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#15146 - Sounds cool. I just know one of the original workout regimens …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
#15147 - oborawatabinost (07/17/2014) [-]
He also did a lot of core. Because the core is the center of everything, and a strong core will help you develop power coming from everywhere else.

I'm not fitness expert, but I know that you can't look like that and have that kind of power without knowing what you're doing. And lots and lots of effort.
User avatar #15150 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well that makes sense, because the core is where all of your energy transfers through is pretty much any movement.

And I'm not arguing with you, Bruce Lee was an absolute beast.
#145088 - My girlfriend says the same thing about her guys, the worst th…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... +1
User avatar #145090 - cbobrow (07/17/2014) [-]
Will do man. I think I mightve needed to just talk a little to an outside party too
#145085 - That's understandable. But this takes more then just a few day…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... +1
User avatar #145086 - cbobrow (07/17/2014) [-]
Oh well no I mean its just kinda come to a head in the past few days I know its been there under the surface for a while. But its not that shes making me feel bad its that I feel bad for whats happened in my past. I know that sounds kinda stupid but I just wish I hadn't done any of it.
User avatar #145088 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
My girlfriend says the same thing about her guys, the worst thing for me was that she basically just had a 25 year old fuck buddy for a year, and that hurts to think about.

But you just gotta let it get out of her system. Let her vent, talk to her, be there for her.
User avatar #145090 - cbobrow (07/17/2014) [-]
Will do man. I think I mightve needed to just talk a little to an outside party too
#145083 - Well, my girlfriend has been with 7 guys, all older and more e…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #145084 - cbobrow (07/17/2014) [-]
That's what we've been doing for the past few days is talking about it and I just feel super shitty cause I upset her. I just want to make her happy ya know?
User avatar #145085 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
That's understandable. But this takes more then just a few days, it was months for me, but I didn't spend every moment upset about it. I would just have a couple hours where I was down.

You also have to take into account, that she shouldn't making you feel bad about it. She also has to kind of nut up and accept that you have done things in the past, and she shouldn't make you feel bad about it.
User avatar #145086 - cbobrow (07/17/2014) [-]
Oh well no I mean its just kinda come to a head in the past few days I know its been there under the surface for a while. But its not that shes making me feel bad its that I feel bad for whats happened in my past. I know that sounds kinda stupid but I just wish I hadn't done any of it.
User avatar #145088 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
My girlfriend says the same thing about her guys, the worst thing for me was that she basically just had a 25 year old fuck buddy for a year, and that hurts to think about.

But you just gotta let it get out of her system. Let her vent, talk to her, be there for her.
User avatar #145090 - cbobrow (07/17/2014) [-]
Will do man. I think I mightve needed to just talk a little to an outside party too
#145067 - I'll be sure to look into it then.  [+] (2 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
#145065 - Well things are a lot different these days in the military, my…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #145066 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
You know if you really want to make the most out of the air force, get into drones. My friends brother does that and he gets paid a lot for how much actual work he does
User avatar #145067 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'll be sure to look into it then.
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
#145063 - Exactly, my cousin was talking to me the other day and he said…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #145064 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
OCS as long as you have a degree you're fine. But because of the high amounts of candidates they get now they may look at your college grades. Idrk, my dad said when he did it he just kinda walked into OCS, said he wanted to be a pilot, and became one. In fact the first time he ever flew in a plane was when he did his first practice flight in flight training
User avatar #145065 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well things are a lot different these days in the military, my dad was a search and rescue in the Navy back during the Gulf War. He, and other guys I've talked to have told me that they're being a lot more strict about things right now, because they don't need as many. But that could change in 5 years, especially if we need a larger force with all the shit going on in the world right now.
User avatar #145066 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
You know if you really want to make the most out of the air force, get into drones. My friends brother does that and he gets paid a lot for how much actual work he does
User avatar #145067 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'll be sure to look into it then.
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
#145061 - I always wanted to be a pilot! Exept that I wear contacts and …  [+] (8 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #145062 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Good thing about OCS though is you have a bit more of a say in what you want to do
User avatar #145063 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Exactly, my cousin was talking to me the other day and he said that when he was in college and he wanted to rejoin ROTC for the officer program they wanted him to maintain a 3.8 GPA. Would you happen to know if that would be a requirement for OCS or does your GPA not really matter.
User avatar #145064 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
OCS as long as you have a degree you're fine. But because of the high amounts of candidates they get now they may look at your college grades. Idrk, my dad said when he did it he just kinda walked into OCS, said he wanted to be a pilot, and became one. In fact the first time he ever flew in a plane was when he did his first practice flight in flight training
User avatar #145065 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well things are a lot different these days in the military, my dad was a search and rescue in the Navy back during the Gulf War. He, and other guys I've talked to have told me that they're being a lot more strict about things right now, because they don't need as many. But that could change in 5 years, especially if we need a larger force with all the shit going on in the world right now.
User avatar #145066 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
You know if you really want to make the most out of the air force, get into drones. My friends brother does that and he gets paid a lot for how much actual work he does
User avatar #145067 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'll be sure to look into it then.
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
#15144 - I'm hoping that's a joke. If your back isn't on the bench like…  [+] (13 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
User avatar #15151 - scoobydoobydo (07/17/2014) [-]
Nope this is a powerlifters form. Like anon said if you are consistently train flat on the bench it is going to put a lot of pressure on the front delts. When I first saw pictures of this I thought it was ridiculous too.
User avatar #15153 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I have been to powerlifting meets, I've seen how guys do it. I've never seen a powerlifter, or really anyone, lift that way and call it proper form.

For powerlifting, it's more about technique then raw strength. That means efficient transfer of energy, using as much of your body as possible. The best way to do this is to plant your feet into the ground, keep your core straight and tight, and push up through your core with your legs as a stable base to push through your chest.

Normally I agree with you on things, but I'll fight you on this one haha.
User avatar #15154 - scoobydoobydo (07/17/2014) [-]
As I said in my first comment his butt should touch the bench. If you did this at a meet the lift wouldn't count because his butts not on the bench.
User avatar #15155 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I know, I wasn't necessarily talking about that guy specifically. I've just been trained to keep my core straight and tight, and it's how I've always seen it done. And not everyone has shoulder problems while benching, some people are shoulder dominant and some aren't. I'm not, and my shoulders have never had issues benching thus far. But you are right about the shoulder girdle thing, the shoulder bones in your back don't have freedom of movement during the lift.
User avatar #15156 - scoobydoobydo (07/17/2014) [-]
I for one have bad shoulder mobility. But I see what you are saying that this guys form is excessive and on his way to snap city.
#15148 - devout feminist (07/17/2014) [-]
This is the strongest piece of broscience I've ever heard.

Flat back bench is a good way to say RIP to your rotator cuffs
User avatar #15149 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
That isn't broscience, the only part of your back that shouldn't be touching the bench the entire lift, is where the natural arch of your back is. What the guy in that picture is doing, is retarded.
#15157 - devout feminist (07/17/2014) [-]
No it isn't. You claimed he's not "using his whole body properly", yet haven't explained how at all. If you're gonna make a claim, you have to back it up.

He has his feet on the ground and ass on the bench, so it would pass in a competition. If anything, he's using his whole body more considering that his lower body remains extremely tight since his feet are directly under him
User avatar #15158 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I have explained this. All his energy is going into his lower back, pushing it up. If he had his core tight like it should be, it would be straight on the bench. That guy in the picture is going to ruin his back very quickly benching like that. If you think it is good form, then continue benching like that. I will enjoy being able to bench over when I turn 45.
#15197 - devout feminist (07/18/2014) [-]
"All his energy is going into his lower back, pushing it up. If he had his core tight like it should be, it would be straight on the bench"

That makes no actual sense at all and it complete broscience. He has the mobility to create an arch that big, so he uses it to reduce his ROM and allow him to lift heavier weights. Most people can't arch that much. Just because I'm informing you on how wrong your are doesn't mean I advocate that method of benching. I can't arch and much and dislike large arch bench.

His lower back also isn't suffering from that arch. If you're still benching heavy over 45, you better thank your parents for giving you resilient rotator cuff genetics.
User avatar #15198 - marinepenguin (07/18/2014) [-]
I think you misunderstanding me, I'm not saying that your back should be perfectly straight. Arch is totally fine, as long as your butt is touching the bench. This guy is not touching the bench with his butt, he isn't keeping his core tight, he's going to hurt his back.

I don't go by broscience.

And I'll just disagree with you on the last point. While genetics are a huge factor for how long you can bench and really do heavy lifts in general, if you bench correctly and don't continually push and over stress your joints or injure them, you can bench into your 50's.
#15182 - devout feminist (07/18/2014) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6T45kkQVoU
Why the fuck do they allow this then mate?
User avatar #15183 - marinepenguin (07/18/2014) [-]
I have specifically seen the girl used as an example as what not to do while benching. Different powerlifting federations have their own rules and regulations.
#145056 - I'm going into the air force, hopefully to be in officer. I'm …  [+] (10 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #145058 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Nice! My dad was in the air force in vietnam, I have all his old pilot stuff too like his helmet and shit. Air force is great, I just wish they had more of a demand for pilots these days.
User avatar #145061 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I always wanted to be a pilot! Exept that I wear contacts and I don't think they would take me. I have the physical body to be able to do basically anything, but my problem may be the testing. I'm pretty damn smart, but the Air Force is very very strict when it comes to Academics, especially when going through the Officer Training Program.
User avatar #145062 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Good thing about OCS though is you have a bit more of a say in what you want to do
User avatar #145063 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Exactly, my cousin was talking to me the other day and he said that when he was in college and he wanted to rejoin ROTC for the officer program they wanted him to maintain a 3.8 GPA. Would you happen to know if that would be a requirement for OCS or does your GPA not really matter.
User avatar #145064 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
OCS as long as you have a degree you're fine. But because of the high amounts of candidates they get now they may look at your college grades. Idrk, my dad said when he did it he just kinda walked into OCS, said he wanted to be a pilot, and became one. In fact the first time he ever flew in a plane was when he did his first practice flight in flight training
User avatar #145065 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well things are a lot different these days in the military, my dad was a search and rescue in the Navy back during the Gulf War. He, and other guys I've talked to have told me that they're being a lot more strict about things right now, because they don't need as many. But that could change in 5 years, especially if we need a larger force with all the shit going on in the world right now.
User avatar #145066 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
You know if you really want to make the most out of the air force, get into drones. My friends brother does that and he gets paid a lot for how much actual work he does
User avatar #145067 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'll be sure to look into it then.
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
#145053 - Well I didn't really want one because my friend had one, and w…  [+] (12 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #145054 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
What branch are you going into? Back in my highschool days when I dropped out after getting my GED, i was so close to joining the marines
User avatar #145056 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'm going into the air force, hopefully to be in officer. I'm going in after I get my degree in engineering.
User avatar #145058 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Nice! My dad was in the air force in vietnam, I have all his old pilot stuff too like his helmet and shit. Air force is great, I just wish they had more of a demand for pilots these days.
User avatar #145061 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I always wanted to be a pilot! Exept that I wear contacts and I don't think they would take me. I have the physical body to be able to do basically anything, but my problem may be the testing. I'm pretty damn smart, but the Air Force is very very strict when it comes to Academics, especially when going through the Officer Training Program.
User avatar #145062 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Good thing about OCS though is you have a bit more of a say in what you want to do
User avatar #145063 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Exactly, my cousin was talking to me the other day and he said that when he was in college and he wanted to rejoin ROTC for the officer program they wanted him to maintain a 3.8 GPA. Would you happen to know if that would be a requirement for OCS or does your GPA not really matter.
User avatar #145064 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
OCS as long as you have a degree you're fine. But because of the high amounts of candidates they get now they may look at your college grades. Idrk, my dad said when he did it he just kinda walked into OCS, said he wanted to be a pilot, and became one. In fact the first time he ever flew in a plane was when he did his first practice flight in flight training
User avatar #145065 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well things are a lot different these days in the military, my dad was a search and rescue in the Navy back during the Gulf War. He, and other guys I've talked to have told me that they're being a lot more strict about things right now, because they don't need as many. But that could change in 5 years, especially if we need a larger force with all the shit going on in the world right now.
User avatar #145066 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
You know if you really want to make the most out of the air force, get into drones. My friends brother does that and he gets paid a lot for how much actual work he does
User avatar #145067 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'll be sure to look into it then.
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
#145050 - I actually bought a car less then a week ago. I had it narrowe…  [+] (14 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #145052 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
I myself wouldn't own a buick. But my friend had a buick and I loved the car, hated how it drove but damn that thing was comfy, and it was a tank. They're great little cars, and kind of unsung hero's. But the reason they aren't that popular is because they don't really stand out in anything except for comfort. I love them though
User avatar #145053 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well I didn't really want one because my friend had one, and while it drove well and was comfy, it seemed like an old person vehicle. But this one is a bit more sporty, and I was just looking for a reliable car to last me through college before I join the service. So I'm not complaining with what I got.
User avatar #145054 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
What branch are you going into? Back in my highschool days when I dropped out after getting my GED, i was so close to joining the marines
User avatar #145056 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'm going into the air force, hopefully to be in officer. I'm going in after I get my degree in engineering.
User avatar #145058 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Nice! My dad was in the air force in vietnam, I have all his old pilot stuff too like his helmet and shit. Air force is great, I just wish they had more of a demand for pilots these days.
User avatar #145061 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I always wanted to be a pilot! Exept that I wear contacts and I don't think they would take me. I have the physical body to be able to do basically anything, but my problem may be the testing. I'm pretty damn smart, but the Air Force is very very strict when it comes to Academics, especially when going through the Officer Training Program.
User avatar #145062 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Good thing about OCS though is you have a bit more of a say in what you want to do
User avatar #145063 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Exactly, my cousin was talking to me the other day and he said that when he was in college and he wanted to rejoin ROTC for the officer program they wanted him to maintain a 3.8 GPA. Would you happen to know if that would be a requirement for OCS or does your GPA not really matter.
User avatar #145064 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
OCS as long as you have a degree you're fine. But because of the high amounts of candidates they get now they may look at your college grades. Idrk, my dad said when he did it he just kinda walked into OCS, said he wanted to be a pilot, and became one. In fact the first time he ever flew in a plane was when he did his first practice flight in flight training
User avatar #145065 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well things are a lot different these days in the military, my dad was a search and rescue in the Navy back during the Gulf War. He, and other guys I've talked to have told me that they're being a lot more strict about things right now, because they don't need as many. But that could change in 5 years, especially if we need a larger force with all the shit going on in the world right now.
User avatar #145066 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
You know if you really want to make the most out of the air force, get into drones. My friends brother does that and he gets paid a lot for how much actual work he does
User avatar #145067 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'll be sure to look into it then.
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
#145047 - Well you have gone beyond my capabilities to give an opinion, …  [+] (16 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #145048 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Thanks man,

and hey, a little word of advice. If you're ever in the market for a new car, remember, there's always a slightly used luxury car in the used market for the same price as a new civic.
User avatar #145050 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I actually bought a car less then a week ago. I had it narrowed down to a 2007 Cadillac STS with 90K miles, and a 2009 Buick LaCrosse CX with 50k miles. Both were around 12000, I ended up settling with the Buick. Had lower miles, one owner (he was a very elderly gentleman too), no accidents, and it was a pretty sporty looking Buick. Think I made a decent decision?
User avatar #145052 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
I myself wouldn't own a buick. But my friend had a buick and I loved the car, hated how it drove but damn that thing was comfy, and it was a tank. They're great little cars, and kind of unsung hero's. But the reason they aren't that popular is because they don't really stand out in anything except for comfort. I love them though
User avatar #145053 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well I didn't really want one because my friend had one, and while it drove well and was comfy, it seemed like an old person vehicle. But this one is a bit more sporty, and I was just looking for a reliable car to last me through college before I join the service. So I'm not complaining with what I got.
User avatar #145054 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
What branch are you going into? Back in my highschool days when I dropped out after getting my GED, i was so close to joining the marines
User avatar #145056 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'm going into the air force, hopefully to be in officer. I'm going in after I get my degree in engineering.
User avatar #145058 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Nice! My dad was in the air force in vietnam, I have all his old pilot stuff too like his helmet and shit. Air force is great, I just wish they had more of a demand for pilots these days.
User avatar #145061 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I always wanted to be a pilot! Exept that I wear contacts and I don't think they would take me. I have the physical body to be able to do basically anything, but my problem may be the testing. I'm pretty damn smart, but the Air Force is very very strict when it comes to Academics, especially when going through the Officer Training Program.
User avatar #145062 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Good thing about OCS though is you have a bit more of a say in what you want to do
User avatar #145063 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Exactly, my cousin was talking to me the other day and he said that when he was in college and he wanted to rejoin ROTC for the officer program they wanted him to maintain a 3.8 GPA. Would you happen to know if that would be a requirement for OCS or does your GPA not really matter.
User avatar #145064 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
OCS as long as you have a degree you're fine. But because of the high amounts of candidates they get now they may look at your college grades. Idrk, my dad said when he did it he just kinda walked into OCS, said he wanted to be a pilot, and became one. In fact the first time he ever flew in a plane was when he did his first practice flight in flight training
User avatar #145065 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well things are a lot different these days in the military, my dad was a search and rescue in the Navy back during the Gulf War. He, and other guys I've talked to have told me that they're being a lot more strict about things right now, because they don't need as many. But that could change in 5 years, especially if we need a larger force with all the shit going on in the world right now.
User avatar #145066 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
You know if you really want to make the most out of the air force, get into drones. My friends brother does that and he gets paid a lot for how much actual work he does
User avatar #145067 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'll be sure to look into it then.
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
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User avatar #145045 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
If it was the last gen corvette I would take it without question. But with the new one I just haven't seen what kind of reliability it has and I hear it's about the same to repair as a german car, it's just much faster.

But I don't know if I'm also the kind of person to own such a flashy car too. BMW's and Audi's are very good at blending in, but making an impression. And the nissan is just fun and cheaper.
But even based on that I still want a two seater, because I'm not looking into starting a family anytime soon. I told myself no kids before 45
User avatar #145047 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well you have gone beyond my capabilities to give an opinion, because I have never even sat in anything more fancy then a new caddy. But good luck with your purchase man.
User avatar #145048 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Thanks man,

and hey, a little word of advice. If you're ever in the market for a new car, remember, there's always a slightly used luxury car in the used market for the same price as a new civic.
User avatar #145050 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I actually bought a car less then a week ago. I had it narrowed down to a 2007 Cadillac STS with 90K miles, and a 2009 Buick LaCrosse CX with 50k miles. Both were around 12000, I ended up settling with the Buick. Had lower miles, one owner (he was a very elderly gentleman too), no accidents, and it was a pretty sporty looking Buick. Think I made a decent decision?
User avatar #145052 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
I myself wouldn't own a buick. But my friend had a buick and I loved the car, hated how it drove but damn that thing was comfy, and it was a tank. They're great little cars, and kind of unsung hero's. But the reason they aren't that popular is because they don't really stand out in anything except for comfort. I love them though
User avatar #145053 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well I didn't really want one because my friend had one, and while it drove well and was comfy, it seemed like an old person vehicle. But this one is a bit more sporty, and I was just looking for a reliable car to last me through college before I join the service. So I'm not complaining with what I got.
User avatar #145054 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
What branch are you going into? Back in my highschool days when I dropped out after getting my GED, i was so close to joining the marines
User avatar #145056 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'm going into the air force, hopefully to be in officer. I'm going in after I get my degree in engineering.
User avatar #145058 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Nice! My dad was in the air force in vietnam, I have all his old pilot stuff too like his helmet and shit. Air force is great, I just wish they had more of a demand for pilots these days.
User avatar #145061 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I always wanted to be a pilot! Exept that I wear contacts and I don't think they would take me. I have the physical body to be able to do basically anything, but my problem may be the testing. I'm pretty damn smart, but the Air Force is very very strict when it comes to Academics, especially when going through the Officer Training Program.
User avatar #145062 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Good thing about OCS though is you have a bit more of a say in what you want to do
User avatar #145063 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Exactly, my cousin was talking to me the other day and he said that when he was in college and he wanted to rejoin ROTC for the officer program they wanted him to maintain a 3.8 GPA. Would you happen to know if that would be a requirement for OCS or does your GPA not really matter.
User avatar #145064 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
OCS as long as you have a degree you're fine. But because of the high amounts of candidates they get now they may look at your college grades. Idrk, my dad said when he did it he just kinda walked into OCS, said he wanted to be a pilot, and became one. In fact the first time he ever flew in a plane was when he did his first practice flight in flight training
User avatar #145065 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well things are a lot different these days in the military, my dad was a search and rescue in the Navy back during the Gulf War. He, and other guys I've talked to have told me that they're being a lot more strict about things right now, because they don't need as many. But that could change in 5 years, especially if we need a larger force with all the shit going on in the world right now.
User avatar #145066 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
You know if you really want to make the most out of the air force, get into drones. My friends brother does that and he gets paid a lot for how much actual work he does
User avatar #145067 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'll be sure to look into it then.
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
User avatar #145046 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
*I hate german two seaters
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User avatar #15145 - oborawatabinost (07/17/2014) [-]
The books go pretty in-depth about what he did. He spent a lot of his time figuring out what works and what doesn't. His regular martial arts practice was what got him in shape at first, but his weightlifting took it a step further and got him the physique that he had.

The stuff I do has a good balance of strength of endurance training, with fighting performance being the focus.
User avatar #15146 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Sounds cool. I just know one of the original workout regimens he tried with weightlifting.

And like any newbie he did a TON of arms. And not much else.

But that sounds interesting.
#15147 - oborawatabinost (07/17/2014) [-]
He also did a lot of core. Because the core is the center of everything, and a strong core will help you develop power coming from everywhere else.

I'm not fitness expert, but I know that you can't look like that and have that kind of power without knowing what you're doing. And lots and lots of effort.
User avatar #15150 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well that makes sense, because the core is where all of your energy transfers through is pretty much any movement.

And I'm not arguing with you, Bruce Lee was an absolute beast.
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#145034 - ciswhiteman (07/16/2014) [-]
What you listed are basic maintenance items or parts that would normally need replaced on any vehicle over 200,000 miles, this does not add to the value of the car, since the next owner will likely spend as much over the next few years to keep it running.
User avatar #145042 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Not necessarily true about the repairs part. My parents have owned several vehicles for nearly 300k miles that have ran like brand new, once you replace the parts that go bad around the 200k line. They have told me that it's been like that with nearly every car that they've owned. So after the initial batch of parts, you are usually set for another long period of time. Just like I have had no repairs after the last major one about a year ago.
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User avatar #145820 - heraske (07/20/2014) [-]
4K$
User avatar #145071 - nigalthornberry (07/17/2014) [-]
Probably around 2k because of high miles
User avatar #145029 - marinepenguin (07/16/2014) [-]
KBB doesn't add in the fact that I've put 3 grand into the car, it only counts for stock parts.
#145034 - ciswhiteman (07/16/2014) [-]
What you listed are basic maintenance items or parts that would normally need replaced on any vehicle over 200,000 miles, this does not add to the value of the car, since the next owner will likely spend as much over the next few years to keep it running.
User avatar #145042 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Not necessarily true about the repairs part. My parents have owned several vehicles for nearly 300k miles that have ran like brand new, once you replace the parts that go bad around the 200k line. They have told me that it's been like that with nearly every car that they've owned. So after the initial batch of parts, you are usually set for another long period of time. Just like I have had no repairs after the last major one about a year ago.
User avatar #145025 - marinepenguin (07/16/2014) [-]
I've had it for 3 years, not 2.
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#145021 - hsm (07/16/2014) [-]
I feel real stupid right now.
User avatar #145023 - marinepenguin (07/16/2014) [-]
We all have those moments.
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User avatar #145037 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
I know what I'm getting into. I currently own an 06 335i.

Repairs kill me, in the past month I've had to get a new starter (2295 dollary doos) and a new electronic water pump and gauge (2000 even)

User avatar #145043 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Oh shit, for my 96 Camaro a new starter was 200 bucks brand new. I didn't know it was that expensive honestly.

But still, you seem to have enough cash to really get whatever you want, if you like the BMW's then go with that. But the Corvettes are usually a great bang for their buck if taken care of.
User avatar #145045 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
If it was the last gen corvette I would take it without question. But with the new one I just haven't seen what kind of reliability it has and I hear it's about the same to repair as a german car, it's just much faster.

But I don't know if I'm also the kind of person to own such a flashy car too. BMW's and Audi's are very good at blending in, but making an impression. And the nissan is just fun and cheaper.
But even based on that I still want a two seater, because I'm not looking into starting a family anytime soon. I told myself no kids before 45
User avatar #145047 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well you have gone beyond my capabilities to give an opinion, because I have never even sat in anything more fancy then a new caddy. But good luck with your purchase man.
User avatar #145048 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Thanks man,

and hey, a little word of advice. If you're ever in the market for a new car, remember, there's always a slightly used luxury car in the used market for the same price as a new civic.
User avatar #145050 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I actually bought a car less then a week ago. I had it narrowed down to a 2007 Cadillac STS with 90K miles, and a 2009 Buick LaCrosse CX with 50k miles. Both were around 12000, I ended up settling with the Buick. Had lower miles, one owner (he was a very elderly gentleman too), no accidents, and it was a pretty sporty looking Buick. Think I made a decent decision?
User avatar #145052 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
I myself wouldn't own a buick. But my friend had a buick and I loved the car, hated how it drove but damn that thing was comfy, and it was a tank. They're great little cars, and kind of unsung hero's. But the reason they aren't that popular is because they don't really stand out in anything except for comfort. I love them though
User avatar #145053 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well I didn't really want one because my friend had one, and while it drove well and was comfy, it seemed like an old person vehicle. But this one is a bit more sporty, and I was just looking for a reliable car to last me through college before I join the service. So I'm not complaining with what I got.
User avatar #145054 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
What branch are you going into? Back in my highschool days when I dropped out after getting my GED, i was so close to joining the marines
User avatar #145056 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'm going into the air force, hopefully to be in officer. I'm going in after I get my degree in engineering.
User avatar #145058 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Nice! My dad was in the air force in vietnam, I have all his old pilot stuff too like his helmet and shit. Air force is great, I just wish they had more of a demand for pilots these days.
User avatar #145061 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I always wanted to be a pilot! Exept that I wear contacts and I don't think they would take me. I have the physical body to be able to do basically anything, but my problem may be the testing. I'm pretty damn smart, but the Air Force is very very strict when it comes to Academics, especially when going through the Officer Training Program.
User avatar #145062 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
Good thing about OCS though is you have a bit more of a say in what you want to do
User avatar #145063 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Exactly, my cousin was talking to me the other day and he said that when he was in college and he wanted to rejoin ROTC for the officer program they wanted him to maintain a 3.8 GPA. Would you happen to know if that would be a requirement for OCS or does your GPA not really matter.
User avatar #145064 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
OCS as long as you have a degree you're fine. But because of the high amounts of candidates they get now they may look at your college grades. Idrk, my dad said when he did it he just kinda walked into OCS, said he wanted to be a pilot, and became one. In fact the first time he ever flew in a plane was when he did his first practice flight in flight training
User avatar #145065 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
Well things are a lot different these days in the military, my dad was a search and rescue in the Navy back during the Gulf War. He, and other guys I've talked to have told me that they're being a lot more strict about things right now, because they don't need as many. But that could change in 5 years, especially if we need a larger force with all the shit going on in the world right now.
User avatar #145066 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
You know if you really want to make the most out of the air force, get into drones. My friends brother does that and he gets paid a lot for how much actual work he does
User avatar #145067 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'll be sure to look into it then.
User avatar #145069 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
And if you didn't know this already

everything every single recruiter says is complete bullshit
User avatar #145068 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
It's definitely the job that the air force has been trying to fill for the past few years, and with an engineering degree you'd be a perfect candidate.
User avatar #145046 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
*I hate german two seaters
User avatar #145038 - trolljunkusa (07/17/2014) [-]
325i*
User avatar #145020 - marinepenguin (07/16/2014) [-]
Just looked those cars up, and holy fucking shit you weren't kidding when you said you had some money. These cars are absolutely ridiculous. I'd go with the Stingray hands down, you clearly aren't looking for some town car. Corvette will have the best trade-in and resale value, and it'll be fast as FUCK.
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User avatar #101 - syrianassassin (12 hours ago) [-]
i am fasting and went to your profile and full of food. why you torture me ;_;
#100 - MrKittyKat (07/01/2014) [-]
Have some more u slut
User avatar #99 - MrKittyKat (07/01/2014) [-]
Oh you love this bread you dirty whore.
#98 - MrKittyKat (07/01/2014) [-]
ofc i wouldnt
User avatar #97 - MrKittyKat (07/01/2014) [-]
You thought this cat would stop with bread?
#95 - MrKittyKat (06/30/2014) [-]
I shall not stop. I shall not falter. OP will deliver. And you shall know his name forever.
User avatar #96 to #95 - marinepenguin (06/30/2014) [-]
This is a good time. Many laughs are to be had.
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I guess you like bread
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#94 to #93 - marinepenguin (06/30/2014) [-]
Oh god I thought you were done.
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Fuk u have sum bred
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That looks absolutely disgusting holy shit.
#88 - MrKittyKat (06/30/2014) [-]
Not stopping because you goddamn asked to be shitposted. I will not stop. I shall not falter. Fuk u
User avatar #91 to #88 - marinepenguin (06/30/2014) [-]
Is it bread or is it ice cream!!!!???
#85 - MrKittyKat (06/30/2014) [-]
Have your 5 bread a day motherfucker.
User avatar #86 to #85 - marinepenguin (06/30/2014) [-]
Oh god no
#84 - MrKittyKat (06/30/2014) [-]
Do you like buttery bread you whore?
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Please stop omg
#83 - MrKittyKat (06/30/2014) [-]
Such shitpost, Many bread. Wow.
User avatar #89 to #83 - marinepenguin (06/30/2014) [-]
This isn't your average everyday shitposting, this is...

ADVANCED shitposting
#80 - devout feminist (06/28/2014) [-]
guess who i am
User avatar #81 to #80 - marinepenguin (06/28/2014) [-]
considering my latest user on my profile is syrianassassin, I have no idea
User avatar #76 - soundofwinter (06/21/2014) [-]
fuck you
User avatar #78 to #76 - marinepenguin (06/21/2014) [-]
oh wait I remember what this was for, you actually did it. Impressive.
User avatar #77 to #76 - marinepenguin (06/21/2014) [-]
hello
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Oh wow, I'm impressed.
User avatar #72 - wertgf (06/14/2014) [-]
I got the tentacuil thumbs back to 0 for you.
User avatar #73 to #72 - marinepenguin (06/14/2014) [-]
Thank you, it was more of an annoyance then anything. He thumbed down several boards.
User avatar #74 to #73 - wertgf (06/14/2014) [-]
I like to chill the music board and spam thumbing is really annoying.
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#68 to #67 - marinepenguin (04/02/2014) [-]
This was like a month ago or so.
#69 to #68 - Orc (06/11/2014) [-]
**Orc rolled image** aaaaaaaaand I'm gay.
User avatar #71 to #69 - marinepenguin (06/11/2014) [-]
We'll hello friend
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Here's the 4channy thing viacotwelve
User avatar #63 to #61 - thegermanknight (04/08/2013) [-]
Neeeyah! Ocean of text!
User avatar #64 to #63 - marinepenguin (04/08/2013) [-]
It's so gud dough.
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thegermanknight
#55 - devout feminist (03/05/2013) [-]
lil wayne fucking sucks dumbass
#56 to #55 - marinepenguin (03/05/2013) [-]
I never said I liked Lil Wayne?
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User avatar #58 to #57 - marinepenguin (03/05/2013) [-]
I don't remember this. Could you link it? Because there is only one song that I have in my collection that is Lil Wayne, because I don't like his music 99% of the time.
#59 to #58 - devout feminist (03/05/2013) [-]
cant find the comment no more you mustve deleted it
User avatar #60 to #59 - marinepenguin (03/05/2013) [-]
Whatever you say anon. But I can say from my own personal experience, that I do not enjoy Lil Wayne.
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