Thursday, October 14, 2010

18 comments:

  1. What a nice tribute. I wish I had known him. It sounds like he was a lot of help to a lot of runners.

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  2. It gives me a little pang to think that he was from my state... and that they lost such a positive force in the local CT running community. I wish I could have known him. Thanks for sharing the video.

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  3. Wow, thanks Lindsay, that was so touching and sincere. What a guy.

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  4. Wow, thanks for this, Lindsay. Touching and so true. That was Rick.

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  5. Wow, its very nice what you are doing here. Keep it up. I never knew him, but I did a run for him today, and for all the runners who are now running on cotton balls in heaven. Take care.

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  6. I will never being able to hear a cowbell and not think of 5:55!
    Nice tribute from the newscast.

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  7. Thanks for sharing that. He left an impact on so many people.

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  8. I return to say from Barcelona that i am sorry very much about this event .. it is necessary to run in his memory..

    Long life to the marathon...!!!

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  9. In a way passing away doing what you enjoy is a good way to go. So many runners are nice people and this was a good tribute to him.

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  10. Um, I am pretty sure Rick is just eating that up right now! The first time I watched it on FB, I was all emotional...then I watched it again just now on your page and I am like "Rick is loving all this" and I know he has that huge grin on his face.

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  11. Bummer I never met him, he seems to have been considered a good guy by one and all.

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  12. You are a very cool person.

    That is all I wanted to say.

    I am glad we "met" on these here interwebs. :)

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  13. rick sounds like a great man. touching tribuite.

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  14. What an awesome tribute. In many, many spaces, he has clearly left awesome footprints.

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