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dominiques
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About Square Wheels

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    Have you seen my nuts?
  • Birthday 06/17/1964

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  1. Ouch, I'd still be crying like a baby.
  2. Thanks, but I ain't reading all that. For me what works is to make better food choices, and eat less. I am down about 60 pounds for the very overweight me, I've stayed down for a while now. I need to lose more and I know if I can stop with the candy, jelly beans, pasta, bread and cupcakes, I will lose the rest. I heard a talk show host once make a comment like "it's not like I have a piece of cake every month...". He also talked about the hiking, kayaking, climbing and other active sports he did. I saw a pic of him, he was very fit. He considered eating a treat once a month excessive. I suspect most Americans eat a treat once a day, or at least once a week. Again, for me what really works is good calories in < calories burned = weight loss. The rest of you are screwed.
  3. I believe there are plenty of calories in tofu. The only way to lose weight is to eat fewer calories than you burn, but you already knew that. I hate trying to lose weight, or maintain my weight, and I hate going to the gym. I want to sit on the couch like everyone else and watch TV and eat popcorn. I don't, and it's a really hard choice.
  4. Is that a Ford?
  5. 5 @12%.
  6. Added some brown rice, this is so yummy. Veggies and black beans.
  7. 14 or so.
  8. Is suspect this is like politics / religion. You are not likely to convince the other side they are wrong and you are right. For me, I do what I think will help make me healthier, you should do the same.
  9. Again, I've only watched a dozen or so documentaries and haven't read any research papers (mostly because no one funds them), but I'm pretty convinced you are convinced milk is good for you due to the dairy council, politicians, and advertising. If you had never heard of drinking milk from a cow and came to my house and I said, let's go milk that cow and drink it, you'd think I was a wacko. And why do you think this is?
  10. Road down to the river to watch my daughter and her crew team.
  11. When your daughter is fully developed at the age of 12 due to the hormones in the cows milk, you may reconsider. For me, it's a little of everything. I think most feed animals are treated deplorably, even those that claim to be free range. I'm also not convinced I should be consuming the milk of another species. As far as I know humans are the only ones who do that. I try to each as much organic as I can find / afford. Is it truly organic? Doubtful. Is it less chemical laden than other fruits and veggies, probably.
  12. Yeah, I'm afraid of the woods and ticks around here. Look at a map, Lyme disease is almost guaranteed if you play in the woods.
  13. Looks like fun! I've never been on a mountain bike.