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Addiction LXXVI

Old 10-27-19, 09:09 AM
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My kid wants to be Javy Baez for Halloween. So far, I've raised him right.

Wrigleyville Sports had a one day 50% off jersey sale, which gave me the push to add Shawon Dunston to the cart.

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Southern Comfort is for kids.
I think that Fireball is the new So Co.
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Attention medical professionals. Glucosamine? Snake oil or joint gold? Are they all the same so buy the cheapest? Thoughts would be appreciated.

I tend to be a skeptic.

TIA
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize View Post
Have I mentioned that the weather funally turned. I might just wait until 2:00 to go out today.
And in reply to something @WhyFi said, I am another one who needs to rude a buke in order to feel and function normal(ly)
Rust or wear out. I prefer to wear out.

I also prefer awesome things in case you (as in everyone) haven't noticed.
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Like rude a buke??
Exactly
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Originally Posted by DougRNS View Post
Attention medical professionals. Glucosamine? Snake oil or joint gold? Are they all the same so buy the cheapest? Thoughts would be appreciated.

I tend to be a skeptic.

TIA
Harmless, but probably not effective. Buy the most expensive brand you can find, in order to enhance the placebo effect and any incidental awesomeness.
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Old 10-27-19, 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize View Post
And in reply to something @WhyFi said, I am another one who needs to rude a buke in order to feel and function normal(ly)
Not me.
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Old 10-27-19, 11:36 AM
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i got my first quart of egg nog for the season!

I didn't put any soco in it though; it's the candy corn of whiskies.

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Old 10-27-19, 11:42 AM
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Originally Posted by MoAlpha View Post
Harmless, but probably not effective. Buy the most expensive brand you can find, in order to enhance the placebo effect and any incidental awesomeness.
Thanks, that doesn't sound awesome

#PainFreeDaysAreRare
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Which of these would be faster?

https://cruzbike.com/collections/all...s/products/v20

https://www.bacchettabikes.com/trike...arbon-trike-2/

Weight seems about even. The three-wheeled one seems like it would have less frontal area. The two-wheeled one would have less rolling resistance.
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Old 10-27-19, 12:13 PM
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My kid wants to be Javy Baez for Halloween. So far, I've raised him right.
Indeed, ball sports.
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Originally Posted by PepeM View Post
Which of these would be faster?

https://cruzbike.com/collections/all...s/products/v20

https://www.bacchettabikes.com/trike...arbon-trike-2/

Weight seems about even. The three-wheeled one seems like it would have less frontal area. The two-wheeled one would have less rolling resistance.
Neither has any fairing It seems they would be much more aero with fairing. Of the two, I choose the two wheel version.

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Attention medical professionals. Glucosamine? Snake oil or joint gold? Are they all the same so buy the cheapest? Thoughts would be appreciated.

I tend to be a skeptic.

TIA
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Originally Posted by DougRNS View Post
Thanks, that doesn't sound awesome

#PainFreeDaysAreRare
Y’know, what often works to reduce inflammatory burden and cool joints off, and this ain’t no woo, is cutting out all refined carbs.

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Originally Posted by seedsbelize View Post
Neither has any fairing It seems they would be much more aero with fairing.
Of course.
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Y’know, what often works to reduce inflammatory burden and cool joints off, and this ain’t no woo, is cutting out all refined carbs.
Even Candy Corn?
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Even Candy Corn?
Especially candy corn. The little pumpkins, or whatever they are, are okay.
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jd?
I'm having it virgin so far. I guess you can get whiskey any day of the week here, I should run over and get some later. Probably Evan Williams or the like.
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Originally Posted by DougRNS View Post
Attention medical professionals. Glucosamine? Snake oil or joint gold? Are they all the same so buy the cheapest? Thoughts would be appreciated.

I tend to be a skeptic.

TIA
Some studies showed 1500 mg/day effective for knee arthritis. Other studies suggest no benefit. It’s harmless so ok to try. I would have low expectations, though.
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Y’know, what often works to reduce inflammatory burden and cool joints off, and this ain’t no woo, is cutting out all refined carbs.
Refined carbs are the debil.
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It's new bike day! Well frame anyways. 2016 S works Tarmac sl5 frame, in sparkling blue. Sram force axs 2x12 has been ordered. This will replace my 2009 replacement sl2.
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