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Hilarious Lenny Henry sketch (reminder he loves calling fans racist for not liking his awful show) The two extremes of this is Top Gun, Karate Kid and new Star Wars. Showrunners- "We receive notes from people saying it brought their family back together" Article: Galad in stunning love triangle! "who is Galadriel in love with?" Director of She Hulk - 'was receiving voicemails from 9-year-olds begging to hear what happened next.' Tolkien "Superfans" from the previews proven to be paid shills, didn't even watch the show List of mind boggling quotes from the show So now the Hobbits are Irish & the Dwarves Scottish? I'm calling the plot now 99 reasons why Hidden is dumb. View all posts >


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"give you a complete back story of the truck driver" I think you missed one of the reasons why Duel was good. A big reason. The show was probably greenlit based on a meme that gained popularity, and how the fans talked about the movies. I think before the first series came out, the people involved talked about how popular Karate Kid still was, which got them thinking about bringing it back. Some fans intentionally talked about the happenings in Karate Kid as if they were real, and Karate Kid was a documentary. It's funny. And the show has taken that premise, so everybody in the show takes the whole Miyagi Do, Cobra Kai, Karate thing super seriously, which makes it even more enjoyable. They commit 100% to the whole mythos. Chat on Imdb boards, and other places on the internet, the video below was the inciting incident which gained traction, bringing a lot more fans out of the woodwork. That's why we had Jonny as the protagonist in the beginning, and Larusso was a dick. It wouldn't have worked if we didn't have Jonny, and his side of the story. Nobody wanted a Larusso story again, the fans wanted Jonny. Daniel was the real bully. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_Gz_iTuRMM&t=6s&ab_channel=J.MatthewTurner Apparently, a 15-year-old boy's penis is mentioned multiple times. Kinda gross. Hollyweird doing what it does best. " I am saying there's a difference between a hard-gainer and a non-responder." So you're not going to explain it in your own words then? "Also, you're rude and combative for no reason." You're the one arguing, clearly have no clue what you're talking about, but agreeing with what I say all the while. "some people's bodies just don't adapt." Over what time period? 1 week, 1 month or 1 year worth of weight training at an optimum level? "I'm going to drop this reply and add you to my ignore list." Because you realised you're out of your depth, and have been caught out? Goodbye troll. " I am saying there's a difference between a hard-gainer and a non-responder." erm, it's the same thing. Some people name it differently. People in the bodybuilding world, actual people in the field, with a life experience in building muscle, and training people to build muscle call them hard gainers. Oh, but please enlighten me the difference between a hard gainer and a non responder. I'd love to hear you explain it! You picked this point, you pointed out that there is a difference. Please, oh please, fully explain the difference! In your own words. No more links to blog post headlines. No more "trust me bro, just google it" YOUR OWN WORDS. If not, DO NOT REPLY! >Fact is You haven't presented a single fact. You presented a single BLOG post from a SOCCER MOM being paid per word! Which you didn't read, and only took the headline. >are committed to the idea that the exercise non-responder is a myth. haaa haaaaaa Hard gainers exist! 3rd time or 4th time I told you? Straw, clutch! haaa haaaaa > different people have different genetic potential So you're agreeing with what I said? >Other guys can workout like a madman, get everything right with their diet, and put in a sustained effort, and show little in the way of results. I can guarantee you have not spent a single minute in any gym. Your summations are at the most basic level. You fail to elaborate further than surface level. You FAIL to state timeframes for non-responders, weeks, months, years of training? Basically, you have little clue as to what you're talking about, and regurgitating stuff you've read from SOCCOR MOM BLOG POSTS. You just keep repeating the most basic level crap, without stating any timeframes on zero gains, weeks, months, years? Then repeatedly asking ME to "google". Dude, you should be the one googling. "just don't adapt" WRONG! Again, over what timeframe? Weeks, months, years? (DM me and let's swap instagrams, so you can show me your level of experience in weight lifting/bodybuilding, I can guarantee you have none) YOU STATED "some people's bodies just don't adapt." Unless they are diagnosed by medical professionals, and are confirmed to have a genetic condition, you are just WRONG! They DO ADAPT! I've done my research on hard gainers. I made no claim that they do not exist. Looks like you didn't read a single letter of what I wrote, but poured over a useless blog with a fine tooth comb. "some people's bodies just don't adapt." Even your article said that this is wrong. "Just don't" is a very strong way to put it. I gave exert from YOUR article which proved your claim wrong, but you chose to ignore. Here: >Still, for those non-responders who want to reap the full rewards of exercise, something as simple as modifying the workout will often kick-start results. >the idea that more exercise is the only way to ensure results isn’t exactly good news for non-responders. >Extending the time frame from which results are monitored — like waiting for 24 rather than 20 weeks to gather results Like I said above, hard gainers do exist, but sometimes it's not that you're a hard gainer at all, you're looking for results too quickly within weeks or a couple of months and proclaiming that you're a hard gainer. Still failing after the first 6 months your form is poor, your diet is poor, not doing enough, doing too much, blaming a self diagnosed medical problem as you stare at your phone on the bench press with enough weight above you to pump 30 times, and a number of other factors which could slow you down. You need to figure out what is right for your body first. Your body doesn't even know in the early stages, so newbies should just write off the first few months as a learning process for mind and body. "That is just one of my articles you will find on the topic." From a blogger who basically agreed with what I said. Persistence, diet, form, make sure everything is right, lift heavy 8-12 reps, and your body will respond. The human body is designed to adapt. With some people it just needs a nudge to kick-start it, then you are good and onto the next challenge when the plateau hits after newbie gains. Only rarely will Muscular dystrophy or other genetic diseases be a factor. From a blogger called Jill who looks like a soccor mom, at a Montreal newspaper. No thanks. One of her fitness articles on weight loss says: https://montrealgazette.com/health/diet-fitness/fitness-what-type-of-exercise-is-best-to-lose-weight >What type of exercise is best to lose weight? There’s little consensus about what type of exercise is the most effective at getting rid of unwanted pounds. I'm pretty sure it's cardio, Jill. Then she waffles on for paragraphs about using resistance bands, and dancing around the answer without admitting that it's cardio/aerobic exercises. Then eventually, she pulls a study into overweight people and weight loss through exercise. Study confirms that yes, it is indeed cardio. Which everybody knew anyway, and this could have been a 3-word article "It is cardio". Then she waffles for another few paragraphs. She must have a word quota on her useless blogs. In the article you pulled, she again waffles on about various stuff for her word quota, then basically agrees with what I said. >Still, for those non-responders who want to reap the full rewards of exercise, something as simple as modifying the workout will often kick-start results. >the idea that more exercise is the only way to ensure results isn’t exactly good news for non-responders. >Extending the time frame from which results are monitored — like waiting for 24 rather than 20 weeks to gather results I covered that "Hard gainers, you just need to persist, and check you're doing everything right. You could be doing too much and over training, or not in taking enough protein, or your form is poor." Persistence, make sure everything is right, and your body will respond. In a lot of cases people want fast results, and are looking for serious gains too soon, within a few months, from doing zero body building before that, then call themselves hardgainers. Results are slow. It takes years to build your body without the use of chemicals. Everything has to be perfect and finding out what is perfect for your body takes time to learn also. Once you hit that perfect spot, the gains will come faster until the next hurdle. After the newbie gains comes the plateau where you hit another dead end. Again persistence, then using your knowledge to perfect even more. Making more adjustments to your form, changing your routines as the body is used to the same old thing you're doing, even weighing your food, increasing protein intake and counting calories. "there does seem to be a small percentage of exercise "non-responders" who improve very little or not at all from training." Not at all? A bit disingenuous. Over what time frame are you taling, 5 weeks or 5 years? Not at all, zero results? The article doesn't even say hardgainers will not make any improvements. Slow progress in the first few months is what it says. Which is what body building is, slow progress, increments, and exactly what I'm saying, but you're determined to let it fly over your head. Same, watched it Christmas and it was a joy Maybe he has no interest in working out and happy the way he is. Then one year he'll get to play a boxer and get beefed up. "some people's bodies just don't adapt." Hard gainers, you just need to persist, and check you're doing everything right. You could be doing too much and over training, or not in taking enough protein, or your form is poor. Your body will adapt eventually, and learn to accept the muscle. Once you get over that hurdle of teaching your body that it is going to change, and you're not going to stop, it will adapt and in future be ready for the same drastic changes. If you've been lazy all your life, then hit the gym, the body needs some time to figure out what's happening and what it should do. Some people get right into it, some are hard gainers. Unless you're confirmed to have muscular dystrophy, but the chances of that are very, very slim. He used all his best ideas and has nothing left. And his movies keep getting greenlit because people are still interested in how bad it will be, or its marketed the right way to get people clicking on it for streaming, then you get a flow of people on social media giving good word of mouth because it was palatable and dumb enough for them to try it and enjoy, even though its low level bargain bin rubbish. It's something the masses don't usually watch, but short, and vapid enough to tickle their fancy. Shame it can't push them to try other, much better leftfield film's, give more worthy directors the money and take it away from Shamoflop. His name alone gets clicks from the masses, and clicks from people that should know enough to dismiss it as crap until proven different. View all replies >