2004 Mr. Olympia

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Postby Strix » Sat Sep 04, 2004 12:52 am

[quote="sensless"].



"Maybe I'll touch on the other stuff after I'm done waking up. "

I anxiously await.


" I already explained the "you" should have read "one". Beyond that, the particular quoted line is merely a sample of what I think is hypocracy, not an attribution of hypocracy to you (Strix). Yet another step beyond that, people beyond Strix and I have commented about this, so if the current reader isn't the one who called AS or others a name but was offended by his use of 'girlyman', then this example of hypocracy probably shouldn't be applied to that reader."

Blah, Blah, Blah, Yada, Yada Yada....

"It gets very ambiguous and tricky when attempting to debate with several people at once. The attribution of lines that aren't meant for all readers can occur easily."

Excuses, excuses...good spin, though.

"Always Loving"

Awwwww...

By the way, did you get those debating tips? Hopefully, they can help you out.

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Postby muscle-militia » Sat Sep 04, 2004 1:13 am

[quote] Muscle Militia
Actually the ONLY way a lie detector works, is if the person taking it actually thinks it works and just confesses. There currently is no such thing as an actual lie detector. I had to take a LD for getting to work at the National Security Agency by the way. What a joke! Like my breathing, pulse and sweat rate indicates truth and lies!

That I didnt know!!

Also, I am glad my IQ is about the same as a 'Garden Snail' thus having to debate politics - hell I have trouble walking straight & chewing gum! Good thing all governments are crap in the uk - saves time on debate LOL!
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Postby sensless » Sat Sep 04, 2004 1:50 am

Strix, I did get those tips. They said you suck.

Cheerio!

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Postby J » Sat Sep 04, 2004 2:11 am

Again, maybe you should take your own advice before so eagerly advising others.

Actually back on planet earth you don't actually have to be perfect in order to offer advice to others. Only in the fairyland where Mr. Failure is a crybaby whiner does such logic apply.
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Postby Strix » Sat Sep 04, 2004 2:14 am

[quote="sensless"]Strix, I did get those tips. They said you suck.


:lol:

So how's your lightheadedness? I've read that is very common in girlymen.
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Postby J » Sat Sep 04, 2004 2:15 am

Ahh John. You can't say those sorts of things. You can dance around and do it like Strix does. But you can't come out and do so in straightforward honest fashion.
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Postby sensless » Sat Sep 04, 2004 6:57 am

I think the light headeness is from my hair color.


Duh?

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Postby RobertCheeke » Wed Sep 15, 2004 2:28 am

Hey guys and girls and men and women. I asked a question a couple of weeks ago when I returned from Europe. I wanted to know if any other vegans out there planned on going to Las Vegas for the 2004 Mr. Olympia. There were something like 66 replies, but I don't remember anyone actually answering the question. I do remember a lot steroid talk and name calling.

I'm just curious because I booked my hotel to stay for a whole week and was interested if any other vegans were going to go out to lunch with and hang out during the greatest bodybuilding weekend in the world.

So if you plan on heading to Vegas, please let me know....I'll see you there!

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Postby Mary » Wed Sep 15, 2004 5:31 am

No, not coming. In the UK!

I just saw pumping iron, and it has to be said, that whatever you think of the steroid issues, these people work really hard to achieve their physiques. I don't like Schwartzenegger, but you have to respect the fact he put bbing on the map. Hope you enjoy it - report back to us.
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Postby JP » Wed Sep 15, 2004 4:52 pm

fair enough rob, sorry that your innocent request turned to such a huge thread about all sorts! Anyways, many interested issues came up so it's a good thread :D
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Postby J » Wed Sep 15, 2004 5:34 pm

Yeah sorry about that. I'm not coming to see the wonders of steriods.
But I hope you have a good time. And I'm sure a lot of those guys are pretty decent.
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Postby J » Wed Sep 15, 2004 5:36 pm

And I think bb might be a lot more popular today without Joe Weider and it would have managed just fine without Arnold also.
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Postby Mary » Wed Sep 15, 2004 5:44 pm

Here is a question. When the first Miss Olympia started the women looked to be strong, but clean - that is pictures I have seen of them, they look like natural athletes. Nowadays the Miss Olympias seem much more steroidal, which is a pity. Is it that the women in 1980 were in fact smaller in terms of musculature than the bbers are now, or is it just that the pictures I have seen came after the competition, when they had scaled down a bit. And what kind of comps are there for clean female bbers? I would like to see what kind of physique they have, since I think natural strength is a good ideal for women to aim at.
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Postby muscle-militia » Wed Sep 15, 2004 5:53 pm

Natural female BB'ers is getting huge, especially in the US, but we have Vicky McCann who is simply amazing. Females follow the same as us guys with contests Natural or Juiced - there are comps for both.
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Postby Mary » Wed Sep 15, 2004 6:12 pm

Hey, thanks! I have checked out her name and the website, and these women look absolutely fantastic. Are you involved in any of these comps in the UK? Tell us when you are next up for competition so we can all cheer you on from the sidelines. (That goes for you too Keegan. :D )
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