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Moros

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  1. I pretty much agree. I seem to remember book 5/6 getting more interesting, but that might be a hallucination. Pro-tip: do not torture someone you think might be destined to save the world. That is all...
  2. Ms. Moros is a big WOT fan, and she said that the Brandon Sanderson books at the end were quite good, and wrapped things up in a satisfying way. I got to about the 7th book of the series before it broke me. LOTR by comparison seems a lot easier to read, but everyone is different. I shudder to think of the WOT books as a movie, or even a TV series...
  3. This sounds amazing! I'm glad you got to participate in something so awesome...
  4. I think you may have meant that in a different way then some other people might think
  5. Hey, thanks for the link. I know several people who could benefit from this video - including me
  6. 1. This is a beautiful statement. 2. It might be really great to print that out in large letters, and put it somewhere in your home where you can see it every day.
  7. That is pretty wild - but should save some energy (I think). Of course, with the way AI is going, this could become a thing:
  8. Following! The crow progression is really awesome.
  9. Following again for the never-ending awesome story...
  10. Following... Having other people do the heavy lifting is really nice - that leaves time to do box arrangement in the new place: Boo! That's unprintably lame. The damage to the lock would drive me nuts, personally. I hope nothing else happens.
  11. 1. You did some working out, which is good. 2. You drank water, which is good. 3. You are doing some reading, which is also good. 4. You have yet to even do the Capt. America bicep flip, which is both awesome, and hilarious: I hope you keep feeling better!
  12. Your tenacity is almost at human maximum! Happy Belated Birthday!
  13. If I had such a thing, I would drop the weights into the Jacuzzi, and either 1) rust out the weights, or 2) destroy the Jacuzzi...
  14. You are getting some good momentum on your challenge. Well done!
  15. Hi - I'm glad to hear that you are feeling better! A few months ago, I saw this video with Chris Evans that might be helpful for you. Your mileage may vary, of course:
  16. Days 3 - 9. Blech So, although I had a lot of fun over the weekend gaming, my NF exercise/food game was not great. There was a lot of (redacted) stuff involving family that I don't want to go into here. It kind of disrupted me in general, and I did not get a lot of sleep. On Tuesday, I woke up at 3am, and could not get back to sleep. As I already mentioned, I did some rebelling against logging my food, which I think is a symptom of my 12-year old boy having a temper tantrum. I need to keep reflecting on that - I think Elastigirl is right - I have stated rules and "unstated rules" The unstated rules lead to a lot of resentment, and they sabotage the "stated rules." I am a ranger. Only a dead legionary gives up. But, I need to gain some insight and wisdom about how to do better. Just beating my head against the wall will not work. Exercise points: 60/178 Food points: 37/214
  17. One of the fun things about Sentinels is that every hero works differently. One of the confusing things is that every hero works differently I have found that I have to really play one hero at least 2-3 times before I "get" them.
  18. Quick Update - Much Rain, Much Gaming, New omi-phone So, my area had some major rains, and some minor floods. We ourselves were very fortunate, but other friends have had their basements flood to the depth of several inches. So, I've been doing my challenge, but there is a lot of driving around. We also celebrated Tabletop Gaming day with an event for our friends, and the next day we played Sentinels of the Multiverse - Oblivaeon: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/192926/sentinels-multiverse-oblivaeon The game is a wee bit complex: We won in the end, but it was an epic six hour battle, and so we finished around 11pm on Sunday. So, Monday, Ms. Moros and I were exhausted. I also finally upgraded my phone (I had an iPhone 5s), to a free iphoneXr. I had to change my phone number, so I spend a decent amount of time changing things on many websites, and texting all of my friends, so that they new I was not a Cylon or a telemarketer. I'll catch up on my points reporting later today.
  19. Zero Week and Days 1-2 So Zero week was not great - I had a bit of a temper tantrum with logging my food. It's very apparent to me that there is a 12-year old boy running a lot of my food thinking. Sigh. Well, that's one of the reasons I am getting help. Memorial Day was quiet for me and Ms. Moros. Mostly doing stuff around the house, and doing some food prep. The food prep felt good, since it's been a while since we were this organized. Tuesday, I missed my morning walk, but was able to make it up later on in the day. Tuesday night, we went to a Roll Model class, which is really good, since we are still pretty clueless about the subtle details of the Roll Model moves: We learned a lot more, including how you can use the ball + wall to make the pressure more or less: Note - this is Jill Miller (inventor of the Roll Model). Ms. Moros is much hotter than this Food Points: 11/107 Exercise Points: 12/89
  20. You are still here. You will win through in the end. Like everybody else, I am really happy to see you back.
  21. They both go outside - it's cool...
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