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Thomas7 wrote:


LLegend4eva wrote:


Has anyone got a nuke here? I've only got nuked once, maybe twice? Who the hell is that confident that they can consistently get a nuke? It's just not that practical, the most practical being the UAV. Seriously, I always shake my head when i'm playing with people who have even or negative kill to death ratios and would greatly benefit from a UAV, as they must fail to get their presumably lofty killstreak rewards. I don't know why you wouldn't take the UAV, if you have a terrible or average kill/death ratio. The UAV makes the game so much easier, no guess work involved, even if people aren't on it for whatever reason (coldblooded perk), that's still a small percentage and you generally see where the enemies are.

My friend has gotten over 20 nukes.


ha...is it weird I thought this had something to do with cereal and the runs at first...just some kind of new slang term haha
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CnCsion wrote:


Mr_mike527 wrote:


CnCsion wrote:


cameroncrazies02 wrote:


It really doesn't have anything to do with the cereal or milk or anything you're eating in particular. It's the fact that you're eating in the morning. If you're up before your "required" 8 hours of sleep, your digestive system isn't fully digested yet as it is the most active at night (hence why you burn calories while you're sleeping), so when you're not fully digested, add in some food and you're going to get the runs.


But when you're in your young 20's your body doesn't even require 8 hours, now they believe it is only 7 hours when you're younger. I also don't think that every night I sleep I get less than 7-8hours of sleep, some nights sure, but every night? Because in the last 4 months my cereal:runs ratio is 100%


7 hours when you're younger? Everything I've read says that when you're teenage and in the early 20's, you need more sleep than later in life, because your mind is developing and that takes a lot of energy.


When you're really young-like from birth until 15-20 or so I think it's 8 then it goes down to 7 until you're 40 i think and then it goes back up to 8 and then when goes up to 9 when you're 60 (i think, i read it in a magazine 2 years ago) this could be wrong though, that was back when the "8 hour rule" was first being questioned.



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It really doesn't have anything to do with the cereal or milk or anything you're eating in particular. It's the fact that you're eating in the morning. If you're up before your "required" 8 hours of sleep, your digestive system isn't fully digested yet as it is the most active at night (hence why you burn calories while you're sleeping), so when you're not fully digested, add in some food and you're going to get the runs.
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cameroncrazies02 wrote:


It really doesn't have anything to do with the cereal or milk or anything you're eating in particular. It's the fact that you're eating in the morning. If you're up before your "required" 8 hours of sleep, your digestive system isn't fully digested yet as it is the most active at night (hence why you burn calories while you're sleeping), so when you're not fully digested, add in some food and you're going to get the runs.


But when you're in your young 20's your body doesn't even require 8 hours, now they believe it is only 7 hours when you're younger. I also don't think that every night I sleep I get less than 7-8hours of sleep, some nights sure, but every night? Because in the last 4 months my cereal:runs ratio is 100%
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CnCsion wrote:


cameroncrazies02 wrote:


It really doesn't have anything to do with the cereal or milk or anything you're eating in particular. It's the fact that you're eating in the morning. If you're up before your "required" 8 hours of sleep, your digestive system isn't fully digested yet as it is the most active at night (hence why you burn calories while you're sleeping), so when you're not fully digested, add in some food and you're going to get the runs.


But when you're in your young 20's your body doesn't even require 8 hours, now they believe it is only 7 hours when you're younger. I also don't think that every night I sleep I get less than 7-8hours of sleep, some nights sure, but every night? Because in the last 4 months my cereal:runs ratio is 100%


7 hours when you're younger? Everything I've read says that when you're teenage and in the early 20's, you need more sleep than later in life, because your mind is developing and that takes a lot of energy.
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LLegend4eva wrote:


Has anyone got a nuke here? I've only got nuked once, maybe twice? Who the hell is that confident that they can consistently get a nuke? It's just not that practical, the most practical being the UAV. Seriously, I always shake my head when i'm playing with people who have even or negative kill to death ratios and would greatly benefit from a UAV, as they must fail to get their presumably lofty killstreak rewards. I don't know why you wouldn't take the UAV, if you have a terrible or average kill/death ratio. The UAV makes the game so much easier, no guess work involved, even if people aren't on it for whatever reason (coldblooded perk), that's still a small percentage and you generally see where the enemies are.

My friend has gotten over 20 nukes.
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cncsion
Mr_mike527 wrote:


CnCsion wrote:


cameroncrazies02 wrote:


It really doesn't have anything to do with the cereal or milk or anything you're eating in particular. It's the fact that you're eating in the morning. If you're up before your "required" 8 hours of sleep, your digestive system isn't fully digested yet as it is the most active at night (hence why you burn calories while you're sleeping), so when you're not fully digested, add in some food and you're going to get the runs.


But when you're in your young 20's your body doesn't even require 8 hours, now they believe it is only 7 hours when you're younger. I also don't think that every night I sleep I get less than 7-8hours of sleep, some nights sure, but every night? Because in the last 4 months my cereal:runs ratio is 100%


7 hours when you're younger? Everything I've read says that when you're teenage and in the early 20's, you need more sleep than later in life, because your mind is developing and that takes a lot of energy.


When you're really young-like from birth until 15-20 or so I think it's 8 then it goes down to 7 until you're 40 i think and then it goes back up to 8 and then when goes up to 9 when you're 60 (i think, i read it in a magazine 2 years ago) this could be wrong though, that was back when the "8 hour rule" was first being questioned.
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[link=http://www.cdc.gov/sleep/how_much_sleep.htm]http://www.cdc.gov/sleep/how_much_sleep.htm[/link]

There is a better graph if you scroll down on this page (source page for the first link) - [link=http://www.sleepfoundation.org/article/how-sleep-works/how-much-sleep-do-we-really-need]http://www.sleepfoundation.org/article/how-sleep-works/how-much-sleep-do-we-really-need[/link]
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