Somewhere between 6'2" and 6'4"

I'll figure it out one day...

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liberalsarecool:

"Inequality, whether political, economic, or social, violates our values as a nation." Equality needs protection. It will always be under attack by those who have more power. The free market will NOT enforce the protection of rights. It has to be told and constantly reminded by those we elect. 

"Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.” - Abraham Lincoln

liberalsarecool:

"Inequality, whether political, economic, or social, violates our values as a nation." Equality needs protection. It will always be under attack by those who have more power. The free market will NOT enforce the protection of rights. It has to be told and constantly reminded by those we elect. 

"Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.” - Abraham Lincoln

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Video games

I like playing video games. I like getting immersed in the game, not having to worrying about anything else. It’s just me and my opponent(s), trying to outwit each other to win the game. That’s why I hate it when people rage-quit. It really annoys me because I want to win just as much as the next guy, but I am still willing to admit that I have lost to someone better than me. I’m not the best at any game I play, but I am still willing finish the game even if I am getting my ass handed to me. You get better by going up against stronger opponents, right? You figure out their strategy and (eventually) how you can overcome it.

I started playing Madden again after not touching the game since January (I blame my thesis for that lol) and I was rusty, as expected. And then I got better as I kept playing. But then over the last week, a very, very annoying trend has been going on: I either lose to my opponent, or they rage-quit on me. I don’t think I have more than three wins where we finished the game. When they rage-quit, I am still awarded the victory, but it still leaves a salty taste in my mouth because I didn’t actually finish the game, and that person just showed that they don’t actually like playing the game; that they only like winning. I put way too much pride into everything I do, so even when I’m playing a video game, I expect to playing them at their very best. If my best isn’t good enough, then good for them, they outplayed me and deserved the win. If I outplay someone else, I expect the same amount of decency, knowing that I won against their very best. 

Essentially, I don’t like sore losers :P

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kghandiko:

not-your-typical-indian-guy:

hauntington:

biology is silly i already know what i’m made of. candy and disappointment

kghandiko you wasted 5 years learning about how I’m just made out of rage and cereal.

I’m going to assume the cereal you chose has nuts in it,…

Cheerios are kind of brown. Like that Mediterranean kind of brown….>.>

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not-your-typical-indian-guy:

hauntington:

biology is silly i already know what i’m made of. candy and disappointment

kghandiko you wasted 5 years learning about how I’m just made out of rage and cereal.  

I’m going to assume the cereal you chose has nuts in it, like Honey Nut Cheerios because they’re amazingly delicious. And that you add 2% milk because 2% is the way to go :P.

1) Cheerios are composed of carbohydrates and and a little bit of protein (from the nuts). I’m assuming that you’re adding milk to these Cheerios, which means you are getting more protein and a little bit of cholesterol. Proteins are composed of amino acids, and those are always fun.

2) Elevated testosterone has been shown to induce aggression, which can lead to rage if the aggression is unchecked. Testosterone is a cholesterol derivative which is a lipid. Your body can convert cholesterol into testosterone using steroidogenic enzymes, which are produce through translation of a specific region of DNA, which is composed of nucleic acids.

So when you are raging, I’m assuming it is because of increased testosterone levels due to the conversion of the cholesterol into testosterone after you have had a bowl of Cheerios with milk. The carbohydrates act as fuel for your raging, and the amino acids allow your body to repair itself after your cereal-induced rage.

I just broke you down into the basic macromolecules of biology

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