I’ve got these exact loop bands and they’re pretty good, in that they’re exactly as good as any I’ve ever used in my long career as an injured runner. Just got in for the other half of the set I don’t have yet.
@blaineg@glarue November would be too quick a ship (although I believe the valentines jewelry arrived a week late or so didn’t it? So that was almost on time.). Besides it needs to be well beyond the best used by date so 9 or 10 months late sounds about right.
@MrMikenIkes It’s not like there’s been much to grab anybody’s attention lately. And that last 'thon, all Cuisinart and nothing even remotely unusual, didn’t exactly qualify as an enthusiasm-builder. (I think the numbers pretty much back that up.)
@Nerdelectric You are right about that. In fact what is even better is use them, with a funnel and attach them to the stays on tall ships and bingo you have a great slingshot that you can even send beer cans flying over to other anchored boats. Of course opening them after arriving by sling shot is another matter. Something about first you shake the can, then you open it… Sending donuts isn’t nearly as thrilling although white powered donuts leave such a nice mark of proof your aim was good when you hit the side of a black boat, she says relying the experience of a friend…
Actually we did both when the Jamestown Foundation boat I volunteered on (Susan Constance) was part of the Columbus discovered American park service movie except it was filmed at Jamestown VA on the James River. God only knows if any of those shenanigans in the back ground made it into the movie.
Anyway the tide was on the way out. We were at anchor on the river where the director wanted us despite warning him the water was going to become too shallow, the three boats got grounded and then the film director, who clearly didn’t understand sailboats, one with no motor, or tides wanted us to swing around to a different angle. Nope couldn’t do. It took the tugboat the Norfolk Rebel to pull the lot of us off.