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BAM! With a title like that, how could you NOT read this article, right?  I apologize if your work computer has blocked my site.  If it hasn’t yet, I submit to your proxy server a picture of my penis:

Straight-up penis skin, baby! (not baby penis, despite it's size...)

You’d be surprised by some of the weird shit I Google.  Or not.  Whatever.  I’m not paid to surprise you so frankly, I could care less.  However, without fail I will wind up on someone’s blog and after reading the post, I will read the comments.  Occasionally the comments have useful feedback, corrections, anecdotes, testimonials, or even the phone number to a tranny down at Waikiki that said she’d meet me but didn’t because she thought I was a cop because I asked too many questions because I like to play danger safely and that cost me half a tank of gas BUT I DIGRESS…

Anyway, I was on a blog about some guy who shaves with extra virgin olive oil.  I was intrigued.  I’ve been looking for a way to simplify and revamp my hygiene regiment to be more organic and natural.  It was a good article.  But the comments made it great.  So, without further adieu…

Very good journey and experience!

Okay.  A little vague but perhaps still relevant…

nice share, good article, very usefull for me…thank you

Hmm.  Pretty vague AND a misspelled “useful?”

really appreciate YOU — thanks a lot!

Uh, stalker much?  Why the emphasis on “you?”

One again, your articles is very good.thank you!very much

Notice the punctuation and in particular, the punctuation in between “you” and “very.”  I mean, sometimes I type too fast and put one or two letters in the wrong order, but not entire concepts… Okay, sometimes I even put entire wrong order!concepts in the

Thanks for good information that comes out to read.

This is where it starts to get good.  I mean, was it necessary to write “that comes out to read?”  That’s like getting food at a restaurant and telling the waiter, “Thanks for the food that you gave me that I can eat.”  I guess if a majority of the food was burnt or spoiled, you may say it sarcastically…

A thing of beauty is a joy forever

This is not even… This has nothing to do with the article.  Plus the premise is flawed.  Even beautiful flowers die eventually.

Very inspiring place of levy.

Hmm.  I assume they meant to say “levity,” but instead I think perhaps they are trying to wage war?

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I don’t even know about this one… When someone says “all,” they would elongate the “a” not the “ll.” This would look and sound weird.  Plus, who even elongates the word “all” anyway? I can’t think of a single instance where you would.  This is when I began to be suspicious…

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Oooh! Whichever bot wrote this comment must have a human heart!!!

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Thank you, fifth-grade teacher bot.  Your thought process, however, is commonplace and impotent.

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This one is my favorite: just look at all the syntax errors and mis-usage!!! Mmmm it’s creamy and delicious!  I mean, “I need to confess your data extended my sentiments…” PURE FUCKING GOLD.  I invite you to say this one out loud, with feeling.  It’ll tickle your chicken dick.

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Question: What are the ‘suggestions of your fingers?”

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This bot is REALLY into shaving with olive oil.  So much so that he is requesting updates as the author gains expertise.  With all the effort needed to be developed to discuss this, perhaps we’ll see a whole series of articles by this man providing us with a “great deal” more information on this endlessly (apparently) deep subject.  You know, if it’s feasable.

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This man is apparently BLISSFUL about this.  I mean, a good clean shave is nice and all, I’ll admit, but this guy has got hit the nail IN the head.

ZOMG Okay, I had a blast “writing” this.  Well, copying and pasting. Well, pointing and clicking.  Damn.  Nothing is real, is it?

Peace, y’all!

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So I’m actually starting Insanity with my beautiful friend Rikki (Rikki Booby).  This is my “before” picture. I’m in OK shape now, BUT I plan to get super ripped (or at the very least, less flabby).

BEFORE INSANITY 24AUG2011 BW

This is a fantastic workout.  I haven’t sweat this much due to exercising since basic training four years ago in the middle of summer in Georgia (Fort Benning, if you’re curious).

I am, of course, adhering to the Jason Diet, so there are a bunch of factors at work in my health right now.  I’m sure this workout would probably work even if I ate like shit though.

I liken the program to getting a tattoo: during the process it’s painful as hell but once you’re done, the endorphin rush is so intense that you actually look forward to the next torture session.

So I don’t want to say anything that might jinx me, so I’ll just end with my stats as of today: 176lbs and ~20% body fat (according to the calipers I got from GNC).  My goal by the end of the 60 day program is 160lbs and 12% – with the physique to match 🙂 I’ll try to update regularly, even if it means taking a new pic every day… If this all works then I’ll make a “Jason Does Insanity” page chronicling my adventure.

The Anabolic Diet: Day 17

Posted: December 2, 2009 in Health & Nutrition

So any information that can be found about this diet says how it takes some getting used.  They mention the big “crash” around day 8, and they all mention the definite rewards for sticking it out.

Well, this nears the close of day 16 or 17ish for me.  During the first week and a half I definitely started to notice a decline in my energy level; both at the gym and in my professional life.  I loathed stairs by about day 11.  I definitely had a major crash at about day 7-8 which was a Sunday night into Monday.  I slept pretty much from about 1500 Sunday to Monday evening, getting up only to pee, eat a few bites, and throw on an episode of “Friends.”  It was bad.  I was definitely anticipating it so it was bearable and a part of me was glad to see that this diet was “working.”

I finally did my carb load at about 0100 on Friday morning (Thursday night).  I had uncontrollable cravings for sweets and ended up buying a 4-pack of iced honey buns, a 12-pack of cupcakes, a big box of macaroni & cheese, a bag of iced animal cookies, a package of Soft Batch chocolate cookies, and 2 boxes of White Castle hamburgers.  Along with some Fiber One ‘caramel delight’ cereal with soy milk and a trip to Cici’s pizza, this constituted my entire initial carb load after the induction phase.  I should also note that I didn’t go to the gym from Wednesday through Sunday.  I spent the four-day Thanksgiving weekend playing Borderlands on Xbox 360. 

I went to the gym for the first time in five days yesterday (Monday).  It was amazing.  Even though I am sticking to a set-weight routine, I found I was able to do more reps after that ‘oh God this is starting to burn’ feeling comes.  I worked out until I was sore and it made it difficult to sleep i was so sore.  This is a sign – to me at least – that I’ve had a good workout.  I mainly did upper body.  And today, I did legs and had an equally awesome workout.  Hopefully I’ll get better sleep though; perhaps some NSAIDs before I hit the hay?

I have just finished eating dinner; a dish consisting of fresh spinach cooked with coconut oil, sliced turkey, and spices and I gotta say.  This diet is working well.  I know my next pig-out carb load is just around the corner, but I don’t feel an intense craving.  I’m hardly even looking forward to it.  I’m loving veggies and meat.  I suppose one way I could improve this diet is to pay closer attention to exact calories, times, and fat/protein content. 

I will post a couple more blogs about this diet and then some pics if I am really impressed with my progress.  Until next time!