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June 05, 2012

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xbradtc

**commenting from the safety of my couch**

matt

Jim Fixx please call your office....

Clarice

Fat's okay and so is salt, a big cheer from the layabouts!

Thomas Collins

This is useful info for a natural couch potato, or even a moderate exerciser, who thinks taking up an extreme regimen will extend lifespan. But how many hard core marathoners or triathletes or other hard core athletes do so to extend life? I suspect most of them do so because that's what they like to do.

xbradtc

Fat's okay and so is salt, a big cheer from the layabouts!

So bacon really IS the perfect food?

NK

Fat's okay and so is salt, a big cheer from the layabouts!
So bacon really IS the perfect food?
Posted by: xbradtc | June 05, 2012 at 04:27 PM


Absolutely correct....

centralcal

Rush Limbaugh: As you people know, I play it safe. Whenever I get the urge to exercise, I lie down on the sofa, on the floor, on my back, until the feeling goes away.

AliceH

"Trommel Wahnsinn" LOL! Another winner, Frau.

MarkO

"Fixx was an overweight smoker before he took up running. His blood cholesterol levels were elevated. He had also experienced several warning symptoms, which he chose to ignore and had refused the option of undergoing an exercise stress test

As well, Fixx's father had died of a heart attack at the age of 43. Fixx was 52 when he dropped dead of a heart attack while on a seven-kilometre run in July 1984.

An autopsy showed Fixx had severe coronary artery disease. One artery was 95 per cent blocked, a second was 80 per cent blocked and a third was 50 per cent blocked."

I ran about 5 miles a day. Finally, my hip gave out. I wouldn't trade the runs for anything even if they now kill me.

Ignatz

--I ran about 5 miles a day. Finally, my hip gave out. I wouldn't trade the runs for anything even if they now kill me.--

I used to run about 8 miles a day until one of my discs gave out.
I would gladly trade all that running for the thirty years of sporadic misery that ensued, until it sort of spontaneously healed itself a few years back.

Jane

So bacon really IS the perfect food?

That was established a while ago. Too bad it costs $8.00 a lb.

Rob Crawford

Bacon is God's candy.

Jack is Back

I have been eating Turkey Bacon now for about 6 months and it is really good plus you don't get the same levels of fat. Very lean, very smoky. Nothing fancy or boutique but just old Oscar Meyer at Publix.

OT: According to Drudge siren alert it looks like a 5 pt. margin same as 2 years ago according to exit polls. Sanity returns to America, one brain cell at a time.

Charlie (Colorado)

--I ran about 5 miles a day. Finally, my hip gave out. I wouldn't trade the runs for anything even if they now kill me.--

I used to run about 8 miles a day until one of my discs gave out.

Is anyone seeing a regularity here?

Chubby

acquaintance of mine with a brain tumor was expected by all to pre-decease her medical physician/fitness freak husband. Lo and behold, one day after a game of squash, he died of a heart attack in the shower, predeseasing her by many years.

Terrible thing to say, but I think his death gave her some relief. She had lots and lots of money and he detested her spending any of it, in fact was a miserable skinflint.

Rob Crawford

Well, Charlie, add my brother who blew out both knees running track in high school and I think the pattern's well-established.

Chubby

another acquaintance of mine, a hefty guy, only half jokingly claims that he is a lot healthier than non hefty guys because even when he goes for a short walk he's getting a better workout because of the extra weight he carries. He says that makes him stronger than they are, because everything he does is a workout with weights :)

AliceH

After what seemed a decade of division-wide 80hr work weeks, we smokers used to joke that we were the only people in the office who actually got outside for fresh air and sunshine during the week. Heh.

A long time ago.

I asked a doctor one time what would happen when a life of exercise ensuing in poor knees would get you hammered by the Medicare police for 'poor lifestyle choices' and placed lower in the line for knee replacement. He replied that the question had been studied and that the exercise benefits exceeded the damaged knees costs.
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Stephanie

He replied that the question had been studied and that the exercise benefits exceeded the damaged knees costs.

Until they redetermine they don't.

Smokers yap, ya know.

Also many years ago, I used to start the morning with coffee and a cigarette with members of other departments in a handy lounge by one of the departments. By ten after the hour, I was up to speed on the whole operation. When indoor smoking was banned, I no longer had such easy access to such intelligence.
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Charlie (Colorado)

Fox just called it for Walker.

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Experts predict that the coastline of Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii will see some pretty nasty debris wash ashore; California will have some, but less, as most of it will be caught in a current that will carry it to the pacific islands.

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