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hinch said:
gooch_destroyer said:

This is the first PS console I'll have on day one. PS4 I waited til January of 2014, PS3 Christmas of 07, PS2 Christmas of 02, and PSone Christmas of 99.

Nice. As a long time PS gamer, I'm in the same boat. First time for me preordering a new PlayStation. This is one of strongest openings for PlayStation for sure. I was on board the choo choo train as soon as I saw Ragnarok announcement. I still can't believe the OG PS came out over 20 years ago! Time flies.


That's true. A good lift and form with lower weights is better than going heavy with bad form. Plus it lowers risk of injuries (had my fair share of those). Yeah, sometimes you can work too hard and burn too many calorie and not eating as much as you should to gain keeps you lean. Diet plays a massive role in goals. I don't know how gyms are like where you are but over here in the UK we have a limit of 1hour a session and it has to be booked in before.

For the first time I'm seeing real results so I'm real happy. Before even after 1 year of gym I wouldn't really see muscle gain, sure in the first month or so I was able to almost double the weight I lifted but I didn't know enough I guess.

Now at 36 I'm finally getting consistent gains.

About the time of purchase I improved the lag every time. PS1 I bought in 2000 (so PS2 already released), PS2 I bought in 2005 (little before PS3 was to be released), PS3 I bought in 2009 (so about mid life) and PS4 I was able to buy in early 2014 and would buy earlier if I had been to usa earlier (here is like double the price due to taxes), if my friend goes to USA by december or january I'll try to have he bring one.

padib said:
DonFerrari said:

I trained at home for like 5 months, its been about 2 months since gym reopened here. So during quarantine I was able to keep up muscle but gained some fat.

8 games from 4000 is a good number? And mostly games hardly anyone cares about?

I meant the opposite........ And that was exactly the joke. Don't take this so seriously.

Ok then. Didn't look much like a joke the way it was written, but well we may not get those.

duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"

Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"

Azzanation: "PS5 wouldn't sold out at launch without scalpers."