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I'm not saying the math is hard
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Why are you applying for grad school? Aren't you doing an econ phd? I'm thinking of doing an Msc, luckily not entry exams in the UK. Probably won't do statistics anymore as I just want to chill out for a year and I'm only doing it to get a nice name on my CV, a new alumni network and another year for job applications. I'll probably do like development economics at oxford or something less rigorous then risk and stochastic processes.
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Originally Posted by dacox View Post

To the guys with Inzer belts, did you go with the 10 or 13 mm? leaning towards a 10mm-single prong but wanted to hear your thoughts.

Just received my black 13mm Inzer lever belt... going deadlifting with it tonight. Come at me hip bruises. The experts at my gym basically said 10mm belts are preferred by the fat dudes, especially when deadlifting. If you're not fat, get either, but the difference between 10 and 13 is noticeable. One of the coaches has a bit of a gut and has a 10 for deadlifting and 13 for squatting. They pretty much agree it has nothing to do with how much weight you're moving nor is it too early to start belting up.
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I'm not sure what i'm going for but i'm doing it so i have it out of the way. Maybe a stats MA bc it'll help with my field and I can do courses in comp sci.

I'm going for a perfect score.
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

Whoever doesn't like (American) football is just fucking weird. What's there to not like about it? Aside from all the commercial breaks.

hockey >>>>>>>>>>>> *

football is semi-retarded. if you dont grow up with it, there's nothing fun about it - too much stop n go i think. i tried to pay attention to it this year but without a real appreciation for it, its pretty hard to watch.

its not as bad as basketball/baseball though, i cant understand the appeal of those two. i guess i can see getting drunk at a ball game in the middle of summer, but basketball? zzz.
post #39486 of 57262
Basketball is way better thsn baseball...which is the worst.

Lacrosse is still goat sport though
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I haven't watched a football game in about 11 years.

I just bought a back scratcher off Amazon. Dem back got big, can't reach and I'm itchy.
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Hockey is goat of all time sport, basketball next.

I don't watch American football either, I understand the appeal but at the same time I don't and think it's kind of stupid.

I'd like to get into soccer , hopefully it gets bigger in the states.
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lol spotted at the gym... telescoping back scratcher:
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God I'm so bad at rack pulls.

How much are you supposed to rack pull in comparison to your DL?
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All ball sports bore me.

It's all about track & field, winter sports, motor sports and "extreme sports" such as skateboarding or snowboarding.

Thinking about it, I actually enjoy watching golf. Something soothing and relaxing about it that I like. Hate to play it though since I have the worst patience and easily get frustrated. Would be cool to get into when I'm old.
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

All ball sports bore me.

It's all about track & field, winter sports, motor sports and "extreme sports" such as skateboarding or snowboarding.

Thinking about it, I actually enjoy watching golf. Something soothing and relaxing about it that I like. Hate to play it though since I have the worst patience and easily get frustrated. Would be cool to get into when I'm old.

Watching golf is really relaxing actually, I agree with this. I used to love watching it when I was hungover. It's also a shit load of fun to go to the driving range and whack a couple dozen balls, never played a full game though.
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Do powerlifting, oly lifting, and bodybuilding count as sports? because if so I like those ones.
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According to bros on my fb, bodybuilding is a religion, so no.
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lol spotted at the gym... telescoping back scratcher:

hah! Awesome. Guess I'm not the only one who wants one of these in my gym bag.
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