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(   Man weighing 280 pounds finds female intruder in home. Tackles and sits on her until police arrive.   ( divider line
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24002 clicks; posted to Main » on 17 Sep 2004 at 1:30 PM (13 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2004-09-17 12:32:29 PM  
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2004-09-17 01:33:29 PM  
What is a good weight for a 6'2" person?
2004-09-17 01:33:32 PM  
I guess he "hit" it?
2004-09-17 01:33:37 PM  
Thread's over. TheWizard wins. I don't know why that's so damn funny, but it is.
2004-09-17 01:33:45 PM  
She got Rizzaped!!(Pwned)((defeated))
2004-09-17 01:33:52 PM  
Heh. Funny.
2004-09-17 01:34:03 PM  
jsutice isn't blind, justice is fat
2004-09-17 01:34:25 PM  
He should have hit it.
2004-09-17 01:34:39 PM  
TheWizard, you read my mind!
2004-09-17 01:35:28 PM  
worst. break-in. ever.

/had to be done
2004-09-17 01:35:38 PM  
I bet he enjoyed every minute of sitting on her.. I don't think he could get a woman in a womans prison with a fistfull of pardons!
2004-09-17 01:35:41 PM  
GIS for "sit on my face" (was trying to find a Monty Python pic)

Why oh Why
2004-09-17 01:35:41 PM  
What a visual.
2004-09-17 01:35:54 PM  
Crispy_Bacon What is a good weight for a 6'2" person?

I'm 6'2" and weigh about 198lbs. I'm told that the ideal weight is around 185 or so, but screw that.
2004-09-17 01:36:27 PM  
A beautiful story that makes my heart swell with happiness and satisfaction.
2004-09-17 01:37:22 PM  
Damn, I'm 210 and 6'2".

That's 25 I have to lose now...
2004-09-17 01:37:25 PM  
Did he later break into other people's homes to use the dryer? Might be a crime wave.
2004-09-17 01:37:27 PM  
Medical recommendation is 148 - 195 lb according to this link:

So he's somewhere 100 lbs over weight.
Now, that can change based on your frame size. I have a small frame, so my ideal weight at 6' is 160 lbs.

So what is second degree burglary? Did she not plan to rob until she suddenly found herself in his house by mistake?
2004-09-17 01:38:01 PM  

Is that a refernece to Atom Heart Mother?
2004-09-17 01:38:37 PM  
Thanks xJoe

You know when you are driving by a car wreck, and think to yourself, I shouldn't look, but then you do and you're sorry?

/I'm sorry now
2004-09-17 01:38:43 PM  
Nobody's said it yet? Ok,

2004-09-17 01:38:59 PM  
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2004-09-17 01:39:14 PM  
Im 6 foot even and weight about 200 but thats mostly muscle and my families large bones. Screw statistics..
2004-09-17 01:39:32 PM  
Kinda pointless to find an ideal mass. There might be an ideal density though if your fat to muscle to bone ratio can be factored. It usually involves a swimming pool somehow..

Back on topic. Let the fat do the work fellas.
2004-09-17 01:39:45 PM  
Crispy_Bacon: It depends on your build. I'm a bit over 6'2" and inherited my father's build--he looks like he's fresh out of Dachau when he's about 200 pounds.

170-190 is normal though, I'd guess.
2004-09-17 01:39:52 PM  
She is being held in the Linn County jail under $19,500 bond.

I want to see her held under 19,500 pounds. And not the British type. That'd be teh funny.
2004-09-17 01:39:53 PM  
Weight's a pretty mungible thing. I know a guy who's 6'4" and 250lbs who cycles, and could still use to gain weight. I also know a guy who's 5'9" and 220lbs., and it's all muscle from hiking, cycling, rowing, etc. I'm 5'9" and I weigh 155lbs, and the extra 10lbs on me is all on my belly.

So basically get on a bike and don't stop cycling until someone tells you to eat more. Or until you pass out.

/bike nerd.
2004-09-17 01:40:25 PM  
I would love for someone to try to beak into my home in Sherman Oaks. I don't even own any weapons...

I guess being 6'11" and shy of 300 helps
2004-09-17 01:40:36 PM  
I hope that he at least got the satisfaction of feeling her up while he waited, but she was probably a skanky tweaker who was too ugly to even be a $5 crack ho.
2004-09-17 01:40:43 PM  
Yeah, I'm 6'5" and all the "classical" charts I say I should be under 200 pounds. Yeah. Right.
2004-09-17 01:42:07 PM  
2004-09-17 01:42:16 PM  

The other good part of the story:

"Fisk's phone was out of reach so he yelled for help. After 20 minutes of sitting and yelling, a neighbor called 911."

Man of the Year Award for determination. "Somebody please call the police, or I'll have no choice but to eat this lady !"

2004-09-17 01:44:39 PM  
You want sit?

/well do you, punk
2004-09-17 01:45:14 PM  
I hope he farted while sitting on her.
2004-09-17 01:46:02 PM  
damn skinink, you always manage to crack me up. reminds me of the family guy where peter gets eaten by tony robbins(i think).
2004-09-17 01:46:58 PM  
Wasn't there a story a few months back about a large woman sitting on a would-be thief until the police arrived?
2004-09-17 01:47:19 PM  
I have done a bit of research on the height / weight issue. At 6'2" my ideal weight per these charts is supposed to be from 150 to 195 lbs, so I don't have much faith in them.

I was 150 lbs back in high school and I was built like a greyhound. I am currently 215 lbs, and I lift weights and do cardio consistently, and do not consider myself unhealthy. These charts don't take muscle into account.

Strictly following these types of generic charts, Arnold - the governator, in his prime would have been considered obese.
2004-09-17 01:48:22 PM  
You have to wonder what was going through that woman's mind during that. Not to mention what did they talk about? Because you know they probably didn't sit there all quiet like for 20 minutes.
2004-09-17 01:49:03 PM  
I'm 6'4 215 & not skinny or fat..... athletic build maybe? why do I feel like this is a personal ad.
2004-09-17 01:50:17 PM  
Big Bones, Big Boner...whatever. You are not big boned and you can help it. Lose some weight, you walrus.

6'0, 185 and in shape here, but not to brag, used to weigh 210 until I got sane.
2004-09-17 01:51:10 PM  
hell, I'm 6'9" and 185, I'm a rail.
2004-09-17 01:51:47 PM  
I'm 6'3". When I'm in top shape I weigh 188. When I'm too far gone I weigh 212. Currently 220. Some of that is upper body muscle since I started swimming, most of it is Dr. Pepper. I like having women sit on me.
2004-09-17 01:51:57 PM  
ok dudes, where is the picture of the guy in the fark t-shirt humpin the cone?
2004-09-17 01:52:38 PM  
Hero, LOL.
2004-09-17 01:53:09 PM  
Big dude named Fisk?

Wanted for questioning:

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2004-09-17 01:53:53 PM  
I had no idea George Michael had gained so much weight.
2004-09-17 01:54:10 PM  
I'm short, fat and ugly. Tripple Whammy
2004-09-17 01:55:09 PM  

That would be a funny conversation to hear.

The neighbors probably didn't call until she start yelling for the police to come also.

Detainer - Somebody call 911, need some assistance
Detainee - you can't keep me here, this is against my rights
Detainer - I don't remember when I ate last . . .
Detainee - What ? ? ?
Detainer - I'm feeling kinda hungry, you might have to get in my belly

/at least it played out funny in my head . . .
2004-09-17 01:55:41 PM  
Until my my 20s I weighed only 135 at 6'2". I looked... dead. At that size my head looked way too big for my body. I'm well over 200 now at 6'5" but a fair portion of that weight is muscle, as long as I'm under around 230 I feel that I'm healthy.
2004-09-17 01:56:05 PM  
"Fisk's phone was out of reach so he yelled for help."

Man that guy is sooooooooooo lazy he couldn't even get up to grab a phone. Fatty!
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