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April 13, 2006

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Bruce Morgan

I recall chatting with you walking out of the finish line area late in the evening. Wow, a mountain bike? Your bike split was only 8 minutes slower than mine. You rock!

My wife and kids also saw you riding that mountain bike and were amazed. You were indeed the only person I heard of doing it the hard way.

Me, I'm going for a P3C next year.

Electricute

Just read about you in the Spectrum. Odd timing, I recently went to a vague lecture about data mining, In-Q-Tel and social networks given by Rob Usey.

I find your story very encouraging and I think its wonderful that you participated in the ironman. I once did 150 miles on a hybrid bike for the BP MS150, and thought i was going to die.. so a big Congratulations to you!

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