Thursday, July 12, 2007

Just so you know

If you are born without fibulas, and your legs are amputated, and you not only learn to walk, but set World Records in Paralympic events, and you want to try your skill with the able bodied runners out there, even though you are a tad slower, we might let you, but we'll have to think about it. After all, you might have an unfair advantage.

Give me a freakin' break. I have to admit, though, I really liked the part about how the only reason he started running was to treat a rugby injury. No legs, and he plays rugby and runs. That, my friends, is a stud. I know lots of people with two perfectly good legs that never leave the couch.

3 comments:

Becca said...

I'm loving the fact that Pistorius refers to himself as:

"The fastest thing on no legs"

Just love it.

Amy said...

I think I might have a little crush on this guy. Don't tell my wife...

The Nurse said...

I may have to look into a bilateral below the knee amputation. Hmmm. I wonder how much weight I'd lose.

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