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26  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: How long will the world's oil last? on: December 14, 2013, 08:26:19 PM
Google Peak Oil, that should help.

Peak oil is a myth!  America has met 87 percent of its energy needs this year and is on track to be energy independent in the next ten years.  U.S. oil production this year is the highest it's been in 24 years.

27  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: How long will the world's oil last? on: December 14, 2013, 08:13:22 PM
There are advances on the supply side like deep water drilling and unconventional oil in the form of tight oil shales, oil sands, and heavy oil.

However there are also advances on the consumption side like hybrids, plug in hybrids, and electric cars.

The CEO of Exxon said twenty years ago people would not have been able to predict the advances in finding and extracting oil that we've seen in the last twenty years.


28  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: How long will the world's oil last? on: December 14, 2013, 07:16:52 PM

World proven oil reserves are 66% greater today than in 1992.  This is sufficient to meet 54 years of global production.

29  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: 2015 Lexus RC (No Not Radio Controlled) on: November 19, 2013, 08:26:07 PM
911 Turbo, sounds like a vacuum, drives like hell. BMW's turbo engines, sound like booty..
Audi, a tad better. Mercedes? Chariot of the Gods...sound of the seas opening up to swallow up islands.
Ferrari's last turbo car, the F40 sounded "odd".

Buick GNX, sounded pretty good, and the Dodge Neon SRT-4 sounded down right nasty...

Your wrong about the 911 turbo driving like hell.
It's really difficult to put into words how much torque there is and how vicious the acceleration is.

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The 911 turbo sounds pretty good at the track too.

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30  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: 2015 Lexus RC (No Not Radio Controlled) on: November 18, 2013, 09:21:05 PM
My dad owns a gt2 RS and various porsche turbos over the yrs....I prefer GT3

My pref and many others are NA high revving instant throttle response

Ask yourself why?? Cause of marketing , fuel efficient, emissions... Ferrari doing the same cause of those reasons not bc they want to? CAFE???

If u know anything about racing and fun to drive u would know NA cars are where it's at, turbo cars are good for daily driving and more torque.

NOTHING beats the sound of NA motors

Ask your dad what he thinks about his 911 turbo.  Turbos have improved tremendously over the years.  There is very little lag.

Turbo's are terrible for racing and that is why all formula one cars are turbo V6's.

Ferrari could continue to make NA V12's and their customers would still buy them.  Their engineers are recognizing the benefits of turbos.  Not that Ferrari's a stranger to turbo's remember the F40.  Are you suggesting the F40 is neither a race car nor fun the drive.  BMW was NA for years and only recently have adopted turbo's.

Who wants a car with torque for real world driving?

31  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: 2015 Lexus RC (No Not Radio Controlled) on: November 18, 2013, 08:20:08 PM
At least it's still using a NA 5 liter V8 unlike all the stupid turbocharged cars from bmw and Mercedes

I like the look of it

Thank god the Germans have embraced and perfected turbos.  They are masters at extracting flat torque curves from turbocharged engines. 

Drive a 911 turbo or Audi S8 and let us know how terrible turbo is.  Even Ferrari has said their next cars will be turbo.  Ask yourself Why.
32  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: BMW i3 Electric Car vs BMW M3: Drag Race on: November 10, 2013, 08:50:04 AM
The i3 is a very sophisticated car with an aluminum chassis and carbon fiber body.  I find the automated manufacturing process BMW uses to build their cars as impressive as the cars themselves.

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The pace at which automotive technology has improved over the last twenty years is very impressive.
33  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: Japanese Retro Car Kings on: October 27, 2013, 03:49:16 PM
To me the Hakosukas are more aesthetically pleasing than the Kenmeries

This guy owns both and says the Kenmeries feels more like a complete car as opposed to the Hakosukas which feels more like a race car.

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Petrolicious is another great site for gear heads
34  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: Japanese Retro Car Kings on: October 27, 2013, 03:18:13 PM
Two of my favorite old school JDM videos by depth of speed.  The entire depth of speed series is fantastic.

Skyline GTR
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Datsun Dime
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35  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Frontline: NFL League of Denial = EPIC.....NFL front offices = pieces of shit on: October 09, 2013, 04:36:42 PM
Here is the link to watch it on line.  Just do it.
36  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: There will be stock market crash soon...And the dollar will be devalued 40% on: October 05, 2013, 08:09:04 PM
Exxon is giving you 25% return on investment?

How are yoiu doing that with a 2-3% dividend yield? 

Exxon is an excellent stock, don't get me wrong.  But where the fuck does 25% come from?

Copied from Exxon's Annual Report page 6

Strong safety and operations performance supported by effective risk management
Earnings of $45 billion and an industry-leading return on average capital employed of 25 percent
Total shareholder distributions of $30 billion
Dividends per share increased 21 percent in the second quarter of 2012, the 30th consecutive year
of dividend per share increases

If you own a thousand shares of Exxon your annual earnings are $7,940.  All of this money is yours!  However, your divided checks for the year are only $2,520.
Another $2800 is returned to you in the form of share buybacks which is as real as a cash divided with the added benefit of your not having to be taxed on it.  Your remaining $2620 is retained by the company and receives a return on capital of 25%.  As stated in there annual report page six.

And that is why Exxon has the highest market caps of any American company and a AAA credit rating.  Cool  


37  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: There will be stock market crash soon...And the dollar will be devalued 40% on: October 05, 2013, 04:00:20 PM
yes x 1000
People with stuff in stocks will lose everything.


A share of stocks represent a fractional ownership in a company.  The intrinsic value of a company only changes if the earnings power of the company changes. Most companies are reporting record earnings right now and that's unlikely to change over the next five years.

Stocks are a better investment than bonds because most of a companies earnings are retained by the company.  A shareholders return on the retained earnings is equal to the companies return on capital.  For example Exxon has a return on capital of 25 percent.  Where else are you going to get a 25 percent return on capital?
38  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: NYC Bikers Attack Range Rover After It Hits A Rider on: October 05, 2013, 03:29:08 PM
By  Ronnie Schreiber on October 5, 2013

New York City newspapers are reporting that there were at least two and as many as five off-duty NYPD police officers among the motorcyclists riding with the pack that chased and beat Range Rover driver Alexian Lien after he rear-ended a sportbike rider who appears, in the videos of the incident, to have brake checked the SUV.

Lien drove away, hitting other motorcyclists, prompting the chase. The Daily News and the New York Post reported that an undercover officer participating in the ride observed the altercation but did not intervene and stop the beating for fear of losing his cover. He also did not call 911 to report the beating. ABC News reported that the detective works in narcotics enforcement. The newspapers’ sources say that the detective belongs to a motorcycle club called Front Line Soldiers whose membership includes other NYPD cops and that he was on the ride in a private capacity, not conducting an investigation at the time. While he did tell the NYPD that he was present, he only came forward after videos of the event started circulating, contacting superiors on Wednesday following the Sunday incident. News reports say that that the undercover detective has retained an attorney, though they don’t indicate if the lawyer was privately retained or hired by the Patrolman’s Benevolent Association, the labor union representing NYPD officers. He is reportedly the subject of an internal affairs investigation.

The New York Post reported about the detective’s affiliation with the Front Line Soldiers M/C and the Daily News said that according to its sources in addition to the undercover narcotics officer and another off-duty cop, there were possibly two or three more police officers among the estimated 20 to 30 motorcyclists on the Henry Hudson Parkway when riders tried to slow traffic, apparently so they could perform stunts.

Lien’s SUV bumped one rider who slowed suddenly in front of his car and when he accelerated to escape the pack of riders he hit several, seriously injuring Edwin “Jay” Mieses, who has since retained celebrity lawyer Gloria Aldred. Several of the bikers chased the Liens’ car for four miles, eventually catching up to him in Washington Heights when Lien got caught in Manhattan traffic. The motorcyclists smashed the Range Rover’s windows, pulled Lien from the car and beat him severely as his wife and child watched.

The undercover NYPD detective and the possible presence of other NYPD officers on the ride and their failure to report or stop the beating are being investigated by the department’s Internal Affairs bureau. In addition to the failure to intervene or even report the incident, there is the additional matter of the officers participating in a mass ride that involved numerous traffic violations including stunting on public roads. After a similar ride a year ago snarled traffic, the NYPD had made efforts this year to prevent a mass gathering of motorcyclists in Times Square, said by some to be one reason why the pack of riders were on the Henry Hudson Pkwy at the time of the altercation.
39  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Cougar life on: October 05, 2013, 09:57:24 AM
This is why I prefer to date women over 30.  Cheesy

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40  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / New Corvette fails to impress girlfriend on: October 04, 2013, 03:57:50 PM

How long will this relationship last?

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41  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: Parent arrested in Baltimore school board meeting on: September 23, 2013, 05:59:23 PM
From the Daily Caller

A YouTube video went viral over the weekend showing a parent who got violently arrested for expressing his frustrations about the implementation of the Common Core at a public forum Thursday night in the suburbs of Baltimore.

Somehow, Ellicott City parent Robert Small was then charged with assaulting a police officer in the second degree, reports The Baltimore Sun.

Small stood up out of order during a question-and-answer forum held by the Maryland State Department of Education. He interrupted Dallas Dance, the Baltimore County School Superintendent. Small explained — calmly, though not particularly fluidly — his belief that the Common Core lowers standards of education for children in the district.

“You are not preparing them for Harvard,” he said.

The irate parent, who has a sixth-grader and a second-grader and in Howard County, Md. schools, asserted that the new curriculum will only prepare students for community college.

This fall, for the first time, 45 states and the District of Columbia have begun implementing Common Core State Standards Initiative, which attempts to standardize various K-12 curricula around the country.

Criticism of the Common Core has risen sharply. Opposition has brought together conservatives who stand athwart a federal takeover of public education and leftists who deplore ever-more standardized testing.

The plan for the question-and-answer forum was for attendees write their questions down on pieces of paper. Then, Dance and the Maryland State Superintendent of Schools, Lillian Lowery, would answer them.

After Small spoke for perhaps a few minutes, a security guard confronted him. A police report alleges that Small tried to push the guard away when the guard initially confronted him.

The video does not appear to show Small pushing the guard.

“Let’s go. Let’s go,” the security guard said.

“Let him ask his question,” someone yelled.

To audible gasps, the guard then pulled the 46-year-old father aggressively in the direction of the aisle.

As the guarded escorted Small out of the forum, Small said “Don’t stand for this. You are sitting here like cattle.” Then he asked, “Is this America?”

According to The Sun, Small was then handcuffed and forced to sit on the curb outside until police showed up to take him to a local police station. He was finally released around 3 a.m.

The charge against Small, second-degree assault of a police officer, carries a maximum fine of $2,500 and a prison term of up to 10 years. Another charge, disturbing a school operation, carries a $2,500 fine and six months in prison.

“Look, I am being manhandled and shut down because I asked inconvenient questions,” Small told The Sun on Friday. “Why won’t they allow an open forum where there can be a debate? We are told to sit there and be lectured to about how great Common Core is.”

Small added that he himself attended a community college before transferring to the University of Maryland, College Park to finish his bachelor’s degree.
42  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Big Muscle! 315s baby! on: September 22, 2013, 05:33:56 PM
The 991 GT3 is in a whole other league than the Vette , only thing that matches it is the 458 Speciale

This is what it looks like from behind the wheel of the GT3

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43  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Parent arrested in Baltimore school board meeting on: September 22, 2013, 09:12:27 AM
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He asks a very reasonable question and gets escorted out of the building.   Undecided
44  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: Microsoft CEO to Retire on: August 23, 2013, 03:25:13 PM
The stocks up over seven percent for the day.   Cheesy

76 Billion in cash and short term investments on the books.
45  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Why I Quit CrossFit on: July 15, 2013, 07:08:21 PM
By Jason Kessler
Published July 9th 2013

Why I Quit CrossFit

On my very first day of CrossFit, I threw up. It happened my second day, too. And the third. And pretty much all of the first month. The combination of too many push-ups along with too much running and too many exercises I’d never heard of before turned out to be a pretty terrible recipe for my system. I’m fairly sure that if I had seen a doctor during that first month, we would have had a Very Special Talk about eating disorders. Normally when I’m dealing with so much unpleasantness, I do what most people do: give up. But somehow I decided to trudge on.

For the next three years, I squatted, pulled, pushed, deadlifted, and rowed more than I ever thought I was capable of. There were times it made me feel invincible. There were times it made me feel like a bag of marshmallows. Throughout the highs and the lows, though, I couldn’t shake the feeling that I was an imposter. I truly believed that CrossFit was only for the people with that messed-up gene that makes them go for a run before their own wedding or do squats during their lunch break. I was right.
The floor became my best friend.

Before all that, in April 2009, I was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Up until that point, I was a fairly healthy dude. I was the captain of my lacrosse team in high school. I successfully lost thirty-five pounds postcollege thanks to a dedicated plan that involved an elliptical, a portable DVD player, and The Wire. I cared about what I ate and tried not to tip the scale past the two-hundred mark. With my diagnosis, though, I was told I couldn’t lose any weight. I started to enjoy my now-legal pot prescription and the doughnuts it led me to devour. After several failed attempts to exercise during chemotherapy, I decided that I got a free pass to be as lazy as I wanted to, and, after three rounds of the terrible stuff, I was exactly what you’d probably expect: a bloated, hairless blob of a man with the endurance of a slug.

I didn’t seek out CrossFit. After chemo ended, I moved to a new neighborhood to escape the memory of my illness. I was still operating on a pretty lazy schedule, but I wanted to feel strong again, so I joined the gym closest to my house. It happened to offer CrossFit. While some people may favor easing themselves into and out of things, I prefer to go to the extreme and throw myself in the deep end on a regular basis. After that first lunch-losing experience at the gym, I found out just how deep this whole CrossFit pool was going to be.

CrossFit was unlike any workout I had ever done before. It throws out the traditional-health-club model of machines and isolated exercises and replaces them with a whole-body approach rooted in the real world. Calisthenics, Olympic lifting, and gymnastics combine to form a workout that emphasizes ten basic physical skills: cardiovascular and respiratory endurance, flexibility, stamina, strength, speed, coordination, power, accuracy, balance, and agility. Every day, a new workout (called the Workout of the Day, or WOD) is written on a whiteboard, and everyone in a class completes the same workout no matter what fitness level they’re at.

You won’t find anybody doing calf raises or exercise-ball sit-ups in a CrossFit gym (or “box,” as CrossFitters prefer to call it). Instead, there’s an open room with barbells, medicine balls, rowing machines, pull-up racks, and jump ropes. Compared to the formal atmosphere of most gyms, CrossFit boxes seem downright primal. That’s by design. Your typical CrossFitter wants to zap his fitness tank down to zero by the end of a workout. He’s not content to be just sweaty — he wants to collapse into a heap on the floor. The owners of my former gym comprised the perfect profile of who you’ll encounter at CrossFit: a former professional snowboarder looking for a bigger challenge, a college gymnast trying to maintain his strength, and a female Olympic judo star (well, an alternate) who’s been training her entire life.

There’s a lot of bravado in CrossFit, and that’s part of the appeal for lifelong athletes who can’t stand the idea of spending an hour on the treadmill. Firefighters, police, and military personnel especially love the program because it’s all based on functional movement, i.e., the same types of actions they encounter every day in their jobs. In my early days of CrossFit, I used to try to trick myself into thinking I was a firefighter to get through workouts. Then I realized that was stupid.

The first year was exhilarating. I went from that pukey weak guy with no hair to the huffing and puffing mess who kept coming back. The acclimation period is all about accomplishment. You keep beating personal records in workouts; you’re able to lift more and faster than ever before. You graduate from requiring rubber-band assistance during pull-ups to being able to do a whole set of them on your own without stopping. I began bragging about my lifting numbers, and quickly amped up the frequency of my visits from three to four, then five days per week. Without even realizing it, I became that evangelizing asshole who makes people think that CrossFit is a cult.

It’s not exactly a cult, but there’s definitely an “us versus them” mentality. I remember walking by traditional gyms and laughing at the morons doing bicep curls. I remember hearing people talk about going on runs and thinking how decimated they’d be if they had to do thrusters (a gnarly exercise in which squats are combined with barbell push-presses in one fluid motion) after every half mile. CrossFit felt small and inclusive and fun. The trainers (or “coaches,” as they say on the inside) at the gym I joined eventually branched out and opened their own box. As one of the original members of the new place, I felt some of that ownership too. I was a part of a group and we all pushed each other to work harder and faster and better. We had parties and shared inside jokes about different workouts, and I wondered how I had ever existed before this life-changing program came into my life. Then my knee started to hurt.
407 pounds is too many pounds.

Apparently, repeatedly lifting over four hundred pounds isn’t exactly good for you. My second year in CrossFit was my first as an injured CrossFitter. It was something I had seen a lot in the gym, injury; I’d never really acknowledged just how often it was happening. When I say that everyone gets hurt doing CrossFit, I mean it. Not everyone gets injured to the point where he has to get knee surgery, but I did. I also developed a chronic shoulder injury that to this day, eight months after my last CrossFit workout, is still a constant reminder that maybe a human like me shouldn’t do thirty pull-ups in a row. The messed-up part is that injuries in CrossFit are seen as badges of honor, the price of getting righteously ripped, bro. They’re the penalty for not executing movements with perfect form, but I’ve come to believe that having perfect form 100 percent of the time is literally impossible. I’ve probably done hundreds of workouts and let me tell you, not one of them was ever done with completely perfect form.

If you ask a CrossFit coach, the injuries were all my fault. In a culture that drives you to go as hard and fast as possible, it’s difficult not to get caught up in the hype. You’re supposed to push yourself to the limit, but when you hit the limit and pay the price, you’re the idiot who went too far. That double-standard combination of “no guts, no glory” and “know your boundaries” is pretty much why everyone I’ve ever known to do CrossFit will tell you about their best Fran time in the same breath as describing their worst CrossFit injury.

My injury was just the beginning of my CrossFit downfall. The more tangible factor was the program’s popularity. When I joined in 2009, there were only a handful of gyms in Los Angeles. Four years later, the number is closer to fifty official affiliates in the city. According to a recent article, CrossFit has grown from one gym in Santa Cruz, California, in 1995 to a list that may soon top ten thousand gyms, spanning every continent except Antarctica.

In 2011, The Sport of FitnessTM blew up. Reebok made an investment in CrossFit that resulted in the top prize for the CrossFit Games (the sport’s Olympics) ballooning from twenty thousand dollars to a quarter of a million dollars. All of a sudden, the Games were being broadcast by ESPN and Reebok’s CrossFit commercials were shown on national television during the NFL Playoffs. With new members flooding in every day, the gym I’d helped build started to feel foreign to me. Classes went from having ten people to thirty. Workouts took more time because the space no longer had enough equipment to support all these new CrossFitters, so we had to share everything. Instead of feeling like a small community, it felt like a fad. I had gotten in near the ground floor; now the elevator was shooting toward the ceiling and I wanted to get off.

It wasn’t just the new popularity that turned me off. I had started traveling a lot more for work, and every time I left and came back, it seemed like I was starting from zero. My strength remained, but missing just three days in a row would make me wonder if my endurance was totally gone. That would have been fine in the beginning of my CrossFit adventure, but when you’ve put three years into something, it’s truly demoralizing to feel like you can’t keep up.

I scaled back my Monday-through-Friday schedule to four days a week, then three, then just when I felt like it. I was going less often than I had when I was still recovering from chemo. I lied every time somebody asked me how CrossFit was going. “Really great!” I would say, and then I’d try to remember the last time I actually worked out.

At the same time, my gym continued to transform. As CrossFit’s popularity grew, so did the need for each individual gym to establish itself as a major player. That entailed putting more athletes in the CrossFit Games and, incidentally, not caring as much about the guy who probably never really belonged there in the first place.

After I quit, I didn’t do anything for months. I felt like a failure. I felt like I had let my postchemo self down. I didn’t think I could ever work out hard enough to match the results I used to get from CrossFit, so I figured it was better just to do nothing. Slowly but surely I made my way back to the weight I had reached before I started CrossFit. I saw myself as the same blob, but now with a full head of hair and no excuse for why I looked like I had been artificially inflated.

Last week, I started to work out again, at home. After ten minutes, I threw up. Looks like I’m going to be just fine on my own.

46  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Quote from Arnold on Reddit on: July 11, 2013, 04:43:01 PM
The Real Arnold

Thanks for sharing this.

Everybody, behave and stop bickering. This is about inspiring more people to get into fitness. I've never understood people who argue constantly about who is wrong and who is right in fitness, because the fact is, there are many "right" answers, especially for people just starting out.

Do you think Sergio Oliva and I did the same thing? No. In fact, you could walk into Gold's and watch the 5 best guys and see 5 completely different routines. And you know what? We didn't argue.

Do me a favor. Try to focus more on expanding the fitness community as a whole than protecting your little corner of it.
47  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: London to turn into Islamabad by 2025... on: February 20, 2013, 02:38:58 PM
Here is an interesting BBC article about why white British have left London.  I found the 2000+ comments more interesting than anything.
48  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Police perform extensive cavity search on two women on: December 21, 2012, 02:56:15 PM
A female state trooper from Texas has been suspended following allegations of an illegal and humiliating “roadside body cavity search” during a routine traffic stop.

According to KVUE news, two Irving women, Angel Dobbs, 38, and her niece, Ashley Dobbs, 24, were driving along Highway 161 on July 13, when they were pulled over by state troopers Kelley Helleson and David Farrell for allegedly throwing a cigarette butt out the window of their car.

In the dascham footage released by the women and their attorney this week, Helleson is seen prepping herself by wearing a latex glove and performing an extensive…cavity search on both females.

After the officer finished…her work, Angel Dobbs can be heard in the video saying:

"This has been an eye opening experience for me. Never have I been pulled over, never have I been searched like this. I mean, I was like totally violated over there a few minutes ago. I had a finger up my ass and a finger in my p***. This is so embarrassing to me."

Speaking to KTVT-TV this week, Angel Dobbs said: "At this point, I’m in clear shock. I can’t even believe this is happening. Turns me around goes down into the front of my pants into my inner thigh and at which point she goes up with two fingers. I just look at her and say 'Oh my God, I’ve just been violated.' I was molested, I was violated. I was humiliated."

Her niece, Ashley Dobbs, added: "I didn't know what I could say or what I could do. I felt helpless."

This past Monday, the two women sued both Helleson and her fellow trooper Farrell, along with Steven McCraw, the director of the Department of Public Safety, in the federal U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

"This intrusive cavity search occurred on the side of a public freeway illuminated by lights from the police vehicle in full view of the passing public," reads an excerpt from the lawsuit that was posted by WFAA. "Moreover, this roadside body cavity search was done without her consent."

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The female officer seemed to be enjoying this too much.  Lips sealed
49  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Was "Teh Chad" a pretty big dude himself?? on: November 10, 2012, 06:27:10 PM
I love the fanny pack.  Cheesy
50  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: 2012 Sheru Classic - Very bad day for Dave Palumbo on: October 05, 2012, 09:25:22 AM
So he slipped on a step, fell and somehow landed so his quadtendons snapped? Was the stairs 3 stories up?

Feel bad for him honestly, but how come when bodybuilders fall victim to everyday accidents they fall apart like a cigarette ash Huh

According to Dave he had just washed his hands and did not want to touch the hand rail coming down the stairs.   Undecided
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