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  • Haha, that is awesome. Reminds me of trying to do pushups, with the kidneys crawling under and over me.

    Maybe the secret is to do it all together.

    p.s. your inbox is full, although I don't remember what I wanted to pm you. Dang memory.
    Disclaimer: I eat 'meat and vegetables' ala Primal, although I don't agree with the carb curve. I like Perfect Health Diet and WAPF Lactofermentation a lot.

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    5,000 Cal Fat <> 5,000 Cal Carbs
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    • lol@ kidneys. yes, that's my experience of pushups. except, i can't really do a 25# weighted pushup, only a negative. cant.get.back.up. my inbox shouldn't be full anymore; i think your PM was going to be about Sex at Dawn.
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      • I find it funny how often South Dakota is mentioned in media despite being such a low-populated state. I ran across mention of us in Paleo for Women:
        "So let’s say you live in Upper Armpit, South Dakota..."

        Well, I happen to live in Upper Armpit, South Dakota, and let me tell you something. there are almost as many gyms here as there are bars. And the locals generally don't even visit them, instead they get their workout on the trails!

        Then there's Warehouse 13, a cheesy little show which we used to watch. According to the writers, Fargo is actually located in the Badlands! Wow, ever checked a map? Fargo is in NORTH Dakota, a good 900 miles from the Badlands! Apparently the Supernatural brothers have visited SoDak quite a bit in the show. Then of course, there's the entire series "Deadwood" and the movie "Dances with Wolves." Actually, I don't remember if Dances was supposed to be in SoDak, but it was filmed here (as well as a number of other movies). Little bit of gossip: an acquaintance of mine has been involved in a lawsuit for years with Kevin Costner over some sculptures that she did for his failed resort, which has never been fully paid for. Anyway, sorry, just entertaining some thoughts.
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        • I'm a fan of Warehouse 13 and Supernatural =P Goofy how Hollywood doesn't seem to understand that area of the country is real.
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          • I find it mildly entertaining. and it's kind of relieving that the rest of the country hardly knows we exist. the tourists are bad enough as it stands, i kind of like having my little state with its low population density.
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            • We get the same with Ohio on tv. Some of the portrayals are really facepalm worthy.

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              • According to TV, Texas (especially West Texas) is full of oil barons, rednecks, high school football, and nothing else. Apparently, Odessa is a suburb of Dallas and you can get from Lubbock to Houston in 2 hours flat. We all dress in cowboy gear, drive pick ups (unless we're riding a horse), and speak like Georgians.
                *rolls eyes*
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                • Originally posted by naiadknight View Post
                  According to TV, Texas (especially West Texas) is full of oil barons, rednecks, high school football, and nothing else. Apparently, Odessa is a suburb of Dallas and you can get from Lubbock to Houston in 2 hours flat. We all dress in cowboy gear, drive pick ups (unless we're riding a horse), and speak like Georgians.
                  *rolls eyes*
                  Don't be silly, only Georgians speak like Georgians.
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                  • Originally posted by justyouraveragecavemen View Post
                    Don't be silly, only Georgians speak like Georgians.
                    Not on tv. On TV, anyone south of the Mason Dixon and east of Santa Fe sounds like a special brand of deep woods redneck.
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                    • Rachel, your exercise videos are adorable. My 8 year old likes to do yoga with me. My dog also licks my face while I am doing floor poses. He thinks that something is wrong.
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                      • awww...but that would drive me nuts.

                        on the topic of dogs...today I ADOPTED A DOG!!! i have been waiting 9 years for the time to be right...9 YEARS! daughter and i met him today. because of his breed, the shelter won't let us take him home until he has been neutered so he's not completely ours until sometime next week. but we can go to the shelter any time to take him for walks, give him a bath, whatever. he's paid for and i have all his tags. i'm wondering if he's too old/trained to change his name. anyway...SQUEEE!!
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                        • Dogs are awesome. What breed is he?

                          As for changing the name, it's pretty easy no matter the age. Dogs don't think of their name as their name. Not the way we do. To them it's like any other command you teach them. They learn that when you say [enter dog name here] that you want their attention or for them to come to you.
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                          • Yeah, you should be fine. As a kid, we got a 10 year old dog with a name we didn't want to yell out in our predominantly black and mexican neighborhood, so we changed it to May. Dog didn't care.
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                            • Your videos remind me of doing step videos. I have pictures of my twins (2-3 years old at the time) using phone books as steps as I did my workout. That was about 20 years ago.

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                              • the dog is a pit bull. there were so many sweet labs who needed homes, but husband has some sort of prejudice against labs so we went with a pitbull named "rowdy." he's had obedience training and was very well-mannered while daughter and i visited with him. I just spent more money than i should have on dog supplies.

                                any suggestions for his name? we were thinking Kirby, short for the dog who guards the gates of hades.

                                Originally posted by marcadav View Post
                                Your videos remind me of doing step videos. I have pictures of my twins (2-3 years old at the time) using phone books as steps as I did my workout. That was about 20 years ago.
                                aww how cute!
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