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post #28396 of 48637
lol was being facetious when I said that.

I don't judge people for juicing, nor do I believe I've ever accused anyone of juicing.

edit: Actually now that I think about it I did accuse on guy ITT....some like 5'8" 220 6% BF guy knucks posted. Woops.shog[1].gif
post #28397 of 48637
that guy is a monster, looks even bigger now
post #28398 of 48637
yeah agree 100% with what jarude said.

It's perfectly reasonable to judge the average gym rat for juicing and I'm not going to feel bad about that. Also don't feel bad about judging all the college kids on ritalin who don't have legitimate reasons.
post #28399 of 48637
Nobody minds if you build a slippery slope between asprin and test. That's the magic of a slippery slope, it connects things that have very little in common and pretends the commonality is significant. It isn't.
post #28400 of 48637
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

yeah agree 100% with what jarude said.

It's perfectly reasonable to judge the average gym rat for juicing and I'm not going to feel bad about that. Also don't feel bad about judging all the college kids on ritalin who don't have legitimate reasons.

Thought we were talking about bbers...not "average gym rats"

Though I still want a legitimate answer to this question: Why does it matter to you what other people do to their bodies?
post #28401 of 48637
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Thought we were talking about bbers...not "average gym rats"

Though I still want a legitimate answer to this question: Why does it matter to you what other people do to their bodies?



legalize errything
post #28402 of 48637
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Thought we were talking about bbers...not "average gym rats"

Though I still want a legitimate answer to this question: Why does it matter to you what other people do to their bodies?

it doesn't. People's actions determine what we think of them. If I have standards for myself and other people don't meet those standards the outcome is that I think less highly of them.
post #28403 of 48637
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it doesn't. People's actions determine what we think of them. If I have standards for myself and other people don't meet those standards the outcome is that I think less highly of them.

Then it's your own maturity issue. They're not hurting you or anyone else, so it shouldn't matter to you. If you focused more on your own progress and less on what other people are doing and pointing fingers, you'd have much better success.

And that applies to all aspects of life -- not just fitness.
post #28404 of 48637
Will potentially be hopping on dat der in september, come at me standards.
post #28405 of 48637
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Then it's your own maturity issue. They're not hurting you or anyone else, so it shouldn't matter to you. If you focused more on your own progress and less on what other people are doing and pointing fingers, you'd have much better success.

And that applies to all aspects of life -- not just fitness.

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post #28406 of 48637
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Then it's your own maturity issue.

Holding standards of behavior for yourself and expecting other humans to do the same is not a maturity issue.
post #28407 of 48637
Conceptionist

Damn!!!
post #28408 of 48637
fucking 3d movies, not only do i detest seeing movies in theaters anyways i now have the absolute godawfulest migraine in recent decades
post #28409 of 48637
Dropping down to 4 days of lifting a week and dropping to 2 meals a day because of exam prep, feels bad man. Cannot realistically spend 12 hours a week in the gym and 2 hours to leave the library cook and eat lunch a day and get 10-12 hours of studying in, feels bad man.
post #28410 of 48637
The world would suck without gear. Can you imagine Terminator 2 with an all-natty Arnold? WOOF!
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