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Old 01-31-2013, 01:53 PM   #300581
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IT just came in and told me I couldn't stream radio off the internet...
The day the music died...
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A little bit of both, I suspect. That or make you feel worse. How would you feel if you weighed as much as a cow?
Yeah, I'm trying to work myself down from a cow to a pig.

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Old 01-31-2013, 01:56 PM   #300583
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Old 01-31-2013, 02:00 PM   #300584
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Actually, E46 M3 rotors. Thicker and there are the OE/Euro floating rotors available. For a non-M 3-series, it's pretty much the best value with most affordable replacement parts of any BBK. $1099 initial purchase and replacement rotors at a fraction the cost of any 2-piece, it's a great choice for the budget-minded enthusiast.

Our 2-piece rotor gives the option of upgrading to a traditional race rotor, and at that point, no excuses are necessary... serious race performance at a value price!
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Old 01-31-2013, 02:01 PM   #300585
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Well, everything else is going to require a little bit of maintenance. You could go the Carlos route and do metal hair. The split ends, though...
Metal hair is kinda tempting, but takes a lot of motivation. Just growing my hair out as long as it was in those pictures took a lot of patience and effort.

Tempting...
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Old 01-31-2013, 02:02 PM   #300586
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this morning I had a hard boiled egg and a slice of toast for breakfast. I've got 3 tangerines and a banana for a snack, some healthy choice chicken noodle soup, and some nuts and dried fruit.
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I think I was in middle school at the time.. back in the days of dial up aol.
I started with 56k but I forget the provider. I remember when we upgraded to comcast cable right as I got back from 2 weeks of camping. ZOMG so fast.
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I started with 56k but I forget the provider. I remember when we upgraded to comcast cable right as I got back from 2 weeks of camping. ZOMG so fast.
aka so much porn so fast
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Metal hair is kinda tempting, but takes a lot of motivation. Just growing my hair out as long as it was in those pictures took a lot of patience and effort.

Tempting...
You could probably keep it up until you get a job.
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lol
Have never passed about 220 lbs whether being lazy or being leaner with muscle. Maybe I should try to drop back down to 190.
I don't really see why you can't compete in our weight loss competition, since it's not a bet and relies on who can give the best effort. It's the same as entry fees to a mountain bike race or something.
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I don't really see why you can't compete in our weight loss competition, since it's not a bet and relies on who can give the best effort. It's the same as entry fees to a mountain bike race or something.
It started off as a bet between the two of you, so I didn't want in.
Probably could.
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You do realize cheeseburger is code for something else non food related, right?



Much healthier selection of food than the usual though.
I didn't
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It started off as a bet between the two of you, so I didn't want in.
Probably could.
Well, a bet would rely on chance. I don't think it was really ever up to chance.
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Metal hair is kinda tempting, but takes a lot of motivation. Just growing my hair out as long as it was in those pictures took a lot of patience and effort.

Tempting...
Metal/Robo-Sonic comes to mind for some odd reason...

Watching my coworkers try to fix the copy machine is hilarious...They all have this cave person look about them as they circle the machine pushing buttons and proding the machine...Then I go in and fix it in 2 seconds
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I'm cool with that. What's the metric and when does it end?
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Well, a bet would rely on chance. I don't think it was really ever up to chance.
Knee-jerk reaction to betting.
Yeah, it would probably be ok since things like games of skill are acceptable. Would have to check on the monetary involvement.
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I'm cool with that. What's the metric and when does it end?
purely subjective sexiness
6 months?
take before, during, after pics
since we know the number on the scale says nothing about physical conditioning or looks
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