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    Steve Freides is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Rock View Post
    I spent almost my entire adult life (~age 22-36) as an overweight person. In the past 9 months I have lost 56 pounds and it's everything I thought it would be!

    I used to HATE shopping for clothes, but now that things fit me nicely, I love it. I love taking my shirt off and soaking up some rays. I love NOT sweating like a stuck pig. I love how much easier some things, like getting into a wetsuit and going diving, are now. I love the kind of looks I get from other people.

    But I guess I appreciate it because I had to, uh, work for it... Really, it wasn't that much work, and it was certainly easier than having my guts ripped out and re-arranged.
    Comrade D-Rock, Power To You for a job well done.

    My own opinion is that weight-loss surgery, like many other things in life, needs to be looked at on an individual basis. I know a few people who had it done after many years of trying and failing to lose weight by other means - most of them are very happy with the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveFreides View Post
    Comrade D-Rock, Power To You for a job well done.

    My own opinion is that weight-loss surgery, like many other things in life, needs to be looked at on an individual basis. I know a few people who had it done after many years of trying and failing to lose weight by other means - most of them are very happy with the results.

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    KBNJ.COM - Steve Freides, RKC Team Leader
    Bravo! That shows some perspective that is missing in some posters. Some of our Comrades need to realise that if one could eat less and exercise a little bit, one wouldn't reach a body weight of, say, 300 lbs. or 400, for that matter. If you say that someone you know (or you yourself) did it, then I say, "Great, but you are in a tiny minority! More than 95% of obese people can't do it!"
    BMI--Fat Loss For Life
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    There is an RKC in every surgeon (like me, as a random example).

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