Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Anabolic Steroids

Help to decriminalize the possession and use of anabolic steroids for anyone except professional athletes. Alcohol kills more than 20,000 people a year. Anabolic steroids have a history of less than three a year.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Can your food make you fit?

Can your food make you fit?

So I got into it the other day with someone who told me it was unhealthy to go on a low carb diet. Well, I blasted them.  And then this study came out.  Ill shove it in their face.


Sunday, August 26, 2012

An Apology: Weightlifting

First off, I would like to apologize to all the weightlifters out there (which now includes me).  I'm sorry. For years, I shunned the gym. I proclaimed that meat heads had some sort of identity or self esteem issue. I was wrong. I was the one who had the issue. I didn't care enough about my self or my own identity that I choose to live a life of laziness. I was never a fat, but I was weak. I though I was strong. I had a physical job that demanded muscle, and I raced motocross.  I felt that I was in good shape.  Now, I can move more weight that I ever though possible, and I workout out with some of the people who have the same job I once had, and I'm much stronger.  I've noticed that the determination I have with weight lifting and growing muscle, has increased my determination in other areas of life as well. I now want to be the best in the classroom.  Failure is not an option.  I shunned the gym because I felt that it was easy.  Once I experienced the weights, my natural taste for competition kicked in. I learned that I could always challenge myself every single day.  If I failed it was my fault alone.  I never knew it would be so difficult to make the body grow. There is more science in bodybuilding than most people will ever know.  It's much more than simply laying on a bench and pushing weight off of your chest (though I much prefer pushing it over my head...that's a man lift).

I do not claim to be an expert at anything.  But I can say that I learn from observation and practice.  I paid attention to the greats, and I myself try to be great.  I also try to inspire others in to get into the gym and do the same.  You don't have to push as hard as I do.  You would have to be sick in the head  (did I mention I joined the Marine Corps, and raced motocross)?  But challenge yourself to be better. Better tomorrow than what you are today. Take Arnold's advice, and now mine, and give 15 minutes of your day to a healthier life.  It will save you years down the road.

Keep Lifting


Tuesday, August 21, 2012

The Truth

It simply amazes me that as the progressive agenda sets in deeper and more people become so "politically correct" people get offended by the truth.  Yes, I have some outrages twitter comments, but they are truth. It is only by observation that I learn about such obnoxious activity and proudly announce it in every possible media outlet I can. Maybe one day people will learn to get their priorities straight, work for themselves, and find out what is truly important in life.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Give Me Liberty: I Am The 53%

Give Me Liberty: I Am The 53%: I love my country...the 99% do not I study capitalism...the 99% do not I study and despise communism...the 99% does not I know that commu...

I Am The 53%

I love my country...the 99% do not
I study capitalism...the 99% do not
I study and despise communism...the 99% does not
I know that communism is a death sentence...the 99% does not
I study socialism...the 99% does not
I know that socialism promotes laziness...the 99% does not
I have student loans that I will pay back...the 99% do not want to and most likely won't
I have had a job since 16 (11 years) until recently due to injury but I'm trying to get one...the 99% does not
I refuse to be a parasite...the 99% is a parasite
I have never asked the govt.  for nor do I want its assistance (other than student loans)...the 99% demands more
I dont promote violence...the 99% does
I'm not a neo-nazi...the 99% is
I don't disrespect anyone because of race or religion...the 99% does
I am responsible for myself only...the 99% thinks I'm responsible for them
I can't find a job and it isn't Wall St.'s fault...the 99% thinks it is
I know the government does me more harm than good...the 99% doesn't
I take a shower...the 99% doesn't
I am not a stooge for anyone...the 99% is
I have read the Constitution...the 99% has not
I support the Constitution...the 99% does not
I refuse to take from anyone without consent...the 99% expects it
I will work for the rest of my life to better my life...the 99% expects me to do the same for them
I have a laptop, automobile, cell phone, PS3 and many other possessions...I know capitalism made it...the 99% do not
I support human rights...the 99% support their rights only

I am the 53% and I am damn proud of it.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Clashes between Karl Rove and conservatives becoming more frequent

Karl Rove (AP File Photo)
Democrats have long enjoyed bashing Karl Rove, former White House adviser and architect of the campaigns that put President George W. Bush in office.
But clashing with the longtime Republican operative and Fox News contributor is now catching on for another group: conservatives, especially those affiliated with the tea party movement.
Among the most high profile of these recent attackers are former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, Texas Gov. Rick Perry and, now, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain.
The most common example is, in giving political analysis on Fox News, Rove ticks off one of these tea partiers, and the response is that Rove is just a Beltway elitist trying to hurt them.
Earlier this week, Cain accused Rove of trying “to damage me” after Rove went on Fox and held up a white board listing a number of gaffes Cain had committed in his campaign.
“I believe it is a deliberate attempt to damage me because I am not, quote unquote, the establishment choice,” Cain told the Washington Examiner’s Byron York.
In September, Perry had some tough words for Rove during a debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California. He was responding to Rove saying his comments — calling Social Security a Ponzi scheme — could be “toxic” in a general election. (RELATED: Cain: Rove attacks me to help Romney)
“Karl has been over the top for a long time in some of his remarks,” Perry said at the debate. “I’m not responsible for Karl anymore.”
Earlier this year, when Palin was still considering a run for president in 2012, she reacted negatively to Rove’s analysis that she was likely to enter the race, accusing him of trying to “mislead the American public.”
“Any professional pundit claiming to have ‘inside information’ regarding Governor Palin’s personal decision is not only wrong but their comments are specifically intended to mislead the American public,” Palin’s political action committee posted on its website following Rove’s comments.
Rove responded to her criticism, saying, “It is a sign of enormous thin skin that if we speculate about her that she gets upset.”
Another candidate who had a high-profile run-in with Rove was Christine O’Donnell, the 2010 Republican nominee for the U.S Senate in Delaware. Rove opined then on the “nutty things she has been saying,” as well as her electability against Democrats.
O’Donnell went on to lose that race.
But Rush Limbaugh questioned Rove at the time. “I’ve never heard Karl so animated against a Democrat as he was against Christine O’Donnell last night,” Limbaugh said.
Rove, through a spokeswoman, declined to comment for this story when reached by The Daily Caller.
But one conservative who took Rove’s side this week was Fox analyst Brit Hume.
“Look, if you’re running for president, you don’t want to get into a fight with Karl Rove,” he said. “That makes no sense.”

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