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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by myrna minkoff » May 1st, 2014, 1:29 pm

they have to mince their words but even so it shows
yes american jews, the diaspora the bad jews, not content with just ruling over palestine we want world domination, yes the american holy roman empire is now the world's second largest economy, whoot whoot

where the hell is this shit coming from???
everything was fine, I was headed for a better day and then this anger came surging in when I started thinking about a GO called I am stupid about blood, women are unclean, but the virgin mary bled too, some blood is sacred some blood is unclean
crazy mike told me I had bad blood in me, when ever I did something young and stupid he would tell me it was the shapiro blood, the Pollack blood, I suppose when he was proud of me if ever it was his Russian blood, that he liked to think was tainted with a touch of Tatar blood.

He was proud to be a Jew.

I can/t say that I am anymore
too many rats in the box now days for any of that kind of pride,
a note to G od, please let us all be healthy gentiles
for awhile till 14 billion years from now
till then
I am what I am
a peasant Jew
fellahin
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/fellahin
but if I was a German Jew I would feel like a lord
Katherine Anne Porter
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sailing to America
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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by stilltrucking » May 2nd, 2014, 7:27 am

Weimar syndrome
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/02/opini ... drome.html

Search found 5 matches: weimar russia
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April 29
235.2# 74 mg 510AM
1050 calories@10PM
17 miles

April 30
6am 235.2#
71ml
1025calories@11PM
19 miles

May 1
233.2 / 98 mg 7am
860@730PM
19 miles

May 2
5AM 231.6# 67ml

May 3
8am 231.2 # 70 mg/ml

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by Unk » May 4th, 2014, 12:45 am

Cartesian nightmares and teenage comic book crap
A purpose driven life
got to have goals
so what is next
halfway to there
I am starting to wonder
what then
I want to leave a beautiful space where I used to be and not a vacant lot

not even a cemetery plot

a hundred miles this week and the weight is falling off, so if get down to my younger weight I wonder what will happen to all the skin that used to cover the fat.

I imagine myself in new clothes,
that cheers me up
maybe then I will have the confidence to find another job, or finish my novel... I am writing a novel, well not so much a novel as a diet book, a self help book on how to be your own life coach.

where do the children play now
I want to get lost in their future
thanks dino

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by silent woman » May 23rd, 2014, 4:14 pm

I don't know myself anymore
I lost something besides the fat
222.4 pounds down from 264 two months ago
the fire down below is still smoldering under all this weight still to go

how sweet it is to be a manchild in the promised land
here in the garden of the paradise of the republic of texas where the devils in blue dresses dance for joy
when Eve first bit
but I did not
I ate a peach instead of an apple
I don't want no stinkin fruits of knowledge

what is it they know and we don't care to know too
the pure light of feminine reason
scares the bejeezus out of me
If you can't give me love and peace, Then give me bitter fame. — Akhmatova.

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by Hypatia » May 24th, 2014, 9:48 am

Savage Judaism
Judged by reason, Judaism, savage religion, and even Christianity were all cut from the same cloth of superstition. For theistic philosophes, reason supported natural religion, but not the rituals and dogmas of specific religions. That flattening of religion was basic to the Enlightenment view of religion, given classical expression in Kant’s ​Religion Within the Bounds of Mere Reason.

Believers responded to this relativization of Christian and Jewish claims in various ways, each a strategy to protect Christianity or Judaism against the solvents of comparison.
http://trinityhouseinstitute.com/savage-judaism/
three days without a bike and my weight went up two pounds, obsessing on my weight like an anorexic teenage girl.
















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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by stilltrucking » June 1st, 2014, 11:59 pm

June 1
218 pounds

where have I gone
that forty six pounds where did it go
pissed it away I guess

new pants
waist size down by six inches
if Can break two hundred by august going to steal a new bike if I have to.

something that does not weigh as much as a peter built but has trigger shifting and twenty seven gears., and skinny biddy tires, mud flaps and a coon tail and a whip antenna for my old C>B/

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by stilltrucking » June 3rd, 2014, 6:28 am

June 2
217.2
June 3 220

seesaw

life in the balance

where does a three year old find that all that emotion
all that aggression
little girls are supposed to be sweetness and light
children who bite

Golem Gollum
mommy dearest
"She is very emotional just like me."

These strategies should not be used to address a child’s biting habit.

Avoid labeling a child as a “biter.” Negative labels can affect how you view your child, and even affect the child’s feelings about him- or herself.
Never bite a child back to punish or show him how it feels to be bitten. Biting a child sends the message that using violence is an acceptable behavior that can be used to solve problems.
Avoid getting angry, yelling, or shaming a child.
Avoid giving too much attention to a child who bites after an incident. While this is usually negative attention, it can still reinforce the behavior and cause a child to repeat it.
Do not force a child who bit and the child who was hurt to play together.
Do not punish children who bite. Punishment does not help children to learn discipline and self-control. Instead, it makes children angry, upset, defiant, and embarrassed. It also undermines the relationship between you and your child.

- See more at: http://families.naeyc.org/learning-and- ... 3T0ko.dpuf

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by Hypatia » June 5th, 2014, 5:07 pm

June 5
865 calories at four PM
220 pounds

June 2
217.2 pounds
shit

cognitive dissonance

jam that, what about tag line
the pursuit of woman
is that' what's it all about
the biological imperative
survival of the species
lots of cognitive dissonance on that one
I used to be smart.

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by stilltrucking » June 6th, 2014, 8:18 am

June 6
217/218?
six am
140 eggs
7:21 AM 'still no ride
bad?dream about bicycle shops
can any dream be bad?

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by one of those jerks » June 10th, 2014, 2:27 pm

June 10 five forty am
215.4

The same trip now for forty some years
Starting in 1972
Amor fati

and every time that wheel goes round
bound to cover a little more ground


just call me billy the kid
cause I shot a dog yesterday
a good dog
smartest dog I have ever know
shot him with my cold forty five
got to love them typos

and he came back this morning in the dark out of nowhere in a hit and run guerrilla attack
on my ankules

I wonder what's happening on studio eight today
not much probably
that's why I love this place
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She is twice the man I am.

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by Steve Plonk » July 31st, 2014, 12:53 pm

Still Trucking,
I am proud of your efforts to lose weight. :) 8) I, too, have been trying to.
Your mileage is more impressive, because your body has more mileage than mine. 8)
I also exercise for weight loss, like you do. Pulling away from portions at the
dinner table is a pain. :(

This is my sixty-fifth summer. I now weigh 245 pounds. I need to get down to
two hundred pounds also. I once weighed 268 lbs. :!:

Thing is, it is hard to lose weight when one has adult onset
diabetes. I found out I had it around eight years ago. :roll:

Look forward to hearing from you again, on either my Column, or my Artlog. :)
I welcome comments & I miss you at Studio Eight. Studio Eight recently had a tenth
birthday, & I heard Doreen is thinking about publishing another book with input from
any of us who wants to submit stuff. :idea:

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by Quacker Jack™ » August 3rd, 2014, 2:22 am

I was born in 1940, I been filling out a lot of job applications these days and I was putting my age down as seventy-four but then I realized I am still only seventy-three because my birthday is in December. Duh me, but it cheered me up because I feel like I had gained another year :)

Worse thing about old age for me is anticipating the demise of all my loved ones :arrow:
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(how many buttons am I missing on that shirt :roll: )
I used to pray I would die before them so I would not have to mourn. I think I still pray that although I am more scared of dying then I used to be. Or maybe I just have more courage these days to admit it. One of my siblings tells me that we have eternal life through the Christ Jesus, I would like to believe that too. 8) But I hope that does not mean I will have to remember my social security number in the life to come after this one. :wink:

Thanks for the kind words. I owe my weight loss to Studio Eight and my Schwinn™
Some people ride to live, I ride to eat :lol:

I think the secret is exercise, the more I ride it the more I can eat and still lose weight. I am down from 265 to 206. But my height is shrinking too, I used to be 5'11" now I am barely 5'10" :shock:

I miss constantine, lrod, zlatko.
and Marge


I had not heard about Doreen's new book. I hope she does it. We could have a wonderful book on just the Studio Eight "Pips" as Clay used to call them.
Anyway, I call all my dead friends my Pips
they stand behind me and do the oohs and ahs and snap their fingers
and do the fancy step where they whisper in my ear: "You're livin' for me now.
My Pips
"Life goes where the new forms are, so yur not gonna have, uh, uh'mean y'might as well, er all this, uh this is all Hindsight that yur talkin' 'bout. It's already too late... Allen Ginsberg and Neal Cassady conversation

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by the mingo » August 3rd, 2014, 9:10 am

Ride that windspinner, Jack T, ride & ride - still riding here too - I didn't start off doing it for weight loss but for the joy of it but I knew because I do it everyday & most evenings that I would some weight would come off - I began this season the first week of April at 188# - at my VA physical in June I was 176# - today @ 166# - I ain't changed what or how I eat - just added two wheels & pedals to the mix - had the rear sprocket on the Tripel swapped out in June - the one it came with was too small and meant for a much younger man - man, the bike would trash me going up hills or into the wind - the new sprocket is bigger - lowers the gear ratios on the 3 speed hub straight acrss the board - the gears are still "tall" but much easier to pedal - I get a headwind now I drop into 2nd & pedal on easy - my other bike the Coyote has a 21 gear derailer setup - on that bike it don't matter what situation comes up you got a gear for it - ah sweetness & light - glad to hear you're riding yet - so I'm a bit confused - you get your bike back? last I heard you said it was in the shop - neighbor here got a new bike - a hybrid with 21 or 24 gears - has those trigger shifters - she let me try it out - sweet for sure - the bike is a hybrid - cross between a road bike & a mountain bike -
lightweight - upright riding position - comfortable saddle - not skinny tires but not fat either -trigger shifters - all the good stuff - from Trek bike company - good stuff though I know it cost - still, with the way it rode I'd say it was worth it - I will be looking into a hybrid sometime in the future - catch ya later Jack T - ( I've added a vid here you might like - you and I ride for fun, joy, health, weight loss but there is larger things going on out there in the world concerning bikes - it's interesting stuff - still between you and me i'm still going to get raccoon tails for my bike and...more lights!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4W-3Mnu3Ovo
Doll, you may have found a place of rest but I'm still on the trail.

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by WIREMAN » August 3rd, 2014, 10:02 am

hit the new posts and found u 2......ride....ride....ride mi friends......im back on an all day runmyself....chasing tower cranes and whats going down on a humungus construction job in potomac md.....that bikes still outside, waiting for me.....
me I feel like I'm becoming some kinda Kung fu t.v. Priest.....

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Re: The Studio Eight Diet

Post by the mingo » August 3rd, 2014, 4:23 pm

it will be right there waiting for ya when ya want it Mark...bikes are loyal like that
Doll, you may have found a place of rest but I'm still on the trail.

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