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Posted on Wed, May 31, 2006 01:19

JOHNNYBRAVO_CDN write:
Hey Katie, there ARE Dundee's out there. I work with a couple. Problem with us is that we usually dont notice a woman likes us unless she hits us in the face and says so! LOL


Hey Johnny,

Hope you aren't gone yet. Seeing as YOU'RE just a kid, (LOL) I want you to talk some of your older coworkers into checking out MM so that, if they look anything like you,I can hit them in the face and tell them I like them and to call me.

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Posted on Sat, May 27, 2006 11:02

JOHNNYBRAVO_CDN write:
Hey Robtest, thoese are great odds!!! 7:1...liking them. Plus I love the southern accents they have down there. So you help develop those flight sims? Want to know a secret...I love videogames....dont tell anyone. Wouldn't want them all to think I was immature or anything like that. Love the shooter games (SOCOM1, 2, 3). The PSP is sweet too. Did you just work on PC games....Ooops, Flight SIMULATORS...not games!

It's all about changing it up and driving yourself. The hardest part of working out is the actual "going" to the gym. I just want to be in better shape then most of the mouth-breathers I have to arrest.

Hey Katie, there ARE Dundee's out there. I work with a couple. Problem with us is that we usually dont notice a woman likes us unless she hits us in the face and says so! LOL


Yes, those are tremendous odds! LOL, unfortunately, there aren't many computer type jobs there, so I am kinda stuck in "metrosexual" Atlanta for atleast another decade. If the stock market turns around (???), perhaps then this country mouse can escape the evil city and return to his beloved "hills of eastTN". Now a man like yourself, with a career like you have would have no problem there! LOL, those Charleston girls were quite "ooglie" at some of the muscly men walking by in the park when we were having brunch.

I am quite the gamer too. I work on Windows and Novell file servers for a large insurance company and love my work. It takes creativity and sometimes a little luck to make all the "toys" play nice with each other. Of course, computers speak standard protocols, so communication is much simplier than we are faced with in our Mars/Venus interactions. LOL

I am mostly a FPS (first person shooter) guy too. Finished up Call of Duty2, and bought a copy of Brothers In Arms (Hill 30) now that it has been out for awhile and the price dropped down to reasonable. Been role playing a bit in World of Warcraft, and play both the Human Alliance side characters and the Horde side with orcs. Great fun, and you get to "kill stuff" ingame too. Great way to take out the frustrations of the day!!!

The flight simulator stuff was cool. I liked it as much for making new things as for actually flying it. My planes were once the scurges of the internet. There were guys that were trying to get a "1% feel" out of it, as close to reality as possible. And while those were okay, this is virtual reality. I preferred making planes that were way too fast, turned on a dime and would blow you up from halfway across the sky. Now those were called evil mods, and rightly so, it was not fair to take those against non-modded planes. No joy/honor for me in doing that, much like stepping on an anthill and bragging about how many you killed. Now one of my mods against another of my mods, now that was a battle! At one point, my personal website was getting hundreds of hits a day with people download my stuff. I did planes (3d model design, flight characteristics, armor/guns) and some scenery design too. At one point, some buddies and I were having dogfights over the Atlanta Stadium.

Like most games, there are forums to support them. Ironically, many of the "youngsters" there display a maturity that is beyond these forums.

Of course my paintball forums are much the same here! LOL... My gun shoots better than your gun, and I am gonna kick your ass!!! :o) Have you ever played???

I have always liked guns and shooting. Being from the country, I learned early and even had an NRA marksman patch at age 8, which I got at summercamp at the YMCA. At that age, the hardest part was qualifying standing, as the .22 rifle was a big heavy then. My gun of choice now is a 9mm Sig 226 with the nightglow (trigicon?) sights. At 25 yds., I can put most of the clip in the black rapid fire.

BTW, what do you think of the Gangsta's and shooting a pistol sideways? ROFLMAO...

I got into paintball late for my age(32), but it was just emerging really. I got addicted to it and even played tournament level and traveled the southeast playing all over. The adreneline rush is like no other(well maybe good sex!), and while you get bruised up a little if you don't keep tight on your bunkers, no one gets too hurt and no one dies. I tell all my hunting buddies that with paintball, "I shoot turkeys all year long".

Agree with you on the going to the gym being the hardest part. I once heard that if the gym isn't within 10 minutes drive, it would never workout. I have most of my own equipment in my basement. Prefer to be outside hiking, biking, swimming, but have some free weights, and one of the Chuck Norris Total Gym things. It is pretty cool, and you vary the angle and use your own mass against yourself.

Ironically, as much as people whine about losing weight and not being in shape, it truly does only take 20-40 minutes 3-4 times a week to keep good tone. I inherited my mother's lovely blue eyes, quick wit, and pisces nature, but unfortunately, I also got her small bone structure. Just can't hang that much muscle off the tiny bones. But I do the best I can with what God gave me. I have decent tone and 12% bodyfat. A couple years ago, I broke 200# and decided to get back in shape for my 45 Bday.

I agree with you on the personal trainers, but for a beginner, that is an excellent place to start. Certainly, fellow weight lifters are better for the actually lifting of weights and the ins and outs of that. The PTs are more generalized (wider but not as deep in their knowledgebase).

I had to laugh at the "roid monkeys" comment. With the Barry Bonds controversy going on, I have seen a couple documentary type shows. One man was saying "Humans have evolved over thousands and thousands of years, but look at the gains in the last couple decades. Do you really think that we are evolving that much faster now? No, it is all the juice"... It kinda reminds me of a scene from the Harrison Ford/Rutger Hauer movie BLADERUNNER. One of the droids was asking the scientist who invented them why they had such a short lifespan. The reply "the light that burns twice as bright burns half as long".

Alright, enough of this diatribe. I am headed back downtown to the park for the Atlanta Jazz Fest. Wish me luck, as I am meeting a woman from the net for the first time! Of course, I do always keep in mind my 5:90:5 theory. LOL



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Posted on Fri, May 26, 2006 11:11

JOHNNYBRAVO_CDN write:
I have got more from fellow weight lifters at the gym then I have ever off of a personal trainer. I find them great for diet information but as far as muscle gain...nah. There is nothing wrong with talking to someone at the gym that you see has got good results. Even the roid monkeys can give you good tips on muscle gain (ie different and new ways of performing an exercise). The method I use to gain is a collaberation of different exercises. Diet is VERY important when you want to gain. Especially if you have found you are having a hard time gaining, could be your diet.

Have you always had a large build to begin with Johnny?



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Posted on Thu, May 25, 2006 20:24

I have got more from fellow weight lifters at the gym then I have ever off of a personal trainer. I find them great for diet information but as far as muscle gain...nah. There is nothing wrong with talking to someone at the gym that you see has got good results. Even the roid monkeys can give you good tips on muscle gain (ie different and new ways of performing an exercise). The method I use to gain is a collaberation of different exercises. Diet is VERY important when you want to gain. Especially if you have found you are having a hard time gaining, could be your diet.



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Posted on Thu, May 25, 2006 02:50

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First of all, let me say that I am trying to decide if that was an insult or you just trying to be helpful.

I never did look into becoming an officer with the police as I said. So no, I did not get the information you just provided.

I am aware that there are personal trainers and other staff at the gym. That being said, I am sure you have not missed Johnny's obvious size. I thought I would ask a man who clearly has had great results.


Hey Candyman,

I had a friend who was a black belt, 9th Dan living in my apartment building. He was a wiry little beanpole; 5' 7" like me but no bulk whatsoever.

He wanted to attend a big Martial Arts Championship in Chcago one year back in 1995 or thereabouts. He taught me Kung Fu and in return, I fed him. I bought all his groceries for three months: lean juicy steaks, chicken, eggs, cottage cheese and some greens. He was cut off beer and his favourite, Coke, and I only let him drink water and green tea. I also bought him protein powder, Lecithin and raw bran. I don't remember now, WHY I chose those things, but I DO remember I did a lot of research on diet for training, and that's what he consumed for 3 months, under my watchful supervision.

He found a pholanthropist who granted him the air fare, he went away to Chicago and a week later, he returned with the biggest, shiniest trophy I'd ever seen somebody win. He started out weighing 120 and went to the competition weighing in at a buff, toned 135. Since he didn't have the cash to get a gym membership, he did the "Rocky" routine and ran up hills and stairs and lifted rocks, tree branches and children. No ... he didn't punch meat. LOL He could do one-handed push-ups and performed chin ups outside swinging from the apple tree in the front court.

Nonetheless, Doctor, I hope Johnny, or one of his Crocodile friends, comes back and gives you some serious advise you can use. You've got the face ... and after your workout starts to show .... you'll be beating the women off with a stethoscope! LOL

Now, down on the floor and give me 50, mister.



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Posted on Wed, May 24, 2006 14:55

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Lifesaver_notTHEcandy write:
May I step in? Just wondering how many times a week you work out Johnny? I used to want to be with the police as well when I was a teenager, but was always worried that I just wouldn't "make the cut". I've since gotten a great education, and work in a completely different field, but if you have any tricks that you could share with this Doctor, I would kindly accept any advice. I am well aware of nutrition etc, but I know there are work-out tricks as well that I am not aware of. Thanks in advance!

I should also mention I am looking for advice on increasing my size. Thanks



So now may i step in here. First off there is no specific ht /wt to become a police officer. But if you ever checked into that you would know.


JohnnyB may have hit the road, but for what it is worth...

Stat is right on height and weight requirement, but you do have to pass the PARE test (Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation), at least in Nova Scotia... Search on "Training Programs for Public Policing in Canada" for a good overview of the requirements.

Also try searching on "L is for Law Enforcement" too, it speaks of a fellow that was a diabetic that was accepted.

As Stat mentioned, a personal trainer at gym would be your best bet for weight training and mass gain! Being a doctor, I am sure you can probably evaluate the myriad of weight/mass gain supplements. I tend to go for endurance training rather than mass/strength, but do normally start the day with a protein powder milkshake. Be careful with some of them as they tend to have "cutters" that are designed to slim off the excess fat, and tend to muck with your metabolic rate some.



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Posted on Wed, May 24, 2006 13:26

statuesque4u write:

Lifesaver_notTHEcandy write:
May I step in? Just wondering how many times a week you work out Johnny? I used to want to be with the police as well when I was a teenager, but was always worried that I just wouldn't "make the cut". I've since gotten a great education, and work in a completely different field, but if you have any tricks that you could share with this Doctor, I would kindly accept any advice. I am well aware of nutrition etc, but I know there are work-out tricks as well that I am not aware of. Thanks in advance!

I should also mention I am looking for advice on increasing my size. Thanks



So now may i step in here. First off there is no specific ht /wt to become a police officer. But if you ever checked into that you would know.

Second if you want to do some improvement on your body then someone at your gym will be a better help as each body is different and something might work for you that doesn't work for "our Johnny". But again if you were that interested you woud have already found out that information also.
The gym guys have lots of good info for someone who wants to improve there size...you should utilize it!!!

First of all, let me say that I am trying to decide if that was an insult or you just trying to be helpful.

I never did look into becoming an officer with the police as I said. So no, I did not get the information you just provided.

I am aware that there are personal trainers and other staff at the gym. That being said, I am sure you have not missed Johnny's obvious size. I thought I would ask a man who clearly has had great results.



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Posted on Wed, May 24, 2006 13:03

Lifesaver_notTHEcandy write:
May I step in? Just wondering how many times a week you work out Johnny? I used to want to be with the police as well when I was a teenager, but was always worried that I just wouldn't "make the cut". I've since gotten a great education, and work in a completely different field, but if you have any tricks that you could share with this Doctor, I would kindly accept any advice. I am well aware of nutrition etc, but I know there are work-out tricks as well that I am not aware of. Thanks in advance!

I should also mention I am looking for advice on increasing my size. Thanks


So now may i step in here. First off there is no specific ht /wt to become a police officer. But if you ever checked into that you would know.

Second if you want to do some improvement on your body then someone at your gym will be a better help as each body is different and something might work for you that doesn't work for "our Johnny". But again if you were that interested you woud have already found out that information also.
The gym guys have lots of good info for someone who wants to improve there size...you should utilize it!!!



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Posted on Tue, May 23, 2006 20:22

JOHNNYBRAVO_CDN write:
How does one delete thier account? I looked briefly and cannont find it.

Thanks.

Goto MY ACCOUNT / HOME in the leftside menu, then from that page, look at the bottom in section #5, and you should see:

Other membership services (hide/hold profile & other billing/account issues)

That will take you to a page, where you can select:

Resign from the website and delete profile (This action is irreversible!)


Good Luck in Your Search, where ever it might take you...

Namaste!



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Posted on Tue, May 23, 2006 20:02

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Hey Johnny what happened in here? You had all your babes in one cubicle and now they are gone. I thought you had more saavy than that. LOL





Perhaps he is MIA (missing in ACTION), hopefully with one (several?) of the babes, not in the line of duty!!!



I still look at this thread and think it's a sandwich. Interestingly, Katie has been missing for a few days as well. Coincidence?


Hmmmmmm... Very interesting observation. The man does have access to a seaplane, and isn't Toronto beside one of the great lakes??? Perhaps time will tell!


Ha! I should be so lucky. lol

Now Johnny is the perfect example of what women dream of. Tall, strong, obviously wouldn't wet his trousers if somebody threatened his woman.

I KNOW! Crocodile Dundee! That's the kind of man I dream of having! He's easy-going, down-to-earth, successful in that he never has to worry about where to live or what to eat. He is handsome but isn't full of himself. He has a sense of humour and a really big knife!

Nothing seems to scare him but if it does, he doesn't show it. He isn't aggressive, he's protective and respectful of his women, he enjoys women and is a good friend with other men. He doesn't feel threatened or resentful of either gender.

HE'S not a bad boy. Is he a myth?

(uh, ... aside from the fact that he's a fictional character in a movie.)

Hmmm think he did fly to you, but you have cast little Johnny aside as he wants to leave MM!

As for the sandwich, the lure of the simple carbohydrate gets me every time. I think everyone else is getting it as I am not.

  


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Posted on Tue, May 23, 2006 16:49

Hey Robtest, thoese are great odds!!! 7:1...liking them. Plus I love the southern accents they have down there. So you help develop those flight sims? Want to know a secret...I love videogames....dont tell anyone. Wouldn't want them all to think I was immature or anything like that. Love the shooter games (SOCOM1, 2, 3). The PSP is sweet too. Did you just work on PC games....Ooops, Flight SIMULATORS...not games!

It's all about changing it up and driving yourself. The hardest part of working out is the actual "going" to the gym. I just want to be in better shape then most of the mouth-breathers I have to arrest.

Hey Katie, there ARE Dundee's out there. I work with a couple. Problem with us is that we usually dont notice a woman likes us unless she hits us in the face and says so! LOL



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Posted on Tue, May 23, 2006 16:43

Hey Robtest, thoese are great odds!!! 7:1...liking them. Plus I love the southern accents they have down there. So you help develop those flight sims? Want to know a secret...I love videogames....dont tell anyone. Wouldn't want them all to think I was immature or anything like that. Love the shooter games (SOCOM1, 2, 3). The PSP is sweet too. Did you just work on PC games....Ooops, Flight SIMULATORS...not games!

It's all about changing it up and driving yourself. The hardest part of working out is the actual "going" to the gym. Once your there, it's all gravy! I make a point of working out everyday I work (4 days a week) and one of my days off(soley cardio, no weights, swimming or the bike). I dont want to be a hulk, I just want to be in better shape then most of the mouth-breathers I have to arrest.

Hey Katie, there ARE Dundee's out there. I work with a couple. Problem with us is that we usually dont notice a woman likes us unless she hits us in the face and says so! LOL



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Posted on Mon, May 22, 2006 23:44

robtest write:
seattlesunshine write:

robtest write:

cutiepie01 write:
Hey Johnny what happened in here? You had all your babes in one cubicle and now they are gone. I thought you had more saavy than that. LOL





Perhaps he is MIA (missing in ACTION), hopefully with one (several?) of the babes, not in the line of duty!!!



I still look at this thread and think it's a sandwich. Interestingly, Katie has been missing for a few days as well. Coincidence?


Hmmmmmm... Very interesting observation. The man does have access to a seaplane, and isn't Toronto beside one of the great lakes??? Perhaps time will tell!


Ha! I should be so lucky. lol

Now Johnny is the perfect example of what women dream of. Tall, strong, obviously wouldn't wet his trousers if somebody threatened his woman.

I KNOW! Crocodile Dundee! That's the kind of man I dream of having! He's easy-going, down-to-earth, successful in that he never has to worry about where to live or what to eat. He is handsome but isn't full of himself. He has a sense of humour and a really big knife!

Nothing seems to scare him but if it does, he doesn't show it. He isn't aggressive, he's protective and respectful of his women, he enjoys women and is a good friend with other men. He doesn't feel threatened or resentful of either gender.

HE'S not a bad boy. Is he a myth?

(uh, ... aside from the fact that he's a fictional character in a movie.)

  


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Posted on Mon, May 22, 2006 23:15

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robtest write:

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Hey Johnny what happened in here? You had all your babes in one cubicle and now they are gone. I thought you had more saavy than that. LOL





Perhaps he is MIA (missing in ACTION), hopefully with one (several?) of the babes, not in the line of duty!!!


I still look at this thread and think it's a sandwich. Interestingly, Katie has been missing for a few days as well. Coincidence?


Sunshine, what are you saying? That I've gone away to make a sandwich? Naw ... I just go to Subway. lol

  


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How does one delete thier account? I looked briefly and cannont find it.

Thanks.



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Posted on Mon, May 22, 2006 13:14

May I step in? Just wondering how many times a week you work out Johnny? I used to want to be with the police as well when I was a teenager, but was always worried that I just wouldn't "make the cut". I've since gotten a great education, and work in a completely different field, but if you have any tricks that you could share with this Doctor, I would kindly accept any advice. I am well aware of nutrition etc, but I know there are work-out tricks as well that I am not aware of. Thanks in advance!

I should also mention I am looking for advice on increasing my size. Thanks



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Posted on Mon, May 22, 2006 09:56

GlennaB write:
robtest write:

seattlesunshine write:

robtest write:

cutiepie01 write:
Hey Johnny what happened in here? You had all your babes in one cubicle and now they are gone. I thought you had more saavy than that. LOL





Perhaps he is MIA (missing in ACTION), hopefully with one (several?) of the babes, not in the line of duty!!!



I still look at this thread and think it's a sandwich. Interestingly, Katie has been missing for a few days as well. Coincidence?



Hmmmmmm... Very interesting observation. The man does have access to a seaplane, and isn't Toronto beside one of the great lakes??? Perhaps time will tell!

Rob,
If you are talking about that plane.(background) It can not land on anything but in a cove or bay that is in calm waters. A seaplane does not have floats and lands on it's belly. (fuselage) Only a good pilot could make a landing in the ocean with a plane like that on floats, without flipping the whole plane. I know many who can. I was married to one that could. It is in the flex. I see stabilizer bars between the floats on that plane.That restricts the flex when you hit a few white caps coming in for maybe a few skips. But I am only a Alaskan women who knows MANY fighter, commercial and bush pilots.



I won't argue with you on the definition of "seaplane", but a quick google should educate you on that! As for no pontoons, I think you are thinking more of the multi-engine ones like the G44A Grumman Widgeon. I used to create virtual aircraft for MS Flight Simulator and MS Combat Flight Simulator. It was quite tricky to get them puppies to land even in a virtual world on flat water! The Widgeons were a special favorite, but the little pontooners were fun too.

But point taken on needing a "good pilot". We actually took one like the one that JohnnyB has in the picture from Boston Harbor out to Martha's Vineyard, and yeah, it was a little hairy, even for our family. But the pilot was well experienced and flew 10-15 hops a day. Luckily, it worked out better than it did for the ill-fated Kennedy. My father was a pilot in the Army, so we grew up in Cessna's and Cherokees. He had his instrument, multi-engine and commerical ratings/licenses. I think you once mentioned a Cessna 206 as a favorite. That was our "station wagon" in the mid70's and we got to visit many places across the US! Even got to visit the San Diego Zoo back in 1975.


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Im still here. I dont know where they all went? Its been a fun read for sure!


So you having any luck up there in your neck of the woods? I met some women from Charleston, SC over the weekend. That might be where "us guys" need to move, as they reported it is 7:1 women to men there! LOL



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Im still here. I dont know where they all went? Its been a fun read for sure!

Johnny come closer, let me console you. Since Rob is such a chicken. LOL



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GlennaB write:
robtest write:

seattlesunshine write:

robtest write:

cutiepie01 write:
Hey Johnny what happened in here? You had all your babes in one cubicle and now they are gone. I thought you had more saavy than that. LOL





Perhaps he is MIA (missing in ACTION), hopefully with one (several?) of the babes, not in the line of duty!!!



I still look at this thread and think it's a sandwich. Interestingly, Katie has been missing for a few days as well. Coincidence?



Hmmmmmm... Very interesting observation. The man does have access to a seaplane, and isn't Toronto beside one of the great lakes??? Perhaps time will tell!

Rob,
If you are talking about that plane.(background) It can not land on anything but in a cove or bay that is in calm waters. A seaplane does not have floats and lands on it's belly. (fuselage) Only a good pilot could make a landing in the ocean with a plane like that on floats, without flipping the whole plane. I know many who can. I was married to one that could. It is in the flex. I see stabilizer bars between the floats on that plane.That restricts the flex when you hit a few white caps coming in for maybe a few skips. But I am only a Alaskan women who knows MANY fighter, commercial and bush pilots.

So when are you going to introduce me to these men...wink....Would love to meet a fighter pilot..lol...YUMMY



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Posted on Sun, May 21, 2006 21:35

Im still here. I dont know where they all went? Its been a fun read for sure!



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