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Date Signed Up:9/02/2012
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#69 - Not trying to be a dick and be pessimistic, but shouldn't that…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/13/2016 on Starving Dog Rescued 0
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#82 - harrypottergirl (05/13/2016) [-]
it probably will but with treatment and care she can live for at least another 5 years, so that makes it a the worthwhile
#41 - Without no change in muscle structure from both, say the bodyb…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/21/2016 on Pro body builder vs FJ NSFW... 0
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#50 - synthane (03/21/2016) [-]
There is more to it than just the form. The muscles themselves get better at doing a motion they are used to. >>#35 explains it pretty nicely.
#42 - limberlarry (03/21/2016) [-]
If they both had identical technique either they would break each others arms or the one with bigger relevant muscles would win
#37 - Feel free to correct me. I am in no way a fit guy or gymrat or… 03/21/2016 on Pro body builder vs FJ NSFW... 0
#36 - I'm a 5'7" guy, weighing as of today around 125 lbs. I co…  [+] (5 new replies) 03/21/2016 on Pro body builder vs FJ NSFW... 0
#38 - limberlarry (03/21/2016) [-]
Thats not really how muscles work unless they are underdeveloped. The arm wrestler is just applying force in more useful way than the body builder, plus he will undoubtedly be utilising more relevant muscles, such as his core and back. Its also possible (hard to tell from the video) that the arm wrestler is simply stronger in the specific muscles that you use for arm wrestling (hint: not your arm)
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#41 - lateday (03/21/2016) [-]
Without no change in muscle structure from both, say the bodybuilder where to use the exact form (muscles involved, posture and whatnot) the other guy used, say the other guy teaches him, and they would go at it again, would the bigger guy win then?
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#50 - synthane (03/21/2016) [-]
There is more to it than just the form. The muscles themselves get better at doing a motion they are used to. >>#35 explains it pretty nicely.
#42 - limberlarry (03/21/2016) [-]
If they both had identical technique either they would break each others arms or the one with bigger relevant muscles would win
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#37 - lateday (03/21/2016) [-]
Feel free to correct me. I am in no way a fit guy or gymrat or whatever. I just google shit a lot.
#24 - I'm guessing the non-bodybuilder has denser muscle fibers or s…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/21/2016 on Pro body builder vs FJ NSFW... 0
#31 - limberlarry (03/21/2016) [-]
Leverage baby, arm wrestler understands it, body builder does not
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#36 - lateday (03/21/2016) [-]
I'm a 5'7" guy, weighing as of today around 125 lbs. I could have a PhD in Leverage and I would not win shit. I believe there is something more to it.

There is no way muscle mass does not increase the strength even a little bit. There is no practical way to isolate for mass and gain nothing in strength. So I would assume the other guy trained for strength almost exclusively (see his arm is not a twig, strength and mass cannot be totally isolated from each other if I am not mistaken).

It would be logical that more massive muscles will overpower less massive ones, and seeing how the bodybuilder is larger, then the other guy's arm must be heavier, so I assumed the muscles must be heavier and denser, thanks to his focus on strength, to overpower larger ones. But I do not understand how a muscle grows stronger and heavier without a proportionate increase in size. I understand they do, I just don't know exactly how.
#38 - limberlarry (03/21/2016) [-]
Thats not really how muscles work unless they are underdeveloped. The arm wrestler is just applying force in more useful way than the body builder, plus he will undoubtedly be utilising more relevant muscles, such as his core and back. Its also possible (hard to tell from the video) that the arm wrestler is simply stronger in the specific muscles that you use for arm wrestling (hint: not your arm)
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#41 - lateday (03/21/2016) [-]
Without no change in muscle structure from both, say the bodybuilder where to use the exact form (muscles involved, posture and whatnot) the other guy used, say the other guy teaches him, and they would go at it again, would the bigger guy win then?
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#50 - synthane (03/21/2016) [-]
There is more to it than just the form. The muscles themselves get better at doing a motion they are used to. >>#35 explains it pretty nicely.
#42 - limberlarry (03/21/2016) [-]
If they both had identical technique either they would break each others arms or the one with bigger relevant muscles would win
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#37 - lateday (03/21/2016) [-]
Feel free to correct me. I am in no way a fit guy or gymrat or whatever. I just google shit a lot.
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#225 - Is there any real world, practical reason to have weed be ille…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/21/2016 on Weed 0
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#251 - scowler (03/22/2016) [-]
Not really. It's no more deadly than Tobacco when it comes to sustained use. The only difference is first-time potency. Weed either causes intense relaxation or manic episodes in first-time smokers.

It's medical and therapeutic uses outweigh the danger. But Big Pharma is pushing a sinister agenda through their psychiatric medications.
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#493 - Yeah, point being that anything in excess is damaging and can … 01/19/2016 on The Facts 0
#491 - "but the same can be done with virtually anything. "…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/16/2016 on The Facts 0
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#492 - durkadurka (01/18/2016) [-]
By this logic, there's no point in being critical of anything. If everything is a disorder, what's the point?

There's definitely something wrong with these people. That's not a judgement on them as people or anything, but it'd be silly to pretend that nothing is going on here.
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#493 - lateday (01/19/2016) [-]
Yeah, point being that anything in excess is damaging and can lead to a disorder. It is the damage, not the thought process of a person, that defines a disorder.

When you say something wrong... You need to specify. You make me think the person is wrong. Something biologically. And that is definitely a judgment.

Let's do this: We can define these people as being unsatisfied with their bodies. People who wish to correct their crooked teeth would then fall under this category. (That's why I used them as an example). Both, as long as their desire do not cause them stress enough to be able to function at school, are said to be healthy. Same goes for bodybuilders. Sometimes, the problem with this people is one of the environment. Not enough social support, education and opportunities. And some other rare times, the problem might be of a compulsion sort. A deep and uncontrolling desire which might or might not be neurological. But guess what? The compulsion knows no direction, it is an impulse control problem. This will make itself apparent when they get angry quickly and profusely. Or take very rash decisions, sometimes financially. Usually disorders come in groups. Maybe a desiring-to-be trans is diagnosed with gender dysphoria as a disorder, because every action of their lives is directed to that because of the strong compulsion. But the problem is the compulsion itself, that lack of control or insight, not that particular desire.

Mental health can be defined as a complete state of well-being and satisfaction of a person.

If one trans person lives in a community that supports their I prefer to use the singular neuter "they" life choice, with a job that makes them feel satisfied, who are we to say that person is not healthy?

If a person can be happy by being different, who are we to say they are fucked in the head?
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