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  1. JamesKPolkEsq

    Your last 90 days "go to"

    Connie A Monte Media Corona
  2. Not too good, not too bad 94.3 to 88.6 - about 6kg However, my running is back on track and I feel great! Thanks Prez for the fun motivational activity!
  3. JamesKPolkEsq

    can someone explain brexit?

    Sheeeeeeee's baaaaaaacccckkkkk...
  4. Keep buying them! You are keeping PL alive!
  5. JamesKPolkEsq

    Are you a GoT lover?

    My money is on the same force that caused the Valarian doom wiping out nearly everything as the end of the series.
  6. JamesKPolkEsq

    Are you a GoT lover?

    The first three books were highly enjoyable, and seemed to have tapered off in quality with the 4th and 5th. I suspect that the 6th will follow the trend (which is why George Martin hasn't released it). The TV series has been great fun to watch, but feels like it will be impossible to have a ending worthy of the whole story. I can't wait wait to see how it all shakes out all the same.
  7. Every loser's a winner here 😂
  8. Fat Bastid updates? Edit: 89.3kg currently
  9. Pictures get embedded incorrectly on the forum unless you “edit” them after you snap them. Easy fix. Crop the photos on your phone very slightly before posting them and the problem disappears.
  10. Thanks for the motivation everyone! If nothing else, this contest has been the genesis for a renewed passion for running. I've been consistently running between 15 and 20 miles a week again and sleeping like a baby!
  11. JamesKPolkEsq

    Fat Bastid Competition Strategies

    Eat fewer calories. Run at least 5 times a week. No snacking! Edit: Here's an interesting a relevant strategy: http://www.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/11/08/twinkie.diet.professor/index.html
  12. JamesKPolkEsq

    email of the week

    In all seriousness, if the cigars started out marvelous (you tried them before freezing them, right? That's how you know freezing hurt them?), they'll need a good nap to recover. Freezers dry things out quite efficiently (freezer burn, after all is just damage due to evaporation), so if your cigars weren't sealed perfectly (most recommend the double ziplock bagging), they'll have dried out relative to their original condition. They aren't necessarily a lost cause, the general consensus is to slowly re-hydrate overly dried cigars - resuscitate them over the period of several months. Personally, I'd take them out of their packaging and into a separate humidor / tupperdor with some 62% Boveda packs. There is no guarantee that they will ever make it 100% back (since the drying process will remove some of the oils from the cigars), but it's worth a shot since you already got em. Good luck!
  13. Great, happy to have a bit of motivation! 94.3kg and falling!
  14. Kareem was actually a really good dude, just a bit ornery with the members of the media.

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