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post #54046 of 57265
This means you probably have an inguinal hernia

Congratulations!
post #54047 of 57265
hmmm, don't think so. Nothing else seems to be going on down there.
post #54048 of 57265
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easy phgts:
https://www.facebook.com/Eason7/videos/o.1604399713151800/10101664789001488/?type=2&theater
(182.5 x 3)

lol deadlift boners:
https://www.facebook.com/Eason7/videos/vb.19700560/10101664791246988/?type=2&theater&notif_t=like
(190 x 1)

Going for 200 next Monday @ 77kg. Will be a competition in a few months but it's separated into 75 and below/ 75 and up. wtf is that? will probably try for 75.
post #54049 of 57265
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sorry to hear this.
post #54050 of 57265
Maybe too early to tell, but it looks like I do better on a cut w/o cardio. I stopped bullshitting and using cardio as an excuse to have brownies and ice cream and just tightened up my diet and now I'm legitimately under 200......
post #54051 of 57265
Was speaking with a prof who teaches PE at NYU and basically said he knows a lot of people and would help out a student if he had one that did particularly well so I'm gonna try to test out of the two prerequisites so I can take it this fall, brb getting megafund job for 10x income icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #54052 of 57265
Just ordered all my home gym stuff. Kind of excited. Debating whether or not I want to rip out the carpet in the room and put down gym flooring. Gonna talk to wifey about that tonight.
post #54053 of 57265
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easy phgts:
https://www.facebook.com/Eason7/videos/o.1604399713151800/10101664789001488/?type=2&theater
(182.5 x 3)

lol deadlift boners:
https://www.facebook.com/Eason7/videos/vb.19700560/10101664791246988/?type=2&theater¬if_t=like
(190 x 1)

Going for 200 next Monday @ 77kg. Will be a competition in a few months but it's separated into 75 and below/ 75 and up. wtf is that? will probably try for 75.

 

Just some motivation:

201.5 kg, 70 kg junior woman.

 

@ 3:12:44

 

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post #54054 of 57265
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

30, I go to the Dr when I am sick (3 times in the last 6 years) plus dentist 1-2 x year depending if I need anything beyond a cleaning and chiro/ART as needed which is <10 x year.

Anyway, I think the system is utter shit, especially in comparison to other countries, you clearly disagree. It's a pretty common thing to disagree on.
But as a (hopefully) last point on the topic - There is nothing in this world that would make me view the US' system of access and delivery as anything more than complete fuckery. The quality of care, by and large is just fine (although far from the best), but the cost and access and everything else that makes up a healthcare system is absurd and I have no clue why anybody, aside from people who are actively a part of the industry, would defend it. You disagree, like a lot of people do. That's fine.
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It would have all been 100% free had they picked it up when I first went to hospital. Which I agree is how it should be.

I'm pissed off that I had to pay to see a radiologist because they thought I had been working out my abs a bit too hard. I mean it's freaking appendicitis, something they should've picked up straight away.

It's not "free," and it's not "free" in other countries, unless you're aware of a country that has an entire field of medical professionals who all work for nothing.

It's paid for through higher taxes and increases in other costs.
post #54055 of 57265

I know it's not free. "Free" care is the simple terminology used to describe a system that does not depend on payment to a private party insurer.

In Australia, Medicare is the government run program that supplies health insurance to all citizens. It is paid through income taxes (still has co-pay etc). You can chose to supplement Medicare with a private insurance if you want to. 

post #54056 of 57265
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I know it's not free. "Free" care is the simple terminology used to describe a system that does not depend on payment to a private party insurer.
In Australia, Medicare is the government run program that supplies health insurance to all citizens. It is paid through income taxes (still has co-pay etc). You can chose to supplement Medicare with a private insurance if you want to. 

I think it's a matter of choosing where you want your money to go, rather than more of it being taken from your paycheck and that decision being made for you by someone else. Also, I don't feel as though it's my responsibility to pay for the healthcare of people who contribute nothing to the system because they pay no income tax. And while I'm aware those of us in the U.S. share some of that cost burden when they show up to the ER, I'd prefer not to let them use that as a proverbial gun to our head in order to coerce taxpayers into paying their way in life.
post #54057 of 57265
Yeah nvm I'm not talking about this cos it's too controversial but suffice to say I wholeheartedly disagree with everything you just said, or at least think you are completely missing the point of how practically every other country in the world operates its system of care.
post #54058 of 57265
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Yeah nvm I'm not talking about this cos it's too controversial but suffice to say I wholeheartedly disagree with everything you just said, or at least think you are completely missing the point of how practically every other country in the world operates its system of care.
I never got the whole "dont want it to be paid as taxes" thing. Hippocratic oath = everyone gets care whether they can pay for it or not, which means you just pay for it through your insurance. That aversion has become so boneheaded places like Texas are turning down ACA money to the tune of billions of dollars and millions of people without insurance, just on "principle". Its maddening
post #54059 of 57265
Exactly. The whole reason premiums go up, cost of care goes up etc is to off-set those costs. Of people were taken care of in the first place then EMTALA would not be (anywhere near) as much of an issue.the whole reason things cost more in the U.S. Is because of "other people". You don't get taxed for health insurance but you get a big chunk of your pay check taken out every month, what's the difference? You still have to pay taxes at the end of the year for all the other shit. Al the competition means that everybody is buying all this specialized equipment they then have to needlessly use over-prescribe just so they can pay it off before it becomes out dated in 3 years time so they can be the next new thing.
post #54060 of 57265
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Just some motivation:
201.5 kg, 70 kg junior woman.

@ 3:12:44



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What are these firms sponsoring IPF events? Obviously we all know Eleiko, SBD and rebhand, but wtf is heina.
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