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  1. Day 15


    0940 - HIIT Rollers:
    a. 4 min @ 115-118 rpm in 39x18
    b. 8 x 20 sec efforts/10 sec easy
    c. 12 min @ 110-112 rpm in 39x16
    Yep, another later session. No worries, though (so long as it gets done!) Anyways, wasn't as jittery as I have been lately (a good thing). Tasting blood from the end of my 4th effort on, though (gets quite sickly after a while). All efforts today were at 50-55 km/hr pace; I think I am finding some rhythm here (although I should be going as fast as possible for EACH effort and NOT pacing myself...)

    1130 - Stretch 27 min.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2245-0824 (waking at 0114, 0315, 0700, and 0800), so ~10 hours sleep. AGAIN! What is up with that?!

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Yep, been there since I got up. Been slogging away at market research for my business plan. Will be putting the finishing touches to it tonight and early tomorrow morning...

    Energy: Good. Got the jitters at ~1545, though. Feel like I should be running around like Hammy on a caffeinated energy drink!

    Motivation: Good; hanging in there.

    Mood/Aggression: Got random aggression ~1600; still some lingering.

    Libido: Not yet...

    Endurance: Yeah, ok.

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: Good. Getting more consistent with my efforts when HIIT is done on the rollers; not "slowing" after the first 2 sprints.

    Pump and Vascularity: Leg pump after rollers. Vascularity was high after the rollers for about an hour or so. Vascularity in my hands has continued to be odd; my veins are constantly dilated, especially in my right hand (and they are still painful to touch...)

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Same as usual.

    Body Composition and Look: Still leaning up. I'm actually surprised that I didn't GAIN any BF last week, given the erratic eating patterns...

    Overall Sense of Feeling: A few things are still sorting themselves out...Other things are starting to go really well...Some things I don't even want to think about...
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by thesinner View Post
    What are HIIT rollers? Is that like running sprint intervals on the treadmill or something?
    Nope, nothing to do with RUNNING...Rollers are exactly what their name implies: rollers. They're 3 rollers that are held together in a metal frame, and is something that cyclists use (you will have seen them on t.v. probably, when track cyclists are warming up); you just stick your bike on on top of them, balance, and away you go...The HIIT part means that I did a HIIT session...Which, when I do it on a bike is almost kind of like Tabata intervals...
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    looking good.. loving the new avi. Your dedication is something to be envied.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by tattoopierced1 View Post
    looking good.. loving the new avi. Your dedication is something to be envied.
    Thanks Just doing my best to fit life in around training and study, LOL...
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  5. tattoopierced1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    Thanks Just doing my best to fit life in around training and study, LOL...
    exactly how I still do things.. training > life lol...

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    Nope, nothing to do with RUNNING...Rollers are exactly what their name implies: rollers. They're 3 rollers that are held together in a metal frame, and is something that cyclists use (you will have seen them on t.v. probably, when track cyclists are warming up); you just stick your bike on on top of them, balance, and away you go...The HIIT part means that I did a HIIT session...Which, when I do it on a bike is almost kind of like Tabata intervals...
    OOO i did those in college borrowed my buddies roller things, i fell so many times haha but onto a bed

  7. Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    OOO i did those in college borrowed my buddies roller things, i fell so many times haha but onto a bed
    Yeah, I only did that once, LOL (my first time ever on them). now, though, used to it (need to be, going at those speeds!) They're good, though.
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  9. Day 16


    0430 - 5.5km Run:
    Cold...Cold...Cold...I didn't want to go out, to be honest (I know; quickly get THAT thought out of your head!), but I was so READY for it...Strides were small, cadence fast. First km was done in 4.3 minutes, slowing to 4.5 min/km by the second km. I managed to hold the pace, though, until about the 5km mark, when the taste of blood hit me and I suddenly felt like I wanted to be sick (and I slowed back to 4.8 min/km)...Apart from that, guess it was ok for a first run in a while (not really, but I'll be lenient on myself; but just for today, mind...)

    0516 - Stretch 28 min.

    0600 - Shoulders/Abs (1 min recovery, except after Abs - 30 sec):
    1. DB SP 2 x 8, 2 x 6
    2. BB SP 2 x 8, 2 x 6
    3. DB LR 4 x 12
    4. Inc DB RR 4 x 12
    5. Abs 4 x [a. weighted crunch x 15, b. s/b db-leg raise x 10]
    Good session today. Strength was up from last week And I decided to add BB SP back in, and had no pains there. I did, however, get a sharp pain in my left anterior delt during DB SP (but that may have been because I was lifting a weight I've never done before). The taste of blood returned duing the BB SP, but was fairly tame compared to what it has been over the last few weeks. By the time I started Inc DB RR I had that pain in my temples and a migraine that made me want to scream, and it gradually got worse (course, having my head upside down for the s/d db-leg raises didn't help), and at one point I nearly thought that I was going to be sick (I wasn't, but that feeling is not the nicest), but I managed to push through. I walked out of the gym a little relieved that it was over, but pleased at the work done.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2215-0315, so ~5 hours sleep. No interruptions last night (and I never woke to the text someone sent at 2306, so I MUST have been shattered). Dreaming...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Not too good this morning. After the gym I had breakfast and a shower and went back to bed from 0737-0958 (sleeping for ~2 hours of that), because the pain in my head made me in no state to be trying to do anything where I had to think or concentrate too hard. Been really good since I got up, though. FINISHED my business plan (yay; finally), so that's a positive note...Now to work on designing a performance testing protocol for my muay thai boxer for tomorrow morning...

    Energy: Yeah, been good (even with the migraine this morning, it wasn't lagging)...

    Motivation: Now that one hurdle is out of the way, bring on the next!

    Mood/Aggression: Aggression from yesterday is gone. Small smile...

    Libido: Might pick up later (as it does...)

    Endurance: Still got plenty of that...

    Strength: Still improving!

    Quality of Training: Not too pleased with the run. As for the gym; despite the migraine, the actual session was real good.

    Pump and Vascularity: Definite pump in my anterior delts, at least, in the gym. Strong veins in hands and arms, still.

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Yeah, good. Arms looking harder.

    Body Composition and Look: Even though I had a t-shirt on in the gym (yes, it was cold there, too), you could tell that there was muscle beneath it...OUT of the t-shirt, my upper back, delts, chest, upper abs and obliques, and hips are continuing to lean out...

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Good. (Not enough to want to get back into my meta-analysis, but still)...And no, Sean, I HAVEN'T forgotten about you, but e-mails may be a little scarce for the next few weeks while I am rushing around trying to be everywhere and do everything at once...
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  10. Well done, keep it up, and well done on the early run!! i could NEVER do that.... besides I'd shrink :P Literally :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craigmatthew View Post
    Well done, keep it up, and well done on the early run!! i could NEVER do that.... besides I'd shrink :P Literally :P
    You know me, honey; as early as possible!
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  12. whats the deal with your taste of blood you always mention like seriouslly tasting blood? that cant be good
  13. I'm not too worried; you shouldn't be, either...


    Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    whats the deal with your taste of blood you always mention like seriouslly tasting blood? that cant be good
    Do I?...It's something that only ever happened to me after I'd done a 500-metre time trial (and if you've ever done one of those you'll know why!), when I was pushing my body as hard as I could, for as fast as I could, in the shortest amount of time possible...It's been happening a lot over the last few weeks, though; so maybe I'm just pushing my body to its limits? At any rate, I'm NOT too worried; it's better than coughing or throwing blood up, which I have done off and on regularly since I was 15 (and yes, I HAVE been to see various doctors (including specialist SPORTS doctors) about it, and none of them can give me any answers as to WHY it happens; and since it doesn't seem to affect my health or function, I let it go...)
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    Do I?...It's something that only ever happened to me after I'd done a 500-metre time trial (and if you've ever done one of those you'll know why!), when I was pushing my body as hard as I could, for as fast as I could, in the shortest amount of time possible...It's been happening a lot over the last few weeks, though; so maybe I'm just pushing my body to its limits? At any rate, I'm NOT too worried; it's better than coughing or throwing blood up, which I have done off and on regularly since I was 15 (and yes, I HAVE been to see various doctors (including specialist SPORTS doctors) about it, and none of them can give me any answers as to WHY it happens; and since it doesn't seem to affect my health or function, I let it go...)
    very interesting. and yes you mention it almost every post. was just worried about you. and yes i used to be on one of the top ranked crew teams in country in usa and we did lots and lots of 500m sprints lol talk about painfull and full power.

    love chatting with ya, ttyl

    ps- that is indeed werird with the blood stuff still o well

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    0430 - 5.5km Run:
    Cold...Cold...Cold...I didn't want to go out, to be honest (I know; quickly get THAT thought out of your head!), but I was so READY for it...Strides were small, cadence fast. First km was done in 4.3 minutes, slowing to 4.5 min/km by the second km. I managed to hold the pace, though, until about the 5km mark, when the taste of blood hit me and I suddenly felt like I wanted to be sick (and I slowed back to 4.8 min/km)...Apart from that, guess it was ok for a first run in a while (not really, but I'll be lenient on myself; but just for today, mind...)
    How cold was it out? I get that taste of blood in my breath too, actually, when I run in the snow.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by thesinner View Post
    Maybe she's a vampire.
    that would make her even hotter

    Quote Originally Posted by thesinner View Post
    How cold was it out? I get that taste of blood in my breath too, actually, when I run in the snow.
    interesting tid bit. i dont taste blood i feel left out

  17. Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    that would make her even hotter
    I think someone's totally crushing.


    interesting tid bit. i dont taste blood i feel left out
    It's delicous. You should inhale some fiberglass so you can get up to par with the rest of us. (no, please don't do that.)

  18. Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    very interesting. and yes you mention it almost every post. was just worried about you. and yes i used to be on one of the top ranked crew teams in country in usa and we did lots and lots of 500m sprints lol talk about painfull and full power.

    love chatting with ya, ttyl

    ps- that is indeed werird with the blood stuff still o well
    You did 500s? Honey, it's a WOMEN's event; the guys do kilos. You ARE talking track cycling, aye...


    Quote Originally Posted by thesinner View Post
    How cold was it out? I get that taste of blood in my breath too, actually, when I run in the snow.
    I don't know. It was colder than normal. Thinking 0430 in the morning cold, LOL. Probably nowhere near as cold as running in the snow, but cold enough that I had a LONG-SLEEVE THERMAL on, as well as a vest! The taste has nothing to do with how cold it is, since I get quite warm in the gym, and I've been having it there, too...


    Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    interesting tid bit. i dont taste blood i feel left out
    Don't. It's not the most pleasant feeling out (and probably not so good for one, but ah, well...)
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    You did 500s? Honey, it's a WOMEN's event; the guys do kilos. You ARE talking track cycling, aye...

    i should of worded it better. in college i was on the crew team and for pratice we did hour of power, hour and half of nonstop rowing, then we also did tons of extremely important 500meter races, 1000m races and 2k meter races along with many 6k and longer it was the hardest sport i ever did, but i never did track of cycling competitivly


    Quote Originally Posted by thesinner View Post
    I think someone's totally crushing.
    u got me sinner. im totally crushed

  20. Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    i should of worded it better. in college i was on the crew team and for pratice we did hour of power, hour and half of nonstop rowing, then we also did tons of extremely important 500meter races, 1000m races and 2k meter races along with many 6k and longer it was the hardest sport i ever did, but i never did track of cycling competitivly
    I hear ya. My track sessions in the summer used to go for 4-6 hours; fast paced, so far above threshold, no let up stuff, all the time...Is definitely hard work!
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  21. Day 17


    0430 - HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 4 x 20 sec work/10 sec easy
    c. 2 x 60 sec work/10 sec easy
    d. 1 x 90 sec work/10 sec easy
    e. 12 x 20-25 sec work/5-10 sec easy
    f. 6 min jogging
    So, not cold today. Raining instead, LOL...I increased my sprints after the first four, since they seemed easy as (even though, yes, the taste of blood was back after the 4th sprint, and I felt like I was going to be sick - getting a lot of that these days; wish my body would either throw up or just NOT get like that at all, instead of staying in that nauseous place and feeling like ****e and nothing happening!) Anyways, 60 seconds still seemed a little "easy", so I went up to 90 seconds, and yeah, well, THAT wasn't so easy; so I decided to do the last lot of sprints for not so long...Strides were quite small, and towards the end, my body felt like it was barely moving at all...

    0517 - Stretch 26 min.

    0600 - Arms (1 min recovery between sets):
    1a. Weighted Dips 6 x 8 SUPERSETTED WITH 1b. DB ZC 6 x 8
    2a. Flat CG B BP 2 x 8, 2 x 6 SUPERSETTED WITH 2b. DB ZC 2 x 8, 2 x 6
    3a. DB FP 2 x 8, 2 x 6 SUPERSETTED WITH 3b. Inc DB BC 2 x 8, 2 x 6
    4a. O/H Rope Cable T/ext 2 x 12 SUPERSETTED WITH 4b. DB CC 2 x 12
    This was a better session than the same last week. Went up to +13kg with weighted dips (which, yes, surprised me; the DB are getting easier and easier to hold in my feet). No problems with DB ZC today; no sore wrists or forearms, and massive pump in biceps. Increased the weight on Flat CG BB BP by 7%, DB FP by a minimal 1%, and Inc DB BC by an interesting 13%. I had that pain/migraine by the time I started Flat CG BB BP, and I was shaking uncontrollably from my first set of DB ZC (until well after I got home), and my eyes were so bloodshot throughout that you could be forgiven for thinking that I was on something I shouldn't have been...My delts and arms looked really good today; the striations in my delts are starting to show nicely, and the veins in my biceps are getting quite prominent. Well pleased with the session (even if I DID feel sick right through it).


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2315-0315, so ~4 hours sleep. Was reasonably fresh and bright when I woke up. Last night when I went to bed I was like a little bouncy bunny, and it took me a good 3 hours to "settle" down...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Yep, good. Did some athlete performance testing this morning, and then meetings with business advisors. Got to prepare for client fitness testing tomorrow, and try to do some more on these epic assignments I have...

    Energy: It's been there through everything. Felt a bit shattered at ~1234, though, so I lay down on my bed, and ended up falling asleep for ~1.5 hours...

    Motivation: Strong as ever.

    Mood/Aggression: No aggression, but I am in the kind of mood to "test" people's reactions today...

    Libido: There was a hint of it earlier. Not sure it will resurface again today, though...

    Endurance: Getting better.

    Strength: Definitely getting better!

    Quality of Training: A+!

    Pump and Vascularity: Awesome pump in arms (and not JUST biceps, either, but triceps too). Not as strong a pump in my forearms as there usually is...Knots in veins in forearms and hands in the gym. Vascularity has been really strong all day (and it's fairly warm, too, so that's adding to it...)

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Arms definitely harder (at least, they look it...)

    Body Composition and Look: Still leaning. Delts and arms and upper abs keep getting better by the day. Not so happy with the legs, though; they still feel and look a little "heavy" to me...

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Since I've woken up, I've been hungry as, and shovelled down ~2100 calories before I'd even realized it (you'll find it easy as to get in that extra 500 calories, Craig)...Oh yeah, and as for your question last night about whether or not I was worried about glycogen depletion; every 3rd and/or 4th day is a REALLY high CHO/calorie day, so I'm replenishing any diminished stores...
    Last edited by Rosie Chee; 05-13-2008 at 11:51 PM. Reason: Correction...
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  22. Thumbs up Still paying attention!


    Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    0430 - HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 4 x 20 sec work/10 sec easy
    c. 2 x 60 sec work/10 sec easy
    d. 1 x 90 sec work/10 sec easy
    e. 12 x 20-25 sec work/5-10 sec easy
    f. 6 min jogging
    So, not cold today. Raining instead, LOL...I increased my sprints after the first four, since they seemed easy as (even though, yes, the taste of blood was back after the 4th sprint, and I felt like I was going to be sick - getting a lot of that these days; wish my body would either throw up or just NOT get like that at all, instead of staying in that nauseous place and feeling like ****e and nothing happening!) Anyways, 60 seconds still seemed a little "easy", so I went up to 90 seconds, and yeah, well, THAT wasn't so easy; so I decided to do the last lot of sprints for not so long...Strides were quite small, and towards the end, my body felt like it was barely moving at all...

    0517 - Stretch 26 min.

    0600 - Arms (1 min recovery between sets):
    1a. Weighted Dips 6 x 8 SUPERSETTED WITH 1b. DB ZC 6 x 8
    2a. Flat CG B BP 2 x 8, 2 x 6 SUPERSETTED WITH 2b. DB ZC 2 x 8, 2 x 6
    3a. DB FP 2 x 8, 2 x 6 SUPERSETTED WITH 3b. Inc DB BC 2 x 8, 2 x 6
    4a. O/H Rope Cable T/ext 2 x 12 SUPERSETTED WITH 4b. DB CC 2 x 12
    This was a better session than the same last week. Went up to +13kg with weighted dips (which, yes, surprised me; the DB are getting easier and easier to hold in my feet). No problems with DB ZC today; no sore wrists or forearms, and massive pump in biceps. Increased the weight on Flat CG BB BP by 7%, DB FP by a minimal 1%, and Inc DB BC by an interesting 13%. I had that pain/migraine by the time I started Flat CG BB BP, and I was shaking uncontrollably from my first set of DB ZC (until well after I got home), and my eyes were so bloodshot throughout that you could be forgiven for thinking that I was on something I shouldn't have been...My delts and arms looked really good today; the striations in my delts are starting to show nicely, and the veins in my biceps are getting quite prominent. Well pleased with the session (even if I DID feel sick right through it).


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2315-0315, so ~4 hours sleep. Was reasonably fresh and bright when I woke up. Last night when I went to bed I was like a little bouncy bunny, and it took me a good 3 hours to "settle" down...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Yep, good. Did some athlete performance testing this morning, and then meetings with business advisors. Got to prepare for client fitness testing tomorrow, and try to do some more on these epic assignments I have...

    Energy: It's been there through everything. Felt a bit shattered at ~1234, though, so I lay down on my bed, and ended up falling asleep for ~1.5 hours...

    Motivation: Strong as ever.

    Mood/Aggression: No aggression, but I am in the kind of mood to "test" people's reactions today...

    Libido: There was a hint of it earlier. Not sure it will resurface again today, though...

    Endurance: Getting better.

    Strength: Definitely getting better!

    Quality of Training: A+!

    Pump and Vascularity: Awesome pump in arms (and not JUST biceps, either, but triceps too). Not as strong a pump in my forearms as there usually is...Knots in veins in forearms and hands in the gym. Vascularity has been really strong all day (and it's fairly warm, too, so that's adding to it...)

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Arms definitely harder (at least, they look it...)

    Body Composition and Look: Still leaning. Delts and arms and upper abs keep getting better by the day. Not so happy with the legs, though; they still feel and look a little "heavy" to me...

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Since I've woken up, I've been hungry as, and shovelled down ~2100 calories before I'd even realized it (you'll find it easy as to get in that extra 500 calories, Craig)...Oh yeah, and as for your question last night about whether or not I was worried about glycogen depletion; every 3rd and/or 4th day is a REALLY high CHO/calorie day, so I'm replenishing any diminished stores...
    I'm starting to think your the one with more of a fascination with vampires...you and tasting your own blood....

    Yes Rosie I'm still paying attention. I've gone more into the I'll stay back in the shadows and observe mode now. However, since I haven't said anything much for a bit on either log I figured I'd let ya know I'm still keeping a watchful eye on you.... By all means...don't worry about e-mailing me...I know your busy and I am crazy busy as all hell right now myself... I did read your last e-mail though and I'll send off a response when I get a chance.

    So needless to say, until things calm down a bit...our story like e-mails shall be scarce apparently on both sides...lol. BTW...just letting you know I didn't forget about you either... so if you end up slipping a bit...well you know the drill...I'll give you a kick in the ass and have to break out the whip on ya to get you going....

    Cheers Rosie Babe!
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.

  23. humm just noticed u are using Posiedon, is this a new supplement in your training? if yes when did you started, if no then disreguard. I only bring this up because this product when i tested it really destroyed my body i wont go into details unless asked. just thinking of ya and trying to solve this blood issue.

    nice workout you got there

    lastly, whats your breakfast like? do you eat before cardio or after or after weight training etc? im just curious on the timing of your first 2 meals

  24. Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    humm just noticed u are using Posiedon, is this a new supplement in your training? if yes when did you started, if no then disreguard. I only bring this up because this product when i tested it really destroyed my body i wont go into details unless asked. just thinking of ya and trying to solve this blood issue.
    No, it's not new; I started using it just before I started this log (primarily as a "multivitamin/mineral"). I've had nothing but good things to think of it, so far. And a product like that should not "destroy" your body, as there is nothing in it that would do that!...As for the blood thing; like I KEEP saying (at the expense of sounding rude, and I'm not trying to be, so please don't take this the wrong way!), but I'm not worried; it's just an observation that I make (like everything else in my log); so please STOP trying to figure out (or solve or whatever) what it is (if it was serious there'd have been complications by now, and there hasn't been, so let it go)!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    nice workout you got there

    Thanks.


    Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    lastly, whats your breakfast like? do you eat before cardio or after or after weight training etc? im just curious on the timing of your first 2 meals
    Breakfast is 1/2 cup oats + 40g protein powder (incl. 23-28g protein) + 1 tbsp flaxseed oil (and a calcium tablet after)...I eat at 0700, AFTER I've done all cardio and resistance sessions (you can see that from my log and the timing of my exercise, and the fact that I mention that I eat breakfast AFTER the gym)...Sometimes I will do a gym session in the afternoon; a lot depends on my schedule, really, but I prefer this; my body likes me better when it's done like this...My second meal is 2 hours after breakfast...You will see the timing of my meals in my other logs (in fact, ALL training, supplement dosing, and meal times are in the first entry of both of my previous logs...)
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    not to sound rude or perverted, but i now find myself not only logging onto here to read your log, but to check for updated avi's and they keep grabbing my attention more and more...


  26. Quote Originally Posted by tattoopierced1 View Post
    not to sound rude or perverted, but i now find myself not only logging onto here to read your log, but to check for updated avi's and they keep grabbing my attention more and more...

    I thought I was the only one.

    One day we'll come in to check out the avatar 'slide-show' and it'll be a picture of a big COQ....













    ....Diesel.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  27. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    I thought I was the only one.

    One day we'll come in to check out the avatar 'slide-show' and it'll be a picture of a big COQ....

    ....Diesel.
    LOL...Not a chance in hell of THAT ever happening; I can guarantee you that I AM a female (isn't that right, Craig, honey? :P)...
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  28. Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    LOL...Not a chance in hell of THAT ever happening; I can guarantee you that I AM a female (isn't that right, Craig, honey? :P)...
    Hahaha! Who's Craig?
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