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  1. It's an effort to keep kids from doing it. No flavored cigarettes in NJ either. They banned those years ago
  2. Since this same old topic is brought up every year, can we at least come to terms withe the fact that most of you, your spouses and your children have never had influenza. If you were laid up for 3-4 days, it wasn't the flu. If you toughed it out, it wasn't the flu. If you bounced back 72 hours later, it wasn't the flu. Influenza will knock you off your feet for a week. Be prepared for torturous body aches, bone rattling chills, fevers over 104, profuse sweating, the general sensation that you were just repeatedly hit by a dump truck and a host of other awful symptoms. After that subsides, get ready to enjoy another 2-4 weeks of feeling like you're not quite yourself and operating on about 50% battery. If you don't check all of those boxes off, you didn't have the flu. Just so we're all clear here
  3. I'd actually run away from what doctors recommend. They know virtually nothing about health, fitness, mental health, nutrition or overall wellness. They get paid because you're sick or unwell
  4. I know it sounds simple and obvious, but don't do that. Try to practice mindful eating just like you would practice any other type of mindful activity. Take a bite of food on your fork. What does it look like? What does it smell like? What flavors do you taste? What is the texture? Are there parts of it you like? Parts you don't like? What does it need? Be aware of what it is that you're doing exactly and enjoy the moment and it will help to slow you down This applies to eating and pretty much every other thing in the world
  5. Fasting is only part of that. The key is to make sure that your other meals are full of protein and fat. This will keep you satiated and not feeling deprived. If you're still eating bread, pasta, pizza, etc all the time, of course your'll binge because your body is still putting out the "starvation"signals. Slowly lower the carbs and increase the protein and fat during your meals. Start out with short fasts like 12 hours, then gradually increase to 14, 16, 18, etc. .
  6. I sat in a stand a couple weeks ago that I hadn't hunted in 2 years and the deer were everywhere. Unfortunately I had 2 come in behind me, downwind, and stand around spooked for 45 minutes without me being able to move a muscle. Deer were zipping around everywhere though. I was actually thinking of trying to make it out to that stand this afternoon, but I don't want to foul it up because I won't be able to get in the woods until 4:30 and that spot requires I get in a bit earlier. I have another piece that I can zip in to instead that usually only gets deer action in the last 15-20 minutes of daylight.
  7. Looks like a great spot. Good luck
  8. You're body is efficient at burning all of that "stored fuel" that you keep around your mid-section to keep you cranking all day.
  9. Least important meal if the day and all the research on fasting is proving it. Folks who fast for at least 14 hours straight are showing improvements in pretty much every single biomarker possible. I do 18hr fasts daily, with a 6 hour feeding window from noon to 6pm. Nothing but black coffee and water until I eat around 12-1pm. I've been whole food/ancestral/paleo for ten years now, with stints of keto mixed in. I'm about to embark on at least 2-3 months of pure carnivore diet to really push the boundaries snd see what it makes me feel like. Back to breakfast though...you probably don't need it unless maybe you're doing intense physical labor all day long or you have intense training sessions first thing in the morning
  10. Careful fellas...you're playing with fire
  11. Hey.  Do you guys stock gold tip hunter xt in .250 spine?  Thanks

    1. BobandAJsArcheryWorld

      BobandAJsArcheryWorld

      Call the store ask for AJ - 484-308-1552

      I know if they are not in stock he could probably get them.

    2. not on the rug

      not on the rug

      Ok.  Thank you

  12. I was thinking the exact same thing. He was probably just super excited about getting a new toy. Shit happens. No biggie
  13. That's the beauty of a working dog or a guardian breed. I used to do the same with my old rot. Never a leash unless absolutely necessary. He was glued to me, knew a million words and commands and was just a brilliant, intuitive animal. The downside of guardian breeds like corsos or boerboels is that they do maintain a bit of that guardian streak and I've seen or heard about tons of them lashing out against their owners at one point or another. I don't discriminate against any dog breeds, but dogs like that are not entry level dogs and should always be watched.
  14. That's almost how it works... Dog starts, pistol finishes, dog cleans up the mess. Corsos are beautiful dogs. More animal than most folks are prepared to own and train though...
  15. True. Some of the best broadheads out there are also being made from S7 and A2 tool steel too.
  16. Sorry. You are correct. 41L40 is not typically "tool steel." It is, however used for tool applications and other things like dies, piston rods, tie rods, axles, machine shafts and a host of other things. It can be hardened significantly. Yes. Bishop makes their heads from either 41L40 or S7. I think they make them in some sort of Stainless too. The 41L40 heads are a bit cheaper than their S7 heads.
  17. Yeah. I know.... Bisphop makes serious heads though. The dicing drills are 41L40 tool steel. They also make heads from S7 tool steel. They last forever, just shoot and sharpen as needed. They have a lifetime warranty, so if you ever damage one, you just send it back for a replacement.
  18. I have 2 Bishop Archery Dicing Drills for sale or trade. They are 1" cut, right bevel. The one on the left has been through 2 deer. The blades could use a touch up, but other than that, the head is fine. The one on the right has been shot in to a block 4-5 times to test flight and is perfect otherwise. Some folks like to put more of an edge on them than Bishop did when they made them. I have not sharpened either. These heads are not made by Bishop any longer, but can be purchased on their website by folks who had purchased them previously. They sell them at $236 for a 3 pack. http://bishoparchery.com/patent-pending-dicing-drill-collectors-only/ I'd do $80 tyd for both or trade for some .250 spine Gold Tip Hunter XT or maybe some Black Eagle Carnivores.
  19. I have 2 Bishop Archery Dicing Drills for sale or trade. They are 1" cut, right bevel. The one on the left has been through 2 deer. The blades could use a touch up, but other than that, the head is fine. The one on the right has been shot in to a block 4-5 times to test flight and is perfect otherwise. Some folks like to put more of an edge on them than Bishop did when they made them. I have not sharpened either. These heads are not made by Bishop any longer, but can be purchased on their website by folks who had purchased them previously. They sell them at $236 for a 3 pack. http://bishoparchery.com/patent-pending-dicing-drill-collectors-only/ I'd do $80 tyd for both or trade for some .250 spine Gold Tip Hunter XT or maybe some Black Eagle Carnivores.
  20. I agree with this 100%. When the terror and panic of an actual home invasion hits, you want her to be able to point and pull the trigger and be able to handle what's in her hand. No safety. No magazines. No racking a round. Point and pull. Repeat as needed.
  21. Nope. 4 posts for a deer carcass, 274 posts for a pissing contest. Reminds me of a joke I once heard. How many NJW&W Members does it take to dispose of a deer carcass? 3233. 1 to dispose of it and 3232 to argue about salami and turkey bait
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