Thursday, September 30, 2010

Hall pulls out of Chicago.

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/2010-09-29-1265179542_x.htm

Kind of a bummer. Will be interesting to see how next spring plays out for him.

12 comments:

The Other BG said...

But I've always heard that pulling out is kind of risky. It might not work.

RM said...

Thanks for posting news from Tuesday, I don't think any of us had heard that yet.

HAHA.

brennan said...

This just in. It rained in Baltimore yesterday.

Ben said...

Ryan - I think you have to take his quote off the blog. I saw him in Philly - his legs had not fallen off.

RM said...

Ben - what's real funny is that I just happened to notice that quote prior to reading this and thought "man, I should take this quote down, it no longer seems applicable." Maybe we should put it to a vote?

Meg said...

Pulling out is irresponsible. And also messy.

Collin said...

This was totally Wednesday's news, not Tuesday's.

TurtleHead said...

1. I think Ryan Hall's quote should be crossed out, not deleted. That way, we can be reminded of the folly of making stupid quotes.

2. Pulling out is a good way to prevent accidents. Knowing when to pull out is key. Obviously, Ryan Hall is a master at this.

3. Posting days old news is funny.

RM said...

I will credit Brennan with finding out on TUESDAY and texting me immediately with that, as I was coming back from track around 9pm. So it was Tuesday's news. Muahahahah

This just in:

Ryan Hall definitely NEVER pulls out when it comes to his hot wife Sara (Bei) Hall.

Ben said...

actually, as strongly religious as he is - maybe pulling out is the only form of birth control available to the Hall's. In fact, let me posit that he always pulls out and it has conditioned him to pull out of things generally. USA distance running depends on Sara Hall going on the pill ASAP.

Dart said...

Snap Meg, you are on fire this year!

I like that; keep the quote, strike thru the text.

RM said...

The "eyes" have it.

See the amended quotes section.