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radrider shimano's article
Mar 30, 2021 at 9:05
Mar 30, 2021
Video: Celebrating Larger Riders in 'All Bodies on Bikes'
Fatness is essentially an ignorance of shame felt from avoiding proper self care. That is a difficult and complicated thing to talk about with anyone living with that mindset. But I think it is better to stray on the side of body "shaming"(the shame is a normal feeling for being called out for treating your health poorly) than fat accepting(the easy way out). It is the same with mental illness. If someone is suffering from a mental illness I would hope someone would explain to them the dangers of ignoring illnesses and the benefits of seeking and embracing help by those who can.
radrider shimano's article
Mar 30, 2021 at 9:00
Mar 30, 2021
Video: Celebrating Larger Riders in 'All Bodies on Bikes'
@TrailFeatures: its not about loving them more if they become healthier.. Its expressing to them that they will be happier with themselves if they do. Not because how they look, but how they feel. Being overweight had an impact on your physical health. Issues with physical health always effect mental health.
radrider alicialeggett's article
Mar 29, 2021 at 5:50
Mar 29, 2021
Canyon & Orange Comment on Delays Caused by Blocked Suez Canal
@MaplePanda: Oh, looks like today they did exactly what I thought they should to..dislodge the stern and push it out of the way, and now continuing work to dislodge the bow.. No broken hull, no capsizing...You worry mongers are ridiculous people. truly. You get what you pay for starting a comment on this website.. @Inertiaman I was never posing questions to "mountain bikers". I was expressing the questions I have with regards to the headlines I have seen.. and posting them in a news article about this incident which happens to be on a mtb site... You have put more time into explaining why my questions are ridiculous(they weren't) than me expressing my opinion...Every worry you expressed seems to be bullshit.
radrider alicialeggett's article
Mar 28, 2021 at 19:50
Mar 28, 2021
Canyon & Orange Comment on Delays Caused by Blocked Suez Canal
@ryd-or-die: You are all a bunch of pansies
radrider jamessmurthwaite's article
Mar 28, 2021 at 17:44
Mar 28, 2021
radrider alicialeggett's article
Mar 28, 2021 at 7:23
Mar 28, 2021
Canyon & Orange Comment on Delays Caused by Blocked Suez Canal
@ryd-or-die: "shows what you know about racism" that's your quote directed at me mr stupid
radrider alicialeggett's article
Mar 27, 2021 at 22:50
Mar 27, 2021
Canyon & Orange Comment on Delays Caused by Blocked Suez Canal
@ryd-or-die: light heartedly making fun of an accent is now deemed racism? Thats like calling someone a murderer for pinching you.
radrider alicialeggett's article
Mar 27, 2021 at 10:17
Mar 27, 2021
Canyon & Orange Comment on Delays Caused by Blocked Suez Canal
@Reno233: LOL. Lets just leave everything to "experts" and not discuss anything. By the way I doubt there are experts in the field of major ship removal from beaching accident in a canal.. there are teams of individuals with expertise in specialized fields of work that are being grouped together by companies which have the power and jurisdiction to assemble the teams designed to formulate their best conclusion. I just have a lot of questions that I dont see answered by the explanation given for why its taking so long. -how is balance an issue when 90% of the boat is floating and the area that is beached is only a very partial beaching with most of the mass still being held by its buoyancy? Would digging out the boat in any way actually cause an uneven load that could possibly capsize the ship when so little of it is beached? I can easily see how if a much larger amount of the boat was beached it could cause an uneven load to this top heavy ship. But this seems to be 10% or less of the ship, that has lost a small fraction of its buoyancy... Rather than say 50% of the ship being lifted 50% out of its buoyancy which would be very dangerous. -Danger to cracking the hull.. Is there any sign or report that the accident created beyond limit loads on the hull? And if not why the worry that digging out would cause catastrophic damage?
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