[quote]Kim Jong-il wrote:
For some reason, in the last couple of weeks, there seems to have been a ton of new guys who just registered, are very skinny, and VERY young.
Please fellas, stop designing your own programs with 8 exercises 10x3, drop all the smith machines and leg extentsions, and just do a simple damn program! Why design your own when they pay these guys (who know a whole lot more than you or I do) to write them for you?
Here’s your page to go to, you newbie bastards:
Go lift for ten years, make it to the bigtime, and then come back and lecture us on how much more you know. Until then…you might want to listen.
You seem to be arguing against some kind of imaginary opponent? What is wrong with newbies posting up their regimes to be critiqued? It couldn’t be any less useful than this shitty attempt at a thread to seek attention and solidfy that you are clearly a veteran of lifting.
In fact, that probably would be the answer to the thread about when you are no longer a beginner.
It’s when you start taking the piss out of anyone who hasn’t been a member to this site for over a year.
Atleast that’s what the fucktarded ‘veterans’ do.
Stop getting all pissed off about newbs just to convince yourself your one of the hardcore lifters.[/quote]
Fucktarded veterans huh? Its the attitude that I noticed in the last month, such as the Muscleteen phenomena that consistently amazes me. Its not all new guys, of course. Its the guys who come over from other sites and post their pictures, take three pages to list their program, and then bitch back at older fellas who tell them what would be better. Its just irritating.
And if you yourself had read some of my previous posts, you would know that I attention seek in the Politics forum. So go fuck yourself.
But I love seeing guys start lifting, I try to convert as many folks as I can to the iron. But then, maybe you wouldn’t know that, because you are busy making personal attacks when you don’t know too much about me at all…so, in the end…fuck you.