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#115802 - Himmler specifically I know was worse. Haven't heard much abou…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/11/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#115803 - PopcornViking (05/11/2016) [-]
Goring was in charge of the Luftwaffe

Heydrich was Himmler's right hand man who was equally insane
Eichmann worked under Heydrich and was in charge of the logistics of the Holocaust
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#115804 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
I'm aware of who Göring was. Hitler gave him quite a bit of autonomy and that led to many military blunders. But in terms of his personality, he was equally insane.

The leader of propaganda, Goebbels, wasn't much better.
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#115805 - PopcornViking (05/11/2016) [-]
Oh I know

Just In my opinion tier 1 is Himmler, Heydrich, and Eichmann
And tier 2 is Hitler, Goring, and Goebbels
#138956 - Well in America there's a growing number of people who conside…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/11/2016 on Religion Board 0
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#138957 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i thought it was like 1%, but a cursory search revealed that you are right.

i'm not sure, but i know it's a significant portion.
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#138958 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Well I can't prove that premise wrong, as I only have myself and my atheistic friends to go off of.
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#138959 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i'm just going off the sheer number of them on the internet. but obviously there's some selection bias there.
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#138960 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
I definitely can't deny that there is a large amount of them online. But you also have to recognize where you are on the internet and what communities you associate with. We have them in tons of cringe compilations here even.

And honestly I probably hate them more than you do.
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#138961 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
and also, the anti-theists are going to account for a disproportional number of atheistic comments on the internet, because they're the most passionate and involved in the discussion.

i think i feel more pity than hatred toward them. although people like caette often manage to bring my blood to a boil.
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#138964 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
What about Caette? Haven't seen him enough to form an opinion.
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#138966 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
caette consistently calls me a troll, and used to be quite fond of telling me to commit suicide. he's like super anti-theistic.
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#138968 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Sounds counter-productive. I know we disagree on a lot. But that's pretty extreme.
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#138969 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
he's of the "kill those who disagree" mindset, probably regarding things outside of religion as well. he's just a fundamentalist with poor emotional control
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#138963 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
That's also true. Like I personally grew tired of discussing religion for a time, as you might have noticed.

And I hate them because I'm looped in with them when people know I'm atheistic. I can't put that I'm atheist into a conversation either online or in person a lot of time without a Fedora/neckbeard comment. So I have that negative connotation with that position. It's like being a republican going into the Occupy Democrats facebook page and trying to have a civil conversation, it immediately devolves into "you're evil and blah blah blah ad hom" .

So their behavior directly effects my first impression.
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#138965 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i know that i, somewhat jokingly, said that the stereotype is accurate, but i don't think we should just assume that all atheists are smug pricks and judge them before they even explain what their position is. it's unfortunate that you get lumped in with them. you should only be judged by the content of your position, as in all the nuance of it, not just by the fact that you're an atheist, which by itself doesn't say anything about your level of fedority/neckbeardedness. neckbeardism isn't exclusive to atheism.
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#138962 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
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#115800 - Let me try and rephrase my point here. I don't like …  [+] (5 new replies) 05/11/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#115801 - PopcornViking (05/11/2016) [-]
Himmler, Heydrich, and Eichmann were all worse
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#115802 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Himmler specifically I know was worse. Haven't heard much about the others. Göring was also especially radically, and arguably lost Germany the war.
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#115803 - PopcornViking (05/11/2016) [-]
Goring was in charge of the Luftwaffe

Heydrich was Himmler's right hand man who was equally insane
Eichmann worked under Heydrich and was in charge of the logistics of the Holocaust
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#115804 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
I'm aware of who Göring was. Hitler gave him quite a bit of autonomy and that led to many military blunders. But in terms of his personality, he was equally insane.

The leader of propaganda, Goebbels, wasn't much better.
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#115805 - PopcornViking (05/11/2016) [-]
Oh I know

Just In my opinion tier 1 is Himmler, Heydrich, and Eichmann
And tier 2 is Hitler, Goring, and Goebbels
#138954 - That's a rule of the internet in general in my opinion. When g…  [+] (14 new replies) 05/11/2016 on Religion Board 0
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#138955 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
it just occurred to me that only a small percentage of people are atheists,(in america at least) so just based on that, you wouldn't expect to encounter many militant atheists in public. the stereotype exists because a significant portion of these people harbor borderline-discriminatory anti-theistic beliefs, and they are very vocal online.
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#138956 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Well in America there's a growing number of people who consider themselves "nonreligious" but don't consider themselves actual atheists. I want to say that number is around 1/5th of the American population. With 3% and 4% of Americans being atheists and agnostics respectively.

So you believe that the majority of atheists are also anti-theists?
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#138957 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i thought it was like 1%, but a cursory search revealed that you are right.

i'm not sure, but i know it's a significant portion.
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#138958 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Well I can't prove that premise wrong, as I only have myself and my atheistic friends to go off of.
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#138959 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i'm just going off the sheer number of them on the internet. but obviously there's some selection bias there.
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#138960 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
I definitely can't deny that there is a large amount of them online. But you also have to recognize where you are on the internet and what communities you associate with. We have them in tons of cringe compilations here even.

And honestly I probably hate them more than you do.
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#138961 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
and also, the anti-theists are going to account for a disproportional number of atheistic comments on the internet, because they're the most passionate and involved in the discussion.

i think i feel more pity than hatred toward them. although people like caette often manage to bring my blood to a boil.
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#138964 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
What about Caette? Haven't seen him enough to form an opinion.
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#138966 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
caette consistently calls me a troll, and used to be quite fond of telling me to commit suicide. he's like super anti-theistic.
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#138968 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Sounds counter-productive. I know we disagree on a lot. But that's pretty extreme.
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#138969 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
he's of the "kill those who disagree" mindset, probably regarding things outside of religion as well. he's just a fundamentalist with poor emotional control
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#138963 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
That's also true. Like I personally grew tired of discussing religion for a time, as you might have noticed.

And I hate them because I'm looped in with them when people know I'm atheistic. I can't put that I'm atheist into a conversation either online or in person a lot of time without a Fedora/neckbeard comment. So I have that negative connotation with that position. It's like being a republican going into the Occupy Democrats facebook page and trying to have a civil conversation, it immediately devolves into "you're evil and blah blah blah ad hom" .

So their behavior directly effects my first impression.
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#138965 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i know that i, somewhat jokingly, said that the stereotype is accurate, but i don't think we should just assume that all atheists are smug pricks and judge them before they even explain what their position is. it's unfortunate that you get lumped in with them. you should only be judged by the content of your position, as in all the nuance of it, not just by the fact that you're an atheist, which by itself doesn't say anything about your level of fedority/neckbeardedness. neckbeardism isn't exclusive to atheism.
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#138962 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
on the internet in general
#138952 - Well no **** they're on the internet. You can find the worst p…  [+] (16 new replies) 05/11/2016 on Religion Board +1
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#138953 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i think most of them are too cowardly to espouse their hateful bs in real life.
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#138954 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
That's a rule of the internet in general in my opinion. When given anonymity or a buffer between people, people are more willing to go to extremes.

But that's still a possibility.
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#138955 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
it just occurred to me that only a small percentage of people are atheists,(in america at least) so just based on that, you wouldn't expect to encounter many militant atheists in public. the stereotype exists because a significant portion of these people harbor borderline-discriminatory anti-theistic beliefs, and they are very vocal online.
User avatar
#138956 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Well in America there's a growing number of people who consider themselves "nonreligious" but don't consider themselves actual atheists. I want to say that number is around 1/5th of the American population. With 3% and 4% of Americans being atheists and agnostics respectively.

So you believe that the majority of atheists are also anti-theists?
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#138957 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i thought it was like 1%, but a cursory search revealed that you are right.

i'm not sure, but i know it's a significant portion.
User avatar
#138958 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Well I can't prove that premise wrong, as I only have myself and my atheistic friends to go off of.
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#138959 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i'm just going off the sheer number of them on the internet. but obviously there's some selection bias there.
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#138960 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
I definitely can't deny that there is a large amount of them online. But you also have to recognize where you are on the internet and what communities you associate with. We have them in tons of cringe compilations here even.

And honestly I probably hate them more than you do.
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#138961 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
and also, the anti-theists are going to account for a disproportional number of atheistic comments on the internet, because they're the most passionate and involved in the discussion.

i think i feel more pity than hatred toward them. although people like caette often manage to bring my blood to a boil.
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#138964 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
What about Caette? Haven't seen him enough to form an opinion.
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#138966 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
caette consistently calls me a troll, and used to be quite fond of telling me to commit suicide. he's like super anti-theistic.
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#138968 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Sounds counter-productive. I know we disagree on a lot. But that's pretty extreme.
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#138969 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
he's of the "kill those who disagree" mindset, probably regarding things outside of religion as well. he's just a fundamentalist with poor emotional control
User avatar
#138963 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
That's also true. Like I personally grew tired of discussing religion for a time, as you might have noticed.

And I hate them because I'm looped in with them when people know I'm atheistic. I can't put that I'm atheist into a conversation either online or in person a lot of time without a Fedora/neckbeard comment. So I have that negative connotation with that position. It's like being a republican going into the Occupy Democrats facebook page and trying to have a civil conversation, it immediately devolves into "you're evil and blah blah blah ad hom" .

So their behavior directly effects my first impression.
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#138965 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i know that i, somewhat jokingly, said that the stereotype is accurate, but i don't think we should just assume that all atheists are smug pricks and judge them before they even explain what their position is. it's unfortunate that you get lumped in with them. you should only be judged by the content of your position, as in all the nuance of it, not just by the fact that you're an atheist, which by itself doesn't say anything about your level of fedority/neckbeardedness. neckbeardism isn't exclusive to atheism.
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#138962 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
on the internet in general
#138950 - I've never personally seen evidence for a substantial group of…  [+] (18 new replies) 05/11/2016 on Religion Board 0
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#138951 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
here they all are: reddit.com/r/atheism

and the absolute worst of the worst, the bottom rung, the dregs of humanity: reddit.com/r/antitheism.
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#138952 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Well no shit they're on the internet. You can find the worst people of any belief on the internet in their safe zone hugboxes where their beliefs are constantly circle jerked on to.

When I said "personally" I meant within my own experience in life. Granted that's not the best way to show that they're around in Force or not, but if they were more common, wouldn't I see them more? I've seen more people who've asked me to use their proper pronouns than people who are atheists that are vocally anti-religion.
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#138953 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i think most of them are too cowardly to espouse their hateful bs in real life.
User avatar
#138954 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
That's a rule of the internet in general in my opinion. When given anonymity or a buffer between people, people are more willing to go to extremes.

But that's still a possibility.
User avatar
#138955 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
it just occurred to me that only a small percentage of people are atheists,(in america at least) so just based on that, you wouldn't expect to encounter many militant atheists in public. the stereotype exists because a significant portion of these people harbor borderline-discriminatory anti-theistic beliefs, and they are very vocal online.
User avatar
#138956 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Well in America there's a growing number of people who consider themselves "nonreligious" but don't consider themselves actual atheists. I want to say that number is around 1/5th of the American population. With 3% and 4% of Americans being atheists and agnostics respectively.

So you believe that the majority of atheists are also anti-theists?
User avatar
#138957 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i thought it was like 1%, but a cursory search revealed that you are right.

i'm not sure, but i know it's a significant portion.
User avatar
#138958 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Well I can't prove that premise wrong, as I only have myself and my atheistic friends to go off of.
User avatar
#138959 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i'm just going off the sheer number of them on the internet. but obviously there's some selection bias there.
User avatar
#138960 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
I definitely can't deny that there is a large amount of them online. But you also have to recognize where you are on the internet and what communities you associate with. We have them in tons of cringe compilations here even.

And honestly I probably hate them more than you do.
User avatar
#138961 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
and also, the anti-theists are going to account for a disproportional number of atheistic comments on the internet, because they're the most passionate and involved in the discussion.

i think i feel more pity than hatred toward them. although people like caette often manage to bring my blood to a boil.
User avatar
#138964 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
What about Caette? Haven't seen him enough to form an opinion.
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#138966 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
caette consistently calls me a troll, and used to be quite fond of telling me to commit suicide. he's like super anti-theistic.
User avatar
#138968 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Sounds counter-productive. I know we disagree on a lot. But that's pretty extreme.
User avatar
#138969 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
he's of the "kill those who disagree" mindset, probably regarding things outside of religion as well. he's just a fundamentalist with poor emotional control
User avatar
#138963 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
That's also true. Like I personally grew tired of discussing religion for a time, as you might have noticed.

And I hate them because I'm looped in with them when people know I'm atheistic. I can't put that I'm atheist into a conversation either online or in person a lot of time without a Fedora/neckbeard comment. So I have that negative connotation with that position. It's like being a republican going into the Occupy Democrats facebook page and trying to have a civil conversation, it immediately devolves into "you're evil and blah blah blah ad hom" .

So their behavior directly effects my first impression.
User avatar
#138965 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
i know that i, somewhat jokingly, said that the stereotype is accurate, but i don't think we should just assume that all atheists are smug pricks and judge them before they even explain what their position is. it's unfortunate that you get lumped in with them. you should only be judged by the content of your position, as in all the nuance of it, not just by the fact that you're an atheist, which by itself doesn't say anything about your level of fedority/neckbeardedness. neckbeardism isn't exclusive to atheism.
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#138962 - zlane (05/11/2016) [-]
on the internet in general
#138949 - Also, fewer people per 100,000 are dying from war every year t… 05/11/2016 on Religion Board +2
#115795 - I don't like the term "evil" as it implies that ther…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/11/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#115799 - anon (05/11/2016) [-]
Hitler encouraged genocide, he was evil.
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#115800 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Let me try and rephrase my point here.

I don't like people claiming individuals as evil, not just Hitler, but any person. I don't like it because it takes away their humanity and makes them seem as just a pure force of bad that we had to fight. In reality Hitler was a human being, with human emotions, and dehumanizing him and the actions he ordered separates him from people's minds as a normal individual. Any person when put through the right conditions could become someone like Hitler, and that the separation between good and evil isn't always obvious. We should look at history with an objective view and learn from our mistakes, not with an emotional view and think "someone like Hitler could never rise up again to take power".
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#115801 - PopcornViking (05/11/2016) [-]
Himmler, Heydrich, and Eichmann were all worse
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#115802 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
Himmler specifically I know was worse. Haven't heard much about the others. Göring was also especially radically, and arguably lost Germany the war.
User avatar
#115803 - PopcornViking (05/11/2016) [-]
Goring was in charge of the Luftwaffe

Heydrich was Himmler's right hand man who was equally insane
Eichmann worked under Heydrich and was in charge of the logistics of the Holocaust
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#115804 - marinepenguin (05/11/2016) [-]
I'm aware of who Göring was. Hitler gave him quite a bit of autonomy and that led to many military blunders. But in terms of his personality, he was equally insane.

The leader of propaganda, Goebbels, wasn't much better.
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#115805 - PopcornViking (05/11/2016) [-]
Oh I know

Just In my opinion tier 1 is Himmler, Heydrich, and Eichmann
And tier 2 is Hitler, Goring, and Goebbels
#115791 - Germany wasn't the first nation to put aside land for nature p… 05/11/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#45375 - Bro just admit it's also because you like chocolate a lot.  [+] (2 new replies) 05/10/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45376 - asotil (05/10/2016) [-]
I don't

It's science

LRN2READ
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#45378 - cptmongtard (05/10/2016) [-]
Nobody gives a fuck that you have chocolate in your protein shake. You don't need to justify it
#115697 - Far left column is a vertical bingo scrublord 05/10/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#45359 - Gotcha, was just curious. I wasn't trying to pick apart your w…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/09/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
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#45360 - studbeefpile (05/09/2016) [-]
Yeah mayne I getchu
#45357 - So I'm trying to figure out the reasons for this setup, is the…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/09/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45358 - studbeefpile (05/09/2016) [-]
All the touch and go work was there mostly as a strength test, since I practically never bench touch and go.

I'm a big fan of the idea of Training Maxes, and the principle of always touching some moderately heavy weight each workout (but not grinders). This workout was admittedly a bit odd though.
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#45359 - marinepenguin (05/09/2016) [-]
Gotcha, was just curious. I wasn't trying to pick apart your workout or anything.
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#45360 - studbeefpile (05/09/2016) [-]
Yeah mayne I getchu
#45354 - That lifting format is so foreign to me.  [+] (5 new replies) 05/09/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45356 - studbeefpile (05/09/2016) [-]
Yeah, it was pretty minimalistic, mostly because I had to run off to work. Normally I include more variations, accessories, and overall volume.
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#45357 - marinepenguin (05/09/2016) [-]
So I'm trying to figure out the reasons for this setup, is the heavier first couple touch and go sets supposed to help get you set up for the longer single set at a lower weight?

And then you're just working up to some heavy paused singles after your main 3x5 paused work?

Personally I've never benched this much in a single workout. I usually have 3-5 sets at max and then move on to other movements, that may or may not be bench variations.
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#45358 - studbeefpile (05/09/2016) [-]
All the touch and go work was there mostly as a strength test, since I practically never bench touch and go.

I'm a big fan of the idea of Training Maxes, and the principle of always touching some moderately heavy weight each workout (but not grinders). This workout was admittedly a bit odd though.
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#45359 - marinepenguin (05/09/2016) [-]
Gotcha, was just curious. I wasn't trying to pick apart your workout or anything.
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#45360 - studbeefpile (05/09/2016) [-]
Yeah mayne I getchu
#115596 - First paragraph was mostly a joke, second paragraph was a legi…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/09/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#115599 - PopcornViking (05/09/2016) [-]
Its been said that the only reason the Russians were able to survive against the Germans for so long before they went on the offensive

Was that they were so conditioned to starving and suffering under Stalin's communist regime, especially in Ukraine and Belarus
In Stalingrad, Leningrad, and various places in Ukraine people even resorted to cannibalism as well as eating wallpaper.

Some people think that had a non-communist country been under siege during Barbarossa, it wouldve fallen, and the war wouldve gone very differently

Its very interesting how these things played out in history
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#115598 - unforgivensoul (05/09/2016) [-]
Oh yeah, I completely agree. But to be fair you can't compare the two because one was ready and trained, the other wasn't. If the Russians hadn't charged their men to their death, then the Nazis would have taken Moscow. That's the sad truth. one second deviation, my great grandfather was actually a tank commander in the Battle of Moscow
#115594 - Well that's what happens when you throw masses of man and meta…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/09/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#115595 - unforgivensoul (05/09/2016) [-]
>Well that's what happens when you throw masses of man and metal into a better trained and better equipped Force for the better part of 3 years over a several hundred mile front.

A) That's not even the biggest reason, Operation Barbarossa was a surprise attack. The USSR was literally not even prepared.
B) The nazis led what was basically equivalent to an extermination campaign against slavs (dont forget majority of deaths were civilian)
C) Nazis destroyed cities and cut of food supply to many places like St. Petersburg which led to the high losses from starvation

>I've heard that the Russian government doesn't treat their veterans very well either, any truth to this?

The Russian government doesn't treat anyone well, what makes you think its any different for veterans.
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#115596 - marinepenguin (05/09/2016) [-]
First paragraph was mostly a joke, second paragraph was a legitimate question.

The Eastern front during WW2 was obviously one of the most bloody places during world war two and rivalled the entirety of WW1 in terms of blood split. But Russia didn't have much strategy other than massed charges with cheap infantry and tanks, especially at the beginning of the war. Zhukov was a good general, but he rarely beat the Germans when they were on equal footing.

I'm not implying that the Soviets didn't deserve a victory and I'm not downplaying their role in the war.
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#115599 - PopcornViking (05/09/2016) [-]
Its been said that the only reason the Russians were able to survive against the Germans for so long before they went on the offensive

Was that they were so conditioned to starving and suffering under Stalin's communist regime, especially in Ukraine and Belarus
In Stalingrad, Leningrad, and various places in Ukraine people even resorted to cannibalism as well as eating wallpaper.

Some people think that had a non-communist country been under siege during Barbarossa, it wouldve fallen, and the war wouldve gone very differently

Its very interesting how these things played out in history
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#115598 - unforgivensoul (05/09/2016) [-]
Oh yeah, I completely agree. But to be fair you can't compare the two because one was ready and trained, the other wasn't. If the Russians hadn't charged their men to their death, then the Nazis would have taken Moscow. That's the sad truth. one second deviation, my great grandfather was actually a tank commander in the Battle of Moscow
#115587 - So Israel would invade its Muslim neighbors and try to extermi… 05/09/2016 on Politics - politics news,... +4
#45321 - You keep going back to, straps = weak grip, for some reason.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
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#45323 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Not inevitably, but I don't seem them as necessary.
#45319 - Well as far as I know you've never even used them for a consis…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45320 - studbeefpile (05/08/2016) [-]
Exactly, and now my grip is

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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.
#45313 - So you're saying there's a chance....  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45322 - dudewtflolpoo (05/08/2016) [-]
With enough steroids.... Anything is possible..
#45309 - No, I have no idea. I can honestly barely see any sort of red marks.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45310 - darealsnooki (05/08/2016) [-]
Well, it's more purple than red now that I look at it more.
#45305 - That's annoying, I hate using different bars all the time. I c…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
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#45306 - Draigor (05/08/2016) [-]
Yea, I feel ya on the grip width. Had to break out the tape measure to make sure I would be using the same width at the gym back home.
#45303 - Sugars aren't necessarily bad, carbs when broken down by the b…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45312 - swaggerfiend (05/08/2016) [-]
I remember reading something about added sugars in particular in a fitness book my brother owns. Something about it spiking your insulin level when you should be keeping it stable.
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#45301 - Having the body Bradley Martyn would be a dream come true. I'd…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#45311 - dudewtflolpoo (05/08/2016) [-]
He's atleast got 10+ years of Bodybuilding and powerlifting under his belt with ATLEAST 4 years of steroids. Probably Tren.
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#45313 - marinepenguin (05/08/2016) [-]
So you're saying there's a chance....
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#45322 - dudewtflolpoo (05/08/2016) [-]
With enough steroids.... Anything is possible..
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#572 - shekelnator (02/29/2016) [+] (2 replies)
stickied by marinepenguin
***** **** you stick this **** before i stick in your ass something else.
#573 to #572 - marinepenguin (03/01/2016) [-]
Yes sir!
#574 to #573 - shekelnator (03/01/2016) [-]
tyvm u da best fam
#601 - studbeefpile (17 hours ago) [-]
loooool now that dude is talking about getting on gear. He's like le al, if le al at least tried a little bit to lift.
#602 to #601 - marinepenguin (17 hours ago) [-]
From the sound of it, he's already on dbol.

Which is pretty sad.
#603 to #602 - studbeefpile (17 hours ago) [-]
The kid is a ******* dumbass. What's really sad is that none of us can dissuade him from it. He's gonna go into it thinking it's the fast track to success, and probably just **** his **** up. RIP in peace, jackass, we hardly knew thee.
#604 to #603 - marinepenguin (17 hours ago) [-]
Yeah a person who is late teens, early 20s shouldn't be on any sort of gear anyways unless you have low test and need trt. A healthy person will have incredibly high test at that age and taking gear on top of that can royally **** someone up. He's gonna **** himself and end up being on test boosters the rest of his life, at the best case scenario.
#599 - studbeefpile (04/28/2016) [-]
I just feel like you'd appreciate having this picture.
#594 - marinepenguin (04/19/2016) [-]
11/4/14
#595 to #594 - marinepenguin (04/19/2016) [-]
12/10/14
#596 to #595 - marinepenguin (04/19/2016) [-]
Around December of 2015
#598 to #596 - studbeefpile (04/28/2016) [-]
best you've looked imo
#600 to #598 - marinepenguin (04/30/2016) [-]
I'll be back to that size soon I'm sure. Hopefully leaner too.
#597 to #596 - marinepenguin (04/19/2016) [-]
April 2016
#589 - the one and only (04/15/2016) [-]
You the one that does weighted pull ups?
#590 to #589 - marinepenguin (04/15/2016) [-]
Yes
#591 to #590 - the one and only (04/16/2016) [-]
How heavy can you pull?

I only started 3 weeks ago and took it slow, im able to do pull ups for 5 with 12 kg (25lbs) and ive learnt to love them.

Im nearly halfway to what i want, being able to do 40% my body weight, 30kg (65 lbs)
#592 to #591 - marinepenguin (04/16/2016) [-]
The heaviest I pulled was 100 pounds. I was usually doing 40-50 pounds for several sets of 8-12.
#593 to #592 - the one and only (04/17/2016) [-]
Thats still amazing, you barely see people do waited pull ups, its like 1% of the people in gyms who do it. Im aiming to hopefully do 65 lbs for 3 sets of 10 by my birthday.
#586 - the one and only (04/02/2016) [-]
If youre doing deadlift and squats on the same day do you think its better to do squats first or deadlifts?
#587 to #586 - marinepenguin (04/02/2016) [-]
Depends on what I'm emphasizing. I have a day for both, so if I'm on my squat day I'll start off with squats and then do a deadlift variation like deficit deadlifts. If its my deadlift day I'll do pause squats, or box squats or something similar to supplement my regular squat.
#588 to #587 - the one and only (04/03/2016) [-]
Alright, i never do something as elaborate as that, i think ill just start with deadlifts to get the heaviest out of the way
#584 - studbeefpile (03/29/2016) [-]
Goodness gracious. Is that guy even literally retarded.
#585 to #584 - marinepenguin (03/29/2016) [-]
Yeah he's... something
#578 - Sewallman (03/22/2016) [-]
How many calories should I surplus to get bulk while trying to tone at the same time?

I was thinking around 250, but that'll add a slow mass gain, probably only around pound of mass a week.
#579 to #578 - marinepenguin (03/22/2016) [-]
That's perfect. A pound of weight gain a week will be perfect for a lean bulk. It's more than you think too.
#580 to #579 - Sewallman (03/22/2016) [-]
How many calories total should I take in daily then? I'm 21 and currently weigh 145.
#581 to #580 - marinepenguin (03/22/2016) [-]
250 extra is fine.
#582 to #581 - Sewallman (03/22/2016) [-]
How many total though? D:
#583 to #582 - marinepenguin (03/22/2016) [-]
Try 2200 first. Then adjust based upon how your body reacts.
#575 - Sewallman (03/08/2016) [-]
You a mod yet?

Check these trips
#577 to #575 - marinepenguin (03/08/2016) [-]
Nah, but I'm contact with mods now, so if I ever needed to report something I'd just have to talk to them. It's good enough for me.
#576 to #575 - Sewallman (03/08/2016) [-]
How rude.
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#570 to #569 - marinepenguin (02/26/2016) [-]
I'd be willing to be a mod. I'd flex for you guys all day.
#571 to #570 - posttwo (02/26/2016) [-]
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