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  1. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    Day 10 10mg sdrol 250mg test 12.5mg aromasin



    Notes: awesome day...perfect diet...great day at work...great gym time...now I just gotta keep this appetite this way and ill be a lean mean sexy machine ...aside from the lifting thing here's a little story...my daughter is 2.5 years old and sees me drinking my protein shake now and stomps around bc she wants some so I pretend to make her up one and shake it the same way (it's chocolate milk) and she loves it haha
    Too friggin funny!
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    aside from the lifting thing here's a little story...my daughter is 2.5 years old and sees me drinking my protein shake now and stomps around bc she wants some so I pretend to make her up one and shake it the same way (it's chocolate milk) and she loves it haha
    LoL, my daughter does the same thing. I just give her some drinks of mine.

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    Day 10 10mg sdrol 250mg test 12.5mg aromasin

    Day 1: of cutting

    Workout: shoulders abs and cardio...did side lateral raises, OHP, front lateral raises, decline sit ups and the ab machine...great workout decent pump...specially with no carbs...25 mins inclined elliptical (watched Roseanne) lol

    Diet: no idea how but I've been ripping the food up well over 3-4k cals a day well today I was dreading all day how hungry I'd be until my body adjusted...well I wasn't hungry at all today!! Simple diet...salad with grilled chicken...almonds...plain Greek yogurt...protein shake...egg white omelet...225g protein 25g carbs and the rest good fats...1980 cals

    Notes: awesome day...perfect diet...great day at work...great gym time...now I just gotta keep this appetite this way and ill be a lean mean sexy machine ...aside from the lifting thing here's a little story...my daughter is 2.5 years old and sees me drinking my protein shake now and stomps around bc she wants some so I pretend to make her up one and shake it the same way (it's chocolate milk) and she loves it haha
    Lol I do the same thing for my son (he's 4). I caught him doing his version of pull-ups hanging from the top bunk! Kids are so fun
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post

    Lol I do the same thing for my son (he's 4). I caught him doing his version of pull-ups hanging from the top bunk! Kids are so fun
    I take my son to this gym class with other kids on Saturdays. Today there was this 3 year old there, small for his age I think (my boy is 2 1/2 and towered over him). This kid pulled himself up on the suspended rings and was doing back flips with perfect landings. I was like WTF??? Amazing really. Kid must drink Prodigy before going to class. Lol right Ricky??
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    Vicki soto: she is a true hero and angel...if she was here today I'd kiss her! During the horrible tragedy on Friday this 27 year old angel hid her students in a closet when she heard gun shots and when the man came in she told him her kids were in the gym because she knew it was empty..but before he left he took her life...but all her student were safe she is a true hero
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
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    Vicki soto: she is a true hero and angel...if she was here today I'd kiss her! During the horrible tragedy on Friday this 27 year old angel hid her students in a closet when she heard gun shots and when the man came in she told him her kids were in the gym because she knew it was empty..but before he left he took her life...but all her student were safe she is a true hero
    More people should speak her name instead of that murdering bastards
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    I think Morgan freeman said it best in his quote floating around Facebook right now.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by PREracing25 View Post
    I think Morgan freeman said it best in his quote floating around Facebook right now.
    What's that?
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    “You want to know why {these shootings keep happening}. This may sound cynical, but here’s why.It’s because of the way the media reports it. Flip on the news and watch how we treat the Batman theater shooter and the Oregon mall shooter like celebrities. Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris are household names, but do you know the name of a single victim of Columbine? Disturbed people who would otherwise just off themselves in their basements see the news and want to top it by doing something worse, and going out in a memorable way. Why a grade school? Why children? Because he’ll be remembered as a horrible monster, instead of a sad nobody.

    CNN’s article says that if the body count “holds up”, this will rank as the second deadliest shooting behind Virginia Tech, as if statistics somehow make one shooting worse than another. Then they post a video interview of third-graders for all the details of what they saw and heard while the shootings were happening. Fox News has plastered the killer’s face on all their reports for hours. Any articles or news stories yet that focus on the victims and ignore the killer’s identity? None that I've seen yet. Because they don’t sell. So congratulations, sensationalist media, you've just lit the fire for someone to top this and knock off a day care center or a maternity ward next.

    You can help by forgetting you ever read this man's name, and remembering the name of at least one victim. You can help by donating to mental health research instead of pointing to gun control as the problem. You can help by turning off the news."
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by PREracing25 View Post
    "You want to know why {these shootings keep happening}. This may sound cynical, but here's why.It's because of the way the media reports it. Flip on the news and watch how we treat the Batman theater shooter and the Oregon mall shooter like celebrities. Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris are household names, but do you know the name of a single victim of Columbine? Disturbed people who would otherwise just off themselves in their basements see the news and want to top it by doing something worse, and going out in a memorable way. Why a grade school? Why children? Because he'll be remembered as a horrible monster, instead of a sad nobody.

    CNN's article says that if the body count "holds up", this will rank as the second deadliest shooting behind Virginia Tech, as if statistics somehow make one shooting worse than another. Then they post a video interview of third-graders for all the details of what they saw and heard while the shootings were happening. Fox News has plastered the killer's face on all their reports for hours. Any articles or news stories yet that focus on the victims and ignore the killer's identity? None that I've seen yet. Because they don't sell. So congratulations, sensationalist media, you've just lit the fire for someone to top this and knock off a day care center or a maternity ward next.

    You can help by forgetting you ever read this man's name, and remembering the name of at least one victim. You can help by donating to mental health research instead of pointing to gun control as the problem. You can help by turning off the news."
    Is this confirmed?
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    I thought it was, guess I would have to do some research. I know it was on a few different sites. My brother wrote something up on this tragedy also. I could post that. It's more on the mental health system in this country sucks.
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by PREracing25 View Post
    I thought it was, guess I would have to do some research. I know it was on a few different sites. My brother wrote something up on this tragedy also. I could post that. It's more on the mental health system in this country sucks.
    Its a great statement though. Its just that Facebook said Morgan freeman died before. Lok
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by cswalczakny

    Is this confirmed?
    I've seen it was said by Morgan freeman in several different places as well.
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    Lol il go grab my brothers post, it's good reading as he has suffered with terrible anxiety and depression. It's a good read as he is a pretty good writer.
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    I write this on a day where we have 20 less children and 7 less adults in the town of Newtown, Connecticut. I won’t post this tonight because for once, I wish to keep my opinionated mouth shut so we can keep these poor souls at the forefront in our memories.

    It’s the tragedies like this that make people really push for a change. Between news articles, Facebook, Twitter… everyone wants change so something to this extent never happens again. The ideas of change vary but it seems to be coming back to two main points. First there is the ever so popular gun control argument. I won’t go on and on about it because there is no rebutting against anyone who strongly believes there should be more gun control rights. They dislike guns, I like them. But this whole gun control fight is very similar to the fight against marijuana. Marijuana is illegal is most states but do people still do it? Oh hell yeah! You can make guns illegal for all citizens but the people who want them, will still get them. It’s simple as that. So there’s that.

    And then there is another push that I honestly hadn’t heard about until I moved down to the south. The second argument is that we need “God” back in our school systems. As a non-believer, I’m just not sure how to respond to this without sounding biased. In general I don’t believe it is something that is even possible because we live in a country where we’re able to practice what we believe. While the general idea of “a god” is agreed upon by most religions, the “God” that these people are referring to isn’t necessarily believed upon by all. Additionally, there are people who willingly believe there is no “God” and to push this belief which can’t be completely proven is like pushing the big bang or the theory of evolution which both can be proven on many different levels. But I digress. By putting “God” back into the school system doesn’t stop people from murdering just as it doesn’t stop people from having premarital sex and polygamous relationships. Additionally, believing in “God” won’t keep these children safe. Most religions believe that “God” has a plan for everyone and sometimes that plan does include being taken away at a brutally young age.

    But there is something that I haven’t seen commented on at all online and that is a subject that is very close to me. Mental health. At the time of writing, there are only rumors that the shooter had some sort of personality disorder but true or not, it’s at least obvious that his thought process wasn’t healthy being that he was able to kill his mother and a classroom of innocent children.

    I’ve been suffering from different mental health illnesses for most of my life and it has been virtually impossible to get under control due to the ill mental health network in our country. After these tragedies happen, we are more than willing to send professionals to help cope with this disaster but we never decide to take a proactive approach and try to do something before it even happens. Insurance with decent mental healthcare coverage is so expensive that it seems only the top 1% wealthiest people can easily afford it. Out of pocket cost for most sessions with a half decent psychiatrist is close to $100/hr which is pretty difficult to come by for most households especially when you require sessions for a year or longer on a weekly basis.

    I pay $127/mo for my insurance for what I consider a half decent plan. For that $127/mo, I get a $3000 deductible and coverage for just myself. That’s a little over $1500 for a year of coverage and that is before ever seeing a doctor. Now if I need to go see a psychiatrist/psychologist for my anxiety or depression, they cover 20% of 3 visits. That comes to about $240 out of pocket for those three visits. Anyone who has seen a psychiatrist would probably agree that 3 visits doesn’t “fix” you or teach you how to completely cope with your illness. In my honest opinion, 6 months of visits on a weekly basis would still be quick but we’ll use that as an example here. 6 months of visits would be roughly 24 visits total with the first 3 visits semi-covered which comes to 21 visits at $100/hr. Between insurance and all out of pocket expenses, that comes to nearly $4000 a year which would be spent on just healthcare alone with absolutely no guarantee that I am any better. The overall median personal income for ages 18 and older is the United States is just $24,062 which means about 16.6% of the income is spent on healthcare alone. Mental illness or not, that would cause a great deal of extra stress in most people’s lives.

    So why is it that people who need the proper mental care either don’t have access to it without literally draining their bank account, or they need to lie about their income to afford the care at a much more reasonable rate?

    I don’t consider mental illness to just cover anxiety and depression which I personally suffer from but can also be caused my bullying or anti-social disorders which may lead to some people believing or acting different than others. Either way, whatever kind of mental issues they are suffering from, we need to get them the help they need… plain and simple.

    Some people will argue that we can’t give help to people who don’t want it which is I agree with them to a certain extent. But what if the person doesn’t know that they need the help? If awareness of various mental health illnesses were taught to the general public, this would teach friends, family, teachers, co-workers, and others to catch these warning signs before they become an issue which would help make sure that tragedies like this never happened today.

    There are a few different things that we can all do to help avoid this in the future.

    • Say hi to a stranger - It’s sounds silly but so many people end up suffering from a mental illness of some sort because they are a loner or an outcast, and maybe that “hello” will help make them feel wanted or appreciated just like everyone else!
    • Don’t pick on innocent people - Who cares if the kid wears a trench coat to school. How would you feel if you were picked on because of the baseball hat that you wear? Just because someone is different than you doesn’t mean you are better than them or that you’re necessarily even right.
    • Be concerned for other people - Knowing that you have someone there for you can go a long way. If you’re concerned for someone because they are acting different, make it known that you’re there for them. It’s better that someone gets upset at you for wrongly being concerned than not being concerned and it ending in a catastrophe.

    Mental illness is a serious problem in our country and being more aware of this issue will help go a long way in restoring our faith in all of humanity.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by PREracing25 View Post
    I write this on a day where we have 20 less children and 7 less adults in the town of Newtown, Connecticut. I won't post this tonight because for once, I wish to keep my opinionated mouth shut so we can keep these poor souls at the forefront in our memories.

    It's the tragedies like this that make people really push for a change. Between news articles, Facebook, Twitter... everyone wants change so something to this extent never happens again. The ideas of change vary but it seems to be coming back to two main points. First there is the ever so popular gun control argument. I won't go on and on about it because there is no rebutting against anyone who strongly believes there should be more gun control rights. They dislike guns, I like them. But this whole gun control fight is very similar to the fight against marijuana. Marijuana is illegal is most states but do people still do it? Oh hell yeah! You can make guns illegal for all citizens but the people who want them, will still get them. It's simple as that. So there's that.

    And then there is another push that I honestly hadn't heard about until I moved down to the south. The second argument is that we need "God" back in our school systems. As a non-believer, I'm just not sure how to respond to this without sounding biased. In general I don't believe it is something that is even possible because we live in a country where we're able to practice what we believe. While the general idea of "a god" is agreed upon by most religions, the "God" that these people are referring to isn't necessarily believed upon by all. Additionally, there are people who willingly believe there is no "God" and to push this belief which can't be completely proven is like pushing the big bang or the theory of evolution which both can be proven on many different levels. But I digress. By putting "God" back into the school system doesn't stop people from murdering just as it doesn't stop people from having premarital sex and polygamous relationships. Additionally, believing in "God" won't keep these children safe. Most religions believe that "God" has a plan for everyone and sometimes that plan does include being taken away at a brutally young age.

    But there is something that I haven't seen commented on at all online and that is a subject that is very close to me. Mental health. At the time of writing, there are only rumors that the shooter had some sort of personality disorder but true or not, it's at least obvious that his thought process wasn't healthy being that he was able to kill his mother and a classroom of innocent children.

    I've been suffering from different mental health illnesses for most of my life and it has been virtually impossible to get under control due to the ill mental health network in our country. After these tragedies happen, we are more than willing to send professionals to help cope with this disaster but we never decide to take a proactive approach and try to do something before it even happens. Insurance with decent mental healthcare coverage is so expensive that it seems only the top 1% wealthiest people can easily afford it. Out of pocket cost for most sessions with a half decent psychiatrist is close to $100/hr which is pretty difficult to come by for most households especially when you require sessions for a year or longer on a weekly basis.

    I pay $127/mo for my insurance for what I consider a half decent plan. For that $127/mo, I get a $3000 deductible and coverage for just myself. That's a little over $1500 for a year of coverage and that is before ever seeing a doctor. Now if I need to go see a psychiatrist/psychologist for my anxiety or depression, they cover 20% of 3 visits. That comes to about $240 out of pocket for those three visits. Anyone who has seen a psychiatrist would probably agree that 3 visits doesn't "fix" you or teach you how to completely cope with your illness. In my honest opinion, 6 months of visits on a weekly basis would still be quick but we'll use that as an example here. 6 months of visits would be roughly 24 visits total with the first 3 visits semi-covered which comes to 21 visits at $100/hr. Between insurance and all out of pocket expenses, that comes to nearly $4000 a year which would be spent on just healthcare alone with absolutely no guarantee that I am any better. The overall median personal income for ages 18 and older is the United States is just $24,062 which means about 16.6% of the income is spent on healthcare alone. Mental illness or not, that would cause a great deal of extra stress in most people's lives.

    So why is it that people who need the proper mental care either don't have access to it without literally draining their bank account, or they need to lie about their income to afford the care at a much more reasonable rate?

    I don't consider mental illness to just cover anxiety and depression which I personally suffer from but can also be caused my bullying or anti-social disorders which may lead to some people believing or acting different than others. Either way, whatever kind of mental issues they are suffering from, we need to get them the help they need... plain and simple.

    Some people will argue that we can't give help to people who don't want it which is I agree with them to a certain extent. But what if the person doesn't know that they need the help? If awareness of various mental health illnesses were taught to the general public, this would teach friends, family, teachers, co-workers, and others to catch these warning signs before they become an issue which would help make sure that tragedies like this never happened today.

    There are a few different things that we can all do to help avoid this in the future.

    o Say hi to a stranger - It's sounds silly but so many people end up suffering from a mental illness of some sort because they are a loner or an outcast, and maybe that "hello" will help make them feel wanted or appreciated just like everyone else!
    o Don't pick on innocent people - Who cares if the kid wears a trench coat to school. How would you feel if you were picked on because of the baseball hat that you wear? Just because someone is different than you doesn't mean you are better than them or that you're necessarily even right.
    o Be concerned for other people - Knowing that you have someone there for you can go a long way. If you're concerned for someone because they are acting different, make it known that you're there for them. It's better that someone gets upset at you for wrongly being concerned than not being concerned and it ending in a catastrophe.

    Mental illness is a serious problem in our country and being more aware of this issue will help go a long way in restoring our faith in all of humanity.
    Good stuff here for sure. Kudos to your bro for turning his experiences into a positive direction
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    Quote Originally Posted by cswalczakny View Post
    Good stuff here for sure. Kudos to your bro for turning his experiences into a positive direction
    Thanks csw. Means a lot. My brothers a strong person and been through a lot. Anyway though Ricky where are you?
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by PREracing25 View Post

    Thanks csw. Means a lot. My brothers a strong person and been through a lot. Anyway though Ricky where are you?
    I'm here broski had a lot of work to do at work today...lots of reading I gotta get caught up on here lol
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    Yeah sorry to plug it up.
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    I'm here broski had a lot of work to do at work today...lots of reading I gotta get caught up on here lol
    Gettin back on track I see,workouts looking solid too.I hate reading,well unless it fuels my anabolic addiction!
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by PREracing25 View Post
    Yeah sorry to plug it up.
    Not a problem it's good to discuss this stuff
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107
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    Vicki soto: she is a true hero and angel...if she was here today I'd kiss her! During the horrible tragedy on Friday this 27 year old angel hid her students in a closet when she heard gun shots and when the man came in she told him her kids were in the gym because she knew it was empty..but before he left he took her life...but all her student were safe she is a true hero
    A true hero Ricky! Sacrificing herself for her classroom of innocent children is the act of a true hero. This world need more people like her

  23. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
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    Vicki soto: she is a true hero and angel...if she was here today I'd kiss her! During the horrible tragedy on Friday this 27 year old angel hid her students in a closet when she heard gun shots and when the man came in she told him her kids were in the gym because she knew it was empty..but before he left he took her life...but all her student were safe she is a true hero
    ^^^^^ def Hero

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    Shopping with the bro n no I'm not flexing lol
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  25. Swoll as sh**!
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  26. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    Swoll as sh**!
    ^^^^^^^ looking sick rick!
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107
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    Shopping with the bro n no I'm not flexing lol
    You must be on steroids lol!

  28. Swolled up broski
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  29. Speaking of shopping, wtf is with jeans these days? I tried on a pair of what I thought were normal jeans and they (a) barely fit over my upper legs and (b) left ZERO room for my junk. If I wanted chick jeans, I'd shop in the appropriate department.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
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    Shopping with the bro n no I'm not flexing lol
    I love that shirt bro no homo, where did you get it?
    My muscles are pharmaceutically enhanced.
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