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#115541 - I'm assuming you're talking about the Dresden bombing, where 2…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/08/2016 on Politics - politics news,... +1
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#115543 - theplanetearth (05/08/2016) [-]
Your comparing the civilians in Dresden to partisans in Warsaw. How do you deal with Partisans exactly? Ask them nicely to stop shooting you?
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#115545 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
There were 10,000 polish partisans killed out of the rebels. The rest were civilians living in the city.
#45283 - I'd say everyone's beating me in every department currently. …  [+] (11 new replies) 05/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45284 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Except aesthetics, lol. Although I've always had you beaten on back, to be fair....just like your damn arms have always beaten my gay purple horse, gs...

I guess so, but I feel like grip is commonly neglected because using straps is just easier. Either way, everyone could stand to do more forearm work. No one has ever regretted building a stronger grip.
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#45295 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Only thing you handily beat me on in terms of size is your lats, in my opinion.

And I don't disagree that you should aim to have stronger forearms, but if straps help you and you don't NEED to have a strong grip for competition purposes it's not hurting anything if you aren't relying on them.
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#45299 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
also I'm pretty sure the lats make up most of the back, just sain
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#45298 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
You of all people should know that having an iron grip is important for good overall development. Isn't holistic fitness your main goal? I get not necessarily having drive to squat bench and dead on the platform, but wouldn't having vice grips on your wrists be an excellent thing to have in any physical situation?
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#45300 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
You aren't understanding me. I'm not saying you shouldn't have a strong grip, I'm saying that straps are a good tool to use in certain situations, and that not using them because it's "cheating" is only limiting yourself in the gym. If you have a weak grip from using straps, you're using them wrong.

And lats are a large muscle, but they contribute mostly to back width and overall thickness. The lats, rhomboids, rear delts, and overall yolk of the back is a huge area as well, especially aesthetically.
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#45316 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
I mean I guess. Not using straps has never held me back, personally.
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#45319 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Well as far as I know you've never even used them for a consistent period of time either.
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#45320 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Exactly, and now my grip is

I R O N
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O
N
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#45321 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
You keep going back to, straps = weak grip, for some reason.
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#45323 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Not inevitably, but I don't seem them as necessary.
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#45285 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
LOL dat word filter on "my"
#115533 - First off, the United States government hasn't committed mass …  [+] (6 new replies) 05/08/2016 on Politics - politics news,... +1
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#115540 - theplanetearth (05/08/2016) [-]
Do you know what we did during World War 2? We bombed cities full of refugees fleeing the soviets in the east, and had them corralled into a single city. These people were fleeing Soviet barbarity only to be met with western barbarity. They may have been raped, and murdered in the east, but it is hard to compare it to what awaited them in the west. Once we had that single city full of refugees we bombed it. The first wave bombed everywhere except for special safe zones, and then the next wave bombed the safe zones. The firestorm created by the incendiary bombs kicked up 400mph winds that threw people down streets, it made asphalt into a molten river, people jumped into boiling rivers to try to save themselves, and those who had made it into bomb shelters were reduced down to gelled fat in the bottom of a bomb shelter.

Does that alone not make the United States a nation unfit to be served by any man with a conscience? In my eyes that makes this democracy a hellish abomination fit for destruction, and at the end of the day I would rather die than serve it. The only thing in this wretched land worth saving is my people, and for these people, and for the sake of these people I will struggle and fight, never slacken, never tire, never lose courage, and never lose faith.
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#115542 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Also nice Hitler quote.
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#115544 - theplanetearth (05/08/2016) [-]
I didn't think you'd catch that, but that speech always brings a tear to my eye.
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#115541 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
I'm assuming you're talking about the Dresden bombing, where 25,000 civilians were killed in a raid with little to no military significance. Nazi propaganda claimed 200,000 deaths but city authorities claimed 25,000 at the highest estimates . This bombing was mostly supposed to be show of Force to show the German people how the Nazi powers were losing and unable to protect them. In terms of the entirely of the war, it wasn't even a notably deadly event.

Why don't you talk about the Warsaw uprising? Where Germans crushed a rebellion in Poland killing a quarter million civilians and displacing 700,000 more?

Like I've said before, every nation is at fault for these atrocities, and events like these are unfortunately common within periods of war. It isn't in any way admirable or acceptable, but it is reality.

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#115543 - theplanetearth (05/08/2016) [-]
Your comparing the civilians in Dresden to partisans in Warsaw. How do you deal with Partisans exactly? Ask them nicely to stop shooting you?
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#115545 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
There were 10,000 polish partisans killed out of the rebels. The rest were civilians living in the city.
#45281 - Obviously you want to do that too. But even strong forearms ar…  [+] (13 new replies) 05/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45282 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Not with that attitude, m8000.

I do a shitton of back work too, in fact I can confidently say I have you beat in the posterior development department. Your gripping muscles are made to be very durable, that's why they're trained better by prolonged TUT as opposed to heavy grip work (however the hell that'd work...). They're like the calves of your upper body.
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#45283 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
I'd say everyone's beating me in every department currently.

And maybe so, but if your grip is failing on certain areas, using straps will allow you to continue your workout.
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#45284 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Except aesthetics, lol. Although I've always had you beaten on back, to be fair....just like your damn arms have always beaten my gay purple horse, gs...

I guess so, but I feel like grip is commonly neglected because using straps is just easier. Either way, everyone could stand to do more forearm work. No one has ever regretted building a stronger grip.
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#45295 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Only thing you handily beat me on in terms of size is your lats, in my opinion.

And I don't disagree that you should aim to have stronger forearms, but if straps help you and you don't NEED to have a strong grip for competition purposes it's not hurting anything if you aren't relying on them.
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#45299 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
also I'm pretty sure the lats make up most of the back, just sain
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#45298 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
You of all people should know that having an iron grip is important for good overall development. Isn't holistic fitness your main goal? I get not necessarily having drive to squat bench and dead on the platform, but wouldn't having vice grips on your wrists be an excellent thing to have in any physical situation?
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#45300 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
You aren't understanding me. I'm not saying you shouldn't have a strong grip, I'm saying that straps are a good tool to use in certain situations, and that not using them because it's "cheating" is only limiting yourself in the gym. If you have a weak grip from using straps, you're using them wrong.

And lats are a large muscle, but they contribute mostly to back width and overall thickness. The lats, rhomboids, rear delts, and overall yolk of the back is a huge area as well, especially aesthetically.
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#45316 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
I mean I guess. Not using straps has never held me back, personally.
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#45319 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Well as far as I know you've never even used them for a consistent period of time either.
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#45320 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Exactly, and now my grip is

I R O N
R
O
N
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#45321 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
You keep going back to, straps = weak grip, for some reason.
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#45323 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Not inevitably, but I don't seem them as necessary.
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#45285 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
LOL dat word filter on "my"
#138794 - I like some of what he has to say, particularly about gun righ… 05/07/2016 on Religion Board 0
#45279 - Transforming into chink  [+] (3 new replies) 05/07/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +3
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#45308 - darealsnooki (05/08/2016) [-]


Seriously, do you know what it is?
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#45309 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
No, I have no idea. I can honestly barely see any sort of red marks.
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#45310 - darealsnooki (05/08/2016) [-]
Well, it's more purple than red now that I look at it more.
#45278 - Well like when I was back home, pull day was my longest with h…  [+] (15 new replies) 05/07/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
#45280 - anon (05/08/2016) [-]
The key is obviously to grow your forearms.
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#45281 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Obviously you want to do that too. But even strong forearms aren't going to keep up with a strong back for 2 hours.
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#45282 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Not with that attitude, m8000.

I do a shitton of back work too, in fact I can confidently say I have you beat in the posterior development department. Your gripping muscles are made to be very durable, that's why they're trained better by prolonged TUT as opposed to heavy grip work (however the hell that'd work...). They're like the calves of your upper body.
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#45283 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
I'd say everyone's beating me in every department currently.

And maybe so, but if your grip is failing on certain areas, using straps will allow you to continue your workout.
User avatar
#45284 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Except aesthetics, lol. Although I've always had you beaten on back, to be fair....just like your damn arms have always beaten my gay purple horse, gs...

I guess so, but I feel like grip is commonly neglected because using straps is just easier. Either way, everyone could stand to do more forearm work. No one has ever regretted building a stronger grip.
User avatar
#45295 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Only thing you handily beat me on in terms of size is your lats, in my opinion.

And I don't disagree that you should aim to have stronger forearms, but if straps help you and you don't NEED to have a strong grip for competition purposes it's not hurting anything if you aren't relying on them.
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#45299 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
also I'm pretty sure the lats make up most of the back, just sain
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#45298 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
You of all people should know that having an iron grip is important for good overall development. Isn't holistic fitness your main goal? I get not necessarily having drive to squat bench and dead on the platform, but wouldn't having vice grips on your wrists be an excellent thing to have in any physical situation?
User avatar
#45300 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
You aren't understanding me. I'm not saying you shouldn't have a strong grip, I'm saying that straps are a good tool to use in certain situations, and that not using them because it's "cheating" is only limiting yourself in the gym. If you have a weak grip from using straps, you're using them wrong.

And lats are a large muscle, but they contribute mostly to back width and overall thickness. The lats, rhomboids, rear delts, and overall yolk of the back is a huge area as well, especially aesthetically.
User avatar
#45316 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
I mean I guess. Not using straps has never held me back, personally.
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#45319 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Well as far as I know you've never even used them for a consistent period of time either.
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#45320 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Exactly, and now my grip is

I R O N
R
O
N
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#45321 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
You keep going back to, straps = weak grip, for some reason.
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#45323 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Not inevitably, but I don't seem them as necessary.
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#45285 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
LOL dat word filter on "my"
#115526 - I wonder if he's in the military or planning on joining? Becau…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/07/2016 on Politics - politics news,... +2
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#115531 - theplanetearth (05/08/2016) [-]
I will not serve a nation that committed mass murder, and ruined humanities future on the whims of a crippled cousinfucker, and my ancestors if they did flee religious persecution did no flee to another developed nation, they fled to a wilderness, and created a nation. Not fled to another nation dragging their problems in tow.
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#115533 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
First off, the United States government hasn't committed mass murder any more than other nations. The vast majority of blacks brought to America were shipped in when America was still Britain, the vast majority of native Americans died off from disease well before America was even a nation, the resulting conflicts between the Western culture and native culture was inevitable and not in any way unique compared to history. The United States has committed mass murder in any way more than other Colonial powers did during the era of Imperialism/Manifest Destiny.

Plus America was hardly a well developed nation until the Spanish-American war.
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#115540 - theplanetearth (05/08/2016) [-]
Do you know what we did during World War 2? We bombed cities full of refugees fleeing the soviets in the east, and had them corralled into a single city. These people were fleeing Soviet barbarity only to be met with western barbarity. They may have been raped, and murdered in the east, but it is hard to compare it to what awaited them in the west. Once we had that single city full of refugees we bombed it. The first wave bombed everywhere except for special safe zones, and then the next wave bombed the safe zones. The firestorm created by the incendiary bombs kicked up 400mph winds that threw people down streets, it made asphalt into a molten river, people jumped into boiling rivers to try to save themselves, and those who had made it into bomb shelters were reduced down to gelled fat in the bottom of a bomb shelter.

Does that alone not make the United States a nation unfit to be served by any man with a conscience? In my eyes that makes this democracy a hellish abomination fit for destruction, and at the end of the day I would rather die than serve it. The only thing in this wretched land worth saving is my people, and for these people, and for the sake of these people I will struggle and fight, never slacken, never tire, never lose courage, and never lose faith.
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#115542 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Also nice Hitler quote.
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#115544 - theplanetearth (05/08/2016) [-]
I didn't think you'd catch that, but that speech always brings a tear to my eye.
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#115541 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
I'm assuming you're talking about the Dresden bombing, where 25,000 civilians were killed in a raid with little to no military significance. Nazi propaganda claimed 200,000 deaths but city authorities claimed 25,000 at the highest estimates . This bombing was mostly supposed to be show of Force to show the German people how the Nazi powers were losing and unable to protect them. In terms of the entirely of the war, it wasn't even a notably deadly event.

Why don't you talk about the Warsaw uprising? Where Germans crushed a rebellion in Poland killing a quarter million civilians and displacing 700,000 more?

Like I've said before, every nation is at fault for these atrocities, and events like these are unfortunately common within periods of war. It isn't in any way admirable or acceptable, but it is reality.

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#115543 - theplanetearth (05/08/2016) [-]
Your comparing the civilians in Dresden to partisans in Warsaw. How do you deal with Partisans exactly? Ask them nicely to stop shooting you?
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#115545 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
There were 10,000 polish partisans killed out of the rebels. The rest were civilians living in the city.
#45276 - If you rely on them, yes. But using them to extend your pullin…  [+] (23 new replies) 05/07/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45277 - studbeefpile (05/07/2016) [-]
I get that, but personally I'll just switch to hook grip, lol. I think I've used straps a grand total of like 3 times, and two of those were for torn calluses. I really don't think I'm missing out on anything, not to mention, my grip has gotten sikk as fuuukkkk
#45286 - baglesbites (05/08/2016) [-]
Good luck with damaging the nerve endings in your tumb.

DOUBLE OVERHAND MASTER RACE [bold][bold]
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#45288 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
I would bet money that I can hold more straight double over hand than you can.

I don't use hook grip all the time.
#45332 - baglesbites (05/09/2016) [-]
I have no doubt a 500lb deadlifter can hold on to more than me but its fun to see how easy it is to get you fired up. I've only ever pulled 300 for 5 with double overhand. IE I should just kill myself.
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#45369 - Draigor (05/10/2016) [-]
I would bet money that I could suck more dicks than you
#45370 - baglesbites (05/10/2016) [-]
20 buck is 20 bucks.
#45287 - baglesbites (05/08/2016) [-]
Well I messed that up
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#45278 - marinepenguin (05/07/2016) [-]
Well like when I was back home, pull day was my longest with heavy deadlifts, rows, shrugs and then weighted pull-ups for high volume. After deadlifts and rows I could barely hold onto the bar for anything else. So straps became necessary, but I'd switch things up and use straps for different movements and try to use them as little as possible, but they're extremely useful for high volume when your smaller forearms fatigue before the dozen muscles in your back do.
#45280 - anon (05/08/2016) [-]
The key is obviously to grow your forearms.
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#45281 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Obviously you want to do that too. But even strong forearms aren't going to keep up with a strong back for 2 hours.
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#45282 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Not with that attitude, m8000.

I do a shitton of back work too, in fact I can confidently say I have you beat in the posterior development department. Your gripping muscles are made to be very durable, that's why they're trained better by prolonged TUT as opposed to heavy grip work (however the hell that'd work...). They're like the calves of your upper body.
User avatar
#45283 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
I'd say everyone's beating me in every department currently.

And maybe so, but if your grip is failing on certain areas, using straps will allow you to continue your workout.
User avatar
#45284 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Except aesthetics, lol. Although I've always had you beaten on back, to be fair....just like your damn arms have always beaten my gay purple horse, gs...

I guess so, but I feel like grip is commonly neglected because using straps is just easier. Either way, everyone could stand to do more forearm work. No one has ever regretted building a stronger grip.
User avatar
#45295 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Only thing you handily beat me on in terms of size is your lats, in my opinion.

And I don't disagree that you should aim to have stronger forearms, but if straps help you and you don't NEED to have a strong grip for competition purposes it's not hurting anything if you aren't relying on them.
User avatar
#45299 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
also I'm pretty sure the lats make up most of the back, just sain
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#45298 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
You of all people should know that having an iron grip is important for good overall development. Isn't holistic fitness your main goal? I get not necessarily having drive to squat bench and dead on the platform, but wouldn't having vice grips on your wrists be an excellent thing to have in any physical situation?
User avatar
#45300 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
You aren't understanding me. I'm not saying you shouldn't have a strong grip, I'm saying that straps are a good tool to use in certain situations, and that not using them because it's "cheating" is only limiting yourself in the gym. If you have a weak grip from using straps, you're using them wrong.

And lats are a large muscle, but they contribute mostly to back width and overall thickness. The lats, rhomboids, rear delts, and overall yolk of the back is a huge area as well, especially aesthetically.
User avatar
#45316 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
I mean I guess. Not using straps has never held me back, personally.
User avatar
#45319 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
Well as far as I know you've never even used them for a consistent period of time either.
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#45320 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Exactly, and now my grip is

I R O N
R
O
N
User avatar
#45321 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
You keep going back to, straps = weak grip, for some reason.
User avatar
#45323 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Not inevitably, but I don't seem them as necessary.
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#45285 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
LOL dat word filter on "my"
#115517 - The they/them people are becoming more common and I'm actually…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/07/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#115520 - PopcornViking (05/07/2016) [-]
I'm a democrat and everything

But you won't be able to convince me there's more than 2 genders