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  • Birthday 12/22/1971

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    Twin Lakes, WI
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    KLF-30's (completely restored)
    HH Scott 222c
    Crown K2
    Schiit Vidar
    Schiit Aegir
    Marantz 3600
    Schiit Modius
    Bluesound Node 2i
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  1. SWL


    Amen to that. 👍
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    Actually, I think I peed my pants right after I read the scale. I wasn't expecting to be another 13lbs lighter.
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    Went and got a Covid test a couple weeks ago (I'm good) and they weighed me.....down another 13lbs for a total of 110lbs in 3 1/2 years. I also found out that my work boots weigh a whopping 10lbs by themselves. Time to put them on a diet as well.
  4. That's good news for people looking for KLF-30 replacements directly from Klipsch (finally). Anybody got any pics of these new woofers?
  5. Why do you say to avoid Stereo Rehab?
  6. I haven't regretted one bit putting the Ciare woofers in mine. I pump 500 old school Crown watts into mine and beat the hell out of them and they haven't let me down yet. The original woofers.....that's a different story.
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    Another thing is to not eat in between meals. We are constantly led to believe that we must snack. Snacks bring in more money. You have to give your digestive system time to rest and recover ESPECIALLY when you're older. Our bodies aren't as efficient as they were when we're were younger. Eating healthy food also makes this possible. Junk/processed food does not.
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    Thanks for the heads-up on this book, Mark. Gonna check it out.
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    Forgot to mention that I still have not gone back to any type of fast/processed food or soda or sugar of any kind except a little Ketchup here and there. At this point it's just too easy.....and to screw it up now would be foolish. It's kinda hard at first but just keeps getting easier and easier as time goes on.
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    Since my last post in this thread, I've lost a little over 20 more pounds for a total of close to 100lbs since March of 2020. I've increased my resistance training with dumbells and resistance bands in addition to my frequently labor intense job. Still intermittent fast and generally Keto but mostly low-carb. I've upped my protein consumption and started supplementing with creatine. Went down another pant size to a 36 waist whereas my biggest was a 46. My two biggest downfalls.....pizza and burritos.....are almost completely out of my diet but not quite. It just keeps getting easier and easier. Temptation is like a thing of the past. Good luck to you guys. Stick with it because it's totally worth it.
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