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Old 08-13-2010, 02:25 AM
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Not really check out the gay the pic I posted on the shirt thread, Im not fat at all
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Old 08-13-2010, 03:17 AM
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I was driving through my neighborhood in my A6 and lightning struck a tree about 20 feet in front of me. I bet the Miata would have rattled apart if I was in it.
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Originally Posted by Doppelgänger View Post
Keep drinking them and you'll be looking like her
550 calories and 76% of the daily recommended value of sat. fat
Actually, the small one only has 450, or just a tad more than a pack of PopTarts...or twice as much as some of those Jumex drinks (some of which have nearly 50g of sugar in a single can...

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Djarum Black Menthols
Jumex guava nector
Pop-tarts
Breakfast of Champions



I'm just giving you a hard time. There are days I really miss smoking.

I once had a very old gentleman (ancient actually) tell me in a bar as we're watching a pretty good Beatles cover band "Don't drink, don't smoke, eat healthy...and live a LONG and BORING life."

Doesn't always apply, and there are lots of facets to the argument, but it's a decent, simple justification for many of our vices. If you don't actually get enjoyment, or aren't able to see benefit from healthy living, then just live, and expect to pay for it.
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Originally Posted by buffon01 View Post
You guys are girls.

5' 10" 185lbs ... more to love
5' 10" and 220. You guys are scrawny. And I am not fat either. 90% militarized destruction... 10% couch potato.
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Quantum mechanics: The dreams stuff is made of.
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Originally Posted by fooger03 View Post
Quantum mechanics: The dreams stuff is made of.
Oooooooooooo this is a good discussion. We have a 7K+ thread about this single debate on another forum.

Who's down to debate about this?
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Old 08-13-2010, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by E-NA6CE View Post
5' 10" and 220. You guys are scrawny. And I am not fat either. 90% militarized destruction... 10% couch potato.
Im your nemesis

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Quantum mechanics: The dreams stuff is made of.
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Originally Posted by gospeed81 View Post
Actually, the small one only has 450, or just a tad more than a pack of PopTarts...or twice as much as some of those Jumex drinks (some of which have nearly 50g of sugar in a single can...



Breakfast of Champions



I'm just giving you a hard time. There are days I really miss smoking.

I once had a very old gentleman (ancient actually) tell me in a bar as we're watching a pretty good Beatles cover band "Don't drink, don't smoke, eat healthy...and live a LONG and BORING life."

Doesn't always apply, and there are lots of facets to the argument, but it's a decent, simple justification for many of our vices. If you don't actually get enjoyment, or aren't able to see benefit from healthy living, then just live, and expect to pay for it.
It's a rare morning when I have breakfast. Today it was a banana and a Fanta strawberry (this can will last me about 4 hours as I sip on it..not chug it). Only smoke 4 cigs yesterday...which is my average...sometimes it goes up to 6 or 7 if I am hanging out with friends or drinking.

5'11" @156 :/

I need to get into some kinda shape...sitting on my *** at a desk job is killing my motivation....but using the stairs to hike my *** up to the 10th floor (200 stairs) should start doing something for me.
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Originally Posted by E-NA6CE View Post
Oooooooooooo this is a good discussion. We have a 7K+ thread about this single debate on another forum.

Who's down to debate about this?
Can I go to tech school to be a quantum mechanic? Regular mechanics have a bad rep in general.
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Originally Posted by Doppelgänger View Post
It's a rare morning when I have breakfast. Today it was a banana and a Fanta strawberry (this can will last me about 4 hours as I sip on it..not chug it). Only smoke 4 cigs yesterday...which is my average...sometimes it goes up to 6 or 7 if I am hanging out with friends or drinking.

5'11" @156 :/

I need to get into some kinda shape...sitting on my *** at a desk job is killing my motivation....but using the stairs to hike my *** up to the 10th floor (200 stairs) should start doing something for me.
I <3 my job. They pay me to work out for up to an hour every day. I'm going to do a commercial, in the spirit of bowflex:

"I'm 26, and I'm in the best shape of my life!"

6'2" @ 188

I guess that's not a huge statement though...
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Originally Posted by buffon01 View Post
Im your nemesis
You lie like a rug. I have no Nemesis.

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Can I go to tech school to be a quantum mechanic? Regular mechanics have a bad rep in general.
Uhh.... yeah.... sure............. if you want to be a technician, ha ha ha.
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This is all you need to know about quantum mechanics:

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Originally Posted by fooger03 View Post
I <3 my job. They pay me to work out for up to an hour every day. I'm going to do a commercial, in the spirit of bowflex:

"I'm 26, and I'm in the best shape of my life!"

6'2" @ 188

I guess that's not a huge statement though...
I've always wondered about those commercials. So how long do you have to workout exactly? As in number of months. Some of those guys go from being 250 with the muscle mass of someone who is 120 to a lean 190 by working out for just 20 minutes a day, three times a week. I call bullshit.
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Originally Posted by e-na6ce View Post
you lie like a rug. I have no nemesis.
nemesis! Nemesis!! Neeeemesiiiis!!!!
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Just to follow up, I can now confirm that a flat-head screwdriver is all that's necessary to bust open the locking gas flap on a 1st gen Tacoma.

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Dammit.

Stopped to put gas in the Tacoma on the way home...and discover that I can't unlock the gas flap. Lock won't turn, and I don't want to snap my ignition key 2 miles from home.

Drive home, nearly on empty. Try my wife's key that we had made right after I bought the truck a few months ago, still no luck. Sprayed the help out of the lock with that white graphite stuff, still nothing.

I'm about 10 minutes away from crowbarring that sonovabitch open and replacing the lock mechanism with a bigass magnet to keep the door closed (improves fuel mileage and cures arthritis too).
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Originally Posted by mgeoffriau View Post
This is all you need to know about quantum mechanics:

That was my favorite show as a young teenager.
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Drove over a big chunk of steel in the road yesterday and had a blowout. Road hazard for the win! Waiting two hours at good year the next morning FTL.
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Originally Posted by gospeed81 View Post
That was my favorite show as a young teenager.
For a long time USA would play MacGuyver and Quantum Leap back to back...it was an awesome 2 hours of television.
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Originally Posted by mgeoffriau View Post
For a long time USA would play MacGuyver and Quantum Leap back to back...it was an awesome 2 hours of television.
I didn't know that much awesome could be approved by the FCC.
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