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  1. #91
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    Wow! He doesn't look fat to me....
    BMI charts must not understand some people... arn't stick boys!
    Atypical example and a steroid freak as well. Unfortunately, most people your size don't look like that.
    Last edited by FreeBirdTim; Jul 31, 2018 at 11:13 AM.

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    your neighbors have a substantial security force? who the heck are you? is peyton manning your neighbor?
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  3. #93
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    The more I read one certain person's posts, the more I find several adages to be applicable :

    (1) Tis' better to be thought a fool and remain silent than to open your mouth and remove all doubt,
    (2) Never miss a good opportunity to shut up,
    (3) Never argue with a stupid person. They drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience, and
    (4) In the words of the philosopher, Ron White, "You can't fix stupid".

    Just saying.
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  4. #94

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    you talkin to me? you talkin to me?

  5. #95
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    Jeff, Jeff, Jeff ... please check your ego at the door. Not only am I talking to you, I'm talking about you. Who else could it possibly be.

    Dang kids.
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  6. #96
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    Yeh OK.
    Here is a pic of me from 1991, 232lbs

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    Which according to the BMI makes me overweight. Hmmmmm Invisible fat?
    I have a lot more muscle now and could lose what little gut I have about 10 lbs. My brother in law is a sports medicine doctor and said the BMI does not take in to consideration large bones, bone density and athletic builds... not a stick boy. I have met a few people from this forum in person that can verify that I'm not fat but very muscular.... but I asked them and they don't like you... as most people don't so.......
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    He needs to lose a lot of weight if he wants to go treasure hunting.
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    I have met a few people from this forum in person that can verify that I'm not fat but very muscular.... but I asked them and they don't like you... as most people don't so
    I could give a rat's behind if anyone here likes me. I will always give my honest opinion on any subject posted on these forums. My opinion on you and your BMI stands. You are clinically classified as being obese.

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    My brother in law is a sports medicine doctor and said the BMI does not take in to consideration large bones, bone density and athletic builds..
    I made an inappropriate comment, so I removed it.
    Last edited by FreeBirdTim; Jul 31, 2018 at 11:11 AM.

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    geez!!! I only have a few brain cells left....I really have to watch reading some of these posts in fear of losing them!!!

    As far as the question of the thread? I don't have any stories that come close...

    The closest thing that happened was.... Years ago my younger brothers truck was broken into, he was young at the time , about 17 or 18. They stole his detector (BH), stereo, amp, speakers, and whatever else they could get out of it. We eventually found out who it was....Couldn't prove it to the police,. The thief ran his mouth and said "no video no proof etc..." He also started harassing my brother, following him around, trying to scare him. About a month or so later the thief's uninsured truck ended up tore up!! A group of guys stopped at his house, ran up, beat all the windows every panel,tires, and lights. They did a good job of it!! in a hurry yelling " no video no proof etc..." on the way out..... The truck was never driven again and sat tore up for years.

    No, it really wasn't the right or legal way to handle it, but....... My brother was left alone after that and that guy never said a word to him again. I think he got the hint. We never got any of the stuff back and at that point didn't even care.

    As far as the guns go...I have them around, I'm not quick to grab one, but do carry when I feel like I should, for whatever reason. If someone was in the house with my wife and child here? They are getting shot. I don't care about lawsuits, jail, or whatever else. I would not take the chance if that kind of situation came up. No doubt in my mind!!! I crack up at some of the stupid suggestions of the anti gun idiots!!! That's their choice not to have them, but don't shame the people that do. As far as I know it's still a Right.
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    Hi ,This thread seems to totally resemble an overloaded cattle truck .TP
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    Quote Originally Posted by chub View Post
    Can you see the 25 tattoo above left eye?

    chub

    Anyway, Im not here to argue. We have a gun thread.

    If you are saying that you would be glad for your wife and kids to return home to this person waiting inside your house then good for you !
    Maybe your wife can chime in here?
    This is one of my biggest fears ...probably the biggest. Is being in a situation where I couldn't protect my wife or child. I really don't have any fear or very little when I'm alone. I feel it is my job to protect them and want the options that we do have to do it. Has nothing to do with feeling tuff or paranoid or whatever else. I'm not a "tuff guy". I'm weak at this point, I'm a horrible fighter.

    Anyhow... kind of off subject but when I saw this post I thought "yes!! That is my real fear". I've been around and seen enough things happen, so fast. I'm glad he fled and didn't want confrontation or feel cornered in your home, It could have went real bad real fast!!!

    Not trying to stir up the gun debate but it does fit the subject when thinking about the type of thing that happened in your home and I won't argue or go any further about it in your thread. God!!! I couldn't even imagine something happening to my wife or child in front of me and not have anything to do something about it. I lived in a neighborhood in the past that creepy crawlers would wonder through or out of our back yard when we pulled in. They would usually ask for a cig and move on but when they are on stuff they can be very unpredictable.
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    I can resist anything but temptation and temptation has knocked on my mental door about the BMI discussion. No one asked for this but here goes ...

    I’m overweight (5’-11” @ 196 pounds). That gives me a BMI of 27.3, overweight. That has been a lifelong fact (and fight) for me but has not had any particular negative effect on my health. I have always been active and have done such foolish things as participating in a sprint triathlon and a few half marathons. The fat man plods along.

    At my most recent annual physical, my doctor led off with, “For your age, you’re in good shape ... but you’re fat.” I jokingly accused her of body profiling and she said, “You heard me.” My fight with weight is constant. To use Kyle Matthews’ lyrics, I fall down and I get up.

    BMI is an interesting tool that helps inform a doctor about a patient’s weight/body fat ratio but that is all it is, a tool. By itself, BMI means very little. Other metrics are necessary to adequately assess a person’s health risks from obesity. For example, body fat percentage is likely a better indicator of potential problems than BMI as BMI is a simple ratio between height and weight adjusted for gender (male or female). Other health risk factors include hypertension, hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol), and genetics.

    There are painfully obvious examples of persons who are clearly obese and, to tell the truth, I often wonder how you get to 400 pounds without noticing. How does that sneak up on you? However, to denigrate someone based on BMI seems, at the least rude and at worst ignorant if not stupid. I know that persons make statements based on opinion, experiences, and limited knowledge and then dig-in for a fight. That’s OK. Everyone is entitled to his or her thoughts.

    So ends my rant.
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  14. #104
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    And, yes, Jeff-Gordon, I'm talking about you again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stringtyer View Post
    I can resist anything but temptation and temptation has knocked on my mental door about the BMI discussion. No one asked for this but here goes ...

    I’m overweight (5’-11” @ 196 pounds). That gives me a BMI of 27.3, overweight. That has been a lifelong fact (and fight) for me but has not had any particular negative effect on my health. I have always been active and have done such foolish things as participating in a sprint triathlon and a few half marathons. The fat man plods along.

    At my most recent annual physical, my doctor led off with, “For your age, you’re in good shape ... but you’re fat.” I jokingly accused her of body profiling and she said, “You heard me.” My fight with weight is constant. To use Kyle Matthews’ lyrics, I fall down and I get up.

    BMI is an interesting tool that helps inform a doctor about a patient’s weight/body fat ratio but that is all it is, a tool. By itself, BMI means very little. Other metrics are necessary to adequately assess a person’s health risks from obesity. For example, body fat percentage is likely a better indicator of potential problems than BMI as BMI is a simple ratio between height and weight adjusted for gender (male or female). Other health risk factors include hypertension, hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol), and genetics.

    There are painfully obvious examples of persons who are clearly obese and, to tell the truth, I often wonder how you get to 400 pounds without noticing. How does that sneak up on you? However, to denigrate someone based on BMI seems, at the least rude and at worst ignorant if not stupid. I know that persons make statements based on opinion, experiences, and limited knowledge and then dig-in for a fight. That’s OK. Everyone is entitled to his or her thoughts.

    So ends my rant.
    Well Said!

    Those were some of the rudist and most uncalled for posts I've seen here, especially the 'MOOOOOO' by FBT calling him a cow... those comments along with an elderly man's photo being shown here and him being referred to as an Old Geezer is disgusting.

    I've been sitting at a Hospice House for 2.5 days now and one of my g-uncles just died... He looked a lot like that elderly man in the photo at almost 90yrs old.

    Unless that photo of the man in the red shorts IS FreeBirdTim.. that photo and the comments should of never been posted.

    No Respect For Anyone.

    String...You are right about BMI testing only. Don't let those comments bother you...I can tell you are a better person and that's what counts.

    Kace
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