giving this a try.

    I'm giving this a try. I'm not running as much as I used to run. I no longer consider myself a "runner." I run when time allows and I feel like running. I try to run one "longish" run per week. I do not enter races anymore and I don't follow a training plan. There's much more to my life than running now. I stopped "blooping" a while back because all I do is run when I'm running. Most of the things that happen when I run are forgotten by the time I stop running. I'm going to try to post something once in a while on this site to see if I can get back into the swing of remembering anything that h
  4. Hi loop group! I'm a 57yo male. After a layoff of 27 years, I've gotten back into running. My progress has greatly exceeded my expectations! I never ran a course longer than 5 miles in my previous running life. Was working up to longer distances when I injured a ligament when I was 30. PT sessions were prescribed on two occasions, but neither solved the problem. Then life, career and kids got in the way, so I never tried to rehab the injury after those two PT attempts. Maybe 10 times over the years I tried running, but each time, like clockwork, the crippling pain kicks in after appr
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