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doc - tough decision. good luck, mang.
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so what the hell are we gonna do if we meet up??

drink beer?
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

The funny thing is that I grew up in a fat state too but I never felt disgusted by this fatness until moving to New York and losing my tolerance for fat white people, which are very few and far between in NY. I felt like a French woman at a Peoria Kohl's.

Isn't Wisconsin statistically one of the fattest states?

I once stopped at a Chick-fil-A in Erie, PA. No words can describe that experience.
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Isn't Wisconsin statistically one of the fattest states?
I once stopped at a Chick-fil-A in Erie, PA. No words can describe that experience.

Did you see any Amish rolling by on their buggies?
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

I grew up in Wisconsin, and a couple times a year I go up to visit my mother. I am always stunned at how fat the average Wisconsinite is.

Same, though I rarely go back despite it being just a few hours drive. Last time I was there was to visit a friend who just got back from China. We both spent most of the night mesmerized by the amorphous blobs waddling about. When we were at a local dive bar, we saw a few people we went to high school with who definitely did not age well.
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Isn't Wisconsin statistically one of the fattest states?
I once stopped at a Chick-fil-A in Erie, PA. No words can describe that experience.

About ten years ago I was driving with my fiancee from PA to Vancouver (her home). We stopped to eat at some place in Wisconsin, and she was absolutely shocked at how fat everyone was. She talked about it for hours. And she marveled at how all the fat Wisconsinites seemed to eat a steady diet of fried food, often with fried cheese as a component.
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Isn't Wisconsin statistically one of the fattest states?
I once stopped at a Chick-fil-A in Erie, PA. No words can describe that experience.

Erie is pretty depressing in general. I go up there every Thanksgiving to see the extended in-laws. Couldn't pay me enough to live in a place like that.
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

Erie is pretty depressing in general. I go up there every Thanksgiving to see the extended in-laws. Couldn't pay me enough to live in a place like that.

It really is. I'd always stop there on the way to Columbus when I went to Ohio State. It's a total dump, sort of a mini Buffalo.
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

acid it's weird having close HS frineds into adulthood huh? I have a couple that wanted me to be a godfather to their children and I'd love to go back to the old country/across the country but sometimes is just not feasible. then the wife of the batchmate starts chiming in that maybe I'm not suitable because I won't make the effort and its a huge cluster fuck.

you tell me, doc. one thing about living here is more than likely the people you hang out with the rest of your life will be your high school and/or college friends. there is no moving to another state... maybe to another city and still you're bound to see a bunch of them. over the years, even if I take up some activity, hobby or even join a professional organization I am still bound to bump into people from school.

oh, and your batchmate's wife is a huge fucking spoiled bitch.
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

About ten years ago I was driving with my fiancee from PA to Vancouver (her home). We stopped to eat at some place in Wisconsin, and she was absolutely shocked at how fat everyone was. She talked about it for hours. And she marveled at how all the fat Wisconsinites seemed to eat a steady diet of fried food, often with fried cheese as a component.

You realise that most of the world feels this way about your whole country.
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As the cop arrived to take prints, some random dude walked by me. He goes, "yours got broken into too?" as he walked to his GTR.
Fucking enraging.
This has been happening on my street probably three times a week for months. It enrages me so much you have no idea. I feel like waiting up with a bat to fucking knock out the pieces of shit who have been doing it. It seems like of my neighbors I am the most pissed off and i don't even own a car.

The other morning walking to the train I saw a cop driving by and I stopped them and vented. They are apparently aware of the issue... Whatever they can do about it is beyond me if they don't catch them red handed. Also, to make things worse they apparently haven't been taking anything. Leaving money and GPS's behind. They are just being pieces of shit.

I think anybody who gets a window broken should get a tax write off for a new one.
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Oh and btw, set your heat to blow full blast through the windshield vent and shield your eyes. Sometimes glass shards will fly out. Better to get it out in purpose than have it hit you in the face when you aren't prepared.
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My throat.

If I tell my doctor I've had this sore throat for over a week will he be inclined to give me a prescription that will make me feel 100% in the morning?

It's only been two days but I'm tired of dealing with this.
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Eliminate glory holes from your daily routine?

Seriously, go see a doc and get a script. If it's a bug antibiotics should have you feeling better in 48 hours. Maybe not perfect but better.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Eliminate glory holes from your daily routine?
Seriously, go see a doc and get a script. If it's a bug antibiotics should have you feeling better in 48 hours. Maybe not perfect but better.

+1 to both.
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Well if stitch would stop asking me to help him feel more manly I would.

I'm on hold, hopefully I don't have to wait longer.

So should I say I have been sick for over a week or just be honest? I want a prescription and I want it now.
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