Wow, Paul, I must say I am impressed! When I was 25 I don't think I would have had nearly your demeanor doing national TV interviews.... in fact, likely would have just passed right out cold on floor! :) Great job!P.S. Inquiring minds want to know when/if you plan to shave the locks???
Just watched the re-cap online...You finally weighed yourself!! THIRTY POUNDS?!!
Did you meet Jenny McCarthy?
Paul, loved the belt. Great interview.
I was kinda wondering if you met Billy Ray? Ive loved the joke about "who did you sleep". Great job. How are your totals looking now after some publicity?
Hi Paul,Will you be able to post the full interview on the Row for Hope website? Unfortunately, since I work I wasn't able to see it and didn't know about it until after I got to work so I couldn't set the DVR up to record it. Sure hope we'll be able to see the entire interview. I watched the 'short' version but K-Rock said it was much longer.A Friend of K-Rock
Paul - I followed your steps everyday during your epic journey. My brother is on day 8 attempting to row the Indian Ocean in a pairs boat. I wondered if you wouldn't mind getting in touch to give him some inspiration ?my email is email@example.comCheersTom Watts
Nice story you got here. It would be great to read something more concerning this topic.BTW look at the design I've made myself A level escort
IS VERY GOOD..............................
Hey Ridley, I just finished TheHopeRide! 1300 miles on a bicycle for Cancer! hahaI tried emailing "firstname.lastname@example.org" it kept telling me invalid email? Figured you read all your comments like I do and just don't have time to reply back. So its ok if you can't!I saw your story and was amazed at how close it sounds to mine which I just finished 3 days ago. I'm not sure if you will get this or where these e-mails go. But 3 months ago I hadn't ridden a bicycle more than 3 miles. 3 days ago, I finished a 1300 mile bicycle ride through mountains, and the biggest heat wave. I'm 31 years old and had stage 3 brain Cancer 5 years ago. I decided I just wanted to ride a bicycle from Bar Harbor, Maine back home to Fort Wayne, IN just to bring awareness and raise hope to anyone with Cancer, who knew of anyone who had Cancer, and to give Hope and inspiration! I totally understand how you feel coming home. I had a police escort bring me into town as I was cycling. Exhausted. Waking up in your OWN bed was the main thing I wanted to get home to. lolI, like many, appreciate what you're doing out there. Just figured I would toss out a line before I count up all my donations and get the check prepared for my Cancer organization.www.thehoperide.comYou're awesome bro!-Kevin Sanders
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