Nike Free 4.0I was supposed to run 10.75 miles this morning, but miscalculated where I needed to make a U-turn, so it was actually 11 miles on the nose. It took me almost exactly an hour and forty-five minutes — not bad for a week shy of 41 — and put me over 77 miles for the month of June.

NipEAZEOh! And I finally broke down and ordered something to protect my chest. After my last long run there was blood all over my t-shirt, and that’s just never a good thing. Hopefully these will help.

Here are the tracks I heard on my run:

  1. Paint It BlackRolling Stones, The
  2. Smells Like Teen SpiritNirvana
  3. (I Can’t Get No) SatisfactionRolling Stones, The
  4. St. JimmyGreen Day
  5. Counting Down The HoursTed Leo & The Pharmacists
  6. You Give Love a Bad NameBon Jovi
  7. Handle With CareLewis, Jenny with The Watson Twins
  8. Working for the ManOrbison, Roy
  9. Paradise by the Dashboard LightMeat Loaf
  10. I’m Shipping Up to BostonDropkick Murphys
  11. SpacemanKillers, The
  12. Mr. ChainsawAlkaline Trio
  13. Armageddon ItDef Leppard
  14. Tear You ApartShe Wants Revenge
  15. I Wanna Be Your ManBeatles, The
  16. Hit the Road JackCharles, Ray
  17. Scream & Shout (featuring Britney Spears)
  18. Rocket SciencePimps, The
  19. ‘Till I CollapseEminem
  20. I Love ItIcona Pop (featuring Charli XCX)
  21. Radar LoveGolden Earring
  22. Hey Ya!Outkast
  23. Saturday Night’s Alright for FightingJohn, Elton
  24. RearviewmirrorPearl Jam
  25. Jesus Of Suburbia / City Of The Damned / I Don’t Care / Dearly Beloved / Tales Of Another Broken HomeGreen Day

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