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Haha! Least you didn't say I'm the daddy now!
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just bombed a final so fucking hard gonna drink my week's worth of deficit away

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just bombed a final so fucking hard gonna drink my week's worth of deficit away



I have a gnarly exam on Friday. So scured.

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submitted a Nigerian guy with 5kg on me today. Told him "I'm the captain now"

Why? He's not Somali.
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Why? He's not Somali.

He had the exact same hair though, he was like a filled-out version of that guy.
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Anyone ever had an injury to their infraspinatus? It just keeps getting worse despite the fact that I'm barely doing upper body exercises anymore and doing rotator cuff work. Going to a physiotherapist, but won't be able to get a time till mid-January so it's going to be a while.

 

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She freaks me the fuck out everytime she opens her mouth. 160cm girl sounds like Barry White when she talks.

Her twin sister trains at the gym as well, so it's like a before and after shot of roids walking round.

 

@Find Finn Hammelstrup?

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You know them?
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Not personally, but I know of them. I guess she became somewhat "famous" after the testing positive.

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Saw that when I googled them.
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@Find Finn
 Hammelstrup?

I've heard there's a place in Nevada that injects stem cells into places with tears and chronic injuries and the injury basically goes away in a month or so. It costs like $2500 and isn't covered by insurance though.
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Sounds like injecting yourself with snake oil at best and cancer at worst.
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Adipose derived stem cells are being used for a lot of tendon and cartilage applications at the moment
Seems very promising
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Yeah but ex vivo, they're not just injecting live stem cells. They're using them to make layers of skin and cartilage in the lab which are then transplanted.
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No

I am involved in a trial right now injecting allogeneic stem cells into arthritic knees

A lot of my local pro athletes are getting injected into tendons with anecdotal success
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No

I am involved in a trial right now injecting allogeneic stem cells into arthritic knees

A lot of my local pro athletes are getting injected into tendons with anecdotal success

Thank you. How is the trial working for you?
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