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  1. Seriously, this is best $80 I ever spent in my life! You boobs fighting over yourselves to defend a guy you wouldn't pee on if he was on fire but since most of you have adopted your wives propensity for finding anything to ##### about feel the need to nag me. It shows me how pathetic most of your lives are that you would take the time/have the time, to nag me about something that has no effect on you whatsoever. You guys gobbling these nuts for so long, it's no wonder I'm a Dr.
  2. First Class passengers get jet packs.Southwest tells all of the people sitting in the first two rows that the Jumbo Bag of Rold Gold pretzels is a jet pack. The first two rows is for fatties, it's not first class Christo!!!! I'm a FBG. I don't fly Southwest. I guess we know another reason why you don't fit in around here, welcher.That is the highest compliment you could pay me!Now let's see your big beautiful man ####.
  3. First Class passengers get jet packs.Southwest tells all of the people sitting in the first two rows that the Jumbo Bag of Rold Gold pretzels is a jet pack. The first two rows is for fatties, it's not first class Christo!!!!
  4. If you think putting every passenger in a pressurized space suit is plausible, then, yes, it is definitely possible. Enjoy the 12 hour pre-flight suit fitting, the three hour strap in process, and the extra $500k+ in your ticket price. OK, how about the wings fall off and a gigantic parachute that will allow the plane to safely float down? Keep everything inside safe. I have to assume most of the time it is engine malfunction or some type of engine troubles, just make the cockpit and cabin stay intact and allow the rat of the plane to fall off, float everyone down to safety We can do this folks, we have the technology. Designing the wings so they fall off would probably kill more people than your system could potentially save. One thing that makes air travel so safe is that wings are well engineered to stay on. A parachute system for a large commercial aircraft would probably be about the size of a half-dozen football fields. The plane could probably not carry any passengers once the system is installed. Your plucky can-do attitude is what has made America great.
  5. I bet if you had a button you could push that would eject the wings/engines while at the same time deploying 8 huge parachutes from above the cabin you could save a lot of lives. I mean, it's not like NASA has done this type of thing before.
  6. People died and you people are making up Screen Names for Christo on Flight Blogs????Unbelievable!! UnshavedRewardPointsLover HairyBusinessClass CheckInMyLuggage_CheckOutMyManBag IBuy2Seats I fly First Class.Just because you sit in the first row on Southwest doesn't make it First Class.
  7. People died and you people are making up Screen Names for Christo on Flight Blogs???? Unbelievable!! UnshavedRewardPointsLover HairyBusinessClass CheckInMyLuggage_CheckOutMyManBag
  8. wtfDidn't you know? He's the Worlds Most Interesting Man.
  9. Unpack. Some interesting info here but I don't see much in the way of citing You can get organic virgin coconut oil from Trader Joes. It's in a jar and it's a solid at room temp, looks like lard a little bit. You use it to fry and cook with, it has a higher smoke rate than olive oil and vegetable oils which means it won't break down and the molecular structure will stay the same and not become carcinogenic versus most vegetable oils. Vegetable oils are bad for you, all of them! I only use olive oil for certain recipes, it's a taste thing. I've even recently found a good source of pasture raised pork products and they have lard. Did you know lard is super high in omega 3's if its pasture raised, higher than even olive oil? I didn't find this out until recently. Conventionally raised its higher in Omega 6's which leads to health problems and its the same with all conventional meats. So I'm grass fed beef and pasture raised pork only now, at least what I buy at the supermarket.
  10. Otis, you're making this way more complicated than it needs to be. Fitbits, mfp, calorie counting, you don't need any of it. You're going to fail if you have to add more steps into anything. Instead of adding, try subtracting. Subtract: All Grains: wheat, corn, rice etc Dairy: except grass fed butter Legumes: peanut butter, beans Refined sugar: use maple syrup, honey, dates Vegetable Oils: use coconut oil more and olive oil less. That's all you have to do. Eat as much as you want, don't count calories, eat when you're hungry, just stay away from the list above. I lost 27 lbs the first month, 9lbs the first week!!! I am on month 8 of paleo. I'm at 47 lbs lost. All with no exercise!! I really can't lose anymore, I'm completely shredded!
  11. You overcame sweets by mashing the sugariest fruit in existence into sugary processed legumes? :???:Yes, it's still Paleo and FYI Almonds are nuts and not legumes.
  12. If you guys want a tip on how to overcome the sweets... What I did is take one banana and 2 tablespoons of Almond Butter in a bowl and smash it with a fork until it becomes a pudding consistency. I did this almost nightly for the first 30 days, still lost 27 lbs. Add a little sea salt for the salty sweet combo. Enjoy fatties.
  13. So I've been paleo since August, my first cheat day was 3 months in when I reached 40 lbs lost. Now I'm 85-15, still no grain but will have cheese on my protein style double double. Can someone explain to me how I can eat 3200 calories a day without working out a smidge the entire time and be completely freaking ripped? I don't understand but my body loves it.