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New Excerise?
Stationary bike. 0%
That walking swinging thing machine. 0%
Stair climber. 0%
Just stay focused on weights til I can run. 0%
Other. 100%

Votes: 1

 The Doctor sayz...

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Jan 03, 2002
My knee is sprained, I'm in pain...

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I went to the doctor Wed, thank you sick leave, and he said no sports including running for 4 to 6 weeks. Well doesn't that suck a fat one? No running for at least 4 weeks.

In the waiting room I read about a guy who lost a 100 lbs and then gained some back in USAToday. He said it was hard to control what he ate when he wasn't excerising. I completely agree. Its easy to say no to a cookie or a piece of bread, or anything when I just ran. I don't want to ruin the results of what I just did. Its easy to find the motivation to eat right. But when I'm not running its hard to say no. I guess I need to ride a stationary bike or something gay like that for a while.

I'm looking forward to this next semester starting. Mostly because I leave home again. I'm only home for Thanksgiving break, winter break, spring break, and summer. I like being home seeing my friends, my family and that sort of thing but I can't stand living at home. My parents drive me crazy. Its like I'm usually at college where I have the freedom of living by myself and then I come back home and have to live under their rules. I leave next Saturday for school. So not too much longer. Well back to work.


Ungrateful to say the least. (none / 0) (#1)
by Anonymous Reader on Thu Jan 3rd, 2002 at 08:29:26 AM PST
I can't stand living at home. My parents drive me crazy.

After they raised you from a kid, you complain that they drive you crazy ? and then you badmouth them in a public forum like this ?

Adolescent rebellion. (none / 0) (#2)
by tkatchev on Thu Jan 3rd, 2002 at 09:05:18 AM PST
It gradually goes away once you turn 15.

Peace and much love...

Mental recovery from puberty (none / 0) (#4)
by T Reginald Gibbons on Thu Jan 3rd, 2002 at 02:00:31 PM PST
I find it happens faster if you don't allow your children to be exposed to the liberal Western media. Why are liberals so anti-family?

What a strange coincidence (none / 0) (#3)
by Adam Rightmann on Thu Jan 3rd, 2002 at 11:22:48 AM PST
After cheating a snow recreation area of a few hundred dollars, you injured yourself and have to limit your activity. Freud would call it a giuly conscience, an atheist would call it a coincidence.

A. Rightmann

Certainly no coincidence (none / 0) (#5)
by because it isnt on Thu Jan 3rd, 2002 at 08:32:59 PM PST
an atheist would call it a coincidence.

An atheist would most certainly not call this a "coincidence". Coincidences are derived from a belief in hocus-pocus, and the fatal theistic flaw of attributing intelligent process to basic natural order; rather like seeing the face of your late aunt Ethel on a cloud in the sky.

No, the inquisitive atheist would search for a medical or scientific, perhaps psychological, reason. For example, the young man's mind could be focused on fare evasion when it had more important things to worry about, such as basic safety measures for what is, all things considered, a very dangerous sport. At the end of the day, "coincidence" is the least likely option. That's almost as bad as saying "God did it", which is clearly deluded thinking. -- because it isn't


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