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#8 - Doesn't he look like jamie lanister?  [+] (1 new reply) 06/12/2016 on Shrek 3 was shit +2
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#17 - Kasura (06/12/2016) [-]
I think they were kind of going for the "prince charming" idea when they cast Jamie, so it's probably not a coincidence.
#3 - The worst part was if you bumped the hammer it would fire, mea…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/02/2016 on duel +5
#12 - lean (06/02/2016) [-]
that's why they tied them down.
#9 - ?????????? 05/24/2016 on cig cig 0
#36 - sure you can cut my head off but you can't ******* the princess 05/23/2016 on A Very Large Knight Comp. +2
#9 - Damn fine comp 05/20/2016 on in the 41st millennium... +6
#7 - Yeah but the church has a sort of chance of helping you.  [+] (9 new replies) 05/13/2016 on The Priesthood of Feminism +224
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#65 - Firefrenzy (05/13/2016) [-]
they really do. When my dad had to get a kidney transplant due to kidney disease they donated money to help pay bills.
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#69 - ShoMinimamoto (05/13/2016) [-]
That's really nice actually and warms my cold fucking heart a little. Hope he's ok bruv
#49 - Enobrin (05/13/2016) [-]
You spelled "molesting" wrong.
#51 - arrrbie (05/13/2016) [-]
#13 - numbmind (05/13/2016) [-]
**numbmind used "*roll picture*"**
**numbmind rolled image**I have been given free food from a church food bank years ago when i was going though a tough time, lets see a feminazi do that...
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#8 - needsauceadmisblan (05/13/2016) [-]
its the church they actually do help people from what i know. hell ive even helped my church rebuild a park or two.
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#18 - haroldsaxon (05/13/2016) [-]
Can confirm. At least for some parts of it. Local priest is one of the best persons I've met; he indiscriminately helps, even saves, lives.


I'm not Christian so I don't have that bias here.
#27 - anon (05/13/2016) [-]
Why's a bible like a penis they both get shoved down your throat by a priest . Sorry
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#43 - Is is not a stimulant, but I am right about what alchohol does…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/07/2016 on Drunk goggles -9
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#76 - lean (05/09/2016) [-]
pool, bowling, shooting sports, racing sports, and darts are all examples of where it would be extremely beneficial to be relaxed and confident while you play don't you think?
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#57 - medexplain (05/07/2016) [-]
You're wrong, actually. Alcohol has many different effects that happen at different "doses." There is a point at which you can have some of the beneficial effects listed without the mental status negatives. However this is at low doses. If you feel even the faintest of buzzes you're already past that point.

It isn't practical to try to use it for these purposes, since choosing a proper initial dose and then maintaining the proper blood level is essentially impossible. You can't do it by feel since if you can feel it you've gone too far. You can't do it by math because it will depend on too many different factors such as your weight, what you've eaten, tolerance, etc etc etc.
#39 - oops I was really tired when I wrote that. It does not enhance…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/07/2016 on Drunk goggles -23
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#75 - lean (05/09/2016) [-]
You know that muscle relaxants and shit are banned in pro sports right? You cannot drink or be inebriated for games either........ because it is listed as a performance enhancing drug.
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#41 - butteryweiner (05/07/2016) [-]
Being wrong and saying "you ll just red thumb me" doesn't make you right.
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#43 - theimmortalemperor (05/07/2016) [-]
Is is not a stimulant, but I am right about what alchohol does to performance, it actively suppresses brain function which is makes it utterly impossible for it to enhance your performance. If you can feel the effects that means that it is actively dulling your brain lowering reaction times. It also reduces the amount of sugar available in your blood when you exercise further lowering you athletic ability. athletes wouldn't drink to perform better and the idea that a little bit of alcohol is at any level a performance rnhancer is totally wrong.
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#76 - lean (05/09/2016) [-]
pool, bowling, shooting sports, racing sports, and darts are all examples of where it would be extremely beneficial to be relaxed and confident while you play don't you think?
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#57 - medexplain (05/07/2016) [-]
You're wrong, actually. Alcohol has many different effects that happen at different "doses." There is a point at which you can have some of the beneficial effects listed without the mental status negatives. However this is at low doses. If you feel even the faintest of buzzes you're already past that point.

It isn't practical to try to use it for these purposes, since choosing a proper initial dose and then maintaining the proper blood level is essentially impossible. You can't do it by feel since if you can feel it you've gone too far. You can't do it by math because it will depend on too many different factors such as your weight, what you've eaten, tolerance, etc etc etc.
#8 - that entire second paragraph is outlining a stimulant  [+] (12 new replies) 05/06/2016 on Drunk goggles -90
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#29 - aquaekk (05/07/2016) [-]
retards like you who think they know things should just shh and read
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#28 - neokun (05/07/2016) [-]
Outlining a depressant if anything.
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#27 - empirennn (05/07/2016) [-]
Do you not know what a stimulant is?
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#10 - lolollo (05/06/2016) [-]
The second paragraph describes the exact opposite of a stimulant...
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#9 - catchphrase (05/06/2016) [-]
He said, "It calms nerves, dilates blood vessels, lowers heart rate, and relaxes muscles in small doses". A stimulant is literally the opposite of what he's describing. All he's doing is naming some of the good effects of depressants in small doses.
#39 - theimmortalemperor (05/07/2016) [-]
oops I was really tired when I wrote that. It does not enhance performance though, at any level that part is BS. The lowering heart rate and dilating blood vessels IS true, but the effect is achieved due to the body thinking it is losing oxygen since alchohol interferes with metabolic processes.

TLDR you may think it enhances performance but thats just a combination of drinking and thinking that it actually does
go ahead and red thumb those above I go down with my fucking ship
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#75 - lean (05/09/2016) [-]
You know that muscle relaxants and shit are banned in pro sports right? You cannot drink or be inebriated for games either........ because it is listed as a performance enhancing drug.
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#41 - butteryweiner (05/07/2016) [-]
Being wrong and saying "you ll just red thumb me" doesn't make you right.
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#43 - theimmortalemperor (05/07/2016) [-]
Is is not a stimulant, but I am right about what alchohol does to performance, it actively suppresses brain function which is makes it utterly impossible for it to enhance your performance. If you can feel the effects that means that it is actively dulling your brain lowering reaction times. It also reduces the amount of sugar available in your blood when you exercise further lowering you athletic ability. athletes wouldn't drink to perform better and the idea that a little bit of alcohol is at any level a performance rnhancer is totally wrong.
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#76 - lean (05/09/2016) [-]
pool, bowling, shooting sports, racing sports, and darts are all examples of where it would be extremely beneficial to be relaxed and confident while you play don't you think?
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#57 - medexplain (05/07/2016) [-]
You're wrong, actually. Alcohol has many different effects that happen at different "doses." There is a point at which you can have some of the beneficial effects listed without the mental status negatives. However this is at low doses. If you feel even the faintest of buzzes you're already past that point.

It isn't practical to try to use it for these purposes, since choosing a proper initial dose and then maintaining the proper blood level is essentially impossible. You can't do it by feel since if you can feel it you've gone too far. You can't do it by math because it will depend on too many different factors such as your weight, what you've eaten, tolerance, etc etc etc.
#6 - what? alchohol is at no point a stimulant  [+] (18 new replies) 05/06/2016 on Drunk goggles -95
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#26 - hurpfry (05/06/2016) [-]
CALMS nerves, DIALATES blood vessels, LOWERS heart rate
Do you know what a stimulant is?
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#24 - knarlyfish (05/06/2016) [-]
Did you get someone to type this for you? Because you clearly cannot read.
#22 - anon (05/06/2016) [-]
Ah, I forgot that stimulants calm nerves and relax muscles instead of, I dunno, stimulating them
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#11 - lean (05/06/2016) [-]
Stimulants increase your heart rate and BP and usually have some sort norepinephrine and dopamine release. There are just as many performance enhancing uppers as downers.
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#7 - catchphrase (05/06/2016) [-]
At what point did he say it was a stimulant
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#8 - theimmortalemperor (05/06/2016) [-]
that entire second paragraph is outlining a stimulant
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#29 - aquaekk (05/07/2016) [-]
retards like you who think they know things should just shh and read
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#28 - neokun (05/07/2016) [-]
Outlining a depressant if anything.
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#27 - empirennn (05/07/2016) [-]
Do you not know what a stimulant is?
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#10 - lolollo (05/06/2016) [-]
The second paragraph describes the exact opposite of a stimulant...
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#9 - catchphrase (05/06/2016) [-]
He said, "It calms nerves, dilates blood vessels, lowers heart rate, and relaxes muscles in small doses". A stimulant is literally the opposite of what he's describing. All he's doing is naming some of the good effects of depressants in small doses.
#39 - theimmortalemperor (05/07/2016) [-]
oops I was really tired when I wrote that. It does not enhance performance though, at any level that part is BS. The lowering heart rate and dilating blood vessels IS true, but the effect is achieved due to the body thinking it is losing oxygen since alchohol interferes with metabolic processes.

TLDR you may think it enhances performance but thats just a combination of drinking and thinking that it actually does
go ahead and red thumb those above I go down with my fucking ship
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#75 - lean (05/09/2016) [-]
You know that muscle relaxants and shit are banned in pro sports right? You cannot drink or be inebriated for games either........ because it is listed as a performance enhancing drug.
User avatar
#41 - butteryweiner (05/07/2016) [-]
Being wrong and saying "you ll just red thumb me" doesn't make you right.
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#43 - theimmortalemperor (05/07/2016) [-]
Is is not a stimulant, but I am right about what alchohol does to performance, it actively suppresses brain function which is makes it utterly impossible for it to enhance your performance. If you can feel the effects that means that it is actively dulling your brain lowering reaction times. It also reduces the amount of sugar available in your blood when you exercise further lowering you athletic ability. athletes wouldn't drink to perform better and the idea that a little bit of alcohol is at any level a performance rnhancer is totally wrong.
User avatar
#76 - lean (05/09/2016) [-]
pool, bowling, shooting sports, racing sports, and darts are all examples of where it would be extremely beneficial to be relaxed and confident while you play don't you think?
User avatar
#57 - medexplain (05/07/2016) [-]
You're wrong, actually. Alcohol has many different effects that happen at different "doses." There is a point at which you can have some of the beneficial effects listed without the mental status negatives. However this is at low doses. If you feel even the faintest of buzzes you're already past that point.

It isn't practical to try to use it for these purposes, since choosing a proper initial dose and then maintaining the proper blood level is essentially impossible. You can't do it by feel since if you can feel it you've gone too far. You can't do it by math because it will depend on too many different factors such as your weight, what you've eaten, tolerance, etc etc etc.
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