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#3220610 Football vs. Vajayjay? For humor. Curmudgeons & stick-in-the-muds need n...

Posted by Cat on 26 January 2015 - 02:46 PM

Um.... I'd take my vajayjay over Panther football.
Jesus it isn't even close.

#3214178 Don't complain about Richardson when Nascar does this

Posted by Cat on 20 January 2015 - 04:03 AM

People bitch and moan about the Arena which brings constant nightlife downtown but they were ok with the Nascar hall of fame, aN expensive yet worthless building downtown.

#3212777 #FoxNewsFacts

Posted by Cat on 19 January 2015 - 07:40 AM

I make a concerted effort to rotate thru fox/CNN/msnbc just to see multiple sides and I heard this guy.

Yeah they just watch Fox for the most part. I think all 24 hour news is full of bull poo.

#3207571 Huddle Workout Warriors

Posted by Cat on 16 January 2015 - 12:25 PM

Just booked a trip to British Columbia to go skiing at Whistler! A month later I'm at Park City for a week skiing, gotta make sure my quads are fuging awesome!


#3207469 Huddle Workout Warriors

Posted by Cat on 16 January 2015 - 11:22 AM

good for everyone.  I think the link I provided mentioned efficacy variation between genders and races.  It was more effective for black people and hispanic people than white people.  It was more effective for men than women.

Also more beneficial for vegetarians as meat contains creatine.



So this could totally be placebo or just me improving but I took 5 grams of Creatine Monohydrate yesterday before my workout. I did Sweat Intervals (30 min Insanity Cardio) followed by AB attack (10 mins of ab moves no breaks) followed by T25 Pryamid (pyramid weight lifting for the most part).  

Sweat Intervals typically kicks my butt, i have to break about 18 mins in normally but not yesterday. I went 26 mins without a break, I only stopped because my heart rate was above what my max heart rate is supposed to be. I felt crazier than normal, a little out of my mind, I didn't realize how hard I was pushing my body. After all the workouts I ended up with a headache. I am curious if any of this is attributed to the Creatine. I'm gonna try it again today. 

#3207445 What percent of your income do you put away for retirement?

Posted by Cat on 16 January 2015 - 10:56 AM

I have been... let's say "undersaving" for several years.  Pay raises over the years had shrunk what was 5% of my income that I was saving down to 3%, so I doubled my contribution up to 6%.  Either way, I've been working for 8 years out of college, and I barely have enough for one year of retirement.


I've heard that you should save a minimum of 10% of your income.

I've heard that you should max out the contribution limits.


It must be nice to have so much disposable income that you can sock away that much money.


What say you?.


I save 3% and my husband saves 6% (companies match as well).  We are seriously contemplating down sizing, buying a townhouse which we can just buy with no debt which will allow us to keep everything we make and put a  lot more money in retirement. I love my house but it's bigger than we need and I'd rather spend money on vacations with my family and have fun, then paying off a huge house. 

#3205764 Why are so many Muslims violent in the modern era?

Posted by Cat on 15 January 2015 - 06:02 AM

The source of these comments are derived from a western cultural perspective.

For a moment pretend you were not raised in the West, pretend you are a Muslim from the Middle East.

Your entire life, all you have known is poverty, war and corrupt dictatorships.

Chances are good many of your male relatives have gone to war at one time or another, some never to return. Those that did return had horrible tales to tell and possibly serious injuries as well.

It is likely that those conflicts involved US troops or US support/supplies. The US has been supporting corrupt dictatorships in the region for generations now.

Question 1: How does America's Religious Right commonly refer to the USA?
Answer: Sara Palin might say... "A God fearing nation founded on Christian principles", AKA "A Christian Nation".

Question 2: As a Muslim how might you perceive the USA?
Answer: Christian crusaders/occupiers directly or indirectly subjugating/killing Muslims.

Question 3: Knowing this, would you be surprised to learn that more than a few Middle Eastern Muslims perceive the USA as a terrorist nation?

Note: Estimates of civilian deaths in Iraq after the illegal US invasion number in the several hundreds of thousands.

Terrorists? It is all about perspective.



There are many other countries with poverty, war and corrupt dictatorships that aren't Muslim countries and they don't go around blowing up poo and killing people in the name of their god. 


And this isn't just about America. Attacks in the name of Allah are worldwide. Paris, Australia, Middle East countries. 


And while I think Sara Palin is a terrible person and the Iraq war was completely unjustified and horrible, I highly doubt our military went in there to kill for Jesus. 

#3203468 Steve Smith attempted to fight Jermaine Wiggins after loss?

Posted by Cat on 13 January 2015 - 04:27 PM

First off I love Smitty as a player. He's my favorite.


But I have to say it's funny though how he thinks he such a better person than Ray Rice and Hardy but he goes around punching all kinds of people and starting fights. Punching anyone in the face is wrong man or women but Smitty has convinced himself he is nothing like those dudes. 

#3200097 Arizona ethnic study ban

Posted by Cat on 12 January 2015 - 10:17 AM

Hip hop and Rage Against the Machine are garbage and not something to be studied. More like a stupid hobby.


The problem here is government running schools. There should instead be private ran schools and people can choose what focus they want for their kids. History in general is a pretty useless subject in the modern age where technology has become a subject in itself. Kids in Victorian England weren't taking computer typing classes so they had more time to waste on history and English.


Mark Zuckerberg's parents had him learning computer programming at a young age. Things like that (and stealing other people's ideas) lead to billion dollar companies.


School is already wasteful enough. There needs to be a much stronger emphasis on STEM and skills. I'd be fine with removing every history class and replacing it with things like soldering and welding. Since you can actually get a job with those skills.



#3191009 I haven't been this nervous...

Posted by Cat on 10 January 2015 - 03:15 PM

I've felt kind of icky all day. I think I'm just nervous as fug. I just listened to someone talk about the game and the feeling intensified.

#3188513 Blaming Cam is easy, but often a mistake.

Posted by Cat on 09 January 2015 - 09:11 AM

Didn't Benji have a dropped TD pass in the endzone against Seattle?


I'm pretty sure that's the case. 

#3186848 The flu

Posted by Cat on 08 January 2015 - 11:46 AM


I've talked poo about the flu shot for a while, still haven't wasted my money on it and guess what?

I feel great.



It's free. 

#3185540 The flu

Posted by Cat on 07 January 2015 - 07:21 PM

Worked for mu family so far

#3182372 Huddle Workout Warriors

Posted by Cat on 06 January 2015 - 09:32 AM

With flu season and all... I think I'll do way more cardio.. What workout is the best?  Insanity or P90X?


I prefer Insanity especially if you're looking for cardio. 

#3182315 Huddle Workout Warriors

Posted by Cat on 06 January 2015 - 08:59 AM

So for about over a week now i've been eating awesome, low cal and mostly clean and have done Insanity Max 30 workouts combined with a T25 workout. I'm back to pre-knee injury form! Abs are defined, butt is more toned, loss the extra fat between the thighs. I'm a happy girl!  :thumbsu: