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4-20-2011 @ 9:48AM
I have found that time of day matters. Obviously this is a generalization, but I have found mid-day runs (which are mostly adults who work nights or college students) and late night runs (which are mostly adults who work days or college students) are usually great. The afternoon/evening runs, populated by younger teenagers, have been the worst. A number of things result from the overall lack of maturity of that group: the gap between actual and perceived skill, the sense of entitlement, the need to belittle/put-down/bash others, etc.Obviously there are more mature high school students and less mature college students and adults, but that's not the norm, and maturity goes a long way.
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