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My kids will never do parkour in the woods or on the street or even the park to say...
Probably never shoot a bird/squirrel/rabbit with a slingshot...no r even come close to building hand made slingshot.
Have a full blown stick sword fight...amazin g how no one ever lost an eye, just bloody knuckles.
They'll probably never learn to play the stick that flick that horse poop game...which goes back to the above with sore losers. 

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Debate Central / Re: Development vs. Growth
« on: March 22, 2019, 03:17:42 AM »
The development of a bad society was due to the growth of bad behavior.  >:D

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When I was a kid...

What the heck was an Asian?

You're black, white, or mexican, so what are you?  :idiot2:

 :D Fourth grade teacher said, "We're doing social studies about the world.  You're an Asian, from half way across the world."  :P

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General Discussion / Re: Contribution to Society
« on: March 22, 2019, 01:49:44 AM »
I have no charm, but I saved many people's lives...with good intentions.

sometimes with food/clothing/shelter donations
sometimes I had to fight off another person
other times I had to __________ the group of people
I had to pull someone out of the way before vehicle hit them.
I gave up my seat....
I gave up my umbrella...
I gave stranger a ride when thunderstorm hit...
I gave stranger a lift during brutal winter temps...
I pushed so many stranded dead cars...

I did so much...and really only half of the people actually thanked me for my assistance.

Be careful because some of these people who you decide to help will actually try to take advantage of you and then try to screw you over...so being helpful should not mean putting yourself in danger as well.   Never have your back turned towards your benefactors... they can change into assailants.  Society is messed up these days...

Simple help, simple thank you.  Simple barter of labor or skills, just seems to be not part of Today's American society.

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Anime | Manga / Re: One Punch Man
« on: March 22, 2019, 01:25:15 AM »
OOOOOOoooo

I will definitely watch season 2.

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Food Forum / Re: I'm making hawaiian chicken...
« on: March 16, 2019, 12:02:01 AM »
Did it turn out?

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Jokes & Riddles / Re: Whose home is it?
« on: March 15, 2019, 11:22:56 PM »
It's Barbie's funeral doll house... :D

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Jokes & Riddles / Re: Watching Gamers
« on: March 15, 2019, 10:59:40 PM »
LOL...like father like son.  O0

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Online Journal / Re: Fighting For My Life
« on: March 15, 2019, 10:01:46 PM »
Honestly, I think when we are young, we get careless. As we get older we are more wiser and we can actually avoid confrontationa l situations. However there are still a lot of immature and ignorance people in this world who is nothing but trouble maker. I would try to avoid these people at all cost. It will just cost your life.
Actually I'm afraid it will cost them their life...I'm more scared of how capable I am when dealing with these types of people.  When I was young, it was enough to prove that no matter how they come at me, they couldn't hurt me.  I could easily dodge, evade, deflect, then disarm them no matter the weapon they brought.  At this age, I don't dodge, evade, nor deflect anything.  I have to change my ways and disable them completely.  Growing up, I used to laugh at this kid who only says that he will kick'm in the balls.  I understand he didn't had the fighting skills, so that was his method of escaping.  Now I don't fully understand why I am fearless.  I do know that if an enemy isn't going to back down, you need to eliminate them.  Kill the fight once and for all.  No one will miss these perps.  No one is gonna go looking for them when they're gone.  Kill one bad guy, save ten lives.

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white guys are no different from asian men...once you go black, you can't come back....lols

I told the black man, my thing is bigger than his.  We showered and he didn't say a thing back to me.  :2funny:

Don't blame the cold water battle buddy!  :2funny:

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General Relationship / Re: My New Man....
« on: March 15, 2019, 12:31:36 AM »
 O0

Dang it...I'm gonna go to a massage parlor for my happy ending.  :2funny:

Anyway, good for you.  Stand your ground and made the decision for the better.

Boring guys are usually the real guy.  All chicks knows that...They just choose to the hard route first.  It's about life and experiencing it.  Now share it with that boring guy.  O0

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Health & Fitness / Re: Body weight vs Free weights...
« on: March 15, 2019, 12:24:58 AM »
Body weights vs Free weights.

Similar motions but functionality and techniques can be very different.

In short, free weights is more for isolation motion that which you focus more so on few muscles.


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Health & Fitness / Re: All this talk about eating to gain muscles
« on: March 15, 2019, 12:19:43 AM »
How to get big naturally...ea t 10k cal of natural food a day and work out your muscles so they will grow under stimulation.

Keep in mind, big muscles aren't necessarily stronger.  It's kind of like chunky meat, almost like fat.  :P

You know you can grow bigger muscles just by flexing in front of mirror...

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I would be the first to admit, that I'm out of shape.

I also admit that I was stronger, faster, had more endurance, before I joined the military.  >:D  I know, it's contradictory to most people, but my setback was diet change.  You can only eat, military food.  Military grade food designed for typical American diet.

Anyways, I applaud you trying out one of those boot camp thingy.

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Results are not always typical.  The first and most important factor about body change is diet.  You have to change your diet and eat healthy first.  Not a big dramatic change but a gradual change so your body don't give backfire on you with the diet change.  Works for some, but it's a lifestyle change you're looking for, make small gradual changes. that you will keep as a lifestyle.

I watch the posted video and from early on, I can see her running form was very poor to start with.  If she had someone who could've given her some few pointers on technique, she would've improved her form so much faster and would've avoid the injury portion.  Towards the end, she obviously has shown great improvements in technique.  If she would've started with that type of technique say around week two, she perhaps would've shown great improvements around week 4-6 instead of seeing those results that she stated around week 9.

Like any kind of exercise/training techniques always persevere past the 4-8 weeks period.  That how most people's body will start to respond.  Around the 20-24 week period, most people body will plateau.  This is where many novice weight lifters give up and quit.  Remember lifestyle changes, not just temporary results.

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