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(01-18-2020 06:44 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  having fat fingers combined with touch pad integration....

if I hear, "you'll figure it out" one more fk'n time from a size 5....

we'll leave that open ended for the imagination..... 03-wink

disclaimer: I had a size 12 at 6-2, 170 lbs 'wet' in '82.....

like the cliTTT, I miss the keypad ya weenie fks....

Dude, you were a bit on the light side! I went 195 and did a mile in 4.52, but I didn't have size 12's.
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(01-18-2020 06:49 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-18-2020 06:44 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  having fat fingers combined with touch pad integration....

if I hear, "you'll figure it out" one more fk'n time from a size 5....

we'll leave that open ended for the imagination..... 03-wink

disclaimer: I had a size 12 at 6-2, 170 lbs 'wet' in '82.....

like the cliTTT, I miss the keypad ya weenie fks....

Dude, you were a bit on the light side! I went 195 and did a mile in 4.52, but I didn't have size 12's.

they still gander at me legs....they call 'em "sexy Joe's" now.... 03-wink

yeah, me and olive oyl ran many a race....4.6 at 14 with a ciggy butt hangin' was the best I could do.....slow out of the gate, then rumble in rhythm until ya can't...long legs are an advantage....swimming was lost when I left StL (strange, eh?)

10k/cal for breakfast was a given....it's too funny looking at the metabolic then/now...

at almost double nickels, it's now ~230 lbs. and the joints don't like me anymore.....

tack that on the latter as another 'grinder'.... 04-cheers

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(01-18-2020 07:16 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(01-18-2020 06:49 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-18-2020 06:44 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  having fat fingers combined with touch pad integration....

if I hear, "you'll figure it out" one more fk'n time from a size 5....

we'll leave that open ended for the imagination..... 03-wink

disclaimer: I had a size 12 at 6-2, 170 lbs 'wet' in '82.....

like the cliTTT, I miss the keypad ya weenie fks....

Dude, you were a bit on the light side! I went 195 and did a mile in 4.52, but I didn't have size 12's.

they still gander at me legs....they call 'em "sexy Joe's" now.... 03-wink

yeah, me and olive oyl ran many a race....4.6 at 14 with a ciggy butt hangin' was the best I could do.....slow out of the gate, then rumble in rhythm until ya can't...long legs are an advantage....swimming was lost when I left StL (strange, eh?)

10k/cal for breakfast was a given....it's too funny looking at the metabolic then/now...

at almost double nickels, it's now ~230 lbs. and the joints don't like me anymore.....

tack that on the latter as another 'grinder'.... 04-cheers

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Ha! I have to think my way out of danger now. The damned joints gave out before the brain. I do 2-2.5 miles a day depending on them but that's at a very brisk walk. I've been blessed to have better than 20/20 vision in my youth and 20/20 approaching my 70's but now the danged eyes aren't what they were and that's really cramping my joy. I halfway suspect this damned computer, but then I think that would be denial. I hate the thought of glasses but it's looking inevitable.
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(01-18-2020 07:36 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-18-2020 07:16 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(01-18-2020 06:49 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-18-2020 06:44 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  having fat fingers combined with touch pad integration....

if I hear, "you'll figure it out" one more fk'n time from a size 5....

we'll leave that open ended for the imagination..... 03-wink

disclaimer: I had a size 12 at 6-2, 170 lbs 'wet' in '82.....

like the cliTTT, I miss the keypad ya weenie fks....

Dude, you were a bit on the light side! I went 195 and did a mile in 4.52, but I didn't have size 12's.

they still gander at me legs....they call 'em "sexy Joe's" now.... 03-wink

yeah, me and olive oyl ran many a race....4.6 at 14 with a ciggy butt hangin' was the best I could do.....slow out of the gate, then rumble in rhythm until ya can't...long legs are an advantage....swimming was lost when I left StL (strange, eh?)

10k/cal for breakfast was a given....it's too funny looking at the metabolic then/now...

at almost double nickels, it's now ~230 lbs. and the joints don't like me anymore.....

tack that on the latter as another 'grinder'.... 04-cheers

#life'sAtrip

Ha! I have to think my way out of danger now. The damned joints gave out before the brain. I do 2-2.5 miles a day depending on them but that's at a very brisk walk. I've been blessed to have better than 20/20 vision in my youth and 20/20 approaching my 70's but now the danged eyes aren't what they were and that's really cramping my joy. I halfway suspect this damned computer, but then I think that would be denial. I hate the thought of glasses but it's looking inevitable.

life's a hoot en historic or current, ya....

if there's a god, my penance is dealing with lack of 20/20 my entire life....myopic 'lenses' suck in every category....I'm looking at implants by year end to finally achieve that version of 'peace'....

as to the joints.....it was a given long ago I was screwed.....nuts zongo played 'hard and furious'....I refuse the refuse...."punch thru until ya can't.....then do it again."

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Safety person was complaining this morning.. Jobsite and walkway to the job trailers was a block of ice.. Couldn't break it, I mean it was 19 and the sun hadn't rose yet.. I explained that I had already assessed the situation, put salt down in hopes of helping the situation, but couldn't break the ice. Would wait until the sun hit it for a bit before trying again..
Again safety person complained that it wasn't safe and what did I plan to do about it. Pointed to tools and told her to get after it. She said but I'm a woman.. I quoted, equal pay for equal work correct?


She said well I guess it's fine..

That grinds my gears.. It's a problem, but I'm not fixing it.
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News reporter geeks/weather men telling people what to wear...bunch of goobers
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(01-20-2020 10:35 AM)gdunn Wrote:  Safety person was complaining this morning.. Jobsite and walkway to the job trailers was a block of ice.. Couldn't break it, I mean it was 19 and the sun hadn't rose yet.. I explained that I had already assessed the situation, put salt down in hopes of helping the situation, but couldn't break the ice. Would wait until the sun hit it for a bit before trying again..
Again safety person complained that it wasn't safe and what did I plan to do about it. Pointed to tools and told her to get after it. She said but I'm a woman.. I quoted, equal pay for equal work correct?


She said well I guess it's fine..

That grinds my gears.. It's a problem, but I'm not fixing it.

Ha! She was probably trained for the job by CBE's which never told this brainless twit to also use commons sense and fix it yourself if able!

Welcome to the world of computer trained employees! Remember the last thing any corporation wants when they know they hire idiots, is asking them to take the initiative!
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I was reading the posts about the skinny legs. I'm the epitome of skinny legs. I'm so embarrassed of them that if I'm wearing shorts inside the house I will put on pants if I need to go outside and that's in my back yard. A fire captain asked how those legs could support me and a Navy gal told me, "child, you sure have some skinny legs". So their criticism didn't help my self consciousness. But, I found someone with EXACTLY the same skinny legs I have. The new guy that was married to Demi Moore and then starred in "Two and a half men". Now I know I could have been a movie star.

But, the funny thing is that even though I suffer through knee pain (I had a meniscus tear while fire training) I have NEVER broken a leg or arm for that matter. I guess I'm big boned, hee hee, if you get my drift.
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(02-19-2020 12:59 PM)olliebaba Wrote:  I was reading the posts about the skinny legs. I'm the epitome of skinny legs. I'm so embarrassed of them that if I'm wearing shorts inside the house I will put on pants if I need to go outside and that's in my back yard. A fire captain asked how those legs could support me and a Navy gal told me, "child, you sure have some skinny legs". So their criticism didn't help my self consciousness. But, I found someone with EXACTLY the same skinny legs I have. The new guy that was married to Demi Moore and then starred in "Two and a half men". Now I know I could have been a movie star.

But, the funny thing is that even though I suffer through knee pain (I had a meniscus tear while fire training) I have NEVER broken a leg or arm for that matter. I guess I'm big boned, hee hee, if you get my drift.

lol....I'm 6'-3" with >60% of height below the large mass we now call the 'shed'....once upon, the golfers called me a 'flat belly' at 165 lbs in my twenties....I'll hit double nickels in Aug. and should be around 220 by then.... 03-wink 04-cheers

stork, olive oyl, etc....yeah, I've heard 'em all....was always the one that went yard or hit last...play hard, work hard, pal..

and yeah, my knees and hips don't like me on many a day.....arthritis is a mothertrucker like degenerative joint pain...

getting old ISN'T fonzies, Ja? 03-wink
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I was the opposite. Growing up I was skinny a a rail above the waist, but had massive calves and thighs. I remember one time accusing my brother of stealing socks out of my drawer and he said "I can't wear your socks, you stretch out the calves." He then put on a pair and sure enough, they fell down around his knees.

As I've grown older my upper body has caught up with my lower body 03-wink


There was a guy who worked with us at the FD who was like y'all described. We used to give him hell all the time.

"Hey man, there's a string hanging from your shorts.....my bad! That's your leg!"

"Those your legs or are you riding a chicken?"

One day during PT we noticed that one of his shins was scraped up pretty bad, so someone asked him what happened. Before he could answer the Battalion Chief said "I bet he skint it up stepping in a Coke bottle." 03-lmfao
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(02-19-2020 06:29 PM)Kaplony Wrote:  I was the opposite. Growing up I was skinny a a rail above the waist, but had massive calves and thighs. I remember one time accusing my brother of stealing socks out of my drawer and he said "I can't wear your socks, you stretch out the calves." He then put on a pair and sure enough, they fell down around his knees.

As I've grown older my upper body has caught up with my lower body 03-wink


There was a guy who worked with us at the FD who was like y'all described. We used to give him hell all the time.

"Hey man, there's a string hanging from your shorts.....my bad! That's your leg!"

"Those your legs or are you riding a chicken?"

One day during PT we noticed that one of his shins was scraped up pretty bad, so someone asked him what happened. Before he could answer the Battalion Chief said "I bet he skint it up stepping in a Coke bottle." 03-lmfao

after my divorce at 39, I was bangin' a 20 something hottie after losing 80 lbs. that called me "no-ass-at-all".....talk about "grinding".... lol....

#termOfEndearment

oh my....the thingys you guys remind me about muh past...
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(02-19-2020 06:57 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-19-2020 06:29 PM)Kaplony Wrote:  I was the opposite. Growing up I was skinny a a rail above the waist, but had massive calves and thighs. I remember one time accusing my brother of stealing socks out of my drawer and he said "I can't wear your socks, you stretch out the calves." He then put on a pair and sure enough, they fell down around his knees.

As I've grown older my upper body has caught up with my lower body 03-wink


There was a guy who worked with us at the FD who was like y'all described. We used to give him hell all the time.

"Hey man, there's a string hanging from your shorts.....my bad! That's your leg!"

"Those your legs or are you riding a chicken?"

One day during PT we noticed that one of his shins was scraped up pretty bad, so someone asked him what happened. Before he could answer the Battalion Chief said "I bet he skint it up stepping in a Coke bottle." 03-lmfao

after my divorce at 39, I was bangin' a 20 something hottie after losing 80 lbs. that called me "no-ass-at-all".....talk about "grinding".... lol....

#termOfEndearment

oh my....the thingys you guys remind me about muh past...

In Lower Alabama (L.A.) that issue is known as G.A.D. (Gone Ass Disease). You know you are in trouble when the cutie says, "He's sweet, and has a cute face, but suffers from G.A.D." It was not an issue when I was young because I rode bikes everywhere and could leg press impressively. But as an old man that extra notch in the belt is getting harder and harder to find and like my grandfather before me I am now a poster child for G.A.D. I'm just glad it happened late in life.
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(02-19-2020 07:02 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(02-19-2020 06:57 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-19-2020 06:29 PM)Kaplony Wrote:  I was the opposite. Growing up I was skinny a a rail above the waist, but had massive calves and thighs. I remember one time accusing my brother of stealing socks out of my drawer and he said "I can't wear your socks, you stretch out the calves." He then put on a pair and sure enough, they fell down around his knees.

As I've grown older my upper body has caught up with my lower body 03-wink


There was a guy who worked with us at the FD who was like y'all described. We used to give him hell all the time.

"Hey man, there's a string hanging from your shorts.....my bad! That's your leg!"

"Those your legs or are you riding a chicken?"

One day during PT we noticed that one of his shins was scraped up pretty bad, so someone asked him what happened. Before he could answer the Battalion Chief said "I bet he skint it up stepping in a Coke bottle." 03-lmfao

after my divorce at 39, I was bangin' a 20 something hottie after losing 80 lbs. that called me "no-ass-at-all".....talk about "grinding".... lol....

#termOfEndearment

oh my....the thingys you guys remind me about muh past...

In Lower Alabama (L.A.) that issue is known as G.A.D. (Gone Ass Disease). You know you are in trouble when the cutie says, "He's sweet, and has a cute face, but suffers from G.A.D." It was not an issue when I was young because I rode bikes everywhere and could leg press impressively. But as an old man that extra notch in the belt is getting harder and harder to find and like my grandfather before me I am now a poster child for G.A.D. I'm just glad it happened late in life.

lmao....here's muh pro bono o' day....I can't afford to ship ya the cordless version.... 03-wink

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We call guys without flat butts, Seven Up, because it was the Uncola. A cola in Spanish is the tail.
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People who pronounce the word either "eye-ther"
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(02-20-2020 07:12 PM)olliebaba Wrote:  We call guys without flat butts, Seven Up, because it was the Uncola. A cola in Spanish is the tail.

I had a friend in HS that we called Assless.
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(02-20-2020 07:12 PM)olliebaba Wrote:  We call guys with flat butts, Seven Up, because it was the Uncola. A cola in Spanish is the tail.

I made a mistake on my previous post. Sorry.
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(02-22-2020 12:42 AM)Owl 69/70/75 Wrote:  
(02-20-2020 07:12 PM)olliebaba Wrote:  We call guys without flat butts, Seven Up, because it was the Uncola. A cola in Spanish is the tail.

I had a friend in HS that we called Assless.

We say people like that have the Noassatall disease.
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