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Al Horford's little brother

Postby FunnGun » Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:03 pm

:lol: :lol:





Some are saying this is his little brother but I've never seen him, so I don't know. Funny kid regardless.
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby urg8rb8 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:06 pm

Do you blame the kid??? Lol
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby tillsb » Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:07 pm

What kid are you guys talking about, I'm really confused.
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby Sasquatch Gator » Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:10 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby O&BGator » Fri Nov 23, 2012 4:07 pm

Sasquatch Gator wrote::lol: :lol: :lol:

:lol:
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby O&BGator » Fri Nov 23, 2012 4:07 pm

Sasquatch Gator wrote::lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby rogdochar » Fri Nov 23, 2012 4:21 pm

Now & I mean at this young age, If dad just "wound" up that
chain-swing & let it spin, he would be greatly increasing that child-to-adult's inner-ear balance-coordination system to match the best
of athletes. It's a test-discovered science-fact. Spinning lots,
longtime, and fast.

Make a home swing over a tall tree limb. Have a strap-in seat, (a
car-seat fine). With the tall/long rope the swing will unwind-spin
longer (= better) and you can pull it back further/higher (= better).
Swing the youngster higher, longer motion-sweep,longer unwind spin.
Do this for as many years as the youngster likes it.

This improves the inner ear system together with the SMARTER
BRAIN of MORE dendrites/axons connections demanded to
analyze/decipher all that swing's extra-input.

And what benefits will the parents gain = a child that can breeze
through their homework, make good grades, behave better/happier,
have greater curiosity for all types of learning. All that from a simple
tree swing. Also never get motion sickness unless alcohol impaired.

Always remember, the main ingredient in human senses resides in
those specific brain areas (modules). A colorblind person's organ-donor
eyes transplanted to a recipient, and the recipient sees color.
Because HIS brain-module (for color interpreting "sight") was normal
at that train-terminal cross-track switching area module.

Main point, the more stimulus input, the more fibers grow out to deal
with it all. The more 'reach-out' branching active nerve fibers you can develop = the better handling of everything in the response-land
outside us = all environments (society's demands).

I kid (your kid) not. You see those commercials on flash cards & such
to help your baby read early. That's based on new brain plasticity
science. Go for it ! There are optimal "time-windows" and they are
in early life. Don't let'em pass.

How is this sports related. That twisting high flying chain-swing will
give your son (& daughter) a natural perfect swing of the bat, timing
of grounders & fly balls.... and a lot more smile-worthy achievements.
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby I Have No Friends :( » Fri Nov 23, 2012 4:27 pm

rogdochar wrote:Now & I mean at this young age, If dad just "wound" up that
chain-swing & let it spin, he would be greatly increasing that child-to-adult's inner-ear balance-oordination system to match the best
of athletes. It's a test-discovered science-fact. Spinning lots,
longtime, and fast.

Make a home swing over a tall tree limb. Have a strap-in seat, (a
car-seat fine). With the tall/long rope the swing will unwind-spin
longer (= better) and you can pull it back further/higher (= better).
Swing the youngster higher, longer motion-sweep,longer unwind spin.
Do this for as many years as the youngster likes it.

This improves the inner ear system together with the SMARTER
BRAIN of MORE dendrites/axons connections demanded to
analyze/decipher all that swing's extra-input.

And what benefits will the parents gain = a child that can breeze
through their homework, make good grades, behave better/happier,
have greater curiosity for all types of learning. All that from a simple
tree swing. Also never get motion sickness unless alcohol impaired.

Always remember, the main ingredient in human senses resides in
those specific brain areas (modules). A colorblind person's organ-donor
eyes transplanted to a recipient, and the recipient sees color.
Because HIS brain-module (for color interpreting "sight") was normal
at that train-terminal cross-track switching area module.

Main point, the more stimulus input, the more fibers grow out to deal
with it all. The more 'reach-out' branching active nerve fibers you can develop = the better handling of everything in the response-land
outside us = all environments (society's demands).

I kid (your kid) not. You see those commercials on flash cards & such
to help your baby read early. That's based on new brain plasticity
science. Go for it ! There are optimal "time-windows" and they are
in early life. Don't let'em pass.

How is this sports related. That twisting high flying chain-swing will
give your son (& daughter) a natural perfect swing of the bat, timing
of grounders & fly balls.... and a lot more smile-worthy achievements.


Used to unwind on the tire swing all the time as a child, still have motion sickness. Still, nice effort on the post.
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby BoomTown » Fri Nov 23, 2012 5:01 pm

I Have No Friends :( wrote:
rogdochar wrote:Now & I mean at this young age, If dad just "wound" up that
chain-swing & let it spin, he would be greatly increasing that child-to-adult's inner-ear balance-oordination system to match the best
of athletes. It's a test-discovered science-fact. Spinning lots,
longtime, and fast.

Make a home swing over a tall tree limb. Have a strap-in seat, (a
car-seat fine). With the tall/long rope the swing will unwind-spin
longer (= better) and you can pull it back further/higher (= better).
Swing the youngster higher, longer motion-sweep,longer unwind spin.
Do this for as many years as the youngster likes it.

This improves the inner ear system together with the SMARTER
BRAIN of MORE dendrites/axons connections demanded to
analyze/decipher all that swing's extra-input.

And what benefits will the parents gain = a child that can breeze
through their homework, make good grades, behave better/happier,
have greater curiosity for all types of learning. All that from a simple
tree swing. Also never get motion sickness unless alcohol impaired.

Always remember, the main ingredient in human senses resides in
those specific brain areas (modules). A colorblind person's organ-donor
eyes transplanted to a recipient, and the recipient sees color.
Because HIS brain-module (for color interpreting "sight") was normal
at that train-terminal cross-track switching area module.

Main point, the more stimulus input, the more fibers grow out to deal
with it all. The more 'reach-out' branching active nerve fibers you can develop = the better handling of everything in the response-land
outside us = all environments (society's demands).

I kid (your kid) not. You see those commercials on flash cards & such
to help your baby read early. That's based on new brain plasticity
science. Go for it ! There are optimal "time-windows" and they are
in early life. Don't let'em pass.

How is this sports related. That twisting high flying chain-swing will
give your son (& daughter) a natural perfect swing of the bat, timing
of grounders & fly balls.... and a lot more smile-worthy achievements.


Used to unwind on the tire swing all the time as a child, still have motion sickness. Still, nice effort on the post.

Yea, but NoFriends, it was the hitting the tree cranium first part that undid all the positive effects. :)
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby I Have No Friends :( » Fri Nov 23, 2012 5:08 pm

BoomTown wrote:
I Have No Friends :( wrote:
rogdochar wrote:Now & I mean at this young age, If dad just "wound" up that
chain-swing & let it spin, he would be greatly increasing that child-to-adult's inner-ear balance-oordination system to match the best
of athletes. It's a test-discovered science-fact. Spinning lots,
longtime, and fast.

Make a home swing over a tall tree limb. Have a strap-in seat, (a
car-seat fine). With the tall/long rope the swing will unwind-spin
longer (= better) and you can pull it back further/higher (= better).
Swing the youngster higher, longer motion-sweep,longer unwind spin.
Do this for as many years as the youngster likes it.

This improves the inner ear system together with the SMARTER
BRAIN of MORE dendrites/axons connections demanded to
analyze/decipher all that swing's extra-input.

And what benefits will the parents gain = a child that can breeze
through their homework, make good grades, behave better/happier,
have greater curiosity for all types of learning. All that from a simple
tree swing. Also never get motion sickness unless alcohol impaired.

Always remember, the main ingredient in human senses resides in
those specific brain areas (modules). A colorblind person's organ-donor
eyes transplanted to a recipient, and the recipient sees color.
Because HIS brain-module (for color interpreting "sight") was normal
at that train-terminal cross-track switching area module.

Main point, the more stimulus input, the more fibers grow out to deal
with it all. The more 'reach-out' branching active nerve fibers you can develop = the better handling of everything in the response-land
outside us = all environments (society's demands).

I kid (your kid) not. You see those commercials on flash cards & such
to help your baby read early. That's based on new brain plasticity
science. Go for it ! There are optimal "time-windows" and they are
in early life. Don't let'em pass.

How is this sports related. That twisting high flying chain-swing will
give your son (& daughter) a natural perfect swing of the bat, timing
of grounders & fly balls.... and a lot more smile-worthy achievements.


Used to unwind on the tire swing all the time as a child, still have motion sickness. Still, nice effort on the post.

Yea, but NoFriends, it was the hitting the tree cranium first part that undid all the positive effects. :)


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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby itsgr82bag8r » Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:25 pm

FunnGun wrote::lol: :lol:





Some are saying this is his little brother but I've never seen him, so I don't know. Funny kid regardless.


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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby rogdochar » Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:36 pm

FunnGun wrote::lol: :lol:





Some are saying this is his little brother but I've never seen him, so I don't know. Funny kid regardless.


So 'FunnGuru" , are you with the CandyMan over to the side ? :rolleyes:
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby FunnGun » Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:48 pm

rogdochar wrote:
FunnGun wrote::lol: :lol:





Some are saying this is his little brother but I've never seen him, so I don't know. Funny kid regardless.


So 'FunnGuru" , are you with the CandyMan over to the side ? :rolleyes:

:embarrassed: holding the camera.
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby Swamp82 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 7:42 pm

Tell your what I would like to be holding and it ain't the camera or the tray of candy :flower:
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Re: Al Horford's little brother

Postby rogdochar » Fri Nov 23, 2012 7:50 pm

FunnGun wrote:
rogdochar wrote:
FunnGun wrote::lol: :lol:





Some are saying this is his little brother but I've never seen him, so I don't know. Funny kid regardless.


So 'FunnGuru" , are you with the CandyMan over to the side ? :rolleyes:

:embarrassed: holding the camera.


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