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<!I have been lowcarbing for about 3months (had a week off over xmas) however,
back on induction....
If i do a small amount of cardio e.g 30 - 40 mins Bike; after - the endorphins
seem to flow and i don't feel too bad. However, if i do resistance training i
seem to feel really drained of energy and i am overcome by a generall feeling
After resistance training today (feeling drained)i went and ate a low carb
breakfast, which seemed to pick me up but throughout the day i have still felt
Help anyone? I know this post is prob a bit vague but im hoping its just a
common hurdle that people know about...........
><!HAHAHAHAHA. This cross-dressing loony is turning out to be a godsend
for the liberals.
After we bomb North Korea, what's the next country we should invade?
"Iran. Though that's the beauty part of Iraq: It may well not be
necessary. Because precisely what I'm saying with nuking North
Korea-despite that wonderful peace deal Madeline Albright negotiated
with the North Koreans, six seconds before they feverishly began
developing nuclear weapons. They're a major threat. I just think it
would be fun to nuke them and have it be a warning to the rest of the
I'm gonna say I could take Ray Romano. Just 'cause I really want to. Here
are my faves from the above page:
The Onion: Who could you take in a fight?
Conan O'Brien: Let's see, who could I take in a fight? Definitely Ruth
Bader Ginsburg. Have you seen her? Her upper body is very frail. I think I
could take her if she was sleepy and I had a two-by-four. She'd go down
The Onion: Who could you take in a fight?
Emo Philips: Hawking, Reeve. Not at the same time.
ironcladlou, keeper of faq, bringer of poop humor
"You are a pitiful excuses for a human beings." - tzakol
I was wondering what is the best way to find out the person to whom a coat
of arms was granted. I have a list from Burke's Armory of Perry/Pery Arms
that were granted (about 15 in total) but most of them don't say which
particular person the Arms were granted to, although I know one or two of
them. I have found one of the families in the Herald's visitations, but it
doesn't say to whom the arms were granted, is the earliest person in the
pedigree the original bearer of the arms? I realise I can apply to the
College of Arms, but I was hoping there would be a slightly more inexpensive
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<!For those AFers contemplating a walking program this Spring, you may want to
pick up the April issue of Prevention. A special issue devoted to Walking
Included is a 4 week pull-out plan specified for either the Walking Rookie or
the Walking Whiz. Lots of great tips. Also included is their test of Walking
Shoes including an excerpt on whether your foot is neutral, rigid or flexible
which should enter into your choice of shoes. Shoes tested were Adida, Asics,
New Balance, Nike, Reebox and Saucony. I have decided I must have the New
Balance 788WB as the testers commented on lots of space in the toe area. Also
lists the 12 best Walking Cities.
Remember Friday, April 2 is Prevention's National Walk to Work Day.
Plus a lot of other good articles.
<!There used to be this show on Channel 7 (WXYZ in Detroit) Friday nights at
11:30 pm called "In Concert". I was an impressionable 13-yr-old just gettin'
in to rock music in the summer of 1974 when they showed parts of the
California Jam in sucessive weeks on TV. I was a Deep Purple freak (still
am) and sat glued to the set, enthralled with Ritchie Blackmore's stage
antics (trashing a television camera while it was filming him and 'blowing
up' his amps).
Well, "Deep Purple - Live In California '74" was released on DVD yesterday,
and it's just as enthralling (warts and all) as it was 26+ yeard ago. It may
not have been their best show, but it reminded me of the thrill I got when I
was a kid. I hope that thrill never goes away.
<!Hi there, when I first turn on my computer for the day, it will run fine for
up to 3 minutes or so until I get a complete blue screen with an error
message which reads:
*** HARDWARE MALFUNCTION
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR HARDWARE VENDOR (something like this)
*** The sv
I can not do a CRTL-ALT-DEL reboot or anything....no response to anything
except for a complete hard reboot. After a reboot my computer will run
perfectly fine and won't see this message again.
I only get the error message when my computer is cold it seems. But after
running a while, it runs perfectly.
Has anyone had this problem, or can anyone shed some light into this issue
Thank you very much for your help people.
Please respond to group. Thank you.
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