I'm 15 and I can easily beat my mom. I mean, she's pretty strong, but I have really put on muscle in the last year or so, seemingly naturally too. I've still never wrestled her, but I can beat both of my sisters, which are both pretty strong, especially my 22 year old sister. Now I actually want to arm wrestle my dad, although I'd most definitely lose because he's crazy strong. He's about 5'6 175 and can lift over 110 pounds with one hand above his head and raise and lift it as if it were a 5 pound dumbbell. I'm quite strong as well though, so I expect to be able to beat him in a few years.
I just have to say something. I doubt that women die in greater numbers at the hands of their husbands than men die in war. Let's see, in World War I approximately 9 million soldiers died, in World War II approximately 25 million soldiers died, and in the Second Sino-Japanese War approximately 4.5 million soldiers died. That's not counting another 29 million wounded or missing soldiers in World War I. And again, these numbers are purely soldiers, no civilians. And that's just three wars, there have been scores more in which millions more have died, adding to that 38.5 million from the three mentioned wars.
Yeah..some females are so insecure with their strength and gender overall that they have to mess with the results to make them entirely unreliable.
Yeah..it's pretty obvious really. Males just get a lot of natural muscle. I, for example, only exercise about an hour a day but I'm quite strong. I'm 15 and only weigh 120 pounds (54 kg) but I can press (standard press) over 220 pounds (100 kg). It sucks that my weight bench only goes up to 220 pounds...
What has President Bush done to warrant imprisonment? I realize he may have done some disagreeable things but so has every president the United States has seen since its inception. The number of US military personnel lost in the current war may be something people would like Bush imprisoned for, but I really don't think he deserves it. No matter what the war was for, bad or good, those that enter the military should always keep in mind the possibility of death, that is why there are so many incentives provided by the government. I don't mean to sound rude and don't think that the loss of lives should be disregarded and forgotten but one should never meet death unexpectedly, especially in the military. I know there are many other absurd reasons for Bush's imprisonment but they are just that: absurd. Believing that Bush has allowed toxic waste to be spilled upon the lands in Iraq and is exposing US military personnel to it is simply a ridiculous notion. There have also been beliefs that Bush could have done better with the Katrina disaster and the flooding of New Orleans, and maybe he could have, but it is not his sole responsibility to manage natural disasters. Either way, I feel that the government as a whole responded well enough and despite the fact that they may have been able to do more one shouldn't expect the government to be a superhuman power able to fix any and everything immediately, after all they are only human as well. There are many other beliefs as to why Bush should be imprisoned but I will not address them because there are far too many. All this coming from a person with somewhat liberal to moderate views that greatly disagrees with Bush and many of the decisions made by the Bush administration, so don't say I'm a total conservative republican (which I definitely am not), I'm simply logical.