This story is ridiculous.
The article doesn’t specifically say why the body is the property of the murder, which is a fiction only a lawyer could understand. It is because it was buried in his back yard?
There is some comfort the psycho is in Georgia and not somewhere like California. Eventually they will get around to killing him. Of course if he were in Texas, he’d probably already be dead.
Or at least it seems that way. I’m eating 2911 calories a day and it is a struggle. Plus having to figure everything before you actually do it is a pain. I started out taking an hour to get everything entered. I’m getting better, but not there yet.
Thing are also getting harder to hit the As. I’m staring to think about using previous days again. If I could find 4 days that work I’d be good to go. Until my calories change that is.
The misses is also getting frustrated with the program and this is only week one. She’s got 7 weeks of conditioning. 3 days and she’s telling me she’s gaining fat.
If this gets to stressing we’ll quit. I’m not sure if that will be a good thing or a bad.
The just put up a new success story at PT, and all I could say was “Holy Crap!”. Nadine is truly inspirational. She’s gone from really big to looking good. I’m sure she’s not finished, but she’s already shown it can be done for anyone.
And make sure you read the whole article ( there is a second page). Her struggle to accept she’s gotten thin enough to be hot reminds me of my wife. At some point you have to trust someone else to tell you you are hot and yes you can wear that dress. You aren’t what you used to me.
I currently drive a Pontiac Firebird, but GM in their wisdom have discontinued the Firebird/Camero lines, so I have to look for a different car for the future. Plus Pontiac has been a pain the ass on warranty and I’m not buying another one from them.
When I was young there were two cars I wanted, a Trans Am and a 280ZX. In a way I got the Trans Am. Now I need to work on the Nissan.
The new 350Z is a nice car. My best friend went to the Houston Auto Show yesterday and said he liked it, and the performance for price is really good. It does look nice, but the car I want is the new Mazda RX-8.
A “four door” sports car is very attractive to a middle aged guy like me. My Firebird will seat four, which is cool, though I don’t use it that much. The whole family went a week long vacation in it last summer and managed fine. The biggest problem with the Firebird is the size of the doors. They are real long, making getting out in a tight parking place a problem. The RX-8’s double door design should help in this.
They even have an X-Men version. Can’t ask for more than that.
And now for something completely different….
I guess I’m officially off BFL. I started Physique Transformation officially today. I’m in the conditioning phase of the program which requires me to eat 2911 calories this week. I’ll then be going up over the next 4 weeks to 3321 calories. I have to maintain an Protein/Carb/Fat ration of 33/52/15.
It is actually hard to get enough calories. This program is MUCH more anal than Body for Life. You have to enter everything you eat and it grades you and you have to have an A average for the week. I managed to get an A on my first day which is good.
Though that’s on my plan, not my actual. I’ve already failed to eat one of the meals. When I entered Tuna I entered an entire can of tuna, with just some relish. It was way dry and I almost puked trying to get it down. So I only ate 1/2 of it. I’ve modified my foods and increase a turkey meal by 2 oz to make up for the lost tuna. My grade is still an A though.
PT tells you not to do cardio during conditioning, which will last 4 weeks. You only do cardio when you need it and anything you do during conditioning you have to keep doing and increase during Fat Burning. So I’m not during cardio. I’m allowed to do weights, and eating all this food, I’d probably gain some muscle, so I’ll probably keep doing BFL weights.
Had 3 free days this weekend. We just kept eating, knowing it was going to be a long time before we could do it again. No free days on PT. The funny thing was we felt terrible after every meal, but we’d just do it again in a few hours. But that’s over.
We’ll have to eat. I’m not hungry, but its time.
A friend and former co-werker of mine has published his first story. I actually read it at last year’s Armadillo Con writer’s workshop. I wasn’t in his group, but my wife was. It’s a really funny story, check it out.