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Electoral College Football
Tags:football, american football, college football, football match, football game, football team, starting line, starting lines, unevenly matched, uneven, unfair advantage, stacked odds, odds are stacked, unfair, unfairness, electoral college, american electoral system, electoral system, electoral reform, politics, american politics
Shortly after his first victory, the tortoise gets cocky.
'Feldman! If you want to run in this race, put down those scissors this very instant!'
Tags:running with scissors, scissor, scissors, pair of scissors, race, races, racer, racers, running, run, runs, runner, runners, athletic, athletics, athlete, athletes, health and safety, rule, rules, regulation, regulations, starting line, starting lines, in the bleachers, bleachers, in the bleachers
'It's late Friday. Anyone object if we wrap up a bit early?'
Uncle Sam prepares to fire a starting gun, while the Grim Reaper and a taxman from the IRS prepare to run a race against each other.
Tags:uncle sam, united states, us, u.s., united states of america, usa, u.s.a., america, american, american symbol, american symbols, personification, irs, i.r.s., internal revenue service, tax, taxes, taxation, money, tax office, tax offices, taxman, taxmen, audit, audits, auditing, government, governments, politics, death, grim reaper, grim reapers, reaper, reapers, embodiment of death, death personified, spectre of death, thanatos, angel of death, race, races, racing, running, starting line, death and taxes
Tortoise and the hare stand at a starting line; the hare is looking at the tortoise's shell which is covered in endorsement stickers like a race car.
Tags:sport, sports, start, starts, starting line, starting lines, race, races, racing, racer, racers, runner, runners, running, marathon, marathons, car racing, auto racing, stock car racing, race car, race cars, endorsement, endorsements, sponsor, sponsors, sponsorship, business, businesses, company, companies, corporation, corporations, corporate, logo, logos, ad, ads, advertising, marketing, advertisement, advertisements, fairytale, fairytales, fairy tale, fairy tales, children's story, children's stories, story, stories, literature, children's literature, character, characters, fictional character, fictional characters, fable, fable, aesop, aesop's fables, tortoise and the hare, tortoise, tortoises, turtle, turtles, hare, hares, rabbit, rabbits, animal, animals, shell, shells, sticker, stickers, modern life
Sadly, 'The Great Hot Air Balloon Race' was over before it began.
'Are you sure we're on the right track?'
Competitive Horse at the Racetracks.
'Couldn't we at least do the three-legged thing in the same direction?'
Retirement Anxiety Race.
"Rows 15 and higher. On your marks...get set..."
Data Entry Marathon
Go! Means NOW!
Tags:inspiration, inspirations, leaderships, leadership skill, leadership skills, leader, leaders, encouragement, motivation, leadership, success, career, starting line, starting lines, runner, runners, racer, racers, race, races, rat race, rat races, sprinter, sprinters, front runner, front runners
"On your mark, get set. . . Start School!!!"
Tags:educator, educators, staring gun, starting guns, school, schools, schooling, term, terms, term time, term times, school term, school terms, race, races, first day, first days, student, students, pupil, pupils, class, classes, race, races, starting line, runner, runners, school day, school days, september
"It's all rush rush rush these days."
"I can do it in 3. . ."
Tags:pedestrian crossing, pedestrian crossings, zebra crossing, zebra crossings, traffic light, traffic lights, pedestrian, pedestrians, zimmer frame, zimmer frames, walking frame, walking frames, pensioner, pensioners, senior citizen, senior citizens, oap, oaps, crossing time, starting line, starting lines, competitive, competitiveness, competing, competition, competitions
'Stay on all fours. That way you can pounce on new consumer wants.'
Chicken and the egg, lets see who comes first.
'Maybe it was a left turn at the last set of traffic lights...?'