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Al Gore "I took the initiative in creating the Internet" was actually a factual statement that got him into the Internet Hall of Fame for being the only major politician who saw it's potential and initiated legislation to promote it. Enjoy your taco, but be careful there might be a paper clip in it.
You would NEVER forget that you were only a minute and a half from breaking 4 hours. NEVER. And a fitness trainer whose validity as a trainer is tied to physical prowess. NO WAY.
Al Gore is in the Internet Hall Of Fame for his help with the Internet. Paul Ryan was never fast, claimed he was after saying he ran 2:50 something, then tried to say he should have rounded to 4 instead of 3 (how is 2:50 something rounding to 3???) then said he just forgot and made up the 2:50 that he thought was now ordinary contradicting his retort (there's audio and he added that information in a boastful way). The video of Ryan gee goshing about this on Toledo News Now is priceless. He is a professional at lying and manipulating. It's really rather frightening to watch.
Al Gore is in the Internet Hall of Fame for being the most prominent political figure to push for the Internet. Therefore his claim is somewhat true. Paul Ryan outright lied about running a "fast" marathon. He did not "misspeak". Worse, he continued to explain himself first by saying he should have rounded to 4 hours instead of 3 hours?? He said his time was 2:50 something and that he once was "fast". How does one round a time if you thought you gave the right "ordinary" time? I'm sorry but the marathon time dance is just a fantastic and beautiful example of how Paul Ryan will look you right in the face with those pretty blue eyes, batt his eyelashes, and LIE. It is quite relevant
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