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  • Feeling the chill? How about a half marathon on ice and snow... in your bare feet?

    http://wimp.com/theiceman/

    Man, my teeth start chattering just watching this.

    Sure wish I could do that with my thermostat. Amazing.

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    Oh man ... I've run out side to get the mail or put out the dog with bare feet in the snow and cold ... but that's a bit much. I couldn't handle that for more than a few seconds
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    • #3
      I've heard about that guy before. Though I read that he has some sort of physical anomaly that doesn't allow him to feel the cold or be affected by it. Maybe it is the Force.

      I ran barefoot in the snow once on a drunken dare. But I got to warm my feet up in a hot bathtub with a cute boy after. There has to be a payoff, lol.
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      • #4
        Brr!

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          Wow that is nuts!!! So cool!
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          • #6
            that's amazing.
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