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  1. Thread: USA Depth

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    I competed in feet/inches/yards many, many moons...

    I competed in feet/inches/yards many, many moons ago and even though I have been observing and officiating metric for many, many moons, I still have mental benchmarks to convert metric to feet/inches...
  2. Thread: Pan Am Games

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    There is a common sense rule that 5.93 seconds...

    There is a common sense rule that 5.93 seconds is tooooo long in the set position. I am surprised no one raised a hand.
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    I understand that. The post was response to...

    I understand that. The post was response to dukehjsteve question about the Lewis "30 foot long jump",not the 80 Oly TJ.
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    Seems inappropriate to me, even if that is his...

    Seems inappropriate to me, even if that is his opinion.
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    The nationally respected official on the board...

    The nationally respected official on the board who made that call is now deceased. He contended to his death it was a foul jump. The pit officials on seeing a red flag raked the pit which was...
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    That's kinda my philosophy too.

    That's kinda my philosophy too.
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    Apparently my generation did not believe in...

    Apparently my generation did not believe in allergies, got plenty of sunshine an dirt and therefore have none.
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    I agree with gh on the foolishness of the rule.....

    I agree with gh on the foolishness of the rule.. but when did the boffins come to their senses? I first did hop-step-jump in 1952 and I just remember that as one of those long expired "get out of...
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    I had forgotten tth 1980 TJ incident. Probably...

    I had forgotten tth 1980 TJ incident. Probably because US was not involved.
    When was the TJ foot drag discontinued? I have been around a long time and I thought it was prior to 1980.
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    Must leave some mark in the plasticine,...

    Must leave some mark in the plasticine, indicating the "foot touched the ground beyond the foul line".. Many obvious foot fouls do not touch the plasticine while teensy 1mm transgressions will almost...
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    The "Five Civilized Tribes" were all displaced...

    The "Five Civilized Tribes" were all displaced from SE quadrant of North America beginning circa 1840. Prior to that they were displaced by European immigration in the SE and in turn the more...
  12. Thanks for the info..

    Thanks for the info..
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    I believe the Caddo were dominant in N La and E...

    I believe the Caddo were dominant in N La and E Tx in 1800s.
    Choctaw primarily in SE Ok. Chickasaw in south central Ok, Cherokee in NE Ok, Seminole squeezed in Central Ok. Creek (Muscogee) in East...
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    bambam, I summarized my Choctaw/Creek/Comanche...

    bambam, I summarized my Choctaw/Creek/Comanche heritage on the "long time t&f fan thread". Will not repeat it here.

    Jazz, I guess that makes you my historian/biographer.
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    A few years ago, my kids gave me a book, sort of...

    A few years ago, my kids gave me a book, sort of a questionaire, to answer all sorts of questions about things and events in my life. I was surprised by how much I already do not remember.
    What...
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    That is what my kids/grandkids keep telling...

    That is what my kids/grandkids keep telling me...although I am sometime rebuked for my ramblings on here...
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    Yes and Yes. I inherited my athletic "genes"...

    Yes and Yes.

    I inherited my athletic "genes" from my Comanche mother who was a HS basketball star (at the same HS I attended), the only sport available to girls in the time and place when she was...
  18. Thread: KBC Heusden

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    You forgot "you know"

    You forgot "you know"
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    No cage!!!

    No cage!!!
  20. The details are even grittier.

    The details are even grittier.
  21. Well, this forum is nothing if not educational. ...

    Well, this forum is nothing if not educational.

    Coincidentally, Guipahgho (Lone Wolf the Elder, 1820-1879) was born the same year my paternal great-grandfather was born in Cornwall, England.
    ...
  22. Comanche/Choctaw/Creek from my maternal side. I...

    Comanche/Choctaw/Creek from my maternal side. I was born and raised on the farm my paternal grandfather homesteaded when Kiowa/Comanche reservation was opened to homesteading in 1902. This was the...
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    Thank you, gentlemen.(?)

    Thank you, gentlemen.(?)
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    Pan-AM t&f TV schedule.

    Cannot find tv schedule.
  25. I had an official friend implement inspector who...

    I had an official friend implement inspector who obsessed over internal movement in outdoor shots. I don't know if there was ever a rule against it but I maintain that the theoretical impetus of a...
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