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      09-09-2019, 06:08 PM   #23
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I also read about this this weekend (or this morning?). Don't touch the carousel yet!!

https://www.google.com/search?q=reve...hrome&ie=UTF-8

https://www.foxnews.com/health/groud...-be-reversible

I wonder if Unclewed has heard about this?
9 thalamus-challenged individuals don't make much of a study

Wait, is thalamus-challenged a protected class that I shouldn't shame?

And when they speak of the dieabeetus, they don't mean us JUVENILE diabetics that have been shooting up for almost 40 years.
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9 thalamus-challenged individuals don't make much of a study

Wait, is thalamus-challenged a protected class that I shouldn't shame?

And when they speak of the dieabeetus, they don't mean us JUVENILE diabetics that have been shooting up for almost 40 years.
people will believe a case study over a controlled trail with over 20,000 subjects.

lets forget about power and p-value; everything is significant if I say so
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A great response from James Corden:

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/james-c...ng-2019-09-14/
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A big girl has some advantages. Warmth in the winter. And in the summer...shade!
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A big girl has some advantages. Warmth in the winter. And in the summer...shade!
Is that glass half full over there, sir?
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No problem with fat people, or their personal choices regarding diet and exercise. But I completely disagree with fat people that try to force the rest of society to accept their health standards as acceptable, and distorted view of the simple anatomy and physiology of the human body.

Disregarding disease, illnesses, injuries and age, if you’re the first one picked off from a pack of people by a lion, then you’re probably fat and should work on that.
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It's usually a mental issue, and I'm not talking about the people with legit health problems that cause them to be overweight.

I work with a few people who are extremely obese, and they all have one thing in common. They have very little care for anything. Zero work ethic, zero passion, zero drive, and almost always generally unhappy.
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It's usually a mental issue, and I'm not talking about the people with legit health problems that cause them to be overweight.

I work with a few people who are extremely obese, and they all have one thing in common. They have very little care for anything. Zero work ethic, zero passion, zero drive, and almost always generally unhappy.
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Is that glass half full over there, sir?
You bet it is. And so's the passenger seat. REALLY full.

If my girl wanted to haul ass, she'd have to make 2 or 3 trips.
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