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Gossip & Opinions / Re: Series finale of Better Call Saul...
« Last post by Gym-Rat on Today at 01:42:37 AM »
IMO (only) things went downhill a bit when they switched to the last-few black & white episodes, feels like its rushing to an ending.
After a very-slow build-up of six seasons. Still the best thing on TV, and sad to see it go..
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Gossip & Opinions / Re: I bet half of you didn't even lift today
« Last post by Gym-Rat on Today at 01:40:34 AM »
Yup! And I was a darn good one too. Also, I was well paid including having top notch benefits. Are you trying to "job shame" me? LOL! I have nothing to be ashamed of.

Although I am not filthy rich like so many Getbiggers, I live well...well above the average. And I've never won the lottery, although I wouldn't mind it if I did.

Prime, did you have summers off also? OR did you still need to work during the summer.
I imagine the job was fairly stress-free.

"Rich" is about having a great "pay to debt" ratio, living well, etc.

I paid off my house over a decade ago, and no car payments or college payments (planned properly from their births for both of my kids college accounts, piece of cake).
Im very far from being "rich" but I feel as though I am,  8)
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Gossip & Opinions / Re: I bet half of you didn't even lift today
« Last post by SF1900 on Today at 01:29:02 AM »
Has no clue how to train.....8 total sets for a huge bodypart like upper back.... then does the same 8 sets for a tiny bodypart such as biceps, which just got indirectly targeted during the back "workout"...then just a mere 4 sets for triceps as opposed to the 8 sets for biceps, even though triceps are 2/3 of the upper arm.

Fucking novice!!  ;D


I`m gonna` start pointing out all the flaws in his routines.....maybe he`ll learn something about training for proportion.

BHANKS does not need to do much in the gym since heís on a boat load of drugs.
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Gossip & Opinions / Re: Predator - Then and Now
« Last post by falco on Today at 01:26:38 AM »
Watched yesterday. Much better than expected.

Props on being able to make that ugly beast even more hideous than the original.
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Gossip & Opinions / Re: The Fake Vaccine - 10 Million Dollar Settlement
« Last post by Gym-Rat on Today at 01:25:41 AM »
Meme time like Oak, like they mean anything  ::) ::)

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2bros in the UK charges competitors £130 to enter each class, they go backstage between classes taking cash of competitors after talking them into entering another class because they didnt place in the class they came to enter

I got asked to go and be a judge, I turned it down because I dont want to be part of something  like that.

They wanted £70 for someone to go backstage and help you get ready as well


I dont think competitors should ever have to pay to enter a show

They should be ashamed of themselves. I guess some promoters probably make more cash with the entry fees of the athletes than with ticket sales, that's why it's in their interest to blow up the shows up to 100 divisions starting 100 athletes each.
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Gossip & Opinions / Re: Roman FRITZ was in shape in Texas !!
« Last post by affeman on Today at 01:17:36 AM »
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Gossip & Opinions / Re: Series finale of Better Call Saul...
« Last post by falco on Today at 01:16:17 AM »
Yes.

Better Call Saul series just got better and better.
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Gossip & Opinions / Re: Roman FRITZ was in shape in Texas !!
« Last post by falco on Today at 01:14:59 AM »
Already had two hip replacements.

During that hip replacement had some other major surgery.

Will be dead soon.

Or at the very least renal failure.

At 32yo ???
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A study by the UK Office of National Statistics showed that all deaths in weeks 38 to 45 of 2021 for children aged 10 to 14 were 44% higher among children who had been vaccinated against Covid-19 than among a control group of children in 2015 to 2019 (before the Covid vaccines). A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, 25 January 2022, showed that far more vaccinated young people suffered myocarditis (inflammation and damage to the heart) than those unvaccinated. More and more such studies are emerging Ė although seldom reported in the MSM.

From all of these uncertain data, it seems that the vaccines might at first have done more good than harm for people in vulnerable groups, but more harm than good for the young and the healthy. Now with the mild Omicron variation, the vaccines probably do more harm than good for all groups. To force mandatory vaccination on children now, as the State of California was recently proposing, is criminal. The vaccines only remain potent for about six months, and then the patient is required to have endless boosters, which bring along a new set of problems.

The continent least affected by Covid-19 is also the continent with the lowest Covid vaccination rate, Africa. There could be many reasons for this. Covid might be unreported in Africa, which has less widespread testing. Sunshine seems to be the most important environmental factor in combatting Covid-19, and Africa has plenty of that. Hundreds of millions of Africans took Ivermectin and perhaps that is protecting them against the Covid virus. Maybe African governments are wiser than European and American ones, or more likely they just havenít got the money to be as stupid as them.
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