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    Thanks for that, it is a lot clearer now. I'm a moron when it comes to electrical stuff. So I can use an old extension cord? Do I have to check the outlet to make sure it is grounded?
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    Shouldn't have to check to make sure it's grounded but it's not a terrible idea.
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    Nice! Thanks so much!
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    Did something this weekend that I haven't done in forever... I puked... I know what it was from. Saw star trek this weekend and for the first time since going paleo I had popcorn with "butter" (aka soy oil). Even worse is that I had it on an empty stomach. Tasted good.. obviously you can't get full off of it but it went well with the movie!

    Great long weekend though! Did tones! Ate a lot of crap in general though

    Friday I went to a BBQ. Saturday I went to the market, then out to sushi with my sister, then in the evening went to wild wings with some friends (1lb of "the farmers daughter" wings) then went back to my buddy's house to play some halo. Sunday I was up at 5:10am, at the church by 6:30 to mix the worship band (4 services mixed, and recorded) left at 2pm and drove to ottawa. Made it there in a record 4 hours and 50 minutes! Went to see star trek with buddies then slept over in ottawa at my buddies place. Monday was a hangout day in ottawa we went to montanas for lunch (beef rib, fries, and cole slaw). Drove back home with my buddy (2 of us in separate cars and we only got notably split up once). We stopped in toronto for dinner at some pub... As in I can't remember the name of the pub. We went there though for a particular reason. They have a beer there on tap that is brewed by Monks in a monastery in Belgium. Apparently the only time you can normally get this beer is if you go and visit the monastery but they are selling it around the world right now to raise funds to repair their roof. Expensive bottle but a damn good beer! (At 22 bones it better be!) the beer was accompanied by a poutine

    All in all I'd say I made the best of the weekend. Now time to get my food back on track.
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    Anyone else listening to the sexyback summit? sexybacksummit.com

    It's a paleo event happening all week that focuses in on hormone regulation.
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    I've been getting the emails but I haven't checked it out - maybe tonight if it's not too busy.

    The very same thing happened to me a while back with popcorn - I was all - "once a year won't hurt" - but it did hurt when I woke up at 2 AM and had to hurl. Nasty. Cured any popcorn cravings I might have had for a long while.

    Sounds like a great weekend!
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    I do admit that the popcorn did taste good. Just never again! At least not until the next stupid slip up...

    I hadn't puked in forever. It was an interesting experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecks View Post
    I do admit that the popcorn did taste good. Just never again! At least not until the next stupid slip up...

    I hadn't puked in forever. It was an interesting experience.
    That happened to me with nachos. I was peacefully PB and then I had a bad day at work and my roommate took me out for nachos and margaritas and I woke up in the middle of the night with my heart pounding and a SUPER nauseated tummy.
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    No matter what it tastes like going down, it tastes super nasty coming back up. And I had forgotten about that horrible burning sensation. I'm very glad that I rarely have to experience that particular unpleasantness.

    I haven't had poutine in 10 years at least. Actually, it could be primal.
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    A poutine done with sweet potato fries, home made gravy, and high quality cheese curds could definitely be done primally! Oh damn! This must be a thing! And soon!
    SW (Nov 22nd 2011): 333, 2 Years: 245lbs
    Current Weight as of December 4th, 2013: 239
    Short Term Goal: Happy brain, figure out direction in life.
    Met Goal: Be a 2x Shirt, Fit in a standard airplane seat belt without the use of a seat belt extension, Better sleep, Be a 1x Shirt
    Long Term Goal: 166lbs (One day!), Buy whatever cloths I want to wear.
    Pain is temporary, quitting is forever- Lance Armstrong #NoExcuses

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