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Posted On:8/02/2006 4:59pm
Originally Posted by Alex
cant get into clubs.
people dont give good jobs to 16 year olds
people look down on you
No bills to pay...
Not responsible for anyone but yourself...
Can get pissed as a fart and still function the next day...
Can bone lots of hot teenage chicks...
Metabolism keeps you a skinner fucker...
I'd say you pretty much got it made.
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Posted On:8/02/2006 5:05pm
Style: Sanda, BJJ
Living in America I can honestly say metabolism did not save the majority of my peers.
Posted On:8/09/2006 11:51pm
Style: budo core body training
Good diet obviously improves quality of life, energy levels, happiness, and so on. But takes discipline to teach the body what it should like - getting rid of previous "tastes" is sometimes hard. Peanut butter, sugar chocolates, potato chips, products containing "vegetable oils" are some of the things I am off for good now, and took me only a few months of effort, bolstered by some reading on nutrition that made my brain say "no way!"
Posted On:8/09/2006 11:55pm
Oh, and looking in your 20s while in your 30s doesn't hurt - a combination of young looks with mature outlook brings in those hot chicks almost as much as ugly fat fucks can get with money alone. :lol:
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Posted On:8/10/2006 12:25am
Style: n/a (ex-Karate)
And the relationship between pain and the martial arts is...?
Martial Arts and Philosophy: Beating and Nothingness
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Posted On:1/12/2008 5:42pm
I find that feeling the pain associated with a certain technique, such as a lock, helps me to understand the technique more fully. You can apply what you feel, and also have a sense for the technique on both ends.
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