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Old 02-04-2013, 03:42 AM   #302201
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and being able to calculate calories in vs. calories out at all .... is all based on 3500-3600 calories = 1 pound

otherwise none of it would make sense
the numbers would be off



we can put a man on the moon
we can make smartphones that are virtually super computers in our hands
yet we can't calculate how many calories turn into 1 pound of fat
makes sense
You're continually mixing in your diet to this conversation, which is a related but separate topic that nobody is arguing other than yourself.

Really, I was just asking for some actual data, like whether lean tissue and water was included, how the data was found, and who the data applied to. That's really all that's needed to give some substance to this magical 3500 calorie number. Dave cited his source and held up his original statement. The article doesn't give any of the specifics though and is extremely broad and generalized so that a housewife can understand, and the details I want are omitted.

What are you even arguing ed?
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Old 02-04-2013, 03:52 AM   #302207
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Just finished working on my second radio show. had to interview this persian girl which was the vocalist for Avicii's recent track called "three million" and had to edit it, she did so many takes, so I had to find which one was the best
Was the track called "three million" because that's how many takes it took her to get it right?
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how do you like that?
you don't know me and i don't know you... so you don't get away with saying "ching chong math"
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That's racist.

It's Kim Lee math.
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lol, reminds me of when my mom said "These are real tomatoes from our backyard." I responded, "As opposed to the fake tomatoes growing in our backyard?"

She was stumped for a few seconds at that one.
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Weird. Looks like it's a removable cap. Maybe for external connection to battery?
Good call, would be a useful feature for a car in cold climates. I was thinking possibly a filling port for something like LPG and the tank would be in the boot.
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Was the track called "three million" because that's how many takes it took her to get it right?
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lol, reminds me of when my mom said "These are real tomatoes from our backyard." I responded, "As opposed to the fake tomatoes growing in our backyard?"

She was stumped for a few seconds at that one.
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lol, reminds me of when my mom said "These are real tomatoes from our backyard." I responded, "As opposed to the fake tomatoes growing in our backyard?"

She was stumped for a few seconds at that one.
My mom does that all the time and I respond in kind. I usually get a smack on the arm, but it cracks me up every time.
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Good call, would be a useful feature for a car in cold climates. I was thinking possibly a filling port for something like LPG and the tank would be in the boot.
The alternative fuel filler idea also occurred to me. LPG tank would make sense.
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1 infraction point for trolling mom moghul.
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