Wanted to toss something out here. Not sure if it’s the right thread or not but many vets will see it here so here goes.
I may act like a screwball on the SAMA and Off Topic forums but I am completely serious when it comes to training, AAS, and nutrition.
Despite my longtime readership on T-Nation, since 2002, I was a complete newbie in regards to AAS until a little over a year ago. I did extensive reading here and elsewhere. Still had questions that I PM’ed to two or three vets that when I look back on it seem a little dumb, like I should’ve known better from my “research”.
Now here’s my point. Just a word of caution to those who are quick to descend like a hawk on a rabbit when one posts an AAS question that seems a little foolish - sometimes a guy still needs to raise his hand in class and ask a question of the teacher even when the answer is already in the textbook sitting on his desk. I know I did.
I do think the Newbie stickies are great and would’ve helped me immensely had they been up at the time.[/quote]
I agree with you on that. Of course, being the step below Newbie might make me biased.
However, some of you know me and the fact I haven’t jumped into a cycle but I have never, repeat never, had anyone jump down my throat. Am I that special? I don’t think so. There is a big reason you see me in this forum 99% of the time. The quality of posters and the lack of any elite-club feel is what drew me here.
Someone said it, this place is like an underground T-Cell. We just need to keep working to keep the place up to the standards that drew us all here in the first place.
On a different note, Bushy, I do not envy you (a)having to say no to someone asking for an invite, and (b) going through the number of PMs you will be getting. I mean, Rainjack said that he was already getting blitzed with PMs and I read somewhere that he is a douche…