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View Poll Results: What shirt size are you?
Small 57 9.97%
Medium 161 28.15%
Large 176 30.77%
XL 112 19.58%
2XL 47 8.22%
3XL 19 3.32%
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Old 09-01-2006, 06:28 AM
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This is kinda a poll to see who is overweight and who isnt. :P hehe
Or it seems like that at least. We have too many overweights browsing ocremix.org! lol
Where are you drawing the line of "overweight"?

Just wondering
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Old 09-01-2006, 06:49 AM
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This is kinda a poll to see who is overweight and who isnt. :P hehe
Or it seems like that at least. We have too many overweights browsing ocremix.org! lol
Where are you drawing the line of "overweight"?

Just wondering
yeha because over 60% of us are smaller than X-large...
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Old 09-01-2006, 06:52 AM
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Medium, as reflected on the poll.

I just thought I'd tell you though, a sweatshirt would be much more appealing to than a shirt. But I'd get a shirt anyway, I suppose.

Just to repeat and accentuate what others said before me on the sweatshirt party.

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Where are you drawing the line of "overweight"?

Just wondering
Overweight - Over the optimal weight range suggested to keep your body in optimal health.

BUT - Obese - Overweight to the extent that it interferes with your body's normal functions and causes degradation in health; causes(is a) health risk(s).


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yeha because over 60% of us are smaller than X-large...[/sarcasm]
... And that's good? It's a health risk. 40% is too much. Any percent is too much. (Trust me: I had my own battle against weight. Still do, to some degree.)

Although many of that 40% are ordering X-large or higher because they simply like larger shirts...
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Old 09-01-2006, 07:13 AM
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i most definitley want a medium everything.
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Old 09-01-2006, 07:18 AM
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...huh. Normally I'd go with a medium, but sometimes those fit everywhere but in a certain area, so I'd probably lean towards large for comfort.
I'd fit your size of comfort anyday

...what?
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Old 09-01-2006, 07:18 AM
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I'm 1meter and 92 centimeter so i need XL for my length..

I'm quite skinny so i hope XL isn't like American xtra large people ;D
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Old 09-01-2006, 07:24 AM
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I'm quite skinny so i hope XL isn't like American xtra large people ;D
How... would it not be "like American xtra large"?

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Old 09-01-2006, 07:43 AM
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I think the shirt idea is good, but it would also help overclocked selling compilations of mixes in CD, an album of the best 20 tracks of the past year in overclocked choosen by everyone(not only judges). And those albums are sold cheap because they're only intended to get funds for overclocked and pay the costs of the discs.
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Not sure about the album idea. I'm more inclined to go with a dvd of the torrent, particularly for those who can't dl torrents for whatever reason, or who want an easy way to 'collect the set'. As for selling albums, the project albums would be more likely I think; eg KiC and DSoP (cos they're lossless, cd quality, etc).

Medium shirt for me, but probably a large hoodie. (I'm really glad these changes are happening; I've wanted to get some OCR merch for ages, but have heard alot about the pitfalls of the current store setup.)
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Old 09-01-2006, 08:10 AM
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Real men where a large.
Men who where a large:
Jack Bauer
Chuck Norris
Stephen Colbert
Jesus Christ
Steven Seagal
Master Chief
Han Solo.
Real men where a large.
What? Where a large WHAT?

I'm scared..
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