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    american obesity

    this was a random thought they say that americans are over weight well this could be a reason im sittin in an online highschool class right now where i am taking ONLINE PE!!!!!!!! how are they going to continue to say that they are trying to strt preventing it in schools by making the kids excersize when they set up couses like these??????
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    we are going to end up like the people on the movie about the robot
    that cleaned up earth, was it WALLE. the humans were all blobs of fat
    and floated around, let me tell you, with all the remote, electronic,
    and easy internet ordering, were headed that way, when you see
    a chair like the simpson where homer's recliner had a bar, fridge,
    remote, and a crapper, we are in trouble, he heehhaaa :wink:

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    haha ya i come from a long line of over weight daibetees and heart problems so im tryin to stay in the best shape i can be in and doin pretty well for now
    pray for our soldiers our freedom and rain

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    i wasnt over weight till i started getting better from my wreck and quit drinkin. then i discovered ice cream. and i cant walk it off like i use to. so now in 40 lbs extra.

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    I am currently in the design phase of installing a weed eater engine on my exercise bike.

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    I've lost 80 lbs. since last June. How come the "bomb" keeps slowing down?
    No matter where you go, there you are.
    **IN GOD WE TRUST**

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    44 years old, 6'4" tall and 175lbs. Graduated High Scool in 82 and 160 lbs. I can eat a cow for dinner and not gain a pound. I can drive chocolate shakes all day and not gain a pound. In all honesty, it really sucks. I have no reason to exercise. Of course I have broken both of my legs in my lifetime, so I can't run. But shoot, come on. I have been wearing 33 waist jeans for 20 years. I need some new clothes. LOL.

    I love my weight, my wife make me eat all the time. She gets up a 4:30 in the moring and makes my breakfast and has dinner waiting on me when I get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suicidebomb
    I've lost 80 lbs. since last June. How come the "bomb" keeps slowing down?
    Maybe your track is a little down hill, you need the weight for more momentum. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by suicidebomb
    I've lost 80 lbs. since last June. How come the "bomb" keeps slowing down?

    I was thinking you now had a traction problem. Gonna have to readjust the 4 link.

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    I JUST WANT TO KNOW HOW YOU LOST 80LBS IN LESS THAN A YEAR :shock: I NEED THAT BAD ops:
    ***IN GOD WE TRUST***GOD BLESS AMERICA******


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