Wednesday, 19 January 2011

We Need You...

After reading many comments yesterday about the Squirrels, it has become very clear that this squirrel threat is something that needs to be confronted. There are too many of us living in fear. How many of you are now facing a fretful night ahead, anxious that the Squirrels will attack whilst you are at your most vulnerable? How many of you are wondering if your morning run will bring joy to your hearts tomorrow, or instead a stab of sickness as you realise you are being stalked, once again, by squirrels? How many of you dread, daily, tying up your trainers for yet another threatened trot around the block?

It doesn't have to be this way!

Do you want to feel the breeze in your hair instead of fear in your hearts? Of course you do. We all do. We can do.

Already, our community is joining as one against these squirrels; this is how we will ensure their demise and our domination in this war. We need to stick together; work together; rise up together!
Join us and join the battle against squirrel domination.

Together we can stop their intimidation of runners and make the world a safer place to live in. Together, we can stop these savage swine from stalking our innocent allies. Together, we will protect our friends from these fiends.

Don't wait for the worst.

Join us.
Join now. 
Join the Collective of Runners Against the Savage, Intimidating and Encroaching Squirrels.


The CRASIES need you.

Oh, and I also went for a 7 mile run, that was actually an 8 mile run with Paula this evening... might get her to plot our route next time!!...
Distance: 8.1 miles
Weather: it's got cold again! 3 degrees.
Feeing: much better than I thought I would, and confident we can beat these squirrels!
See my run here.

4 comments:

  1. Yes - I'd like to join the CRASIES - will there be badges and Tshirts?

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  2. Of course... I am working on them as we speak! :-)

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  3. Not sure which I'm more scared of, Maggiee or the squirrel menace...

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  4. Squires isnt an issue in Wales, I havent seen any on my runs. i have been followed by a fox recently, not the lady type but an actual fox. Very tame, wasnt scaredof me in the slightest with my hi-vis jacket!

    Can I setup a CRASIESAF..

    great distance on teh run!

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