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reply to post by AutumnWitch657
i lost a little over 200 lbs in 2011
I stopped beating my wife all the time. It was hard to do, a massive struggle against my own masculine ego....but i finally was able to give it up. Now when we play xbox, i let her beat me sometimes.
reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan
I really don't need a thread on this. It is common sense. If our ancestors screwed up as bad as we have we wouldn't be here today. I never remember my grandfather being sick. Not even a cold. I rarely saw my uncles and aunts have much more than minor illnesses. There is Tachychardia on my fathers side, I have found how to control that long ago. It is an inconvenience but not a disability. The only way it becomes a disability is when you let the doctors give you pills, pills that make you gain weight and get sick. I won't take a pill for that anymore, eating foods with leucines in them can stop it from going over 220 bpm. I can work all day with it at two hundred. My normal heart beat is at about a hundred twenty. Maybe I can't run for a mile from a bear but that is what they make 357 magnum Desert Eagles for.edit on 16-12-2013 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)
reply to post by abeverage
Good advice. Sounds like you have,some experience.