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    Quote Originally Posted by ss01
    Quote Originally Posted by B5150
    youth is wasted on the young
    ...and this post shows wisdom beyond the posters very numerous years...
    thing is it took me all those very numerous years to understand just what that saying really meant.

    Old age comes much too soon and wisdom much too late

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior
    But we won't have prostate or mental issues for a while
    oh ! hmmmmm wait till you get there you might have early ol' timers...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior
    But we won't have prostate or mental issues for a while
    well, prostate, anyway
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    Another well needed area. Thanks dudes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuffs
    Another well needed area. Thanks dudes.

    Says the man who's reverted back to being a teenager
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    this is where we older gents get to gather and bitch about getting old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJA
    Says the man who's reverted back to being a teenager
    Hey, I'll share my stories with you bastards...LOL. Not everyday I get all this recent attention from younger ladies. And... owe it all to AM, who saved me from being a fat ass almost 40 year old divorced dude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WATERLOGGED
    oh ! hmmmmm wait till you get there you might have early ol' timers...lol
    I'll be oaky for the next decade or so
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    We Old Farts can have our uses. I don't know how many guys I have introduced to Beta-Sitosterol, Green Tea, NAC, ALCAR, RALA, Policosonol, RYR, Celery Seed, Garlic etc. It must be as many as I have started on BP Rack Extensions, Weighted DIPS, DB Pullovers, MaxOT etc. When they see you getting it on in the gym they sooner or later have to ask, "How do you do it?", "Are you really that old?" I wrote the following recently on another board, but it fits here so I'll insert it;
    ".... in my view, all these 35 to 40 yr olds are, relatively speaking, just teenagers. I am and will stay, God willing, healthy for many more years. Thanks to my training, supplementation and diet, I enjoy a quality of life, healthwise, that 99% of my fellow seniors envy. To me, a 40 yr old, is a mature youngster making a committment to health and happiness for the next 60 years of their lives. They are not just making the typical teenager/20 yr old decision to get big and strong. A few years older and wiser, they are usually coming to grips with life and our mortality. While the former are often too young to make lifelong, lifestyle committments, the latter are really ready to make them and keep them. For those who go so far as to come here to this forum to discuss it, I like their chances and their choices. Nah, the're not too young, they're just coming of age!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchman
    ".... in my view, all these 35 to 40 yr olds are, relatively speaking, just teenagers. I am and will stay, God willing, healthy for many more years. Thanks to my training, supplementation and diet, I enjoy a quality of life, healthwise, that 99% of my fellow seniors envy. To me, a 40 yr old, is a mature youngster making a committment to health and happiness for the next 60 years of their lives. They are not just making the typical teenager/20 yr old decision to get big and strong. A few years older and wiser, they are usually coming to grips with life and our mortality. While the former are often too young to make lifelong, lifestyle committments, the latter are really ready to make them and keep them. For those who go so far as to come here to this forum to discuss it, I like their chances and their choices. Nah, the're not too young, they're just coming of age!"
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    In the company of your sort of character and wisdom it is always a pleasure and flattering to be called "kid", even, and more so, especially, at the age of 40. I will atest to the fact that at 40 I am finally equipt with the disciplines, resolve and mestery of my being to be the man that I had only dreamed I was when I was 10-15yrs younger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B5150
    In the company of your sort of character and wisdom it is always a pleasure and flattering to be called "kid", even, and more so, especially, at the age of 40. I will atest to the fact that at 40 I am finally equipt with the disciplines, resolve and mestery of my being to be the man that I had only dreamed I was when I was 10-15yrs younger.
    I'm no big deal, I just try to continue to learn, and to try what I learn that fits my age and objectives. In the process I get to meet and observe a lot of interesting troops. With respect to my post, you would make a great avatar to exemplify my observations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WATERLOGGED
    i'm in better shape and stronger now at almost 44 then when i was younger .....ahh so take that youngsters !
    Same here and I look f-ing great, too. Course my eyesight ain't what it used to be either.
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    I'm in the same boat as well. I look better now at 38, then I did when I was 28, or ever for that matter. In fact, due to my change, I even look 5 years younger. I feel great too.
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    You magnificent bastards.....I hope I look as good as you guys when I'm old
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