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let bodies hit floor
  • A corpse
  • (bodied) possessing or existing in bodily form; "what seemed corporal melted as breath into the wind"- Shakespeare; "an incarnate spirit"; "`corporate' is an archaic term"
  • The physical structure of a person or an animal, including the bones, flesh, and organs
  • The physical and mortal aspect of a person as opposed to the soul or spirit
  • (bodied) having a body or a body of a specified kind; often used in combination; "strong-bodied"; "big-bodied"
  • (body) invest with or as with a body; give body to
  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
  • a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"
  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk
  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story
  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity
  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
  • Bring one's hand or a tool or weapon into contact with (someone or something) quickly and forcefully
  • Accidentally strike (part of one's body) against something, often causing injury
  • the act of contacting one thing with another; "repeated hitting raised a large bruise"; "after three misses she finally got a hit"
  • (baseball) a successful stroke in an athletic contest (especially in baseball); "he came all the way around on Williams' hit"
  • (of a moving object or body) Come into contact with (someone or something stationary) quickly and forcefully
  • cause to move by striking; "hit a ball"
let bodies hit floor - The Primal
The Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation: A step-by-step, gene reprogramming action plan
The Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation: A step-by-step, gene reprogramming action plan
Primal Blueprint author Mark Sisson presents a fun, easy-to-follow, practical guidebook to help you "get Primal" in only 21 days. First, you'll learn eight Key Concepts that represent the most important day-to-day elements living Primally, then tackle five Action Items that will enable you to literally reprogram your genes toward a long, healthy, and energetic life. The Action Items are presented in a fun and life-transforming 21-Day Challenge, featuring daily diet, exercise, and lifestyle endeavors with corresponding journal exercises.
You'll transition out of the regimented, carb-dependent, fat-storing Standard American Diet (SAD), the chronic, overly-stressful exercise patterns recommended by Conventional Wisdom, and other health-compromising elements of hectic modern life. Instead, you'll smoothly implement the evolution-tested lifestyle behaviors of our hunter-gatherer ancestors to promote optimal gene expression.
By eating Primally, you'll transform from a carbohydrate-dependant "sugar-burner" into a "fat burning beast" as Sisson puts it, where the fat stored on your waist, hips, thighs and everywhere else becomes your body's preferred fuel source, and your energy, hormone, metabolic, and immune function are optimized automatically. With an intuitive mix of Primal workouts, you'll get exceptionally fit in only a few hours per week - and have fun while you're at it!
The Primal Blueprint 21-Day Transformation is stocked with photos, diagrams, concise section summaries, workout descriptions and pictures, resource lists for Primal-approved foods and foods to avoid, recipe suggestions, and detailed real-life success stories to help you stay confident and focused on your Primal journey. MarksDailyApple.com provides extensive support with thousands of articles on living Primally in the modern world.
Key Concepts
You really can reprogram your genes by the way you eat, exercise and live from day-to-day.
The clues to optimal gene expression are found in evolution: adapt the simple lifestyle behaviors of our (genetically identical) hunter-gatherer ancestors into hectic modern life.
Your body prefers burning fat over carbohydrates: Eating Primally will return your body to its "factory setting" as a fat-burning beast
80 percent of your body composition success is determined by how you eat - particularly your ability to regulate the wildly excessive insulin production of the Standard American Diet.
Grains are totally unnecessary: Grains (and legumes for that matter) offer minimal nutrition, a high insulin response, and contain anti-nutrients that promote inflammation and compromise digestion and immune function.
Saturated fat and cholesterol are not your enemy: They are critical to cellular health, hormone function and metabolism, and only cause problems when insulin production is excessive.
Exercise is ineffective for weight management: Energy burned during workouts is negated by increased appetite/caloric intake. A chronic exercise pattern results in burnout and compromised fat metabolism.
Maximum fitness can be attained in minimal time with high-intensity workouts. Brief, intense strength and sprint workouts promote optimal gene expression and broad athletic competency. You can get super-fit in only a few hours per week!
Armed with the secrets to healthy living, you'll take decisive action over your 21-day journey to:
Eliminate SAD foods that promote weight gain and chronic health problems.
Go Primal: restock your kitchen and implement winning strategies for shopping, dining out, and snacking.
Understand the spectrum of best to worst foods in each of the Primal food categories.
Implement Primal Blueprint Fitness workouts, blending frequent slow-paced movement, regular brief, intense strength workouts, and occasional all-out sprints.
Slow life down: enjoy the simple pleasures of "slow" food, intuitive exercise, focused work habits, relaxing evenings, and plenty of time for play, socializing, and sun exposure.
Unlike many complex, regimented, quick-fix programs, the Primal Blueprint 21-Day Transformation is a simple, sensibly-paced journey shaped by personal preference and a strong emphasis on enjoying comfortable modern life. The material is scalable for everyone, from Type-A fitness die-hards who might benefit from a more relaxed approach, to couch potatoes who need motivation to take that first step.
Mark Sisson guides you in a light-hearted, irreverent tone that will make you feel comfortable and inspired, and never intimidated. You can expect quick results in the first 21 days (fat loss, improved energy levels, fitness, and blood test markers), but your 21-Day Transformation is only the beginning of a life of ease and contentment that is possible when you live in harmony with your genetic expectations for health and longevity.
"While health and fitness is my life, I understand that many people are just too busy, too stressed, or perhaps even too intimidated - to make major lifestyle changes. The Primal Blueprint 21-Day Transformation book makes getting Primal easy, simple and totally do-able - no matter what your starting point is right now."
Gabby Reece - professional volleyball star, international supermodel, fitness celebrity, and busy mom
"After seven years of nagging diet-related illness, I felt completely recovered within one week of eating Primally - one week! I've experienced a breakthrough in energy and vitality that feels better than winning the lottery."
- Timothy Williams, West Los Angeles, CA
Lost 32 pounds from 5'9 A?" 185lb to 153lb, in 2 months
"With my insulin and blood glucose under control, I can go a whole day without food and still feel energized. I'm freaking happy all the time, and losing weight without really trying!"

- Tara Grant, Travis AFB, CA
Lost 82 pounds, from 5'9", 235lb to 153lb, in 18 months

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BS-5 -Let the bodies hit the floor- (6-3-9)
BS-5 -Let the bodies hit the floor- (6-3-9)
Jonathon Coage has snapped. His love, Esha. His family, Jenna, Simon, Leigh. His child, Tarin. The day his previous family was gunned down flashing into his mind as he walks forward, still deaf and keeping his rifle trained on her center mass now. His cool, blank, demeanor no fading as a tear rolls down his red flushed cheeks. He's standing over her as he reaches down and with one hand picks her up by her collar, sliding her up along the wall and holding her to it as he raises the rifle and presses the barrel to her cheek. He's screaming, his words coming out in a fast babble and crashing into eachother like a line of cars smashing one into the other "OUR FAMILY? *MY* FAMILY? DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA WHAT WE'RE GONNA DO TO YOU? ANY WHAT SO EVER? WE'RE GONNA MAKE YOU WISH FOR DEATH!" his breath his hot and droplets of saliva shoot from his mouth as he screams at the top of his lungs "YOU'LL FUCKING BEG FOR DEATH..' he presses the barrel harder into her cheek as he, his eyes locked to hers and aflame with pure hate "BEG ME!" Simon Netizen takes Roma's shot to the right thigh, and immediately drops, blood rushing from the wound at a scary rate. He yells, and immedately moves to cover the wound with his left hand, ascertaining pretty quickly that an artery may well be involved. Jon's words barrel through him like a freight train, and he ALMOST feels sorry for Roma. Good thing 'almost' is a fleeting moment. Remamian Takashi moves in further stopping suddenly as the gunfire rings out and simon falls. She kneels down as she hears coage yelling she raises above her voice barking to him as she presses into simons wound attempting to shunt the bloodflow "COAGE!! I SAID ALIVE GOD DAMN IT ... ALIVE!!!!!!!!!!" she then faces over and presses even harder into simons wound Roaman Enzo enters high into the talk he sees the bodies of his people littered on the ground. Ro first spots Simon. Ro moves along the wall USP at the ready and aimed sees Taiyou tending to Simon his eyes try to reach his friend , but is jolted by the yelling coming from the comms room and Taiyou yelling "ALIVE". "Everyone slow the fuck down. Jon you ok in there it's Roaman acknowledge your orders do you understand me Trooper?" His voice loud and pressing this wasn't the same men in the Park a few mintues ago. "Secure her and let's get to our people Trooper do you read me?" Johnathon Parx was right behind Ro, the other mans silent shadow. He didn't speak, didn't say much else, a well ordered, organized and well... at the moment there wasn't much difference between him and a machine at the moment, He was stickign close to Ro, makign sure things went right to plan. "SitRep everyone, what the fuck's goign on, one at a time and by the numbers." Esha Rajal watched the scene unfolding around her in increasingly slow motion, Jon screaming with his hand to the throat of the woman she had, at least previously, figured was pretty good. Maybe she was glad she couldn’t hear anything. Blood continued to pour from the open gunshot wound in her left thigh, her focus starting to shift in and out in waves, definitely not helped by that damn door slam to the side of her skull. She was dead weight on the ground, not moving despite the feeling that someone had been trying to shift her out of the way. Roma Paule hisses in pain as she's dragged up and pressed against the wall, leaving a dark trail of blood along it. She leans her face into the barrel of the gun and manages to smirk, her tail coming around to snake around Jon's right leg like a thing alive. "You won't. You can't. If he knows, Roaman wants me alive. Tell me it's not true, gorgeous. Tell me?" Her voice is a perfect calm, all traces of her fake Texas accent gone. Fear though...is indeed lurking behind her eyes. Tarin Perian gives up on trying to stop Esha's bleeding or drag her out of the way. Who knew someone so small could be so fucking heavy? She is wheezing herself, coughing blood from her nose that drained down her throat. She pushes back into the corner until she gets the all clear on the gunfire and nurses her cracked ribs and broken face in silence. Leigh Parx (Kayleigh Jigsaw) couldn't smell much beyond the blood still trickling from her busted nose. Her head hurt and she was dizzy. Vision wasn't very clear as she stood there for a moment wobbly on her feet and trying to figure things out. Her stomach clenched and heaved as she stumbled back a step just before the contents of said stomach got up close and personal with the floor. Jonathon Coage's ears are still ringing but hearing is coming back slowly. It's distant and garbled, he can't make it out. He watches Roma's lips move, but can't make out the words however he reads the look in her eyes like a book. His own lip quivers for a moment, his cheeks still flushed red, his hand squeezing the rifle's hand hard and pushing it further into her cheek before he let
Let The Bodies Hit The Floor.
Let The Bodies Hit The Floor.
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let bodies hit floor
let bodies hit floor
A judiciously-selected two-CD compendium of Peter Gabriel's finest moments, Hit offers a far more generous windfall than can be found on the only previous Peter Gabriel best-of selection, the 1990 Shaking the Tree. The devil, after all, is in the detail, particularly on the second disc (self-deprecatingly entitled Miss), which really traverses the whole gamut of Peter Gabriel's globally-visioned artistry. It includes recent soundtrack work (the haunting "Cloudless" from Long Walk Home: Music from the Rabbit-Proof Fence), material from 2002's sterling Up ("Signal To Noise", featuring a compelling vocal from the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and some ominous string arrangements, really does sound like a thinking man's Massive Attack) and goes right back to that fourth album when marrying the reticence of cold, synthesised new wave with insistent African percussion seemed like a good idea (it was). The first disc--including the MTV smash "Sledgehammer", anti-apartheid war cry "Biko", "Big Time" (interesting how the styles of Gabriel and his former group Genesis seem to converge at this time) and "Games Without Frontiers"--really speaks for itself, although with hindsight it seems the single-buying public-at-large had a particular taste for a certain kind of Peter Gabriel record. Universally excellent throughout, the collection is rendered even more desirable by the inclusion of three previously unreleased tracks: a live rendition of "Downside Up", a shorter version of "Blood of Eden" and "Burn You Up, Burn You Down", latterly included on a video game and initially earmarked for the Up album but jettisoned at the last minute. --Kevin Maidment

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