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I am 47 and don't have any known issues with low testosterone. I recently switched from weightlifting to swimming as a result of a herniated disk. I have been swimming since January. After a few weeks of working up to it, I found I could typically swim about 3/4 of a mile at lunch. I warm up and then swim freestyle to a count-down lap timer - I typically do 50 yards (down and back) on 50 second splits. At that speed, I definitely get tired, and typically end my workout due to fatigue.
I definitely prefer books like "One million sequential numbers" as the story always steadily progresses. By comparison this book is just so and so.
This book is definitely written for a decimal-reading audience. A native reader of hexadecimal would run into many confusing misunderstandings, whereas a reader of octal or binary would probably not even understand most of the book.
Nice picture. I do wish there was more 4K content out there to see how good it could be. My only real complaint is the off viewing angle. Plain and simple, it stinks. This TV was to replace a smaller Panasonic TV which I love, with a fabulous IPS screen that can be viewed from almost anywhere in the room. It is now in my bedroom. I was unable to find a Panasonic TV with the size/features/price I wanted. It seems my dream TV is not sold in the USA. For some reason it is only available in Europe, so I purchased this Samsung. I like it but not sure I love it . I do like it better than a smaller 1080 Samsung that I also own. I wish I had looked more closely at the LG TV's that do also have an IPS screen like my beloved Panasonic.