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I was right! -2

The various digressions I got into in my previous post on this thread has led me to write some more code to investigate another problem (mentioned briefly in earlier post) in more detail. But first I want to waste a … Continue reading

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I was right!

The idea for this post popped into my head through a series of connecting memories; IOW, I was doing something that triggered a memory and I quickly connected that to another idea/memory and then again. It’s amazing how fast one’s … Continue reading

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Time to get back on the wagon – 3A

Just a bit more to add to yesterday’s post about weight analysis. This shows most of my six months of attempt at maintenance (earliest data is a truncated set). The blue markers were where I was add just prior to … Continue reading

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Time to get back on the wagon – 3

… or as alternate title, another boring weight post. Back on this post I declared my intent to return to my weight control discipline as I was slowly slipping back up again and hit a threshold where I had to … Continue reading

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Programming post; can’t crosspost it

I spent a long time writing a post based on a simulation I was doing about certain behavior in an application I’m writing. I thought I’d be able to crosspost it here when I was done, but that doesn’t appear … Continue reading

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Time to get back on the wagon – 2

Now 12 days into my renewed discipline I have only a bit of progress to show. I’ve succeeded in building exercise back up, probably adding 300 cals/day burned, but this isn’t enough. Unlike my original major weight loss I’m having … Continue reading

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Time to get back on the wagon

For the past three months I’ve gone on my fanatical record keeping and weight control and I’ve paid the price. I have collected minimal daily weight (single reading from scale, known to be inaccurate, plus a single (first) weight tends … Continue reading

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