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By mathii / Saturday 23 July 2011 23:52 / France
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55- in the seconds i have to live i can thumb u down an watch your comment get buried, and therefore i cant see u. now your reasons for my murder are invalid.

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While everything you said was completely valid, just the fact that your ugly mug is staring at us completely wipes away any sympathy I had for you. Add to that your pathetic duck face and...oii. Nasty

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@180 swimming instructors are not doctors, there will be medical conditions they dont fully understand. this is nowhere near the same as pushing healthy bodied people in harsh conditions. do you have any idea the amount of bad nutrition advice trainers give to people? they dont know everything about everything. if this bothers you, give up on sport, its not for you.

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it's in the Olympics so awhile. that's the reason I hate sports, male coaches are just so brutal. I had am old baseball coach who literally screamed in our faces till he was red for making the slightest mistake, like it destroyed the world.

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reminds me of my track coach. I was trying mid-distance and we had to run a 200, 300, and then 400. and by the time we did a 400 I was slowing down. I called out for the coach to stop and he ran faster yelling "what? I can't hear you!" it sucked.

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someone who starts training in a sport without notifying their coach of a serious medical condition is a douche. "i have a weak heart" does sound like a cop out excuse. you didnt specify something this serious beforehand, knowing full well you will be exerting yourself, YDI.

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to clarify, by cop out i am referring to those who use whatever exaggerated excuse they can to justify stopping when training. its extremely common in beginners. just go to your local gym and listen for the many weak excuses to stop training.

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so we cant assume either way whether the coach was fully informed or not - despite the evidence suggesting that no he wasnt - but you can make whatever assumptions you like about what i would do or my character based on what, a few lines? shut the fuck up.

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