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    Spoken like a true brainwash. Funny thing is,...

    Spoken like a true brainwash. Funny thing is, you've already stated beliefs in this thread that are not based on the Bible.
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    Empty claim. And a false one.

    Empty claim. And a false one.
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    We do know his gym was a man cave.

    We do know his gym was a man cave.
  • I've been social distancing since before the...

    I've been social distancing since before the pandemic. I went to my daughter's wedding in Arkansas on Valentine's day, but we like our little desert paradise, and don't seek out crowds unless...
  • Back to the OP, the way I read that post is "I...

    Back to the OP, the way I read that post is "I feel perfectly normal, I have no physical or social issues to speak of, and I don't feel the need to get into fights or become a sexual deviant. Does...
  • We get that you want to look good, but how do you...

    We get that you want to look good, but how do you want to feel? Do you want to enjoy this trip, or merely endure it?
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    Is the joint pain in your elbows? Try neutral...

    Is the joint pain in your elbows? Try neutral grip. That makes it easier for some people.

    Lots of good advice here, but I would say that in order to make more progress, you just have to keep...
  • That's a lot of ads.

    That's a lot of ads.
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    Can't speak for gyms, but pushups is a good...

    Can't speak for gyms, but pushups is a good start. No bicep activation, though. Even though you said not to recommend pullups, I recommend them anyway. Get a bar. They're not expensive. You must...
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    Sounds to me like what you need is consistency. ...

    Sounds to me like what you need is consistency. Find a program, follow it as written, and stick with it. When you overthink things, when you start following one idea, then another, you just end up...
  • Fess up, Corbi, they've been doing that around...

    Fess up, Corbi, they've been doing that around your house for years!
  • I go out about twice a week. Other than my work...

    I go out about twice a week. Other than my work commute, that's about how often I was in public before the pandemic anyway. I wear my mask, do my social distancing, and wash my hands...
  • That makes sense. Even though caution is still...

    That makes sense. Even though caution is still called for, I do think it's time to start putting our toes back in the water. Looks like I'll be working from home for most of the summer, though --...
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    The bad news: Hydroxychloroquine linked to...

    The bad news:

    Hydroxychloroquine linked to increase in COVID-19 deaths, heart risks


    The good news:

    Remdesivir shortens Covid19 recovery times

    I think the good news is better than the...
  • The entire goal of the lockdown was not to stop...

    The entire goal of the lockdown was not to stop the spread of the virus, that can't be done currently. The idea was to slow it down enough so that hospitals and medical workers would not be...
  • [QUOTE=acrawlingchaos;1605635501] First, let me...

    You've got a warped view of rights, and a very cavalier attitude for the lives of others if you think seat belt laws are wrong. Not my go-to source of guidance for pandemic response.
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    Yeah, I'm torn. I have a basic design and the...

    Yeah, I'm torn. I have a basic design and the tools that I'd want to build it with (Django, which uses Python and Javascript and SQLite for a single user, MySQL or Postgres for multi-user), but I'm...
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    There's a lot of individual variation in...

    There's a lot of individual variation in metabolic rate. How active are you? Are you a "fidgiter", someone who can't stop bouncing around?

    You say you are strong for your size, but is your...
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    Living out here in the desert we expect to only...

    Living out here in the desert we expect to only see desert birds. But there's a true oasis about 15 miles away from us, with springs, creeks, and a couple of medium-sized reservoirs, and it attracts...
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    I should have been following this thread a long...

    I should have been following this thread a long time ago. Lots of good stuff in here, Greg!
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