How tall are you?

Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Gruug, Oct 11, 2003.

  1. Sander

    Sander This ghoul has seen it all
    Staff Member Admin Orderite

    Jul 5, 2003
    6"2 and 110-120. Now I want that t-shirt. Hehe.
  2. Pipboy2000

    Pipboy2000 Companion to the Last Proton

    Sep 29, 2003
    Holy hell!!! 6'2' and 115!!!!!! thats insane!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOUR SKINNY AS HELL!!(no offense)
  3. Montez

    Montez So Old I'm Losing Radiation Signs

    Jun 20, 2003
    Phew, you guys are making me feel healthy. I'm 5' 11" and 155, and I thought I was skinny. I've probably got you all beat on paleness though: red hair+video game addict = pale as a corpse.
  4. Mr. Gabo

    Mr. Gabo First time out of the vault

    Oct 3, 2003
    about 1.80 meters, and around 90-95 kg

    dunno the conversions, that would be 6 feet and 180 pounds?
  5. KillaKilla

    KillaKilla Still Mildly Glowing

    Aug 9, 2003
    5'11", 117Lbs, negligable body fat... in season

    Usually I'm about 135lbs, but running 8 miles daily takes it's toll...
  6. Pipboy2000

    Pipboy2000 Companion to the Last Proton

    Sep 29, 2003
    Whos chasing you? And with what?
  7. [PCE]el_Prez

    [PCE]el_Prez Vault Fossil

    Apr 25, 2003
    Am i the only one that weighs more than 2 bills? hehe, thats ok, skinny people are easy to pick on :)
  8. Pipboy2000

    Pipboy2000 Companion to the Last Proton

    Sep 29, 2003

    HAHA!!!! Can't grab me through the computer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  9. Ozrat

    Ozrat Antediluvian as Feck

    Apr 2, 2003
    I'm 5' 13". :) Okay, okay, 6' 1" just to please those anal readers out there.

    Oh, and 160 lbs. Depending on what season it is of the year, that's either muscle weight from chasing down the kiddies at camp or fat weight from sitting in the library constantly.
  10. SkynetV4

    SkynetV4 Mildly Dipped

    Jan 25, 2005
    1.71 meters and I weigh about 140 pounds. *Sniff*, Myron could kick my ass.
  11. Gus

    Gus So Old I'm Losing Radiation Signs

    Jun 16, 2003
    I'm about 1.75, i think.
  12. DJ Slamák

    DJ Slamák Brain for eat. Not for think.

    Apr 2, 2003
    178 cm @ 91 kg. Im teh beached whale :cry:
  13. PipBoy2k

    PipBoy2k First time out of the vault

    Aug 27, 2003
    5'9"+ and 160 lb
    176 cm and 71 kg
  14. Pycnopodia

    Pycnopodia First time out of the vault

    Oct 9, 2003
    my height is about 185cm, and my weight is 80kg (60kg after taking a monster-dump)
  15. PsychoSniper

    PsychoSniper So Old I'm Losing Radiation Signs

    Jun 27, 2003
    5'3 and 200-210 pounds

    I'm not THAT fat, just got a slight gut.

    I can also leg press over .5 tons. I maxed at approx 1200 pounds.
  16. atoga

    atoga It Wandered In From the Wastes

    Apr 20, 2003
    President Woodrow Wilson summoned a special session of Congress in April 1913. His immediate objective was to confront the perennial tariff question, and he brought special attention to the matter by deciding to appear in person before Congress to make his appeal. He was the first president since John Adams to do so.[1] The joint session was a spectacular event. A huge crowd gathered and every seat in the House chamber was taken. Newspaper coverage was intense. Wilson spoke only briefly, but made it clear that tariff reform was needed, and that he would not be a party to a repeat of the embarrassment of the thwarted reform of 1894. The burden was clearly on Democratic shoulders because they controlled both houses of Congress for the first time in 18 years.[citation needed] Oscar W. Underwood of Alabama guided a reform measure through the House, but his counterpart in the Senate, F.M. Simmons of North Carolina, reverted to form and allowed numerous increases in rates to be added. Wilson, unlike many of his predecessors, took the offensive. He went to the Capitol and twisted the arms of backsliding Democrats; he also warned the public of the invasion of Washington then underway by scores of lobbyists. The president was successful with generating a public reaction. Angry constituents wrote their congressmen and demanded tariff reform.[citation needed] The Revenue Act of 1913 passed the House, 281 to 139, on May 8, 1913. Wilson used his patronage powers to guide it to Senate passage 44 to 37, on September 9, 1913. Politically it was considered a major triumph for President Woodrow Wilson. The 1913 Act established the lowest rates since the Walker Tariff of 1857. Most schedules were put on an ad valorem basis (that is, X% of the dollar value of the item). The duty on woolens went from 56% to 18.5%. Steel rails, raw wool, iron ore, and agricultural implements had zero rates. The reciprocity program the Republicans had been pushing was eliminated. Congress rejected proposals for a tariff board to scientifically fix rates, but did set up a study commission. The Underwood-Simmons measure vastly increased the free list, adding woolens, iron, steel, farm machinery and many raw materials and foodstuffs. The average rate was approximately 26 percent.
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