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    I bought BF3 a few days ago! Add me under FoReWoRdZ :D
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    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    I didn't play much BF2 either until Forgotten Hope 2 mod was released.
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    Why would you overclock your CPU with a stock cooler? 75c is still a little bit high for a sandy bridge chip. I like to keep mine below 65-70
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    75 is more than fine. What you like is irrelevant. Do agree in the overclock thing though. Coolers are pretty cheap.
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    I would like some cookies. Is that irrelevant?
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    ill take granola bars chewy any time:)
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Looks diarreah dipped to me. That thing could pass for a flattened turd anyday. Reminds me of the Clif Bars I love to eat!

    Oh, btw, I just got BF3 last week also....add me!!....happita ;)

    And I also applied to the TechRejects! platoon. Get on that TheMailMan!!! I need friends!!!! :laugh:
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    They taste good but there is too much soy in those things.
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    Can't forget about Ernie's Crazy Fall Inventory Super Emporium Blowout!!!



    Also did anyone see the A-Team thing on BF3's FB page? Thought it was pretty good.
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    So what are you? Anti-soy?!?! Blasphemy!! :laugh:

    I actually try to eat as healthy as possible while still having my taste buds stimulated to all heck. But I thought soy was good for you, no? The only soy-based food I don't like is ummm, those white squares......tofu, that's it.
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    I try and stay away from anything that is tasteless enough that you can form it into the shape of something else then attempt to add as much fake flavor as you can, to make it into a clone (granted it never fools me, but some people seem to like it).
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    Soy is chocked full of phytoestrogen. Tibetan monks eat it in large quantities to suppress their libidos, many prisons add it to their diets to try and reduce inmate violence, and menopausal women are encouraged to eat boat loads of it as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy. Also, upwards of 90% of modern soy in production is "Round-Up ready," meaning it is a GMO that is resistant to that herbicide, so they dose the hell out of the fields so nothing grows but it. So, basically it is a feminizing food that is soaked in poison, but it sure is trendy.
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    Although I said I am basically a health freak, I am also open-minded to ANY and ALL possibilities. Thanks for clearing up whatever cloud the media has spit out about how healthy soy is from above my head. I am definitely going to research this little bit of wisdom you bestowed upon me my friend :) Corporate media is evil I tell ya. EVIL! I never do things because they are trendy, I am my own person and I care what I put inside my body. But whatever other people wanna do is their business, its not my place to say what they do is wrong or to try to change the way they live. If they make a conscious decision to shove a poison inside their bodies and are content with the results/consequences, there's nothing that will dissuade them but themselves.
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    Wanna eat healthy? Eat wild game meat, fish and home grown vegetables. Problem solved. Oh and play lots of BF3.
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    Wannabe movies... Nothing beats Snoken Productions :D
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6B_7ZRSwWg
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    Now that one I do remember. The much of it as Monty Python written all over it, which is what makes it great, love the subtitles skit.

    The video I liked the best was a video of a bunch of insurgents. It must have been a mod it was a bunch of guys in Vent together or something. The only weapons the Insurgents had was a brick... and cell phones. They were all around a pickup truck laughing and running around then all of a sudden one sees a humvee pop up over the hill and it starts coming at them and just runs a ton of them over (including the camera man). I think they were throwing bricks at it as they got hit, they were laughing a ton. Then like 20 of them jumped in the back of the truck and were driving around, it was hilarious. But I haven't ever been able to find it again.
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    Interesting. Goog thing the vast majority of my soy intake comes in the form of sauce.
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    Wild game meat - I live in the city, bit hard to get wild game
    Fish - Done
    Home Grown Vegatables - I've got 3 small plots for Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Green Peppers, Squash, and String Beans ;)
    Lots of BF3 - LOOK AT MY PLAYTIME SINCE I GOT IT!! hahahhaa :toast:
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    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    You're better off than me then. At least I have a nice farmer's market on the weekends two blocks away now with near-locally grown as well as some exotic produce. A stand with excellent free range, grass-fed meats too. Not wild but next best thing.

    I think I am laying off BF3 until AK. So many other games I've been ignoring...
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    The Monty Python one is the best ever.

    http://youtu.be/r-_x4YTrOvM
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    No it isn't. I lived in the Bay Area for the first half of my life.
    You just have to travel to do it. I used to get a deer every
    year when I was a punk kid. Little Black Tails, 5 pointer
    dressed out to about 60lbs. A little different up here in
    Idaho and Montana. You get more meat for your buck !
    Yeah the pun is intended.

    I'm sure hoping some of these guys who are on this thread all the time
    are gonna play some BF3 this Friday instead of running away like little women.
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    Or like men on Polk Street.
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