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Old 02-10-2013, 06:50 PM   #41
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in my country, parents scold their children for studying too much.
i had an awesome childhood
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in my country, parents scold their children for studying too much.
i had an awesome childhood
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Poland!

Funny was also my first guess. But I changed it for some odd reason
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Old 02-10-2013, 08:25 PM   #45
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Getting into barfigths since I was 14. Guess.
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Old 02-10-2013, 08:51 PM   #46
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Politics sucks, biggest opportunists in the world, incredibly retarded presidents.
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:03 PM   #47
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Politics sucks, biggest opportunists in the world, incredibly retarded presidents.
They're not retarded.
They're there to make money for themselves, and I'd say they're doing an excellent job.
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:07 PM   #48
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retarded presidents.
We live in a country where politicians have just plundered and impoverished the population for..well, for a long time already. But I really doubt any of them was slightly stupid, it's all about the profit they make out of people (maybe Fernando was a little dumb I'll give you that ).
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I advise reading Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. There was a time when politicians were great people and a true inspiration to everyone.
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They're not retarded.
They're there to make money for themselves, and I'd say they're doing an excellent job.
In the US(I'm not sure about other countries so bear with me.) If your goal is to make a lot of money then you would never waste your time trying to be president, or run for congress, or anything like that really.

Most of them make BANK, and their salary from their political ventures is mostly just for show and could honestly be done away with.
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Over 66% of adult Americans are overweight or obese.
False. nt though
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Old 02-11-2013, 01:48 AM   #52
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False. nt though
No it isn't:

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Percent of adults age 20 years and over who are obese: 35.9% (2009-2010)
Percent of adults age 20 years and over who are overweight (and not obese): 33.3% (2009-2010)
And those numbers have done nothing but rise. thx anyway tho
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:28 AM   #53
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This kind of thinking throws the baby out with the bathwater. Over 66% of adult Americans are overweight or obese. The existence of the other 33% who are in normal or underweight distributions doesn't change the fact that you can note interesting trends in the population as a whole.
I would love to know how those studies were done.

I'm much more concerned about the upper 30% though. The middle 30% really don't matter so much.

(I bet the gays only have like 10% fatness )

The Mexicans are winning in the fat race though D:

Interestingly(and not surprisingly) the blacks have the highest rate of morbid obesity. I guess the image of the fat black person isn't just the medias doing.
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We have the most cheese production per capita in the world. Guess without looking at my location.
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Old 02-11-2013, 04:00 PM   #55
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I've often wondered how people from my home country (Denmark) is viewed among the rest of the world.

The few times it's been mentioned in satirical shows (like South Park, Family Guy, Simpsons), they've always gotten it horribly wrong.
The Simpsons seem to assume there's rivalry between Holland & Denmark, while South Park mentioned that we like to watch hockey. Family Guy(might have been American Dad) seemed to think we were very much into pastry, probably because we've gotten a cake-thingy named after us.

None of these are true. Obviously all those shows are american, and they're not exactly known for their in-depth knowledge of other cultures, so that might be the problem, but it's still annoying to see your country represented that way, since it's basically spreading ignorance.

I'm also guessing most of the world barely knew we existed before the drawings of a certain prophet in one our major newspapers.

So if you're not from around here, I'd love to know if any of you even know there is a place called Denmark, and what you know about it.
well, I have a few ideas about them (and I'm Dutch so I'll give you a good comparison, hehe)

I know Denmark is one of the wealthiest countries in the world - not even per se talking economically but in terms of social security, education etc. It's been one of the best countries to be born in for decades.

I know some Danes that I gamed with.. Usually they are well educated indeed, like indie music and complain they want to come here to Amsterdam because they love weed and guitars (on the other hand: I'd love to visit that hippie district in Copenhagen as well)!

Aaaand I met some Danes on festivals, those guys were pretty freaking nice, always up for a good convo, their English is more than decent enough, and they knew how to have a good drink.

So basically my impression of a Danish person is a filthy rich potsmoking festivalling white guy with half long hair and -----
... I'm not sure how accurate this is for the Danish population exactly hahahahaa woops


Germans

I used to think they were robots for the factory-like way they pump out innovations and ofc we call their national football team a machine...
But honestly I've been chilling with some more people from Hamburg and they are damn hard partiers, outgoing and wellspoken.
I know from Chammer that education in Germany sucks because.. because.. idk
And when I'm there it's not allowed to smoke pot on the street so you have to be all sneaky about it which was pretty annoying when I went to TI1.
On holidays Germans are usually the ones lying on the beach fucked up 24/7 yelling things that sound extremely angry because of your evil language.

South Americans

I bet your mother wants you to live at home til you're 28 and you've never done your own laundry!!
(well let's say I knew a Brazilian guy well who lived here in Holland and he was totally incapable of doing ANYTHING ranging from preparing dinner to cleaning his room to getting a job because of his latino mom..)

USA

some of the best and some of the shittiest pieces of the world, so not really fair to generalize in that way even though everything I've written this post is generalization based on a few impressions
But if I'd have to say something then I guess what's typical about Americans is that they believe in this kind of "if you're not rich, it's your own fault" philosophy eg you "create" your own life, which in a sense is true, but it's totally hyped and people don't realize the flipside to this philosophy, especially in the context of the USA's seemingly overly consumerist and conformist general mentality
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Statistics prove otherwise.
It's not about statistics, it's about what the media shows. Media takes the one thing that makes a certain culture or ethnicity unique and popularize it.

If they show you bunch of Arab terrorists on your TV, people will stereotype them that way. Even though real Arabian terrorists are probably nothing more than 1% of the Arab people.
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I'm much more concerned about the upper 30% though. The middle 30% really don't matter so much.
Yeah, same. Being overweight isn't that big of a deal. In fact it's correlated with an extended life expectancy for older folks.

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Honestly, it seems like the American gays are either really skinny or really bulky. Not fat bulky, but muscle bulky. But muscle bulky registers as obese on the BMI scale anyway, so the percentages might be a bit distorted.
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This is how we do where I am from, m'kay

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No it isn't:
And those numbers have done nothing but rise. thx anyway tho
Look dude, without getting into it too much - i guess i'm wrong xD

I share the same view as uo111 it is the upper 30% that is of concern and what makes headlines. Every study I have read in the past focuses on that upper tier so reading 66% seemed largely over exaggerated.
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Well, I did say obese and overweight. But, yeah, my physiology professor brought up those statistics, and I was certain it was a typo. Over two-thirds of the population? Seemed way too high.
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I did saw the study stating the 66% statistic from several sites, which seems to cite from several sources. It has been a month or two since the result is released, so it's hard to track it down again..
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Well, I did say obese and overweight. But, yeah, my physiology professor brought up those statistics, and I was certain it was a typo. Over two-thirds of the population? Seemed way too high.
I think they may have drawn this statistic from people's BMI's which is a muy inaccurate way of determining their health, ie, if someone has a lot of muscle or bone mass they may have an above normal BMI (that may tell them theyre overweight/obese) but in reality they're quite healthy/not obese.

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Well some are based on statics, like 66% of americans are either overweight or obese... but some generalizing are stupid and retarded.

Like saying saying all Iranians are terrorists. There is no known Iranian terrorist whatsoever, the government might support Palestine and Islamic movements aka terrorists but there is no terrorist with Persian name on face of earth as of yet. (Iranians have Persian names)
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Glad we agree.
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I think they may have drawn this statistic from people's BMI's which is a muy inaccurate way of determining their health, ie, if someone has a lot of muscle or bone mass they may have an above normal BMI (that may tell them theyre overweight/obese) but in reality they're quite healthy/not obese.
But most people don't. Bodybuilders make up a slim percentage of the population. BMI isn't accurate for everyone, but it's accurate enough for most people and thus is pretty much the best option for conducting these kinds of studies.

You might make a case for shaving off a percentage or two because of this, but that's all I'm realistically seeing.

Also keep in mind that this statistic is a few years old. The rates have done nothing but increase, and it's estimated that 42% of Americans will be obese by 2030.
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But most people don't. Bodybuilders make up a slim percentage of the population. BMI isn't accurate for everyone, but it's accurate enough for most people and thus is pretty much the best option for conducting these kinds of studies.

You might make a case for shaving off a percentage or two because of this, but that's all I'm realistically seeing.
I'm no bodybuilder but I'm how you might call "big-boned" and my BMI tells me I am overweight, which I most definitely am not! I'm just saying there may be a substantial amount of people misrepresented in those statistics. That's not to say that they are completely skewed, however, coz as you said, I can prolly only make a case to shave off a relatively small percentage.

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Good to know that's where America is headed. : |
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Agreed on all points.

Yeah, it's pretty alarming to see just how unhealthy we are. On the plus side, though, my nutrition degree will be a great investment.
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I'm no bodybuilder but I'm how you might call "big-boned" and my BMI tells me I am overweight, which I most definitely am not! I'm just saying there may be a substantial amount of people misrepresented in those statistics. That's not to say that they are completely skewed, however, coz as you said, I can prolly only make a case to shave off a relatively small percentage.
Oh no, there are a lot of people with such minds of ''I'm not fat'' when really, they are.

I was oblivious to the fact that I was a fucking fatty when I was 5'5 200lbs (166cm 90kg).
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Good to know that's where America is headed. : |
thats a global trend, we're just #1! like always
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Oh no, there are a lot of people with such minds of ''I'm not fat'' when really, they are.
True, but I don't think I fall in that category lol

5'9, 170lbs, 25.1 BMI (overweight). I mean I guess.

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There is no known Iranian terrorist whatsoever, the government might support Palestine and Islamic movements aka terrorists but there is no terrorist with Persian name on face of earth as of yet. (Iranians have Persian names)
Actually everyone with views different from USA's "capitalist" approach which justifies it stealing resources from other countries is a terrorist/freedom fighter. Truth to be told the exploatation of third world countries for the benefit of countries such a USA and England is the real terrorism, not the attempts to undermine it.

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But most people don't. Bodybuilders make up a slim percentage of the population. BMI isn't accurate for everyone, but it's accurate enough for most people and thus is pretty much the best option for conducting these kinds of studies.
People that work out are becomming more and more nowadays. And you don't need to work-out professionally to have more muscle tissue than fat. Amateur athletes do not fall in the bmi index as well.
There is a correlation between fat, muscle and bone in a person. You can't know how much fat you have before consulting a nutritionist and undergoing some tests. Working for the majority isn't doing any good if you don't fall in that category. It can work as sort of a guideline, but nothing to actually abide by.
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People that work out are becomming more and more nowadays. And you don't need to work-out professionally to have more muscle tissue than fat. Amateur athletes do not fall in the bmi index as well.
Only 5% of Americans are active every day. Bodybuilding -- even amateur bodybuilding -- requires a significant time commitment.

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There is a correlation between fat, muscle and bone in a person. You can't know how much fat you have before consulting a nutritionist and undergoing some tests.
Not exactly how much, but if you're not physically active and/or have a surplus of muscle mass, the BMI should give a reasonable overview of your body composition.

If your circumstances are such that BMI doesn't give an accurate illustration of your weight management, then don't worry about it. But for the 90%+ people for whom it is accurate, studies such as these can note valuable trends.
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True, but I don't think I fall in that category lol

5'9, 170lbs, 25.1 BMI (overweight). I mean I guess.

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