Inhuman Swill : Page 194
Why is my blog called Inhuman Swill? Because you can unscramble the pieces to make William Shunn.

R.I.P. Charles Sheffield

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Sunday's index

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204.0 and rising.

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Friday's index

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203.5 and falling.

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'Ware pr0n, BYU students!

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This quiz comes by way of [info]pould, of course. Who else?

Too bad "caffeine" is misspelled.
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Accurate to 0.5 pounds

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I've become a little obsessed with tracking my weight-loss progress, and so yesterday I bought a digital scale that also uses BIA—in other words, electrical resistance—to calculate body fat percentage. The body fat calculation is not guaranteed to be accurate, but it is promised to give consistent results so you can chart relative progress.

I've been stalled in the low 200s weightwise, and the inconsistent zeroing of our analog scale was making it hard for me to know how I was really doing on a relative basis day-to-day. Hopefully the digital scale will change that. By the way, I was 204.0 lbs this morning. The body fat percentage is my business.

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Just the two of us

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On another scary topic, Salon.com advice columnist Cary Tennis yesterday echoed my own thoughts about polyamory, but more articulately than I've ever managed:

Salon.com: Significant others

YMMV, and probably does, but he sure nails my own experience.

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New York's open wounds

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I looked up from my Visor to realize that the guy who had just say down across from me had a hideous open wound on his check, and blood running down his face. Then I realized it was Halloween and the wound was just makeup. Whew!

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R.I.P. Jam Master Jay

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Yum

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I seem to be getting the eggs down just fine. They're cold, but what the hell.

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