Fitness For Feens

Posted on Oct 11, 2002 in Sport

 
 


The Shades are finding it easier and easier to catch suspects more than a few hundred metres from the scene of the crime. Hitchhiking from one end of Pana to the other is not uncommon. Taxi drivers are clapping their hands with so much business and I even saw an old doll running the other day with a tracksuit on and everything.


Since the invention of the Honda Civic , running has become as obsolete as the Beta Max video cassette. Clever officials at City Hall in conjunction with the Gardai have been sneakily blocking up streets with metal and concrete posts, changing streets to pedestrians only and sealing routes up with road works everywhere. Pushing all the youth back on the streets and onto our feet.


What if you were being chased by a Hi-ace full of angry gents from another city ( such as Limerick) and you mistakenly navigated the civic down a "new" cul-de-sac ? You'

 
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