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Old 12-31-2011, 02:53 AM   #11
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Vandalize something. Even if its just toilet papering someones yard.
I'm at a regimented academy, they'd kick me out for something like that. Still tempting though.
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Old 12-31-2011, 03:54 AM   #12
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Lose weight.
Join army.
Be a better son.
Buy a truck.
Buy an ak.
Get to the range atleast once a week.
Pretty cheezy but it enouph to keep me busy..bein cheezy aint easy
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Old 12-31-2011, 04:23 AM   #13
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Decades ago, I resolved to never make New Years resolutions. I have faithfully lived up to that resolution and am very proud of myself.

Happy New Year!
Hmmm... Do you think that resolution from decades ago breaks that vow "to never make New Years resolutions."? j/k Congratulations! I hope I can faithfully live up to mine too... (Now where did that last slice of pizza go...)
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Do less fishing and more catching....
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.....travel........
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Get my elusive IH M1 Garand... And to continue my quest to find all the calibers for my Medusa... :sigh:
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Lose weight (about 50 lbs. Why does every bit of fat on be end up on my belly?)
Get my Associate's of Science degree (or at least get dang close)
Buy at least 1 gun every other month (Yugo 24/47 Mauser, AK-47, Marlin XL7, Remington 870, SKS, Ruger Vaquero) if I'm lucky .
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My resolution is to stop worrying so much.
I worry so much that I make myself sick at times. My main worry is if the breast cancer comes back and throws my life into turmoil again.
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Lose weight (about 50 lbs. Why does every bit of fat on be end up on my belly?)
Fat accumulation on the belly indicates insulin resistant fat. It's also a precursor of type 2 diabetes. It means your body has become and/r is becoming insulin resistant. Sugar, carbs, high fructose corn syrup, and lack of sleep all contribute. The good news is, you can knock it back down, I just lost over 30 lbs and still dropping. I wish you the best of luck in 2012!!!!
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Broke everyone. Why try for another?
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