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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalwart View Post
    Yeah, I don't really ever worry about being over the body fat, I am always over my max weight but I am big in the chest and legs but am happy that I have shed some flab.
    I always found the best way to keep my body weight down is to carry as little muscle mass as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandsjames View Post
    I always found the best way to keep my body weight down is to carry as little muscle mass as possible.
    Touché ...
    The most important six inches on the battlefield is between your ears.

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    I am happy that i got a chance to play some battletech over the weekend with a pair of lads locally (though not sure if they were just passing through) at one of the gaming stores nearby.. Though i lost in the 200 ton a side free for all, just getting to game made me happy!

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    Today was our daughter's first day of Kindergarten. We took about 1000 pictures and then took her to the door and off she went. She is so small compared to the other kids but has a huge personality.
    The most important six inches on the battlefield ... is between your ears.

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    Gentleman Jack on sale at the Class VI
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    Happiness is not a state of being, but rather a skill that you apply to your life on a daily basis.
    All behold that fancy strutting peacock, the bake sale diva...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
    Happiness is not a state of being, but rather a skill that you apply to your life on a daily basis.
    Gentleman Jack on sale at the Class VI
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bos Mutus View Post
    Gentleman Jack on sale at the Class VI
    I suppose one could apply Gentleman Jack to their life on a daily basis.

    Side Note:

    Is Class VI a name that is even used anymore? I can't recall seeing booze marketed on base in any other type venue than a Shopette in many years.

    Maybe the last time I saw Class VI in use on signage was Osan or Misawa? Not sure.
    All behold that fancy strutting peacock, the bake sale diva...

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    Happiness? My wife had a partial thyroidectomy done about 30 years ago. Soon thereafter, she was placed on happy pills. The meds for depression did a tiny bit to bring back her happy beingness. Not very much, but hey, anything that could possibly help was tried.

    Finally, this year, Angie was started on l-thyroxine, which is being used to replace the thyroxine that was much reduced by the taking of half of her thyroid.

    Which should have been done in conjunction with the surgery.

    Now, just a few months after being started on l-thyroxine, Angie is finally back to being her old time happy person! She is more active. She is losing weight. And her brains serotonergic antidepressants have been augmented.

    Which makes me happy! And relieved, also.
    Last edited by UncaRastus; 08-29-2015 at 02:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
    I suppose one could apply Gentleman Jack to their life on a daily basis.

    Side Note:

    Is Class VI a name that is even used anymore? I can't recall seeing booze marketed on base in any other type venue than a Shopette in many years.

    Maybe the last time I saw Class VI in use on signage was Osan or Misawa? Not sure.
    There is a Class VI on Fort Gordon, not sure how widespread it is overall though (I don't drink so there could be one on Fort Meade and I have just never needed to find it.)
    The most important six inches on the battlefield ... is between your ears.

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