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  1. ninefivezero

    ninefivezero infinite resolution

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    It really depends on the group. AA was started by a highly religious group to begin with, so in the AA 12 steps, god is mentioned a few times. Some groups are highly religious, at the meeting I was at yesterday only a few people even mentioned god, and one of the AA groups another class member went to was actually an atheist AA meeting. It's all about finding a group out there that works for you, and there are plenty out there. Looking on the Seattle area AA site, there are probably 100 different meetings every day of the week.

    And there are many other programs besides AA.
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    namelessentity Resident Cynic

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    Well that's good. I had only seen the generic 12 step list and they all mention God, so I just assumed that's how AA rolled. Hopefully I'll never have to worry about finding an Atheist meeting group.
  3. ninefivezero

    ninefivezero infinite resolution

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    I'm feeling woozy as hell right now.

    I was just working out, and all of a sudden I started feeling dizzy and kind of sick feeling. Stopped right away, but I'm still shaking. It's not dehydration, I felt fine when I started, it wasn't a different workout than usual.... huh.
  4. GRP

    GRP oh snap

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    I just ate my lunch of popcorn chicken with spicy buffalo sauce and a can of yoohoo.

    I am satisfied; life is good.
  5. Bear

    Bear Hoot!

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    Drove about a hundred miles today between school, home and work. Gonna go eat and prep for a busy birthday weekend. Big 25
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    Caucasian Hammer Jesus, Man.

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    I plan on drinking way too much over the next few hours and making a drunk thread before I pass out.
  7. hans5849

    hans5849 Serious as a heart attack

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    I've had that happen before.
  8. Caucasian Hammer

    Caucasian Hammer Jesus, Man.

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    Do you think it's exhaustion? It happens to me also most times at the end of a long week of working out or doing alot of cardio.
  9. ninefivezero

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    Nope, not exhaustion either. Had plenty of sleep last night and didn't have any other exercise today...

    Eh, whatever.
  10. hans5849

    hans5849 Serious as a heart attack

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    I can't imagine to be like you, the pain and the suffering you put me through.
  11. tex

    tex jive turkey

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    what about the rest of the week though? i dont believe most people can "catch up" in one night...
  12. ninefivezero

    ninefivezero infinite resolution

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    I have been staying up fairly late, but I actually didn't have much physical activity this week. No work Monday because it was a holiday, Wednesday was an easy day and I didn't climb, then I didn't go to work today since I had to meet with my professor. And I mean, It's not like I've never worked out tired before...
  13. -=Lurker=-

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    DIET

    Whatever you ate/lacked at that period of time. Your stomach is a strong organ
    (can take in alot of blood).
  14. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    had a water balloon fight at work, i put together a ton of water balloons to get a friend since it was his birthday. i beaned my closest coworker twice, she was soakin wet.. and i got hit.. and other stuffs. and this was with managers all around watching..

    i try to pull at least one or two good pranks at work a week.
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    OK
    Dennis...
    [​IMG]

    :D
  16. mistawiskas

    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    I tackled a large percentage of orghanizing the shop yesterday and have plans for the same today. What a mess, but it's worth it to be able to know what and where everything is. I found some neat stuff and threw away quite a bit.
  17. Coleman

    Coleman fresh off the corner

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    Going to look at some newly built loft apartments in some old factory building from the 1800s that look over the James River for a possible place to live August/September.

    After that, I'm gonna go to Macy's and buy a bunch of work clothes since they're having a sale. Wooo
  18. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    ahhh yes.. dennis the mennis.. my famed nickname through elementary and middle school.
    thanks for reminding me :p
  19. mistawiskas

    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    I can totally see that ;).
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    86mcss Devouring your Soul

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    Only got another 4 hours of sleep again...I need sleep damn it! Being laid off is not the bee's knee's

    Can someone recommend me some sleeping pills that work? I am taking unisom right now and these bitchs do nothing for me!
  21. Sparky

    Sparky ¿sdooɥʍ

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    Doing laundry, packing up clothes, and spending a few days with my girlfriend and her family in East Haddam, CT
  22. ninefivezero

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    Just made $175 doing some small tree jobs this morning, then spend $80 at the grocery store :p
  23. mistawiskas

    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    Dude, you get used to it. i've not obtained more than 6 hours sleep in 5 years. Most nights it's 4-5 hours. I do tend to get more done though.
    I finished the metals&fab, electical, electronics and plumbing sections of the shop today and went to work repairing a few things.

    before:

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    after:

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    Now to frame in another window in the woodshop and the upper level, then vent that upper level because it's hotter'n the hubs of hell up there.
    The amount of stuff to go through upstairs is staggering.
  24. kip59

    kip59 One of MSP's Sneaky Brits

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    Ha Ha
    Beat ya to it 'Hammer," a drunk response:)

    minime at aunties and have just drunk a ten pack.:D

    after a week of kids coming round to play, am fucking happy to not have to worry about him or all the other little angels disguised as 8 year olds:D

    hangover, bring it on:D
  25. Jackalope

    Jackalope NNNNEEERRRRDDDSSSSS!!!!!!

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    I wish I could get away with not sleeping so much. on my days off I get between 8-12 hours of sleep. Usually averaging about 9 or 10.

    On work days though its about 6 or 7. I think I need to invest in one of those alarms that makes you get up to turn it off. The snooze button is my enemy