[quote]Mr. Walkway wrote:
We all fuck up from time to time. Mabye him and his wife split up, friend died or mom just got diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Just saying dont judge until you have all the facts.
As far as your reply to my post lets talk about your maturity with out all the facts being in:
Your response to everything you disagree with is “thats gay” questions your maturity.
One could say you lack maturity in that you started using AAS not even close to 200lbs, which is easily attainable by anyone who works hard in the gym, and knows how to train with a half ass diet.
One could also say you lack maturity because you made a life long commitment to the needle at 21, cause you think your “going places”.
One could also imply immaturity in your inability to upload any photos of your supposed “awesomeness” or demonstrate in person the exercises you so regularly advise. (What Ive picked up along the way)
But your right about one thing, its not your business and no one cares, but I just thought all this was worth mentioning.[/quote]
so im immature because im 140lbs and use aas?[/quote]
Are you seriously only 140lbs??? Are you atleast 5 foot even or something??? Just my 2 cents if your only 140lbs and are already a relatively experienced user then 1 your doing alot wrong and 2 yes you were immature at starting so early. Can’t comment on the age part as I have been off and since I was 17 and now unfortunately prwtty much depend on AAS.
Not trying to start a fight. But, I do agree with what you said above above about the drinking to a extent. I’m not saying I know what the guys situation was but, he cleaarly said he knew it was a bad idea before he did and he did it anyway so that is immature without a doubt. Also if your honestly dedicated to your goals enough to take the chance of damage from gear then you should be dedicated enough for the 8-16 weeks to not binge drink. Social drinks happen and are completely different subject but even that I minimize.