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Tim McIntire
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Just a reminder to make sure your form and your mobility are on point when working out.  I was doing the Rite of Passage with bad posture and poor thoracic/scapular mobility, and now me and my ground up tendons get to do physical therapy for a while.  
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P.S.  Once the pain in my shoulders got bad, I switched to S&S, but the damage was done.  Plus, putting my weight on the post arm for the TGUs aggravated everything.  My real mistake was not stopping the workouts immediately once the pain started and getting my form sorted.
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Repurposed an old gate into a backyard #kettlebell platform now that it's getting warm (or at least not miserable) outside.  Sturdy enough for cleans and jerks, just wide enough for getups.
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I don't mention the fact that they smoke weed on their roof; they don't mention the fact that I sling kettlebells and shout cursewords.
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Super spoilers if you're not caught up; hilarious if you are.
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You have so much great stuff waiting for you, then.
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Come on, Sunday!
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This dude can PLAY.  He deserves to get rewarded.
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The first of many, I reckon.
 
Marty Hart from True Detective watches the Red Wedding
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!

"I won't avert my eyes, not again"

#TrueDetective   #gameofthrones   #redwedding  
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The best part of getting off Facebook is getting off the outrage train.
Too many debates about important issues degenerate into manufactured and misplaced outrage—and it's chilling free speech.
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Love this photo.
There has been a lot of debate in recent years about whether professional sports teams should change their Native American nicknames and logos...
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Josh Day hosting the hell out of the show last night at the Stone Church.
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Starting a campaign with all-new players this weekend.  My kids have played a few sessions, but the other players have never done a tabletop RPG.  Once we get everyone's characters rolled up, I was hoping to run them through something akin to a tutorial level in a video game.  Not a real adventure per se, but just a short something that helps them understand movement and combat and maybe a little puzzle solving.

Does anyone know of an existing set of encounters/resources that are designed for this?  I can just whack some stuff together, but wanted to see if something already exists.
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Excellent! Glad it worked out for you guys!
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So I'm getting organized to GM my first real campaign and trying hard to create the game world/experience I always wished I'd had.  For some reason, 3rd party stuff really appeals to me more than the Paizo/Golarion stuff.   Got Shadowed Keep on the Borderlands from Raging Swan and just bought Song of the Beast Gods from Xoth Publishing.  It's like I dig the Pathfinder system but am not crazy about the aesthetic, if that makes sense.  Any other old school type stuff out there I might like?
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Somehow I missed these last two suggestions.  I'll check them out now.  
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+Eric Turley, I know you'll be into this.
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World-weary vulgarian.
Employment
  • Self Employed
    Stand Up Comic, 1993 - present
  • Mottley's Comedy Club
    Owner/Talent Coordinator, 2008 - 2012
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Melrose, MA
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Medford, MA - Colorado Springs, CO - Santa Fe, NM - Boulder, CO
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Aggrieved girevik.
Introduction
A Colorado boy in New England, where I fish with flies, swing kettlebells, study the Dharma, run in the woods, and try to raise my kids to be superheroes.  I believe in the transformative power of the deadlift, the superiority of the designated hitter, and that A Prayer for Owen Meany is the best book ever.

I've been a comedian for 21 years and counting.  I'm good, but not famous, and I've finally accepted that's just the way it's going to be.



Bragging rights
Featured on NPR, Massachusetts foster parent, can do more pullups now than I could when I was 18.
Education
  • College of Santa Fe
    Theatre, 1989 - 1992
  • University of Colorado at Boulder
    I thought I was going to be a scientist, 1988 - 1989
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December 20
Joining MK Boxing was one of the best things I've done for myself in a very long time. I cannot recommend the gym more highly. I've done various martial arts over the years, and I've been an avid gym goer for about a decade, so I knew exactly what I wanted when seeking out a boxing gym. I had recently completed a Tough Mudder and considered myself in pretty good shape. The classes at MK have taken me to a completely new level of fitness, however, and I'm learning to kick a little ass in the process. The gym itself has everything I want - heavy bags, free weights, kettlebells, mat space, and even esoteric stuff like truck tires and sledgehammers. And every instructor I've worked with has been knowledgeable, friendly, and dedicated. Although I initially joined to learn how to box, I've drifted into the kickboxing classes and can't say enough good things about Bobby and Thong. Mike Knox and his wife have cultivated a top notch program. Mostly, though, the culture at the gym is what keeps me coming back. I was a little afraid that a gym that trains fighters for boxing, kickboxing, and MMA bouts would be full of knuckleheads, but the total opposite is true. Everyone there is friendly, supportive, and there to work HARD. In fact, when I was checking the place out, I noticed that everyone I saw was sweating like hell and in excellent shape. That's what sold me. So in short, if you want to learn how to box/kickbox/grapple, or if you just want to get in sick shape, MK Boxing is an excellent choice.
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