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2012-05-04 10:46:02 PM  

KrispyKritter: Tellingthem: I view BMI as a general guide not as a rule. I'm 6'3" and 170 lbs so my BMI is 21.2. I'm in the normal weight range. My roommate was a bodybuilder and still works out a lot. He is huge and i'm sure has a much higher BMI. But he is mostly muscle and is not obese. So I think that obsessing over it is silly but it is not all that bad as a general thing.

i'm your height and twice your weight. hello mr fatbastard my neighbors cheerily wave. can you imagine carrying yourself around all day?

/sound fat? i sound rotund!


Actually yeah. At my fattest i was 250 (so not twice but still 80lbs heavier). I'm still kind of shocked when i look back at pictures of myself. The usual story of fat, then skinny, then fat, then skinny, then fat, then skinny...now i think I'm pretty stable.
 
2012-05-04 10:47:01 PM  

Tellingthem: namegoeshere: Kids do not grow at one steady rate. It is completely normal for kids to gain weight first and then shoot up. The body prepares for a growth spurt by increasing apetite. If you catch a kid right before a growth spurt, they're going to be a little chubbier than they normally are. It's temporary.

How about, instead of focusing on BMI in children, we take crap lunch out of schools, and put gym and real recess (running around on big climby things) back in.

I think that is the most important thing. I think we would have revolted if they would have not had pizza day or chicken nugget day at our school. But then again we only had those at most once a week.

I still get cravings for a square of that sheet pizza from time to time. Big soft floppy crust with a few chunks of a pepperoni type substance, and a smattering of dried out crusty cheese type substance.


Remember how the two times you got a 3 side crust you looked down and realized bad things happen to everyone.
 
2012-05-04 10:48:58 PM  
Smalls.
 
2012-05-04 10:51:43 PM  
That kid's so fat he bleeds gravy.
 
2012-05-04 10:52:20 PM  

whizbang: gingerjet: my 145" 5'7" ass has 21% body fat

the other 79% is cellulite


I'm two inches taller than you, and ten pounds lighter. Oh, and female to boot. 21% body fat for 5'7", 145 lbs sounds about right to me.
 
2012-05-04 10:52:45 PM  
avatarfarm.com
 
2012-05-04 10:59:06 PM  

Gyrfalcon: Raspil: anyone who thinks the BMI chart/calculation is still relevant and accurate is stupid. like porn, we know obesity when we see it.

Why--aside from it's easier for the insurance fools--did we even go to BMI to decide if someone was "overweight"? What happened to the much more accurate body-fat percentage?

Yes yes, it's much more time consuming to measure one's fat at three body points and then average them together to discover that even though you have a "normal" weight you actually have a 44% body fat percentage; but isn't that better than comfortingly lying to yourself that your BMI is in the "normal" range?


This.

My BF% is in the mid to high 30's. That's dang high (as far as I'm concerned).

My scale tops me over 200lbs.

Nobody would ever believe that I weight that much by looking at me.

/nobody believed I weighed 170lb in high school...all muscle then though.
//working to get back there.
///BMI calcs have always ended up "high" for me, even in super shape.
 
2012-05-04 10:59:18 PM  
Sorry, rules are rules. To the ovens to be burned for fuel. Liberal Uber Alles.
 
2012-05-04 11:00:10 PM  

Third_Uncle_Eno:

yes sir.

/upon reading his reply in this thread, i can see what you mean.
// dafuq did i just read?


Yeah, that's his M.O. He posts barely understandable nonsense repeatedly until someone pays attention to him. And if no one bites at first he replies to his own comments.

It's one of those things that's easy to overlook, since he never actually posts anything of substance. You've probably grazed over some of his posts before without even knowing it. Of course now that it's been pointed out you won't be able to help noticing it. Much like the arrow in the FedEx logo.

/I might actually feel bad about pointing him out to you, but fark has an ignore function
//I'd be money he's on the shortlist of most ignored farkers, top 5 at least
 
2012-05-04 11:03:02 PM  

Tellingthem: namegoeshere: Kids do not grow at one steady rate. It is completely normal for kids to gain weight first and then shoot up. The body prepares for a growth spurt by increasing apetite. If you catch a kid right before a growth spurt, they're going to be a little chubbier than they normally are. It's temporary.

How about, instead of focusing on BMI in children, we take crap lunch out of schools, and put gym and real recess (running around on big climby things) back in.

I think that is the most important thing. I think we would have revolted if they would have not had pizza day or chicken nugget day at our school. But then again we only had those at most once a week.

I still get cravings for a square of that sheet pizza from time to time. Big soft floppy crust with a few chunks of a pepperoni type substance, and a smattering of dried out crusty cheese type substance.


At my son's school breakfast choices are:

-Cereal
-Oatmeal
-Poptarts

Guess what the lactose intolerant kids get to eat?

/yeah, we feed him before he goes to school.
//still find it ridiculous they consider "poptarts" a good breakfast choice.
 
2012-05-04 11:05:47 PM  

Ashtrey: Tellingthem: namegoeshere: Kids do not grow at one steady rate. It is completely normal for kids to gain weight first and then shoot up. The body prepares for a growth spurt by increasing apetite. If you catch a kid right before a growth spurt, they're going to be a little chubbier than they normally are. It's temporary.

How about, instead of focusing on BMI in children, we take crap lunch out of schools, and put gym and real recess (running around on big climby things) back in.

I think that is the most important thing. I think we would have revolted if they would have not had pizza day or chicken nugget day at our school. But then again we only had those at most once a week.

I still get cravings for a square of that sheet pizza from time to time. Big soft floppy crust with a few chunks of a pepperoni type substance, and a smattering of dried out crusty cheese type substance.

Remember how the two times you got a 3 side crust you looked down and realized bad things happen to everyone.


Heh we were usually so happy for pizza day it didn't matter. We would eat any part of it. The only thing better was when we got chocolate milk. That was rare enough and they usually ran out quickly. Then it was down to the usual blue or red milk.

Now here is a trip down memory lane. Of course we never got fancy pretzels or a container for our fruit salad.
epicwinftw.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-05-04 11:06:48 PM  

hardyz1: Bathia_Mapes: Be willing to bet that they used BMI, which should never be used when assessing a growing child.

That kid is most definitely not overweight.

The article says his BMI was between 91 and 97. Which makes absolutely no sense.


It's probably 91 and 97 percentile, which is how they usually measure children.

But I'm guessing the reporter didn't know what percentiles were... :\

And depending on his height, his growth rate, and his parents' builds, he could be in those percentiles and STILL be perfectly healthy. Which is something his pediatrician would know, not some well-intentioned pencil-pusher 3 cities over.
 
2012-05-04 11:07:07 PM  

Neondistraction: Third_Uncle_Eno:

yes sir.

/upon reading his reply in this thread, i can see what you mean.
// dafuq did i just read?

Yeah, that's his M.O. He posts barely understandable nonsense repeatedly until someone pays attention to him. And if no one bites at first he replies to his own comments.

It's one of those things that's easy to overlook, since he never actually posts anything of substance. You've probably grazed over some of his posts before without even knowing it. Of course now that it's been pointed out you won't be able to help noticing it. Much like the arrow in the FedEx logo.

/I might actually feel bad about pointing him out to you, but fark has an ignore function
//I'd be money he's on the shortlist of most ignored farkers, top 5 at least


And your disdain establishes why...

Sanctified much?

Missed much?

Top sasshole?

Choke on Indubitably, sasshole.

;)
 
2012-05-04 11:07:11 PM  

sharkbeagle: Sorry, rules are rules. To the ovens to be burned for fuel. Liberal Uber Alles.


Did you stroke out while writing that last three words?
 
2012-05-04 11:07:34 PM  

gingerjet: Kuroshin: Full Disclosure: I'm a fatty. 6'1" 185# ~18% body fat. I'm one of those dense-bone freaks though, so if I drop to 150#, I look like that starving African child upthread. Yes, this means I'm also horribly out of shape. What's sad is that I'm actually much thinner than most Americans. Scary.

According to my bathroom scale - my 145" 5'7" ass has 21% body fat. Which is complete bullshiat. Its closer to 15. But I don't depend on my scale for accuracy in this area - I depend on it to provide trending (since cycling season began - I dropped from 23% to 21% according to the fark'n scale).

/also strength train three times a week



Yeah, I just lucked out with mine. Happens to be within calibration. But holy crap, yours is amazingly out of spec. I'm more impressed as to how far off it is!



bobbette: Kuroshin: Full Disclosure: I'm a fatty. 6'1" 185# ~18% body fat. I'm one of those dense-bone freaks though, so if I drop to 150#, I look like that starving African child upthread. Yes, this means I'm also horribly out of shape. What's sad is that I'm actually much thinner than most Americans. Scary.

Yes, BF% is really the only useful measure.

If you look like a starving African child at 150, 150 is probably too low. Have you considered working on building some muscle before you try dieting more? You might be in skinny fat land (fat on top of not much muscle). Building muscle mass does have really unfortunate side effects, though. It makes you more attractive and requires you to eat a lot of tasty protein, and it also makes you more capable of impressing women and/or men with your awesome strength.



I have. I'm afflicted with a terrible disease known colloquially as "lazy piece of shiat" syndrome. I've got a weight bench. I've also got a motorcycle that is more torture rack than method of transportation. I ride twice daily for 20min at a stretch, which does indeed do wonders for my back and legs, but my weights gather dust because they're less interesting than my Steam games backlog (229 and counting...).

But yeah, I know what I need to do and what I should shoot for. I just can't get motivated. You know, the same excuse everybody else gives for not exercising. ;)
 
2012-05-04 11:10:14 PM  

PYROY: That fat fark can look forward to a short life of computer programming, being ignored by women, not realizing how ridiculous his goatee and ponytail are, attending renaissance fairs and discussing how awesome Dream Theater was with his similarly obese, pony tailed, loser friends.


Oh OUCH. That's my ex, my husband, me, my friends, and pretty much everyone I know. Yikes. :)

You should get some kind of award for that insult, cause it was spot-on.
 
2012-05-04 11:11:44 PM  

cuzsis: Tellingthem: namegoeshere: Kids do not grow at one steady rate. It is completely normal for kids to gain weight first and then shoot up. The body prepares for a growth spurt by increasing apetite. If you catch a kid right before a growth spurt, they're going to be a little chubbier than they normally are. It's temporary.

How about, instead of focusing on BMI in children, we take crap lunch out of schools, and put gym and real recess (running around on big climby things) back in.

I think that is the most important thing. I think we would have revolted if they would have not had pizza day or chicken nugget day at our school. But then again we only had those at most once a week.

I still get cravings for a square of that sheet pizza from time to time. Big soft floppy crust with a few chunks of a pepperoni type substance, and a smattering of dried out crusty cheese type substance.

At my son's school breakfast choices are:

-Cereal
-Oatmeal
-Poptarts

Guess what the lactose intolerant kids get to eat?

/yeah, we feed him before he goes to school.
//still find it ridiculous they consider "poptarts" a good breakfast choice.


Does the school day start that early now that they have to serve breakfast? The earliest I ever started was 7 and that was in high school for "zero" hour. They were classes you could take early to get a different hour off later in the day.

\And yes I consider poptarts to be an excellent breakfast choice. Count Chocula is still better though. I'm 35 and still eat it haha
 
2012-05-04 11:13:50 PM  

Kuroshin: But yeah, I know what I need to do and what I should shoot for. I just can't get motivated. You know, the same excuse everybody else gives for not exercising. ;)


I wouldn't normally recommend this for you, because you're ALREADY doing something (biking), but I have motivation issues something fierce, so I will suggest an easier solution is to have someone else make you do it. :) External pressure. For me, it's my new kung fu class (yes, I am going to talk about it again and again and again and again...). If I'm being "forced" to go somewhere, I'll do it. If I try to exercise in my house, I will do it about a quarter of the time.
 
2012-05-04 11:17:04 PM  

Tellingthem: I consider poptarts to be an excellent breakfast choice


I consider aspirins, coffee, and a spicy bloody mary to be an excellent breakfast choice
 
2012-05-04 11:24:39 PM  
Oi, 'e loves 'is froot 'n' veg, 'e does!
 
2012-05-04 11:28:00 PM  

ausfahrk: Oi, 'e loves 'is froot 'n' veg, 'e does!


DO you like the rattle?
 
2012-05-04 11:33:35 PM  

Indubitably: Neondistraction: Third_Uncle_Eno:

yes sir.

/upon reading his reply in this thread, i can see what you mean.
// dafuq did i just read?

Yeah, that's his M.O. He posts barely understandable nonsense repeatedly until someone pays attention to him. And if no one bites at first he replies to his own comments.

It's one of those things that's easy to overlook, since he never actually posts anything of substance. You've probably grazed over some of his posts before without even knowing it. Of course now that it's been pointed out you won't be able to help noticing it. Much like the arrow in the FedEx logo.

/I might actually feel bad about pointing him out to you, but fark has an ignore function
//I'd be money he's on the shortlist of most ignored farkers, top 5 at least

And your disdain establishes why...




I wouldn't call it disdain. More like morbid curiosity mixed with a touch of abject pity. Like the terrible car wreck that you can't help but look at.
 
2012-05-04 11:34:16 PM  
MySpace angle?
 
2012-05-04 11:43:53 PM  

Neondistraction: Indubitably: Neondistraction: Third_Uncle_Eno:

yes sir.

/upon reading his reply in this thread, i can see what you mean.
// dafuq did i just read?

Yeah, that's his M.O. He posts barely understandable nonsense repeatedly until someone pays attention to him. And if no one bites at first he replies to his own comments.

It's one of those things that's easy to overlook, since he never actually posts anything of substance. You've probably grazed over some of his posts before without even knowing it. Of course now that it's been pointed out you won't be able to help noticing it. Much like the arrow in the FedEx logo.

/I might actually feel bad about pointing him out to you, but fark has an ignore function
//I'd be money he's on the shortlist of most ignored farkers, top 5 at least

And your disdain establishes why...

I wouldn't call it disdain. More like morbid curiosity mixed with a touch of abject pity. Like the terrible car wreck that you can't help but look at.


Is that so from on high?

Staring down from yer SUV?

Accidents happen, no?

Gawker.

;)
 
2012-05-04 11:46:04 PM  

Tellingthem: Now here is a trip down memory lane. Of course we never got fancy pretzels or a container for our fruit salad.


Want to train kids to eat their greens? Swap out the pretzel, canned corn and fruit cup for a pita stuffed with fresh vegetables and fruits.

It worked magic for my nieces.
 
2012-05-04 11:47:55 PM  

hardyz1: Bathia_Mapes: Be willing to bet that they used BMI, which should never be used when assessing a growing child.

That kid is most definitely not overweight.

The article says his BMI was between 91 and 97. Which makes absolutely no sense.


but it explains the obesity claim. he must just roll everywhere he goes.
 
2012-05-04 11:50:16 PM  

Neondistraction: on the shortlist of most ignored farkers, top 5


moving from 5th to First Place tonight
 
2012-05-04 11:52:34 PM  
Roll small,

for your tread

rolls larger than you,

thank you, too.

;)
 
2012-05-04 11:53:09 PM  

Kuroshin: But yeah, I know what I need to do and what I should shoot for. I just can't get motivated. You know, the same excuse everybody else gives for not exercising. ;)


Motivation. Fark that sh*t! Just do it. Actually, if you like videogames, join Fitocracy. You can level up.
 
2012-05-04 11:58:04 PM  
It's coming to the U.S. soon. Well, unless Scalia stops it.


Mom is right. the school has no business sending "You're kid is fat" notices or going nanny state on lunches.
 
2012-05-05 12:08:32 AM  

SweetSilverBlues: Umfufu: Nah, mom's a ginger. It's ginger discrimination.

They have no souls.

It's been scientifically proven.


I figure my hot ginger girlfriend steals mine.

Eh. It's worth it.
 
2012-05-05 12:10:14 AM  

bobbette: Kuroshin: But yeah, I know what I need to do and what I should shoot for. I just can't get motivated. You know, the same excuse everybody else gives for not exercising. ;)

Motivation. Fark that sh*t! Just do it. Actually, if you like videogames, join Fitocracy. You can level up.



I like getting wasted so for exercise I like to ride my bike to interesting places to get wasted at.
 
2012-05-05 12:10:39 AM  
Biggest question about article is...

WTF is a "self-employed beauty therapist?" !
 
2012-05-05 12:10:39 AM  

whizbang: Neondistraction: on the shortlist of most ignored farkers, top 5

moving from 5th to First Place tonight


And nothing of value was lost.
 
2012-05-05 12:14:14 AM  

Neondistraction: whizbang: Neondistraction: on the shortlist of most ignored farkers, top 5

moving from 5th to First Place tonight

And nothing of value was lost.


So says the determiner of what is right and good in the world...

;)

P.S. To lose any piece of the world is to invite disaster, blind friend...
 
2012-05-05 12:15:03 AM  

Indubitably: Neondistraction: whizbang: Neondistraction: on the shortlist of most ignored farkers, top 5

moving from 5th to First Place tonight

And nothing of value was lost.

So says the determiner of what is right and good in the world...

;)

P.S. To lose any piece of the world is to invite disaster, blind friend...


P.P.S. Blind with the neon of life, indeed...
 
2012-05-05 12:18:38 AM  
Dammit, when I was four years old, I was 47" tall and 45 lbs. Everyone regarded me as skinny and I was. Here I am with my little brother, who was a year old at the time:

people.delphiforums.com

This kid is not overweight and anyone who says so if full of shiat.
 
2012-05-05 12:20:27 AM  

dennysgod: 3st 4lb is actually 46lbs (1st is 14lbs)

The US CDC growth charts puts a 4yr old in the 50th percentile at 36lbs, and put 46lb off the cart (the 99th percentile). His weight is the average weight of a 7yo.

By math alone this kid should obese, but judging by the pictures there's a fair amount of shenanigans going on, he looks too tall to be a 4 yo so either they giving us BS about his age to get in the papers, or he's just a really farking tall 4yo which would account for the extra weight.


Well, he might be 4, but almost 5. There's no way of knowing. I think what's going on though, is that he is just an unusually fast grower. Some kids just sprout up faster than others.
 
2012-05-05 12:23:01 AM  

Marine1: SweetSilverBlues: Umfufu: Nah, mom's a ginger. It's ginger discrimination.

They have no souls.

It's been scientifically proven.

I figure my hot ginger girlfriend steals mine.

Eh. It's worth it.




This comment is unsubstantiated without pics. Bonus points for cleavage.
 
2012-05-05 12:23:30 AM  

ANTENNANAUT: Biggest question about article is...

WTF is a "self-employed beauty therapist?" !


This is the defintion I found for "beauty therapist:

Their role is to examine what's behind a client's requests in order to cater to them in more than one way. For example, a client may have skin problems or back pain. In addition to giving them a facial or massage, a beauty therapist looks into what's causing the problem and educates their clients on how to care for the condition.

Their job can include: skin analysis, facial or body massage and/or aromatherapy treatment, electrolysis or waxing, manicures, pedicures, nail extensions, recommending exercise programs and nutrition, maintaining client records, and referring clients to specialized medical practitioners.
 
2012-05-05 12:23:32 AM  
Now mom on the other hand...
 
2012-05-05 12:31:50 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: a beauty therapist looks into what's causing the problem


ugliness?
 
2012-05-05 12:33:10 AM  

bobbette: From what I know gastric bypass it isn't what you'd consider safe. It's abdominal surgery on a patient that probably already has multiple health conditions that complicate surgery. Much easier to stop eating so much.


I agree about the surgery, but "stop eating so much" isn't particularly helpful. In my (no-medical-qualifications) opinion it's more important to be very selective about the types of food you eat:

- No alcohol (sorry, but there's a reason they call it a beer gut)
- Low carbohydrates (whose only purpose is to supply energy, i.e. calories)
- Low fat (duh, you're trying to lose it so don't eat a lot more of it)
- Adequate protein (too little = body breaks down its own tissues. Too much = just extra calories)
- Lots of "filler" vegetables like broccoli, lettuce, celery, cucumber, ... NOT rice, potatoes or anything starchy
- Lots of water
- Vitamin/mineral supplements as needed, to make up for what you'd normally get from food

The key to getting out of land-whale territory is to find a diet that forces your body to burn stored fat to support its basal metabolic rate. Even if your only exercise is hauling your own tub of guts back and forth between the bed, fridge, and toilet you can still lose weight rapidly with the right diet. Of course you do need some willpower to stick to it, but less than you might think (at least after your body has had a few days to adjust to the changes).

Weigh yourself every morning after going to the bathroom, before eating or drinking anything. Chart the results; there will still be some daily fluctuations up and down, but if you're doing it right you'll be able to see a clear downward trend within a week. The positive reinforcement of actually seeing progress will help you stick to the diet. Also read up on some of the metabolic processes associated with this sort of diet; keywords "ketogenesis" and "gluconeogenesis" are a good start.

Add exercise gradually, only as much as you can tolerate doing on a regular basis. If you don't like to play any sports then do something easy like walking for half an hour while listening to a podcast or audio book. While you're still "obese" (morbidly or otherwise) the focus should on be dropping the weight; once you're merely "overweight" you can start to worry about getting into better overall shape.

Again, the above is not medical advice. Talk to a real doctor, but don't go for something as drastic as gastric bypass surgery until you've at least tried a low-carb diet for a month.
 
2012-05-05 12:34:55 AM  

Indubitably: To lose any piece of the world is to invite disaster, blind friend...


Yeah, the world is much worse off now that we've effectively eliminated polio and malaria. I think I'll take that chance and make myself blind to your nonsensical ramblings.
 
2012-05-05 12:37:22 AM  

whizbang: Bathia_Mapes: a beauty therapist looks into what's causing the problem

ugliness?


:-D
 
2012-05-05 12:42:23 AM  

Tellingthem: Now here is a trip down memory lane. Of course we never got fancy pretzels or a container for our fruit salad.


And remember -- the corn's just a rental.
 
2012-05-05 12:58:59 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: whizbang: Bathia_Mapes: a beauty therapist looks into what's causing the problem

ugliness?

:-D


a bat?

*squeak*
 
2012-05-05 01:02:25 AM  

Ivo Shandor: bobbette: From what I know gastric bypass it isn't what you'd consider safe. It's abdominal surgery on a patient that probably already has multiple health conditions that complicate surgery. Much easier to stop eating so much.

I agree about the surgery, but "stop eating so much" isn't particularly helpful. In my (no-medical-qualifications) opinion it's more important to be very selective about the types of food you eat:

- No alcohol (sorry, but there's a reason they call it a beer gut)
- Low carbohydrates (whose only purpose is to supply energy, i.e. calories)
- Low fat (duh, you're trying to lose it so don't eat a lot more of it)
- Adequate protein (too little = body breaks down its own tissues. Too much = just extra calories)
- Lots of "filler" vegetables like broccoli, lettuce, celery, cucumber, ... NOT rice, potatoes or anything starchy
- Lots of water
- Vitamin/mineral supplements as needed, to make up for what you'd normally get from food

The key to getting out of land-whale territory is to find a diet that forces your body to burn stored fat to support its basal metabolic rate. Even if your only exercise is hauling your own tub of guts back and forth between the bed, fridge, and toilet you can still lose weight rapidly with the right diet. Of course you do need some willpower to stick to it, but less than you might think (at least after your body has had a few days to adjust to the changes).

Weigh yourself every morning after going to the bathroom, before eating or drinking anything. Chart the results; there will still be some daily fluctuations up and down, but if you're doing it right you'll be able to see a clear downward trend within a week. The positive reinforcement of actually seeing progress will help you stick to the diet. Also read up on some of the metabolic processes associated with this sort of diet; keywords "ketogenesis" and "gluconeogenesis" are a good start.

Add exercise gradually, only as much as you can tolerate doing on a regul ...


Maybe, but for me it was the eating and drinking too much part. Like i said earlier in the thread I used to weigh about 250 lbs. I started biking some but the big thing was i cut back on my drinking and started to watch how much i ate. I still ate what i wanted but made myself smaller meals and waited longer before eating more. It took me about 2 years to lose 80 lbs. But I still drink from time to time and eat whatever i want (just less of it). Another a big thing for me was getting my head together. (I had a few issues i had to deal with) But that was it, no fancy diets, or major exercise programs. Just moderating my life and behavior.
 
2012-05-05 01:02:58 AM  

Ivo Shandor: bobbette:
- No alcohol


I'm sorry but I don't understand this foreign language you are speaking.
 
2012-05-05 01:05:52 AM  
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2012-05-04 11:00:10 PM

Third_Uncle_Eno:

yes sir.

/upon reading his reply in this thread, i can see what you mean.
// dafuq did i just read?

Yeah, that's his M.O. He posts barely understandable nonsense repeatedly until someone pays attention to him. And if no one bites at first he replies to his own comments.

It's one of those things that's easy to overlook, since he never actually posts anything of substance. You've probably grazed over some of his posts before without even knowing it. Of course now that it's been pointed out you won't be able to help noticing it. Much like the arrow in the FedEx logo.

/I might actually feel bad about pointing him out to you, but fark has an ignore function
//I'd be money he's on the shortlist of most ignored farkers, top 5 at least


yeah, I've overlooked/grazed over him it seems, because today was the first day I noticed him. Also, I post more in music-related threads v.s. regular news ones.

"Much like the arrow in the FedEx logo."
lol I noticed that a loooong time ago

"/I might actually feel bad about pointing him out to you, but fark has an ignore function"
i'm so tired, I had to read this one twice. at first i thought you were adding me to your ignore list. lol
but yeah, will do.
 
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