muscle pharm’s battle fuel xt

so, i got my two bottles of muscle pharm’s battle fuel xt in. it’s what’s self-called an “advanced 4 stage testosterone system” and sponsored by the ufc. badass marketing to say the least. muscle pharm is a supplement company that’s one of the better, more heralded ones out there. at least when it comes to marketing themselves. they are great at getting the words out, and the bottles are beautiful, even though the pills smell like shit.

so, it’s basically a little testosterone booster. i doubt it will do much. i’m 225 pounds at the height of 6’2″-6’3″. i’d like to get stronger and build muscle, but that would occur by getting off my ass, lifting heavy, eating enough protein and getting some sleep. not by some pill. and i certainly don’t need this supplement for more frequent boners since sometimes i find myself horny enough to get off 4-5 times a day.

but i got a couple of bottles anyway along with muscle pharm’s shred matrix which is a stimulant/thermogenic weight loss supplement. i’ll be stacking them together.

in doing so (stacking them together), i’ll write about my thoughts while on here. as if anybody will read. i had my blog marked as private for over a year and i’m just now returning. not on a clean slate either. i have a lot of posts still up from before, ones that would freak people out.

on an off-topic note, i can’t wait for benson henderson and anthony “showtime” pettis to fight at ufc 164 on the 31st of this month. will probably be a dud.

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i miss writing with proper grammar and punctuation

well, the punctuation is alright asides from the lower case text, but when i started this blog i thought it would be fun to see how an all-lowercase blog would be. i’ve written over 70-80 blogs on wordpress over the last 7 years and this is the first one where i’m not even bothering with capitalizing a damn thing.

i don’t care for it. i feel lazy, like a slob, but i’m going to keep going. i haven’t posted in over a year because i shut this blog down after posting some personal thoughts i felt uncomfortable posting about (after the fact).

i’m back, for now. and i’m horny as hell.

she told me she would never leave me

you hear this phrase a lot. “she told me she would never leave me”. it’s spouted by brokenhearted guys (99.9% chance of being young and barely experienced in the field of the women scholar) that are desperate for answers.

people get hung up on what other people say too much. instead of listening to what a woman says — watch her actions. if she tells you she loves you with all her heart, but barely makes an effort to contact you, acts like it’s a chore to be around you or treats you like she’s doing a favor just to be with you, then obviously some wild shit is going on behind the scenes.

a lot of guys don’t get this, though. “she told me she’d always be mine and mine only forever! she lied!”

lebron james told the cleveland cavaliers he wanted to be a ‘cavalier forever’. he entered free agency in july 2010 and took his talents to south beach to play for the miami heat. when people get married, they say ’til death do us part’ and 50% of marriages end in divorce (the other 50% end in death).

so, take what people say with a grain of salt, and watch their actions instead. when a person has a PhD in bullshit, they can manipulate you with their words if you are gullible enough. the power of words cannot be explained, but if you turn your active ears off (i can barely hear a damn thing, anyway) and watch one’s actions, you will be much more successful in life.

i’m not telling you to not listen. listen, but don’t over-invest in a few spouted words. it’s bad for your health. as the old adage goes, actions speak louder than words.

moderation, smoderation — people are killing me

i noticed recently that on a can of nos (energy drink), it now features a warning label (different one than from before) that states “the total amount of caffeine from any source for one day should be, at maximum, 400 mg” (not verbatim; paraphrasing).

what? i’m a 6’3″ 225 pound man. i’ve been a caffeine addict since the very end of march 2009. that number is arbitrary as hell. the amount of caffeine one can consume a day is subjective as shit.

if you are a 5’1″ 100-105 pound girl, please be careful with your caffeine. that is all.

i don’t like the word ‘moderation’. every time i hear the word or think about the word, i feel all sticky and slimy, because it’s overused and ‘moderation’ for one person is completely different for another person. i don’t reckon i know my limits, but then again, i’ve exercised common sense with anything related to psychoactive stimulants.

all these people who’ve died via caffeine related deaths, it’s tragic. i’m sorry for their families who’ve lost loved ones, but at the same time, you can’t be out on a football field, sweating profusely, and think it’s a good idea to chug two energy drinks. caffeine is a diuretic, so even though you’re consuming liquids, when it comes to energy drinks you are also consuming 200% of your daily value of B vitamins (which your body will want to piss out the excessive rest) with all the caffeine. when you outside, sweating, and not drinking any water, you know what you should be drinking? ding ding! water and gatorade, motherfuckers!

a 14 year old girl recently died after tearing down a 24 ounce monster energy drink. they are blaming the drink, but many articles fail to state that the girl had a heart condition. hm… so, energy drinks are to blame? we can’t chalk this up due to the typical western civilization diet that lacks ample amounts of potassium and magnesium?

no wonder we have nutjobs calling 2012 the year of the apocalypse. a lack of knowledge and a denial of the truth is hurting everyone.