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« Reply #7170 on: July 31, 2012, 05:11:23 PM »

Regular gymnasts have machinelike bodies.  I've heard rumors that gymnasts can really screw up their menstrual cycle because they have such low body fat that their reproductive systems kinda shut down because they don't have enough body fat to support a healthy pregnancy.  That's often why competitive female gymnasts are so young; they haven't quite hit puberty yet.  If I remember basic human biology, a woman's body fat % should never be lower than 12-15% and a man's should never be lower than about 5%.  And since female gymnasts probably have, like, 5-7% body fat... yeah.  

See, and that is why most guys don't find female gymnasts attractive.  Biologically speaking, their bodies do not scream "FERTILITY!!!!" to our wiggle-wackers.  

Rhythmic gymnasts have more "normal" bodies.  And as said earlier, whenever I was in school (be it high school or university) the best looking girls were always volleyball players.  

And, yes, I can only stand to watch Olympics or Tour de France for maybe an hour at most, then I simply have to get up and go ride or go lift or something.  Last I checked my body fat % is about 14%.  Despite not being the chick in my band any more, I am apparently a very healthy woman!
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« Reply #7171 on: July 31, 2012, 09:52:42 PM »

1. Get told I'm moving to embedded testing at work. This is really good for my future career goals. Get told at lunch I'm not actually moving to embedded testing. FUCK.

2. Go to Target to get dinner. Still not stocking new tiny lesbian horse dolls. FUCK.

3. Get home from Target. Hit up Pitchfork. Find out that Bill Doss died. Now I just want to cry myself to sleep.
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« Reply #7172 on: July 31, 2012, 10:52:18 PM »


2. Go to Target to get dinner. Still not stocking new tiny lesbian horse dolls. FUCK.

Target in this country is like Walmart, Should I call and ask for tiny lesbian horse dolls?

Hey Dincrest, I agree with your trainer comment. My trainer is a bit different though, He did a tonne of porno films back in the day to fund for his Gym. Can you say, built body tiny dong?
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« Reply #7173 on: July 31, 2012, 11:02:00 PM »

Guitaring gives me goo-wrist WHY AM I WEAK LIKE PUNY BABY.
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« Reply #7174 on: July 31, 2012, 11:48:38 PM »

I just bought ass creed: brothas in da hood, ass creed: revolution 9, and binary domain: bloop bleep bloop
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« Reply #7175 on: August 01, 2012, 10:33:20 AM »

Had to take my wife to the airport this morning. She has to fly out to Raleigh, North Carolina for work. I guess they bought out a company there and she's needed to help train some people. I'll have to go pick her up tomorrow night.
So I guess it's Wild Wednesday Without the Wife for me. Probably just play Batman, read my book, and go to bed. Just like any other night. Crazy, I know.

I'm having a hard time enjoying the Olympics with knowing almost all the results ahead of time. It's pretty much impossible to avoid spoilers. I'd have to stay off the internet entirely.
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« Reply #7176 on: August 01, 2012, 01:21:28 PM »

This Olympics seems kinda low key.  I'm REALLY looking forward to the 2016 games, though.  It's going to be in Rio de Janeiro, the first time South America has ever hosted, so that already piques my interest since it's a unique locale. 

And I wonder if a different network will get coverage, because I'm not thrilled with NBC's coverage.  Enough filler about Phelps and Lochte already.  How about Kim Rhode, who quietly won Gold in skeet shooting and is competing in her FIFTH straight Olympics?  How about judo, where the aforementioned Travis Stevens fought like a lion despite his face being bandaged up like a mummy, or Marti "Martian" Malloy quietly winning bronze?  Or Kristin Armstrong winning gold in road cycling?  What about more coverage of events like kayaking that you don't see every day?  Not "superstar" enough for you?

Travis Stevens= Olympic spirit... but sadly no one will ever know that. 
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« Reply #7177 on: August 01, 2012, 02:59:09 PM »

That right there is the problem. NBC highlights what THEY think the people want to see. It's the same every Olympics. Gymnastics, swimming, and running take precedence, with everything else squeezed in at a odd times, or not at all. I would love it if they showed a bunch of the lesser known sports during prime time. I can't watch in the middle of the day! I understand that their goal is to make money, but they don't even give anyone a chance to decide. Considering the soaring popularity of archery, you'd think they would have capitalized on that, but I didn't hear a thing about it until after it was done. They don't even make mention on the main station that other events are available on sister channels. I imagine it's because they don't want to spread out the audience. Hopefully, someone new gets it next time, and we get more choices.
I tried to Youtube some of these things, but, not surprisingly, they are not available. I'm sure NBC is all over making sure people aren't posting stuff.
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« Reply #7178 on: August 01, 2012, 03:57:48 PM »

If you have a compatible ISP, you can watch live/recaps/recorded (in some instances) on their website.  You just have to have your login info for your ISP. I think there are guest passes you can use too.

Considering the soaring popularity of archery, you'd think they would have capitalized on that, but I didn't hear a thing about it until after it was done. They don't even make mention on the main station that other events are available on sister channels.

There was a decent amount of archery on initially, but it was only on live on MSNBC during the day =\.  Supposedly their website nbcolympics.com lists the schedule for all the channels that are covering it (or maybe just their own), but I haven't see any schedule.

Seriously some of the lesser known sports are fun to watch.  It's a shame they don't get more attention and air time.  I watched some fencing, handball, and archery on the other channels and it was interesting to watch. 

I'm not surprised they're fucking it up.  I don't know why they don't let you buy passes online to watch the games.  Seriously, like $20 bucks for all 3 weeks to watch whatever I want live or previously recorded (if available), would be great.
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« Reply #7179 on: August 01, 2012, 04:26:23 PM »

I *love* hearing how Canadian athletes are doing....  Fuck, I'd rather hear about Phelps and any another gold metalists from any country than the bronze's and 4th places they're getting.  Put, alas, Canadian tv needs to prioritize Canadians...
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« Reply #7180 on: August 01, 2012, 06:26:18 PM »

Well, its nicer than seeing the USA-centric channels. Ok Phelps, whatever, haven't we seen enough? There ARE other athletes and events I'd like to see. I like to see how the Canadians are doing, even if its "just" bronze. And of course whatever the Canadians are losing at, we still see plenty of "winner" footage.

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« Reply #7181 on: August 01, 2012, 08:54:18 PM »

1. Target finally had tiny lesbian horse dollies. I am happy about this.

2. I saw a blind cat walking out to target and by blind I don't think it even had eyes. Not even empty sockets. Really unnerving looking. But also strangely beautiful. Neutral leaning towards positive.

3. Bill Doss is still dead :(

Current Mood: Conflicted.

Gonna go eat a lasag.
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« Reply #7182 on: August 01, 2012, 09:50:16 PM »

Dincrest has (without his own knowledge) contributed to my word of the week. Greatly appreciated, dude.

Trying to decide on going to a renaissance fair in upstate NY in a few weeks. Never been to one before, so I'm curious if anyone here has been to one and has any insight?
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« Reply #7183 on: August 01, 2012, 09:56:15 PM »

This takes place right down the road from where I live. It's...interesting, lol. I have some friends who absolutely love this stuff. I guess it's kinda medieval cosplay, lol
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« Reply #7184 on: August 01, 2012, 09:58:05 PM »

Agend d- Haha, nice!  It was actually my frontman (now former frontman) who coined that term back in 2010.  I've/we've been using it ever since and it's catching on!  

Ren Faires are loads of fun.  I've never been to the Sterling Forest one, but I've been to the PA Ren Faire.  Some of it is a little cheesy, but just go with it.  Pretend like you're in a JRPG.  There were times the PA Ren Faire felt like I was in a Compile Heart JRPG.  And I assume you're going with friends, because ren faires are always more fun with a group.  The PA ren Faire last year was my first time at a ren faire and I had a great time.
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