^^are you really in your mid to late 30’s?[/quote]
why do you ask? my boyish good looks or my, at times, Beavis n Butthead sentence structure?
january 1975 brother. i just know you’re setting me up for an insult gregon but, oh well, i suppose that would be par for course in this wacky thread, i did make gay references about your mustashe so have at it.
i picked up my first weight (well bullshit sportatic training in college doesn’t count) in 2006 at a bricked up 146lbs @ nearly 6’0" at age 31.[/quote]
I’m not questioning your dedication to the “iron game”… Its just the way that most of your posts come across. TBH, they do not sound like the posts of a full grown adult male. no offense, thats not why I’m here (to make fun of other posters) I’m just stating my observations.[/quote]
that is fair i suppose, if it seems my “internet voice” comes across to you as mentioned “TBH, not like the posts of full grown adult male.” then well…i guess i am finally made. i knew all along i should take the micro-second and depress the shift key as i type “i.” it is a lazy habit of mine, and comes across child-like.
so does my OP seems written in a non-structured, non-adult format? or just my replies? the truth is i am a nine year old schizoaffective girl named Lisa, my father was a bodybuilder, he died in a bus rollover in 2004, i read and write about BB to keep his memory alive. skitsofrantic as most nine years olds might spell it, seems more fitting - skits so frantic.
i post as i do because it’s my in my nature as a writer and painter, i’ve never been considered typical in terms how i respond to the day to day small talk bullshit. i give straight forward answers at times but in places such as T-Nation, sometimes the recapitulation of concepts, phrases, everyone eventually gets it or doesn’t, listening to the same shit said roughly the same way in thread after thread gets to be old hat. i figure to create an identity that jumps out a bit more, it makes for better writing for me, and better reading for others.
the honest truth is i’m fairly close in personality to how i write when “sounding like a kid.” however, non-kid like - i’m a good friend, a good partner, a professional in my field(s). as i get older i care less and less about appearances/social graces, how i come off to others. seemingly though, i must care, i took the time to answer you though huh.
alright, breaking you down…gregon.
initially, seemed like a prick, thereafter more thoughtful than my initial take, nice guy who landed a woman you seem full taken by. always played it conservative, traditional family. the weight game has given you a confidence and a cadence to life that you seem to enjoy. you never get too edgy but the mustashe was your break away cool thing. fuck the establishment right? not an art english guy yourself but from a distance you’ve come to enjoy creative stuff more and more. big into baseball growing up had a knack for business and numbers early on, thought about the sciences but then were drawn back into business. if i’m wrong then you are likely a teacher now, shitting on that other stuff and going the even safer route, although it’s not as fiscally rewarding, maybe your into administration or sales though.
in addition to being an art/writer creative guy i’m a behavioral data analyst professionally and academically. my gf/wife lady (non-traditional not married but together for over a decade) is a md/phd so i try to keep up w/ her big brain reading many of her medical books, research journals). i’ve always felt good but not satisfied, rolling stone. sure i need a good shrink, i got shit like all of us, but i figure a few honest friends beats spending cash to cry in a chair about “losses you’ve endured.” i think i’ve peeled back my onion enough.
this has become an odd fucking thread. oh…one of my goals within the next 5 yrs is to have my own business online/or otherwise dealing w/ creative things related to gym/fitness genre topics/physicalities. we’ll see.