鈥淭omorrow, you鈥檒l see what crazy people see. The gun fires at daybreak, because we鈥檝e got a lotof running to do.鈥? Grabbing a pad and pen, Ken went back through the tapes and jotted down all the components of aKenyan stride. Then he went looking for guinea pigs. Finally, personal thanks to Kate Ellis and Jake Huey for enduring my absence and peripatetic schedulewithout complaint. My only regret is that I am unable to thank Sam Walton for giving me the opportunityto help him chronicle his extraordinary life. Collaborating with Sam on anything was usually theexperience of a lifetime, and this book proved no exception. Conclusion BUD WALTON: av在线-av天堂-日本av-成人av-AV视频在线 "Our folks felt that putting someone at the door was a waste of money. They just couldn't see what Samand Dan McAllister were seeingthat the greeter sent a warm, friendly message to the good customer,and a warning to the thief. They fought him all the way on it. Some people-tried hard to talk him out of it. DAVID GLASS: One of the reasons Helen insisted all along on our living in a small town, I'm sure, is so we could raisethe kids with the same values she and I had been exposed to in our youth. And we did, except it wasn'tthe Depression, and we never had to worry about having enough to go around at the dinner table. Deena got it, and couldn鈥檛 wait to start. Coach Vigil believed you had to become a strong personbefore you could become a strong runner. So how could she lose? Grudgingly, Coach Vigildecided to give her a chance. In 1996, he began putting her through his Tarahumara-tinged trainingsystem. Within a year, the aspiring baker was on her way to becoming one of the greatest distancerunners in American history.