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Today's premieres and other notes (Thursday, Oct. 4)
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Robin Miller
2018-10-04 18:30:22 UTC
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Creeped Out [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)

A masked figure known as "The Curious" collects tales of dark magic,
otherworldly encounters and twisted technology in this kids anthology
series.

https://www.netflix.com/title/80214792



SuperMansion (season 3 fall premiere) (3:01 am, Crackle)



https://www.sonycrackle.com/supermansion



Star Trek: Short Treks (miniseries) (3:01 am, CBS All
Access

Star Trek: Discovery spinoff consists of four short (sub-15 minute)
episodes each centering on a minor character from the main series.
They'll appear once per month through January.






Superstore (season 4 premiere) (8 pm, NBC)



Man at Arms: Art of War (season 2 premiere) (8 pm, El Rey)



This Old House (season 17 premiere) (8 pm, PBS)



The Good Place (time slot premiere) (8:30 pm, NBC)



Station 19 (season 2 premiere) (9 pm, ABC)

A firefighter (Boris Kodjoe) returning back to the job after a long
absence joins the Station 19 crew; also expect to see doctors from
“Grey’s Anatomy” cross over in the second season of the drama series.



Will & Grace (season 10 premiere) (9 pm, NBC)



The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead (season 3 premiere)
(9 pm, Investigation Discovery)



I Feel Bad (time slot premiere) (9:30 pm, NBC)

This Amy Poehler-produced comedy is based on a book by Orli Auslander.
Sarayu Blue (No Tomorrow) stars as an imperfect mom, boss, wife, friend,
and daughter. Paul Adelstein, Johnny Pemberton, James Buckley, Zach
Cherry, and Aisling Bea also star. This is the second episode; the first
and third were shown on Sept. 19 in a sneak peek.



https://www.metacritic.com/tv/i-feel-bad [Metacritic score 55]



Law & Order: SVU (time slot premiere) (10 pm, NBC)



Late Nite Eats (season 2 premiere) (10 pm, Cooking
Channel)




Tomorrow's advance notes:


Streaming:


Big Mouth (complete season 2) (3:01 am, Netflix)

Teenage friends find their lives upended by the wonders and horrors of
puberty in this edgy animated comedy from real-life pals Nick Kroll and
Andrew Goldberg.

https://www.metacritic.com/tv/big-mouth/season-2



https://www.netflix.com/title/80117038



Dancing Queen [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)

Snatching trophies. Getting gorgeous. Turning it up. Alyssa Edwards
rules the dance studio by day -- and the drag world by night.



https://www.netflix.com/title/80198511



Elite [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)

When three working-class teens enroll in an exclusive private school in
Spain, the clash between them and the wealthy students leads to murder.
Spanish-language show.



https://www.netflix.com/title/80200942



Empire Games [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)

Interviews with scholars and dramatic reenactments bring to life the
origins and history-making achievements of the world's greatest ancient
empires.

https://www.netflix.com/title/80240840



Little Things (complete season 2) (3:01 am, Netflix)

A cohabiting couple in their 20s navigate the ups and downs of work,
modern-day relationships and finding themselves in contemporary Mumbai.
Subtitled.

https://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/web-series/little-things-netflix-second-season-5273491/



https://www.netflix.com/title/81011159



Lost Song [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)

War looms over the kingdom of Neunatia, where two young women are both
burdened and blessed by the power of song. Anime.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Song_(TV_series)

https://www.netflix.com/title/80191369



YG Future Strategy Office [new; complete season 1]
(3:01 am, Netflix)

K-pop star Seungri, BIGBANG's youngest member, tries to lead a team of
bumbling staff at YG's Future Strategy Office in this mockumentary
sitcom. Korean series.



https://www.netflix.com/title/80220650



Super Monsters (complete season 2) (3:01 am, Netflix)

Preschool kids whose parents are the world's most famous monsters try to
master their special powers while preparing for kindergarten. Animated
children's show.

https://www.netflix.com/title/80124711



Malevolent (movie) (3:01 am, Netflix)

Brother and sister team Angela (Florence Pugh) and Jackson (Ben
Lloyd-Hughes) are nothing more than scam artists. Preying on the grief
stricken and the vulnerable, they convince the bereaved that Angela has
the ability to contact the dead. It's a simple con, until Mrs. Green
(Celia Imrie) summons the pair to her home -- the orphanage that was
once stage to a string of murders of young girls -- and Angela grows
less and less certain of what's actually real. The fake paranormal
investigators suffer the ultimate reality check when they are confronted
by the true horrors and terrifying past that lie hidden within the
haunted orphanage.



https://www.netflix.com/title/80242081



Private Life (movie) (3:01 am, Netflix)

This Netflix original (which also opens in a few theaters today) stars
Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti as a couple who have invested a great
deal of money and effort in getting pregnant, to no avail—until they
stumble into a potential, if unusual, solution in the form of their
visiting step-niece. The film comes from writer-director Tamara Jenkins
(The Savages) and it received strong reviews at its Sundance debut
earlier this year.

https://www.metacritic.com/movie/private-life [Metacritic score 82]



https://www.netflix.com/title/80168222



Super Monsters Save Halloween (movie) (3:01 am, Netflix)

24-minute animated short for kids.

https://www.netflix.com/title/80999063




The Man in the High Castle (complete season 3) (3:01
am, Amazon Prime Video)

New cast members for this belated third season of the Amazon original
include Jason O'Mara and William Forsythe. Renewed for season 4.

https://www.metacritic.com/tv/the-man-in-the-high-castle/season-3



https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IS2OQ56/




Into the Dark [new] (3:01 am, Hulu)

Blumhouse-produced horror anthology series will air monthly for a full
year. The first Friday of each month will bring a new episode themed
around a holiday occurring that month, beginning with today's Halloween
episode, "The Body," which centers on a cynical hitman who finds the
holiday interfering with his work.






Broadcast and Cable:


The Art of Murder (movie) (8 pm, LMN)

When art gallery assistant Kate Miller meets the heir to a run-down
estate, she stumbles upon a previously undiscovered masterpiece, and
finds herself thrust into the high-stakes auction world of priceless
art. But those high-stakes turn deadly when the painting's integrity and
authenticity come into question. Kate and the gallery soon discover
they're caught in the middle of a million-dollar conspiracy. As the
auction date closes in Kate finds herself in mortal danger when a
desperate stalker will stop at nothing to keep the truth from coming to
light. Alexxis Lemire, Jordi Vilasuso, Stephan Graybill, Mira Furlan,
and Brad Greenquist star. Not on IMDb.

https://www.mylifetime.com/movies/the-art-of-murder



Fresh Off the Boat (season 5 premiere) (8 pm, ABC)



I Am Frankie (season 2 finale) (8 pm, Nickelodeon)



Masters of Illusion (season 8 finale) (8 pm, CW)



Speechless (season 3 premiere) (8:30 pm, ABC)



Child Support (season 2 premiere) (9 pm, ABC)



Irreconcilable Differences [new] (9 pm, Reelz)

Breaking up is hard to do for any couple but for Hollywood's biggest
stars there is more at stake than just a broken heart. The end of a
relationship for celebrities can mean huge scandals, vicious custody
battles, libelous accusations that can tarnish a career and financial
ruin. Irreconcilable Differences covers the contentious splits between
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, Bruce Jenner and Kris Kardashian, Alec
Baldwin and Kim Basinger, Hulk and Linda Hogan, Charlie Sheen and Denise
Richards, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, Madonna and Sean
Penn, Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and
Roseanne and Tom Arnold. With insightful commentary from legal,
relationship, crisis management and entertainment experts, each
hour-long episode chronicles the affairs, abuse and addictions that
poisoned the headline-grabbing marriages and will uncover every step of
each ugly uncoupling as family, friends and fans are forced to take sides.



Van Helsing (season 3 premiere) (9 pm, Syfy)



Z Nation (season 5 premiere) (10 pm, Syfy)



The Graham Norton Show (season 24 premiere) (11 pm,
BBC America)



Unprotected Sets [new] (11 pm, Epix)

Takes "a raw, unfiltered look at stand up through the eyes of the
funniest up and coming comedians from across the country."



Animals (season 3 finale) (11:30 pm, HBO)


--Robin
Adam H. Kerman
2018-10-04 18:41:05 UTC
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Man at Arms: Art of War (season 2 premiere) (8 pm, El Rey)
The HehyphenMan character spun off?
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Fresh Off the Boat (season 5 premiere) (8 pm, ABC)
I'll say "Yay", hoping it'll be funny.
Ian J. Ball
2018-10-04 19:04:11 UTC
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Elite [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
When three working-class teens enroll in an exclusive private school in
Spain, the clash between them and the wealthy students leads to murder.
Spanish-language show.
You know, if this were British rather than Spanish, I would have
watched it... ;p
Post by Robin Miller
Malevolent (movie) (3:01 am, Netflix)
Brother and sister team Angela (Florence Pugh) and Jackson (Ben
Lloyd-Hughes) are nothing more than scam artists. Preying on the grief
stricken and the vulnerable, they convince the bereaved that Angela has
the ability to contact the dead. It's a simple con, until Mrs. Green
(Celia Imrie) summons the pair to her home -- the orphanage that was
once stage to a string of murders of young girls -- and Angela grows
less and less certain of what's actually real. The fake paranormal
investigators suffer the ultimate reality check when they are
confronted by the true horrors and terrifying past that lie hidden
within the haunted orphanage.
Maybe?...
Post by Robin Miller
The Art of Murder (movie) (8 pm, LMN)
When art gallery assistant Kate Miller meets the heir to a run-down
estate, she stumbles upon a previously undiscovered masterpiece, and
finds herself thrust into the high-stakes auction world of priceless
art. But those high-stakes turn deadly when the painting's integrity
and authenticity come into question. Kate and the gallery soon discover
they're caught in the middle of a million-dollar conspiracy. As the
auction date closes in Kate finds herself in mortal danger when a
desperate stalker will stop at nothing to keep the truth from coming to
light. Alexxis Lemire, Jordi Vilasuso, Stephan Graybill, Mira Furlan,
and Brad Greenquist star. Not on IMDb.
Meh... :(
Post by Robin Miller
I Am Frankie (season 2 finale) (8 pm, Nickelodeon)
Actually, last minute scheduling change:

Nick is running the penultimate episode AND the season finale TONIGHT,
not Friday.
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Van Helsing (season 3 premiere) (9 pm, Syfy)
--Robin
Looking forward to it. :)
--
"Three light sabers? Is that overkill? Or just the right amount
of "kill"?" - M-OC, "A Perilous Rescue" (ep. #2.9), LSW:TFA (08-10-2017)
anim8rfsk
2018-10-04 19:19:20 UTC
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Elite [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
When three working-class teens enroll in an exclusive private school in
Spain, the clash between them and the wealthy students leads to murder.
Spanish-language show.
You know, if this were British rather than Spanish, I would have
watched it... ;p
Malevolent (movie) (3:01 am, Netflix)
Brother and sister team Angela (Florence Pugh) and Jackson (Ben
Lloyd-Hughes) are nothing more than scam artists. Preying on the grief
stricken and the vulnerable, they convince the bereaved that Angela has
the ability to contact the dead. It's a simple con, until Mrs. Green
(Celia Imrie) summons the pair to her home -- the orphanage that was
once stage to a string of murders of young girls -- and Angela grows
less and less certain of what's actually real. The fake paranormal
investigators suffer the ultimate reality check when they are
confronted by the true horrors and terrifying past that lie hidden
within the haunted orphanage.
Maybe?...
The Art of Murder (movie) (8 pm, LMN)
When art gallery assistant Kate Miller meets the heir to a run-down
estate, she stumbles upon a previously undiscovered masterpiece, and
finds herself thrust into the high-stakes auction world of priceless
art. But those high-stakes turn deadly when the painting's integrity
and authenticity come into question. Kate and the gallery soon discover
they're caught in the middle of a million-dollar conspiracy. As the
auction date closes in Kate finds herself in mortal danger when a
desperate stalker will stop at nothing to keep the truth from coming to
light. Alexxis Lemire, Jordi Vilasuso, Stephan Graybill, Mira Furlan,
and Brad Greenquist star. Not on IMDb.
Meh... :(
I Am Frankie (season 2 finale) (8 pm, Nickelodeon)
Nick is running the penultimate episode AND the season finale TONIGHT,
not Friday.
Van Helsing (season 3 premiere) (9 pm, Syfy)
--Robin
Looking forward to it. :)
As I am my ice cream.
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Robin Miller
2018-10-04 20:17:28 UTC
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Malevolent          (movie)          (3:01 am, Netflix)
Brother and sister team Angela (Florence Pugh) and Jackson (Ben
Lloyd-Hughes) are nothing more than scam artists. Preying on the grief
stricken and the vulnerable, they convince the bereaved that Angela
has the ability to contact the dead. It's a simple con, until Mrs.
Green (Celia Imrie) summons the pair to her home -- the orphanage that
was once stage to a string of murders of young girls -- and Angela
grows less and less certain of what's actually real. The fake
paranormal investigators suffer the ultimate reality check when they
are confronted by the true horrors and terrifying past that lie hidden
within the haunted orphanage.
Maybe?...
I'll put it on my own list as a maybe...
Post by Ian J. Ball
I Am Frankie         (season 2 finale)          (8 pm, Nickelodeon)
Nick is running the penultimate episode AND the season finale TONIGHT,
not Friday.
Thanks!

--Robin
anim8rfsk
2018-10-04 19:17:49 UTC
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Creeped Out [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
A masked figure known as "The Curious" collects tales of dark magic,
otherworldly encounters and twisted technology in this kids anthology
series.
https://www.netflix.com/title/80214792
The Peach wants to check that out; thanks!
Big Mouth (complete season 2) (3:01 am, Netflix)
Teenage friends find their lives upended by the wonders and horrors of
puberty in this edgy animated comedy from real-life pals Nick Kroll and
Andrew Goldberg.
https://www.metacritic.com/tv/big-mouth/season-2
http://youtu.be/4QUix4Hdyps
https://www.netflix.com/title/80117038
Dancing Queen [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
Snatching trophies. Getting gorgeous. Turning it up. Alyssa Edwards
rules the dance studio by day -- and the drag world by night.
http://youtu.be/_lVmgf6vT-w
https://www.netflix.com/title/80198511
Elite [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
When three working-class teens enroll in an exclusive private school in
Spain, the clash between them and the wealthy students leads to murder.
Spanish-language show.
http://youtu.be/QNwhAdrdwp0
https://www.netflix.com/title/80200942
Empire Games [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
Interviews with scholars and dramatic reenactments bring to life the
origins and history-making achievements of the world's greatest ancient
empires.
https://www.netflix.com/title/80240840
Little Things (complete season 2) (3:01 am, Netflix)
A cohabiting couple in their 20s navigate the ups and downs of work,
modern-day relationships and finding themselves in contemporary Mumbai.
Subtitled.
https://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/web-series/little-things-netfl
ix-second-season-5273491/
http://youtu.be/LhpA-_8cWv8
https://www.netflix.com/title/81011159
Lost Song [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
War looms over the kingdom of Neunatia, where two young women are both
burdened and blessed by the power of song. Anime.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Song_(TV_series)
https://www.netflix.com/title/80191369
YG Future Strategy Office [new; complete season 1]
(3:01 am, Netflix)
K-pop star Seungri, BIGBANG's youngest member, tries to lead a team of
bumbling staff at YG's Future Strategy Office in this mockumentary
sitcom. Korean series.
http://youtu.be/pOl7kSAu7BU
https://www.netflix.com/title/80220650
Super Monsters (complete season 2) (3:01 am, Netflix)
Preschool kids whose parents are the world's most famous monsters try to
master their special powers while preparing for kindergarten. Animated
children's show.
https://www.netflix.com/title/80124711
Malevolent (movie) (3:01 am, Netflix)
Brother and sister team Angela (Florence Pugh) and Jackson (Ben
Lloyd-Hughes) are nothing more than scam artists. Preying on the grief
stricken and the vulnerable, they convince the bereaved that Angela has
the ability to contact the dead. It's a simple con, until Mrs. Green
(Celia Imrie) summons the pair to her home -- the orphanage that was
once stage to a string of murders of young girls -- and Angela grows
less and less certain of what's actually real. The fake paranormal
investigators suffer the ultimate reality check when they are confronted
by the true horrors and terrifying past that lie hidden within the
haunted orphanage.
http://youtu.be/kJ3tMPVvE6w
https://www.netflix.com/title/80242081
Private Life (movie) (3:01 am, Netflix)
This Netflix original (which also opens in a few theaters today) stars
Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti as a couple who have invested a great
deal of money and effort in getting pregnant, to no avail—until they
stumble into a potential, if unusual, solution in the form of their
visiting step-niece. The film comes from writer-director Tamara Jenkins
(The Savages) and it received strong reviews at its Sundance debut
earlier this year.
https://www.metacritic.com/movie/private-life [Metacritic score 82]
http://youtu.be/J1orjA9Z8g4
https://www.netflix.com/title/80168222
Super Monsters Save Halloween (movie) (3:01 am, Netflix)
24-minute animated short for kids.
https://www.netflix.com/title/80999063
The Man in the High Castle (complete season 3) (3:01
am, Amazon Prime Video)
New cast members for this belated third season of the Amazon original
include Jason O'Mara and William Forsythe. Renewed for season 4.
https://www.metacritic.com/tv/the-man-in-the-high-castle/season-3
http://youtu.be/Xunwv3rRWYo
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IS2OQ56/
And yet still no RINGWORLD
Into the Dark [new] (3:01 am, Hulu)
Blumhouse-produced horror anthology series will air monthly for a full
year. The first Friday of each month will bring a new episode themed
around a holiday occurring that month, beginning with today's Halloween
episode, "The Body," which centers on a cynical hitman who finds the
holiday interfering with his work.
http://youtu.be/gKtcYhWSrPQ
The Art of Murder (movie) (8 pm, LMN)
When art gallery assistant Kate Miller meets the heir to a run-down
estate, she stumbles upon a previously undiscovered masterpiece, and
finds herself thrust into the high-stakes auction world of priceless
art. But those high-stakes turn deadly when the painting's integrity and
authenticity come into question. Kate and the gallery soon discover
they're caught in the middle of a million-dollar conspiracy. As the
auction date closes in Kate finds herself in mortal danger when a
desperate stalker will stop at nothing to keep the truth from coming to
light. Alexxis Lemire, Jordi Vilasuso, Stephan Graybill, Mira Furlan,
and Brad Greenquist star. Not on IMDb.
https://www.mylifetime.com/movies/the-art-of-murder
Fresh Off the Boat (season 5 premiere) (8 pm, ABC)
I Am Frankie (season 2 finale) (8 pm, Nickelodeon)
Masters of Illusion (season 8 finale) (8 pm, CW)
Speechless (season 3 premiere) (8:30 pm, ABC)
Child Support (season 2 premiere) (9 pm, ABC)
Irreconcilable Differences [new] (9 pm, Reelz)
Breaking up is hard to do for any couple but for Hollywood's biggest
stars there is more at stake than just a broken heart. The end of a
relationship for celebrities can mean huge scandals, vicious custody
battles, libelous accusations that can tarnish a career and financial
ruin. Irreconcilable Differences covers the contentious splits between
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, Bruce Jenner and Kris Kardashian, Alec
Baldwin and Kim Basinger, Hulk and Linda Hogan, Charlie Sheen and Denise
Richards, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, Madonna and Sean
Penn, Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and
Roseanne and Tom Arnold. With insightful commentary from legal,
relationship, crisis management and entertainment experts, each
hour-long episode chronicles the affairs, abuse and addictions that
poisoned the headline-grabbing marriages and will uncover every step of
each ugly uncoupling as family, friends and fans are forced to take sides.
Van Helsing (season 3 premiere) (9 pm, Syfy)
Something for Ian
Z Nation (season 5 premiere) (10 pm, Syfy)
The Graham Norton Show (season 24 premiere) (11 pm,
BBC America)
Unprotected Sets [new] (11 pm, Epix)
Takes "a raw, unfiltered look at stand up through the eyes of the
funniest up and coming comedians from across the country."
Animals (season 3 finale) (11:30 pm, HBO)
So nothing for me then? Thanks anyway
--Robin
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2018-10-04 19:36:59 UTC
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Creeped Out [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
A masked figure known as "The Curious" collects tales of dark magic,
otherworldly encounters and twisted technology in this kids anthology
series.
https://www.netflix.com/title/80214792
The Peach wants to check that out; thanks!
Your imaginary friend is weird.
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Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-04 21:45:28 UTC
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Creeped Out [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
A masked figure known as "The Curious" collects tales of dark magic,
otherworldly encounters and twisted technology in this kids anthology
series.
https://www.netflix.com/title/80214792
The Peach wants to check that out; thanks!
Your imaginary friend is weird.
I won't argue that.

She likes anything supernatural.
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2018-10-04 22:06:50 UTC
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Creeped Out [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am, Netflix)
A masked figure known as "The Curious" collects tales of dark magic,
otherworldly encounters and twisted technology in this kids anthology
series.
https://www.netflix.com/title/80214792
The Peach wants to check that out; thanks!
Your imaginary friend is weird.
I won't argue that.
She likes anything supernatural.
Fitting for an imaginary friend.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-04 19:35:00 UTC
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The Good Place         (time slot premiere)          (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing            (season 3 premiere)         (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation            (season 5 premiere)           (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
Robin Miller
2018-10-04 20:19:13 UTC
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The Good Place         (time slot premiere)          (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing            (season 3 premiere)         (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation            (season 5 premiere)           (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
Can other people see you?

--Robin
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-04 20:25:49 UTC
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The Good Place         (time slot premiere)          (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing            (season 3 premiere)         (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation            (season 5 premiere)           (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
Can other people see you?
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
Jim G.
2018-10-04 21:19:53 UTC
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The Good Place         (time slot premiere)          (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing            (season 3 premiere)         (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation            (season 5 premiere)           (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
Can other people see you?
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
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2018-10-04 22:06:21 UTC
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The Good Place         (time slot premiere)          (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing            (season 3 premiere)         (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation            (season 5 premiere)           (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
Can other people see you?
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-04 22:13:43 UTC
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The Good Place (time slot premiere) (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing (season 3 premiere) (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation (season 5 premiere) (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
Can other people see you?
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
I can't even begin to imagine what that would be like.
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The Good Place (time slot premiere) (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing (season 3 premiere) (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation (season 5 premiere) (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
Can other people see you?
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-04 23:05:53 UTC
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The Good Place         (time slot premiere)          (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing            (season 3 premiere)         (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation            (season 5 premiere)           (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
Can other people see you?
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants.  While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
The average temperature 'round here has been going up for the last
couple of decades. And a slowing metabolism, from age or diabetes, does
make one less comfortable in cooler temperatures.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
suzeeq
2018-10-05 00:17:00 UTC
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The Good Place        (time slot premiere)         (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing           (season 3 premiere)        (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation           (season 5 premiere)          (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
Can other people see you?
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
The average temperature 'round here has been going up for the last
couple of decades. And a slowing metabolism, from age or diabetes, does
make one less comfortable in cooler temperatures.
But it's nothing like the inferno anim lives in.
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-05 01:48:00 UTC
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The Good Place         (time slot premiere)     Â
    (8:30 pm, NBC)
Van Helsing            (season 3 premiere)    Â
    (9 pm, Syfy)
Z Nation            (season 5 premiere)      Â
    (10 pm, Syfy)
Apparently all I'm watching from this are the three shows about undead
people.
Can other people see you?
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants.  While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
The average temperature 'round here has been going up for the last
couple of decades.  And a slowing metabolism, from age or diabetes,
does make one less comfortable in cooler temperatures.
But it's nothing like the inferno anim lives in.
Yet.
--
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instinct are running screaming.
Jim G.
2018-10-06 02:49:48 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
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2018-10-06 03:30:06 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
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2018-10-06 05:55:38 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
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2018-10-06 15:16:29 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Right, but you can make up for it for the next 4 or 5 months.
Jim G.
2018-10-06 22:08:07 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
suzeeq
2018-10-06 22:14:10 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
Jim G.
2018-10-07 20:06:14 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
suzeeq
2018-10-07 21:03:19 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-07 21:50:36 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
On the short nights, yeah. I feel a lot better if I get closer to 8.
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2018-10-08 05:46:00 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
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Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
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point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
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Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
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2018-10-08 15:27:23 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
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Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
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point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
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Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
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point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
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Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-08 16:29:08 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
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Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
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point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
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Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
Can you truly say "She's had her pie" in past tense?

To paraphrase Spenser for Hire, re shopping "Pie is never finished it is only
suspended"
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
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point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
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Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
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Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
shawn
2018-10-09 03:10:08 UTC
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Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:49:48 -0700 Jim
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
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Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
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point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-09 03:57:59 UTC
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Post by Adam H. Kerman
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Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:49:48 -0700 Jim
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Dimensional Traveler sent the following on
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
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Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
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point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-09 04:31:46 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
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Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
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point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of
summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or
even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds
and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about
napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need*
to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/asset
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
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2018-10-09 14:34:06 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
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Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/asset
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
Where did you strap on Jim G. and his dog?
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-09 15:55:00 UTC
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On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 19:59:07 -0500, "Jim G."
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Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:49:48 -0700 Jim
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Dimensional Traveler sent the following on
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of
summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or
even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds
and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about
napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need*
to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/ass
et
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
Where did you strap on Jim G. and his dog?
I think the appropriate question is "What" not "Where"
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2018-10-09 16:18:21 UTC
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On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 19:59:07 -0500, "Jim G."
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On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 05:46:00 -0000 (UTC), "Adam H. Kerman"
Post by Adam H. Kerman
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Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:49:48 -0700 Jim
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Dimensional Traveler sent the following on
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm
starting to reach the
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become
sedentary.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of
summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or
even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds
and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
OMG you get 6 hours sleep? In one night!?!?!?
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/ass
et
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
Where did you strap on Jim G. and his dog?
I think the appropriate question is "What" not "Where"
Maybe "How?" They were supposed to be on the roof of the RV.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
Jim G.
2018-10-09 18:49:21 UTC
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by Dimensional Traveler
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/ass
et
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
Where did you strap on Jim G. and his dog?
I think the appropriate question is "What" not "Where"
Give me a while to try to figure out if this reply is better or worse
(for me) than the reply that I was expecting...
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Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Jim G.
2018-10-09 18:48:45 UTC
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by shawn
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/asset
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
Where did you strap on Jim G. and his dog?
I know better than to click on his reply. I really do. But I'm gonna
click anyway. Because I never learn.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
anim8rfsk
2018-10-09 19:07:54 UTC
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by shawn
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/as
set
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
Where did you strap on Jim G. and his dog?
I know better than to click on his reply. I really do. But I'm gonna
click anyway. Because I never learn.
Oh, that one is totally safe.
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2018-10-09 20:07:13 UTC
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by shawn
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/as
set
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
Where did you strap on Jim G. and his dog?
I know better than to click on his reply. I really do. But I'm gonna
click anyway. Because I never learn.
Oh, that one is totally safe.
Actually, for once, I was more concerned about my physical well-being.
But thanks for admitting that you've been evol on this front in the past. :)
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
anim8rfsk
2018-10-09 20:17:52 UTC
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Post by Jim G.
Post by Dimensional Traveler
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by shawn
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/
as
set
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
Where did you strap on Jim G. and his dog?
I know better than to click on his reply. I really do. But I'm gonna
click anyway. Because I never learn.
Oh, that one is totally safe.
Actually, for once, I was more concerned about my physical well-being.
But thanks for admitting that you've been evol on this front in the past. :)
Mostly towards Ian, which is not only allowed in the by-laws, but
recommended.
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2018-10-09 23:54:29 UTC
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by shawn
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/missoulian.com/content/tncms/
as
set
s/v3/editorial/c/59/c59340bc-e58f-11e2-bcba-
0019bb2963f4/51d6f40d31ec3.preview-699.jpg
Where did you strap on Jim G. and his dog?
I know better than to click on his reply. I really do. But I'm gonna
click anyway. Because I never learn.
Oh, that one is totally safe.
Actually, for once, I was more concerned about my physical well-being.
But thanks for admitting that you've been evol on this front in the past. :)
Mostly towards Ian, which is not only allowed in the by-laws, but
recommended.
There is much noncommittal vagueness to be found in your use of "mostly"
there. :)
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Jim G.
2018-10-09 18:52:24 UTC
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Post by shawn
On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 19:59:07 -0500, "Jim G."
Post by Jim G.
Post by shawn
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
And really, I'm still dealing with some feelings of guilt over the fact
that I didn't say anything when he stopped for a moment, rolled down the
window of the RV and said, "Here, hold my beer for a minute." But that
RV looked pretty tough. I really thought that it could handle it. Oh,
well. Live and learn, I guess.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
anim8rfsk
2018-10-09 19:08:51 UTC
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Post by shawn
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
And really, I'm still dealing with some feelings of guilt over the fact
that I didn't say anything when he stopped for a moment, rolled down the
window of the RV and said, "Here, hold my beer for a minute." But that
RV looked pretty tough. I really thought that it could handle it. Oh,
well. Live and learn, I guess.
heh

That really is a 'hold my beer' moment, isn't it?
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2018-10-09 20:08:16 UTC
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On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 19:59:07 -0500, "Jim G."
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Post by shawn
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle. I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly. :P
And really, I'm still dealing with some feelings of guilt over the fact
that I didn't say anything when he stopped for a moment, rolled down the
window of the RV and said, "Here, hold my beer for a minute." But that
RV looked pretty tough. I really thought that it could handle it. Oh,
well. Live and learn, I guess.
heh
That really is a 'hold my beer' moment, isn't it?
And then some! The fact that the Chuck Yeagers of the world could do
what they did sober still amazes me. Even the first two to ride a space
shuttle. That takes a mix of courage, confidence in others, and
craziness that I just don't have.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-09 19:23:41 UTC
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Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle.  I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly.  :P
And really, I'm still dealing with some feelings of guilt over the fact
that I didn't say anything when he stopped for a moment, rolled down the
window of the RV and said, "Here, hold my beer for a minute." But that
RV looked pretty tough. I really thought that it could handle it. Oh,
well. Live and learn, I guess.
Did the dog drink the beer?
--
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instinct are running screaming.
Jim G.
2018-10-09 20:09:00 UTC
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On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 19:59:07 -0500, "Jim G."
Post by Jim G.
Post by shawn
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
The RV Anim originally wanted to use was a 1950s jet engine education
vehicle.  I'm beginning to suspect he thought the jet worked and he
could fly.  :P
And really, I'm still dealing with some feelings of guilt over the fact
that I didn't say anything when he stopped for a moment, rolled down the
window of the RV and said, "Here, hold my beer for a minute." But that
RV looked pretty tough. I really thought that it could handle it. Oh,
well. Live and learn, I guess.
Did the dog drink the beer?
I dunno. Since it wasn't my beer, I wasn't paying much attention. And
it's not as if Anim asked for it back. :)
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Jim G.
2018-10-09 18:52:04 UTC
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On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 05:46:00 -0000 (UTC), "Adam H. Kerman"
Post by Adam H. Kerman
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
That's where I thought that the sequence of signs saying "Cliff 1 mile
ahead" and "Cliff 500 yards ahead" and "Cliff 100 yeards ahead" and
"Cliff 10 feet ahead" and "What are you? An idiot?" would come in handy.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
shawn
2018-10-09 20:36:55 UTC
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Post by shawn
On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 19:59:07 -0500, "Jim G."
Post by Jim G.
Post by shawn
On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 05:46:00 -0000 (UTC), "Adam H. Kerman"
Post by Adam H. Kerman
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
That's where I thought that the sequence of signs saying "Cliff 1 mile
ahead" and "Cliff 500 yards ahead" and "Cliff 100 yeards ahead" and
"Cliff 10 feet ahead" and "What are you? An idiot?" would come in handy.
Then maybe another sign a few hundred down the cliff that says
"Congrats! You found the cliff."
Jim G.
2018-10-10 00:09:22 UTC
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On Tue, 9 Oct 2018 13:52:04 -0500, "Jim G."
Post by Jim G.
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On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 19:59:07 -0500, "Jim G."
Post by Jim G.
Post by shawn
On Mon, 8 Oct 2018 05:46:00 -0000 (UTC), "Adam H. Kerman"
Post by Adam H. Kerman
She's not riddled with guilt.
Of course not.. She's had her pie so she's quite happy. While other
people (anim) sit at the bottom of a gorge thanks to less than stellar
directions.
That's just not fair. I mean, how much more stellar do the directions
have to be than "Stop before you get to the big cliff"?
Probably would have helped to draw a big X on the map where the cliff
is. Otherwise your constantly looking for the cliff and won't notice
it until you've passed the edge. Ooops.
That's where I thought that the sequence of signs saying "Cliff 1 mile
ahead" and "Cliff 500 yards ahead" and "Cliff 100 yeards ahead" and
"Cliff 10 feet ahead" and "What are you? An idiot?" would come in handy.
Then maybe another sign a few hundred down the cliff that says
"Congrats! You found the cliff."
Put it right at the bottom. At the center of a series of concentric circles.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Jim G.
2018-10-09 00:41:18 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
suzeeq
2018-10-09 01:02:20 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Great advice.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
Jim G.
2018-10-09 18:51:11 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
suzeeq
2018-10-09 20:09:01 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-09 20:18:49 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
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2018-10-09 20:37:41 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
And you didn't catch on fire?
anim8rfsk
2018-10-09 21:10:20 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about
napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need*
to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or
so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
And you didn't catch on fire?
No. Bizarrely, it was actually cold.
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2018-10-09 21:12:15 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
How large was the block?
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-09 23:10:16 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an
hour or
so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
How large was the block?
One of those children's blocks with the letters and numbers on the
sides. :D
--
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instinct are running screaming.
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2018-10-09 23:51:33 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about
napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No!
That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating!
Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just
*need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an
hour or
so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
How large was the block?
One of those children's blocks with the letters and numbers on the
sides. :D
Dammit. I wish that wasn't funny.
--
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2018-10-10 01:12:50 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an
hour or
so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
How large was the block?
One of those children's blocks with the letters and numbers on the
sides. :D
Dammit. I wish that wasn't funny.
*evil laughter*
--
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instinct are running screaming.
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2018-10-09 23:49:56 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about
napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need*
to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or
so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
How large was the block?
large enough I have shin splints this morning
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2018-10-10 00:48:19 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
How large was the block?
large enough I have shin splints this morning
Keep it up and you won't have them. Do every other day or two.
Jim G.
2018-10-10 01:40:36 UTC
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I walked around the block last night.
How large was the block?
large enough I have shin splints this morning
Keep it up and you won't have them. Do every other day or two.
+1
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
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2018-10-10 01:52:12 UTC
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I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about
napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need*
to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour
or
so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
How large was the block?
large enough I have shin splints this morning
Keep it up and you won't have them. Do every other day or two.
:)
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Jim G.
2018-10-10 00:09:08 UTC
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Post by Jim G.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
I walked around the block last night.
<thumbs up emoji>
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Jim G.
2018-10-09 23:51:32 UTC
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Post by Jim G.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.

An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
suzeeq
2018-10-10 00:50:11 UTC
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Post by Jim G.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
Jim G.
2018-10-10 01:54:41 UTC
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Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.

I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
suzeeq
2018-10-10 03:04:13 UTC
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Post by Jim G.
I'm seeing people not much older than me starting to talk about napping
when they feel tired. If they ever asked, I'd tell them, "No! That's
exactly what you *don't* want to do. Get your blood circulating! Get
some modest exercise! More inactivity will make you more tired, not
less, and lead to other problems, as well!"
But after a few nights of only 6 hrs sleep, some days you just *need* to
take a nap. Then still be able to do 7+ hrs that night.
People don't tend to sleep as well when they're sedentary all day.
True I know. But I'm not talking about a 6 hour nap, but only an hour or so.
That first hour is just the gateway nap. If a sedentary life continues,
it gets worse and never gets better.
I do try to get out and walk around every day, even if it's just
wandering around a store. Unless it's raining, or too windy.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one. I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
Jim G.
2018-10-10 20:46:25 UTC
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Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap bikes
did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on that front
just because we get older. In my experience, the more complicated and
time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes, the less likely a
person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can. I
really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-10 21:17:56 UTC
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Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap bikes
did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on that front
just because we get older. In my experience, the more complicated and
time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes, the less likely a
person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can. I
really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
So far all I'm noticing in that regard is degrees of light-headedness
and dizziness when I'm done. But I can now make the 50-yard, slight
upslope to home in second gear instead of having to go all the way down
to first.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
suzeeq
2018-10-10 22:27:24 UTC
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Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap bikes
did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on that front
just because we get older. In my experience, the more complicated and
time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes, the less likely a
person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can. I
really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
So far all I'm noticing in that regard is degrees of light-headedness
and dizziness when I'm done. But I can now make the 50-yard, slight
upslope to home in second gear instead of having to go all the way down
to first.
Yay! Progress.
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-10 23:11:32 UTC
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Post by suzeeq
Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap
bikes did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on
that front just because we get older. In my experience, the more
complicated and time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes,
the less likely a person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can.
I really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
So far all I'm noticing in that regard is degrees of light-headedness
and dizziness when I'm done.  But I can now make the 50-yard, slight
upslope to home in second gear instead of having to go all the way
down to first.
Yay! Progress.
Measured with an electron microscope.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-11 00:58:08 UTC
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Post by suzeeq
Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to
getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all
around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told
me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of
pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for
her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap bikes
did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on that front
just because we get older. In my experience, the more complicated and
time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes, the less likely a
person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can. I
really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
So far all I'm noticing in that regard is degrees of light-headedness
and dizziness when I'm done. But I can now make the 50-yard, slight
upslope to home in second gear instead of having to go all the way down
to first.
Yay! Progress.
I took out (and later in) the neighbor's garbage can today. That was as far
as I could walk ...
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2018-10-11 01:25:00 UTC
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Post by Jim G.
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Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap bikes
did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on that front
just because we get older. In my experience, the more complicated and
time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes, the less likely a
person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can. I
really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
So far all I'm noticing in that regard is degrees of light-headedness
and dizziness when I'm done. But I can now make the 50-yard, slight
upslope to home in second gear instead of having to go all the way down
to first.
Yay! Progress.
I took out (and later in) the neighbor's garbage can today. That was as far
as I could walk ...
At least now you know how I knew what kind of block you had walked
around. ;)
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-11 01:38:38 UTC
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to
getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting.
Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all
around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told
me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of
pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for
her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk
for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a
decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap bikes
did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on that front
just because we get older. In my experience, the more complicated and
time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes, the less likely a
person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can. I
really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
So far all I'm noticing in that regard is degrees of light-headedness
and dizziness when I'm done. But I can now make the 50-yard, slight
upslope to home in second gear instead of having to go all the way down
to first.
Yay! Progress.
I took out (and later in) the neighbor's garbage can today. That was as far
as I could walk ...
At least now you know how I knew what kind of block you had walked
around. ;)
Yeah, well, you, you ... you're ... a blockhead!
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2018-10-11 02:52:20 UTC
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Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap bikes
did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on that front
just because we get older. In my experience, the more complicated and
time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes, the less likely a
person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can. I
really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
So far all I'm noticing in that regard is degrees of light-headedness
and dizziness when I'm done. But I can now make the 50-yard, slight
upslope to home in second gear instead of having to go all the way down
to first.
Yay! Progress.
I took out (and later in) the neighbor's garbage can today. That was as far
as I could walk ...
At least now you know how I knew what kind of block you had walked
around. ;)
You'll feel better tomorrow.
anim8rfsk
2018-10-11 03:00:38 UTC
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by anim8rfsk
Post by suzeeq
Post by Dimensional Traveler
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to
getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting.
Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all
around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told
me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of
pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for
her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started
running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being sedentary.
She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I
was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk
for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy
pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like
that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a
decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap bikes
did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on that front
just because we get older. In my experience, the more complicated and
time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes, the less likely a
person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can. I
really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
So far all I'm noticing in that regard is degrees of light-headedness
and dizziness when I'm done. But I can now make the 50-yard, slight
upslope to home in second gear instead of having to go all the way down
to first.
Yay! Progress.
I took out (and later in) the neighbor's garbage can today. That was as far
as I could walk ...
At least now you know how I knew what kind of block you had walked
around. ;)
You'll feel better tomorrow.
DT? Just 'cause I poked him in the nose?
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2018-10-11 03:19:22 UTC
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Post by Jim G.
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Post by Jim G.
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
Hey, do as much or as little as you want. You don't have to justify
yourself to me or anyone else. I'm just saying that I'm dead certain
that health and quality of life are directly proportional to getting as
much physical activity every day as you're capable of getting. Without
killing yourself in the process, obviously.
Yes, I agree. I do need to keep moving, it's better for me all around. I
go to yoga twice a week and do tai chi in a group once a week.
Cool!
Post by suzeeq
Post by Jim G.
An online friend of mine elsewhere is about my age and first told me of
her disdain for exercise some 25 years ago. It was a point of pride. Now
she's having all kinds of problems and is miserable. I feel for her, but
she knew what she was doing. Or not doing. She even told me so.
Meanwhile, I have a cousin -- also my age -- who just started running
about six years ago after a lifetime of mostly being
sedentary. She's
doing 5- and 10Ks almost every week now and has never felt better.
I can't run, but I do what I can. Don't care for weights or anything.
I've had relatively bad knees (the left one, in particular) since I was
young, so running and even tennis -- lateral motion is the real risk for
me -- were out by the time I hit 30. Fortunately, swimming, walking,
biking and hiking are still options. I love stairs and walks or hikes
that include a lot of climbing. I know a lot of folks who can run or
walk on a level surface forever, but who get gassed after five or ten
minutes on hills.
I convinced another friend (who was on the fence already) to get a
generic bike for modest rides, and pointed out that he didn't need
something that required specialized clothes or shoes (for fancy pedals)
or an odometer or specialized trail capabilities or anything like that.
Most of us had none of those things when we biked as kids, and nothing
has changed since then. (I had a high-end Cannondale for about a decade,
but quickly realized that it was way more than 99% of cyclists --
including myself-- need.) In any case, he's loving it, which is great.
If he wants to go for a quick ride, he just gets on the bike and goes.
Jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, he's good.
Yep, I get bikes from Walmart or the used bike shop, don't need a high
end one.
Exactly! Most of us didn't have expensive bikes as kids, but cheap bikes
did the job and helped us to stay fit. And nothing changes on that front
just because we get older. In my experience, the more complicated and
time-consuming the prep work for a bike ride becomes, the less likely a
person is to actually go for a bike ride.
Post by suzeeq
I stick to fairly level ground as even a slight incline is too
much for me.
I'll keep doing hills -- on and off the bike -- for as long as I can. I
really notice the difference in terms of benefits.
So far all I'm noticing in that regard is degrees of light-headedness
and dizziness when I'm done. But I can now make the 50-yard, slight
upslope to home in second gear instead of having to go all the way down
to first.
Yay! Progress.
I took out (and later in) the neighbor's garbage can today. That was as far
as I could walk ...
At least now you know how I knew what kind of block you had walked
around.  ;)
You'll feel better tomorrow.
I already feel better. It usually only takes a couple hours to recover
from my 15 minute bike rides. Its the occasional two hour weekend bike
rides that take me an hour to recover enough to crawl to the bed to pass
out.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-07 00:02:02 UTC
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Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:49:48 -0700 Jim
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Isn't he already golden (crispy)?
--
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instinct are running screaming.
Jim G.
2018-10-07 20:07:41 UTC
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Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:49:48 -0700 Jim
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Isn't he already golden (crispy)?
He probably doesn't go outside except to mow the dirt once in a while,
so he's probably all kinds of shades of white and pink at the moment.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-07 22:13:25 UTC
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Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:49:48 -0700 Jim
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Post by Dimensional Traveler
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
Neither of which has been practical for the last 9 months of summer!
Treadmill! A cheap one is all you need. You don't have to run or even
jog. Just walk. A lot. Point it at the TV (or put in some earbuds and
listen to an audiobook) and you're golden.
Isn't he already golden (crispy)?
He probably doesn't go outside except to mow the dirt once in a while,
so he's probably all kinds of shades of white and pink at the moment.
With occasional episodes of lobster red.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
Jim G.
2018-10-06 22:09:25 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
And not to point fingers, but there'd still be an RV option, too, if
someone had paid a little more attention to the road.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
suzeeq
2018-10-06 22:14:41 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
And not to point fingers, but there'd still be an RV option, too, if
someone had paid a little more attention to the road.
You want him to push it?
Jim G.
2018-10-07 20:07:02 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
And not to point fingers, but there'd still be an RV option, too, if
someone had paid a little more attention to the road.
You want him to push it?
With most of it burned away and with the gas tanks *definitely* emptied
by that impressive bonfire, it doesn't weight much. He could probably
push it easily enough. Or drag it. Either one works for me. But it's not
gonna seat six anymore.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-07 22:12:21 UTC
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Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:49:48 -0700 Jim
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
And not to point fingers, but there'd still be an RV option, too, if
someone had paid a little more attention to the road.
You want him to push it?
With most of it burned away and with the gas tanks *definitely* emptied
by that impressive bonfire, it doesn't weight much. He could probably
push it easily enough. Or drag it. Either one works for me. But it's not
gonna seat six anymore.
As I recall the RV he wanted to get would have only seated two to begin
with.
--
Inquiring minds want to know while minds with a self-preservation
instinct are running screaming.
Jim G.
2018-10-09 00:58:30 UTC
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Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:49:48 -0700 Jim
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
And not to point fingers, but there'd still be an RV option, too, if
someone had paid a little more attention to the road.
You want him to push it?
With most of it burned away and with the gas tanks *definitely* emptied
by that impressive bonfire, it doesn't weight much. He could probably
push it easily enough. Or drag it. Either one works for me. But it's not
gonna seat six anymore.
As I recall the RV he wanted to get would have only seated two to begin
with.
Some people *really* don't like back seat drivers.
--
Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
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2018-10-06 23:01:47 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
And not to point fingers, but there'd still be an RV option, too, if
someone had paid a little more attention to the road.
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Dimensional Traveler
2018-10-07 00:02:53 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
And not to point fingers, but there'd still be an RV option, too, if
someone had paid a little more attention to the road.
Or the lack thereof.
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instinct are running screaming.
Jim G.
2018-10-07 20:07:50 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
You don't have a car, so you either walk, or ride a bike.
And not to point fingers, but there'd still be an RV option, too, if
someone had paid a little more attention to the road.
Or the lack thereof.
Heh. A very good point.
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Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Jim G.
2018-10-06 22:09:05 UTC
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Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Age isn't a factor, it's where you live.
Age can be a factor if it makes/encourages you to become sedentary.
Everything is encouraging me to become sedentary.
It's October. The temps have surely dipped into the low 120s by now.
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Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
Jim G.
2018-10-06 02:49:06 UTC
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Can other people see you?
Only if I open my curtains and why would I do that?
Especially when pants can be such a hassle.
Sweatpants. While I'm not as old as Anim I'm starting to reach the
point where everyday feels cooler than it should.
Gotta get moving. Get that circulation and metabolism going.
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Jim G. | A fan of the good and the bad, but not the mediocre
"I really hope it was Waverly who dressed me, but the gloves scream
Jeremy." -- Wynonna Earp, WYNONNA EARP
RichA
2018-10-07 22:32:04 UTC
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Station 19 (season 2 premiere) (9 pm, ABC)
A firefighter (Boris Kodjoe) returning back to the job after a long
absence joins the Station 19 crew; also expect to see doctors from
“Grey’s Anatomy” cross over in the second season of the drama series.
Gee, I wonder where they got that idea from?
Ed Stasiak
2018-10-09 20:45:49 UTC
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Robin Miller
The Man in the High Castle (complete season 3)
Only show I'm looking forward to.
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