Season 3 : Episode 10, Part 2 – Big, The Sequel April 21st, 2011

Now that you know Anthony’s big news, Part II of Episode 10 brings you some big news from Steven – it has to do with something he doesn’t wear that most people do.  Ok, it’s not as big as Part I, but he gave it a shot.

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The only undergarment Kramer will endorse.

Part 2 is all about True or Faux, two (or five) new Easter-themed Songs to Run To, and the Week in Preview, with some fun info on what’s coming up on the podcast over the next several weeks.  Enjoy, and Happy Running!

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5 Responses to “Season 3 : Episode 10, Part 2 – Big, The Sequel”

  1. I waited until Saturday to be super-spoiler safe. Congratulations on the news of the Gomer-Bambino (or Bambina!) Kids open up your life to a whole new world that is incredible and awesome. I am running a marathon in 8 days because my daughter wasn’t born yet when I ran NYC in ’95. I want her to be a part of it. So…your marathon in June won’t likely be your last!!! Best of luck, and Happy Easter!!!

  2. I have a folder on my desktop with the title “Gomer Tips”. It includes a list of what NOT to forget to pack for a run – like safety pins, tissues, etc. I will check it once and check it twice before traveling to Cincinnati for the Flying Pig 1/2 on May 1st.

  3. CLK good luck this weekend in cincy. I live in cincy and will be cheering people on at the marathon 11 mile mark in hyde park square. I was listening to the gomers while running the other day and started laughing out loud……and i was running past people. They might think i’m a bit off my rocker, but I was having fun.

  4. No underwear?!?! TMI, but what about zippers?? Ouch!!!

  5. #1: Congrats to Anthony and Erin – so exciting!
    #2: I finally had to ask about/mention this because a)there has been a lot of sock chat lately and b) the no-underwear true gomer confession was discussed. Am I the only runner out there who doesn’t wear socks running? Long distances too – I have done a few halfs with nothing between my feet and my Sauconys. Basically, I got sick of trying to find matching socks, so I stopped wearing them. That may be gross, but I Lysol the heck out of my shoes after every run.

    Maybe I have crazy feet that are impervious to running blisters, but since one of your true-or-faux’s basically said that socks were super inportant, I have to respectfully disagree. We’ll see how I feel when we get to marathon distance, but for now I am so happy I don’t have to look for my running socks anymore!

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