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dude i bench 350 and i only way 178 pounds and im 14 years old so dont call me weak ill outlift you all 6 days of the week bro i

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  • dude i bench 350 and i only way 178 pounds and im 14 years old so dont call me weak ill outlift you all 6 days of the week bro i

    dude i bench 350 and i only way 178 pounds and im 14 years old so dont call me weak ill outlift you all 6 days of the week bro i jus need a big ol whopper of a gun to take em down you know and a knife to process em with bro stop making me soundn stupid man

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    Just tell the deer how much you bench press and they'll fall over and field dress themselves

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    • #3
      We don't need to make you sound stupid, you're handling that very well all by yourself.

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      • #4
        I initially thought limiting access to guns might actually be the answer, but after reading this latest post I'm now throwing my support behind unlimited access to birth control ...

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        • #5
          kkok.... You mention in this post you are 14 years old. In your post about wanting a certain type of gun for killing deer you mention you were drunk when you wrote the post.
          At the age of 14, why are you drinking alcohol? Stop the drinking (of alcohol), go to school and get the best education you can get. Besides having a strong body; you need a strong mind.
          Attend all of your English and math classes. Your grammar and math are suffering.... big time. Just to give you a heads up, there are seven days in a week not six. Just some friendly advice bro.

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          • #6
            I've read your previous posts and you are obviously not as stupid as you now claim to be. I don’t really know what your game is, but I’ll play along. By the way, I bench 351, I weigh 177 and my weeks have 7 days in them. Plus, your girlfriend likes me way better. As far as the big ole whopper of a gun, I’m sure you have two massive ones on you right now. What else do you need? After you make the deer sit down, just slap it into edible parts.

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            • #7
              @4everAutumn,
              I think he accidentally switched those first two numbers.

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              • #8
                Sven---if there were only some way to make birth control retroactive-----

                By the way, I can easily lift over two thousand pounds and I'm smart enough to use the front end loader on my tractor to do it.

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                • #9
                  First off this has nothing to do with anything outdoors-wise. But 1.There is a difference from pushing weight on a machine than free weights. 2.If you are pushing that much weight there is no way your body is keeping proper form and 3. You should probably lighten up the load; arthritis at 30 years old won't be too fun.

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                  • #10
                    Hi...


                    I once bench pressed a HUGE anvil. It took two 2X8s and a chain hoist...but I got it on the bench...!!

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                    • #11
                      As a Marine of 70 yrs age; quit the fool heavy weights or face a life of pain. Get educated on guns at a training school and experienced hunters for guides or you may just kill yourself or someone else accidentally. Check with the NRA for a local trainer/course in guns and uses. Learn online or books about butchering game animals as it seems that you have NO knowledge of how it is done.
                      Schooling is a Must or learn to live with very little money or good friends that will not land you in prison !

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Pathfinder1 View Post
                        Hi...


                        I once bench pressed a HUGE anvil. It took two 2X8s and a chain hoist...but I got it on the bench...!!
                        My anvil was Only 168 pounds of forged steel with case hardened surfaces.

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