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Old 04-03-2009, 09:34 PM   #9
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How do you measure heart ?
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Old 04-03-2009, 10:00 PM   #10
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How do you measure heart ?
Most people go by weight, but I usually go by volume. Volume is a little trickier to measure than weight, but all you need to do is seal the heart up, submerse in water and record the volume of the water level rise. Going the extra mile and getting the volume measure is well worth it.
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Old 04-03-2009, 10:33 PM   #11
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Most people go by weight, but I usually go by volume. Volume is a little trickier to measure than weight, but all you need to do is seal the heart up, submerse in water and record the volume of the water level rise. Going the extra mile and getting the volume measure is well worth it.
You must have missed that he didn't say "How do you messure a heart."

I remeber this play vividly. Also that Bill B. challenged the play and the video reply shows the fumble went out of the endzone before it went out of bounds and SHOULD have been patriot's ball at the 20. that game made me a bit bitter as there were a number of highly questionable calls. Then again that entire season was bad. [The PI agaisnt seattle when the WR didn't actaully touch the defender. His arm was exnteded but there was no contact. ALso the Clipping penalty on Hasselbeck when he went fora tackle against the defender who was returning his INt. And lastly when Big Ben was CLREARLY short of the endzone on his QB run. There was a great video angle where he ball comes about 6" to a foot short of the goal line but the steelers got a TD. sigh]
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You must have missed that he didn't say "How do you messure a heart."
Uh... yeah... right.
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Old 04-03-2009, 11:16 PM   #13
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How do you measure heart ?
You put Tim Tebow at 99 and base everyone else off that. And I am not a Florida fan, for future reference.
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You put Tim Tebow at 99 and base everyone else off that. And I am not a Florida fan, for future reference.
You put John Elway at 100 [like Hester's speed] and base everyone off of that. I am a Montana fan by the way.

Watching his days at Stanford, the drive, and "the DIVE" in the superbowl agaisnt the packers are all good examples of giving it his all.
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Good points in this thread. You're absolutely right (OP) about how everyone on the field just stops immediately when a TD is scored. Very unrealistic.
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Most people go by weight, but I usually go by volume. Volume is a little trickier to measure than weight, but all you need to do is seal the heart up, submerse in water and record the volume of the water level rise. Going the extra mile and getting the volume measure is well worth it.
Still a smart *** Nice to see ya, Mike:P
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