How I Grew 6″ Taller in Just 3 Months

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One of my closest friends has been the same height ever since we were in the 8th grade.  I remember how he would give all the rest of us guys a bunch of crap because he was taller then us when we were 13-14 years old.  It’s all too obvious how important height is, especially for guys.  When you’re the tallest guy in the room you get more respect and you get more attention from the chics.  And because of those things you have more self-confidence.  This creates a cycle that you continuously benefit from. Unfortunately for my friend, he stopped growing around that same time, and I started.  HAHA.  I unknowingly thrust myself into the perfect situation/environment for physical growth.  I am not kidding at all when I say I grew over 6″ in 3 months.  I’m going to tell you how it happened for me.  I was 4′-11″ and 110lbs when my 8th grade year ended.   When I went back to school to start the 9th grade I was almost 5′-6″ and still 110lbs.  I shot up so fast that a lot of people didn’t even recognize me.

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There are 5 main factors that prevent most people from reaching their full potential.

1) Lack of Sleep

2) Wrong Posture

3) Poor Diet

4) No Stretching

5) Lots of Stress

I honestly, didn’t even know this when it happened for me.  I attributed my growth mostly to #3(DIET), but knowing what I know now, I see that it was a combination of all 5 of these things.

Here’s exactly what happened.  You may not be able to change your life in the same way, but you can totally change most of the factors that keep most people from reaching their full potential in the physical height department.

In the years leading up to my explosive growth phase, I lived with my mother.  She was a single mom, doing the best that she could to provide for me.  We lived in a city, and I went to schools with a lot of kids in them.  I had a poor diet, mostly due to the fact that my mother didn’t know much about nutrition, beyond the fact that we had to eat, and the simple fact that cheap food is normally not very nutritious.  I was an over-weight loaner type of kid, so my stress level was maxed out.  I was shy.  The only exercise I got was video games.  I missed a lot of school, because I’d play sick.  I just basically lived a fairly miserable existence until just a few months before the end of my 8th grade year in school.

Growing up, my mother and I would drive to my grandparents house for holidays, and basically any chance we could get away.  They lived about 45 minutes away in a little mountain town with a population of like 2500.

It was at this point that my mother asked me if I’d like to go and live with my  grandparents for a while.  She was changing jobs, and they offered to help out, and it just seemed like a good situation for me I guess.  I had no idea what a life changing experience it would be.

The first thing that happened was that the kids at the local school took to me like I was the greatest thing since sliced bread.  The first day at the school I was shocked when when these kids all wanted to know all about me.  Where I came from?  Why I had transferred?  This was my first true experience with the power of the unknown.  I was the new kid.  Instantly I took this opportunity to break free of my old shy ways and I became one of the popular kids in no time.  Turned out that the only thing holding me back was myself.

All 5 of the keys to physical growth were affected by moving to the country.

I found myself with nothing to do in the evenings, so I started jogging.  Well, OK, at first it was more like torturous run 5 seconds, walk 5 minutes, torturous run 5 seconds, walk 5 minutes. But it slowly turned into jogging.  I began a whole exercise regimen, copying what I’d seen other people do on T.V., including stretching to warm up.  Also due to the new country living I started getting to bed earlier.  So I unkowingly and totally accidentally had fixed 4 of the 5 things that were holding back my growth.

I was sleeping more.  I was exercising and stretching.  I was more self confident and far less stressed out, which I have no doubt led to better posture.  When your bashful and shy you tend to hunch over and try to hide yourself, but when your outgoing and self-confident you walk with your head held high and your shoulders back.

The last thing, and what I had really given all the credit to was my diet.  When I went from the city to the country, I also went from my fast food, cheap, unhealthy diet, to my grandfathers, ultra healthy, but just the way he was, eat from the ginormous garden diet.  My grandparents ate fairly normal breakfasts and lunches, but dinner was something else. My grandfather went through the depression, and I think it was partially because of that fact, that he would grow an enormous garden every year.  They grew green beans, lettuce, radishes, corn, squash, onions, potatoes, and tomatoes.   Those were the every year no matter what vegetables.  He would experiment growing other things too.  Every night for dinner we would have a meat(steak, hamburger, fried chicken, chicken fried steak), a salad(which consisted mainly of lettuce and my grandmothers authentic style italian dressing), and a starch(potato, corn, etc.).  But also included in the dinner table spread were all these garden fresh sliced vegetables.  I was already an “eater”.  But instead of being stuffed with quarter pounders and fries, I was filling up on raw, straight from the garden, life sustaining nutrients.  This diet was the key.  I have no doubt.  You simply can’t replace the amount of quality nutrients I was getting with a multivitamin.  But you can certainly try.  Raw veggies are the best.


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Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas

Terry Gilliam (Brazil, Twelve Monkeys, The Fisher King) directed this colorful, stylized, pseudo-psychedelic $21-million adaptation of the 1971 Hunter S. Thompson classic, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey into the Heart of the American Dream, about stoned sportswriter Raoul Duke, Thompson’s alter ego, on a wild drug-crazed road trip, a paranoid plummet into the belly of the beast, with his pal, lawyer Oscar Zeta Acosta. Originally serialized in Rolling Stone (November 1971), the book catapulted Thompson headfirst toward the Kerouac-Mailer-Capote pantheon and jump-started the entire movement of “gonzo journalism.” Carrying a suitcase of drugs, Raoul Duke (Johnny Depp with shaved pate) and his attorney Dr. Gonzo (Benicio Del Toro) drive a red convertible across the Mojave from L.A. to Vegas, where Duke has an assignment to cover the Mint 400 desert motorcycle race. As the drugs kick in, Duke ventures into voiceover, filling in the blank spots and narrative gaps. “This is not a good town for psychedelic drugs,” says Duke, but even so, they consume vast quantities, eventually escalating to ether. Duke notes that with ether “you can actually watch yourself behaving this terrible way, but you can’t control it.” The two trash their hotel room, and Gonzo goes back to L.A. Thinking the hotel room holocaust will lead to an arrest, Duke begins a drive back to L.A., but after an odd encounter with a highway patrolman (Gary Busey) and a telephone conversation with Gonzo, he returns to Vegas to cover the District Attorney Convention on Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs in the glitzy Flamingo Hotel. This time the drugged-out duo trash their Flamingo room. The crazed carnival atmosphere segues into a carney casino, Bazooko’s Circus, where a barker (Penn Jillette) spiels amid aerialists, clowns, and a rotating carousel bar. Gonzo worries over runaway teen Lucy (Christina Ricci), who paints portraits of Barbra Streisand. Soon the hallucinations begin: Duke sees Gonzo transmogrify into a demon with breasts on its back, and an acid vision of a Vegas bar features large legit lounge lizards (courtesy of monster makeup man Rob Bottin). Flashbacks depicting Duke’s intro to the drug scene jump back to love-Haight relationships in San Francisco’s Summer of Love. Cameos and guest stars include Mark Harmon, Cameron Diaz, Flea, Lyle Lovett, Harry Dean Stanton, Ellen Barkin, Tobey Maguire, and Hunter S. Thompson himself. The film features a Geffen Records soundtrack mixing rock of the period with Vegas lounge tunes. Over the years, various script adaptations came and went as did numerous talents; people connected with past efforts to film Thompson’s book include Martin Scorsese, Jack Nicholson, Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, and writer-director Alex Cox. Shown in competition at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
 This is the movie that sparked Johnny Depps swagger.  Top ten of all time .  Swaggalicious thumbs up.

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The Meaning Of It All, Or at Least Some Part of It – Swaggalicious

Its funny how when your a kid you always hear old people say things like “we didn’t do it like that back in my day” or ” you can’t even understand the music these kids listen to nowadays” or “you would have been the laughing stock if you wore your pants like that when I was in school”. Then as you get older, it really sucks, because you begin to realize exactly what they meant. But that’s alright, because there’s always going to be change. There’s got to be change, or we’d all die of boredom. Maybe making fun of other generations most beloved terminology, music, and cultural insights is one of the greatest parts of being human. When I was in the 8th grade I used to peg my pants. Yeah roll ‘em up tight as I could. Looked dumb as hell, in hind-site. I’ve seen pictures of my moms big old bell bottom jeans from the 70′s. I dyed my hair a variety of ultra neon colors throughout my high school years, settling on blue for three of the four years. Some people actually remember me as ” the blue haired kid”. We are an ever evolving race, us humans, and something that seems like the absolute bomb diggity today, will most definitely be completely ridiculous tomorrow. Our children are sure to embarrass us with their crazy music and clothing fads, just as we are going to make them want to disown us when we start forgetting where we are, or who we are.   Senility must be awfully valuable in some other dimension for our golden years, to more often than not, start with a heaping helping of it. God has a great sense of humor, I assure you. Proof of it is everywhere. Why do we call what doctors do “practice”. Of all the occupations in the galaxy they are the one that I would think should have all the practicing out of the way by the time they are operating on me or my family.

So music changes, clothing changes, and of course our preferred choice of the use of common, everyday words change along with it. We had hippies in the 70′s. We had the big hair bands of the 80′s. We got Grunge in the 90′s. And at some point around the turn of the century, but really becoming more and more prevalent in the last few years, we got swag.

According to the urban dictionary:

SWAG – The way in which you carry yourself.   Swag is made up of your overall confidence, style, and demeanor.   Swag can also be expanded to be the reputation of your overall swagger.

SWAGGER – Swagger is to to move with confidence, sophistication, and to be cool.   Swagger is to conduct yourself in a way that would automatically earn respect. To dress in a very stylish and fashionable way would suggest one is swagger.

SWAGGALICIOUS or SWAGALICIOUS – To be super fly, fresh, dope, and tight.  It also means to possess super hot style and to have that “special something” going on for you.

From my meager understanding of what I can only assume (which of course makes an ASS out of U and ME) is representative of our current urban youth, Swag is basically the current equivalent of what hip once was. Give or take some amount of sexiness that wasn’t included in the meaning of the latter. Now this is only my opinion, so if I’m way off on this, then I apologize. I’m simply trying to convey a little bit of misunderstood lingo into terms that make sense for those of us over the age of 18. My age is none of your damn business, but I’m just old enough to buy cigarettes. (x2) Then I would have to say that in my understanding of it Swagger is much more about how you carry yourself. How you walk. Your strut, or lack there of. Which leaves us with Swaggalicious. The be all, end all grouping of the whole kit and caboodle. Swaggalicious is being the ultimate epitome of what is sexy and cool. I believe that to be the best runway model you most definitely would have to be swaggalicious. But here’s the kicker. Swaggalicious is one of those things that positively has different meaning for different clicks, groups, or genres, and is used on a sliding scale. Therefore the actual level of swaggaliciousness is viewed differently from different angles and through varying sets of circumstances. In other words you can have two people wearing the same clothes, with the same accents, demeanors, and overall outlook on most things, and the tiniest of tiny little details would make one of the two appear to be supremely swaggalicious, and the other not so much. It is, as are many things, in the eye of the beholder.

On with it then.

Spewed upon the walls of this virtually solid walled, yet visually hollowed out box of a domain, named for what was previously explained, some other persons ( most likely me), opinions, views, problems, obsessions, and whateverinthehell else I feel like blurting out on my 15 inch Toshiba Laptop. I have at earlier times developed, or craftily created other websites for a variety of reasons, from business sites to blogs, but this one shall be my masterpiece. Although as with every masterpiece, it will take a while to get to the point of resembling anything even vaguely resembling mastery of any type.

Also, as is the custom of any business type venture, there is always an obligation to monetize. Our objective here at Swaggalicious is to bring our viewers the absolute best of what is available. Right here you will find some of the best movies, music, hacky sacks, guitars, t-shirts, jedi robes, and everything else you never knew you couldn’t live without. We will be continuously upgrading, updating, and otherwise changing and adding to the ever-growing stack of useless yet carefully selected and compulsively obsessed over garbage that is available for the consumers(you) viewing pleasure. So check back often. If you don’t see anything you like here the first time, there’s a better than fair chance, you probably won’t find anything the next time, but you should check back anyway, cause it’ll make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. And I promise to do my best to review and reveal a variety of the best quality, as well as the best value, in all of the things that I, as a consumer as well, find to be either entertaining, user-friendly, or in some other way appealing to one of the senses.

Last, but not least, I will offer up for your viewing pleasure examples of individuals with swagger in legendary amounts in their corresponding category.  Again, these are simply my opinions, so if you disagree, post a comment.  Tell me I’m a fool.  But at least try and back up you mutiny with even the shallowest of research, for I assure you, I do my homework.  It won’t be the weak appointed to be swaggalicious.  Only the worthy will be bestowed with this great yet somewhat misunderstood, and quite possibly completely worthless, social ranking.


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