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  • Originally posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    Every time I go to WalMart I feel like a shark swimming through a sea of catfish. Actually, I feel like that most places, really.
    Originally posted by texas.grok View Post
    Same for me but I compare it to more a wolf stalking a flock of sheep. Not that I'm some Hulk looking dude, it is more attitude than anything else. There is just something about a majority of people in the US that makes me think of week, meek and mild sheep.

    Fat or not, weak is weak.
    all i feel when i go is an intense desire for everyone to move out of the way
    beautiful
    yeah you are

    Baby if you time travel back far enough you can avoid that work because the dust won't be there. You're too pretty to be working that hard.
    lol

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    • Originally posted by bloodorchid View Post
      all i feel when i go is an intense desire for everyone to move out of the way
      And they usually do for me, body language, the universal language.
      Randal
      AKA: Texas Grok

      Originally posted by texas.grok
      Facebook is to intelligence what a black hole is to light
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      • body language and a cart
        beautiful
        yeah you are

        Baby if you time travel back far enough you can avoid that work because the dust won't be there. You're too pretty to be working that hard.
        lol

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        • Originally posted by bloodorchid View Post
          body language and a cart
          True, and I drive my grocery basket the same way I drive my car, aggressively!
          Randal
          AKA: Texas Grok

          Originally posted by texas.grok
          Facebook is to intelligence what a black hole is to light
          http://hardcoremind.com/

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          • When I'm around people my age, I feel like the world's most healthy person. So many people on pain meds, back issues, diabetes, meds, ulcers.... But I get the stink eye because of "your cholesterol must be insane" or my very favorite..... "That weightlifting is going to MESS YOU UP" normally from people with fucked up knees from running. People with running injuries LOVE to warn about weightlifting.

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            • Now at the age of 51 I have nothing to complain about, no illness that bother me, I recover good from relative high volume and high frequency training, no injuries or joint pains to write home about. My strength, endurance and flexibility levels are pretty much the same as in my twenties, yep I can even bench press and leg press more weight for more reps now! So something must be wrong since everything seems good, so a disaster will probably hit me tomorrow or the day after…
              "All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."

              - Schopenhauer

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              • Originally posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
                Every time I go to WalMart I feel like a shark swimming through a sea of catfish. Actually, I feel like that most places, really.
                Originally posted by texas.grok View Post
                Same for me but I compare it to more a wolf stalking a flock of sheep. Not that I'm some Hulk looking dude, it is more attitude than anything else. There is just something about a majority of people in the US that makes me think of week, meek and mild sheep.

                Fat or not, weak is weak.
                I feel like that in most places. and i'm not particularly imposing at 5'10" and currently 182 (down 10.5lbs since winter bulk). I think it's attitude/posture whatever.

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                • Originally posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
                  Every time I go to WalMart I feel like a shark swimming through a sea of catfish. Actually, I feel like that most places, really.
                  Originally posted by texas.grok View Post
                  Same for me but I compare it to more a wolf stalking a flock of sheep. Not that I'm some Hulk looking dude, it is more attitude than anything else. There is just something about a majority of people in the US that makes me think of week, meek and mild sheep.

                  Fat or not, weak is weak.
                  Originally posted by not on the rug View Post
                  I feel like that in most places. and i'm not particularly imposing at 5'10" and currently 182 (down 10.5lbs since winter bulk). I think it's attitude/posture whatever.
                  I agree, it has to be attitude/posture. I'm a small female (5'2", ~110lbs) and people get out of my way all the time. I've had people claim that I "intimidated" them. Uh... really? Now if only the motion sensor light in my garage would see me and light up when I go out there!

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                  • Originally posted by Goldie View Post
                    I agree, it has to be attitude/posture. I'm a small female (5'2", ~110lbs) and people get out of my way all the time. I've had people claim that I "intimidated" them. Uh... really? Now if only the motion sensor light in my garage would see me and light up when I go out there!
                    I was told by the director of new projects that they had to keep me in my position because people were afraid of me. I'm not sure why they are afraid, perhaps my take-no-shit attitude intimidates them or because I report directly to the chairman of the corporation, who never returns my phone calls or emails, but I'm telling them that.

                    Originally posted by not on the rug View Post
                    I feel like that in most places. and i'm not particularly imposing at 5'10" and currently 182 (down 10.5lbs since winter bulk). I think it's attitude/posture whatever.
                    Attitude and body language works regardless of your size.

                    Originally posted by Gorbag View Post
                    Now at the age of 51 I have nothing to complain about, no illness that bother me, I recover good from relative high volume and high frequency training, no injuries or joint pains to write home about. My strength, endurance and flexibility levels are pretty much the same as in my twenties, yep I can even bench press and leg press more weight for more reps now! So something must be wrong since everything seems good, so a disaster will probably hit me tomorrow or the day after…
                    I'm 58 and have started going to a gym in Suez with some of my guys and there are other men that come from Suez. Almost all of them are 20 to 30 years younger than I am, have spindly little legs and I'm out lifting most of them. And they seem a bit put off by my aggressive attitude, arms full of tattoos and working out barefoot.

                    Yea, I have a few aches and pains but nothing that I can't work through. Still have a lot of work to do on my abs.


                    Originally posted by magnolia1973 View Post
                    When I'm around people my age, I feel like the world's most healthy person. So many people on pain meds, back issues, diabetes, meds, ulcers
                    Same here. Everybody my age, or close to my age, that I know are taking at least one prescription medication and various OTC meds. Seems like they are sick all the time and complain about their illnesses and injuries constantly.
                    Randal
                    AKA: Texas Grok

                    Originally posted by texas.grok
                    Facebook is to intelligence what a black hole is to light
                    http://hardcoremind.com/

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                    • I was at the supermarket the other day (I don't usually shop there) and at least half the people there seemed liked zombies, lights on, nobody home. I'm not sure they'd move out of the way no matter how intimidating someone seemed, they didn't appear to notice anything. Some were overweight, some were not, young or old it didn't seem to matter.
                      Life is death. We all take turns. It's sacred to eat during our turn and be eaten when our turn is over. RichMahogany.

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