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Hello everybody..

#1 Postby andgbr » Thu Nov 16, 2006 2:49 pm

Hello everybody, I'm Glenn, and i'm 16.. and now i'm living in SW-Florida. =)

I don't really have any bodybuilding or fitness historic to review.. cuz i'm a newbie.
Well, and a vegan for almost a year.. ( vegetarian for about 16 months.. )

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#2 Postby Richard » Thu Nov 16, 2006 2:51 pm

Welcome dude, what other interests do you have?
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#3 Postby loveliberate » Thu Nov 16, 2006 3:09 pm

Hello & Welcome Glenn! :D
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#4 Postby JW » Thu Nov 16, 2006 3:23 pm

Welcome to the group Glen!! :D

glad to have you here!
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#5 Postby robert » Thu Nov 16, 2006 3:47 pm

Welcome Glenn!

Great to have you here. You'll learn all kinds of great information and get to know some really cool people too.

Thanks for joining our awesome vegan team and all the best. See you around the board.

Check out my Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness Book on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Vegan-Bodybuildin ... 497&sr=1-1

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#6 Postby andgbr » Thu Nov 16, 2006 4:08 pm

my interests? i like cooking, and gadgets, and i'm planning to study economics... :lol:
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well, and now i'm here to learn.. :D
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#7 Postby Richard » Thu Nov 16, 2006 4:20 pm

andgbr wrote:my interests? complicated question, i like cooking, and gadgets, and i'm planning to work in the financial area someday as a investor.. ( i'm a 10th grader in Riverdale High School. )


What kind of gadgets? Like a cheesegrater which is also a safe?
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#8 Postby andgbr » Thu Nov 16, 2006 4:30 pm

Richard wrote:
andgbr wrote:my interests? complicated question, i like cooking, and gadgets, and i'm planning to work in the financial area someday as a investor.. ( i'm a 10th grader in Riverdale High School. )


What kind of gadgets? Like a cheesegrater which is also a safe?


gadgets --> eletronics, like notebook, video games and so on.. ( very nerdy, i know )

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#9 Postby Richard » Thu Nov 16, 2006 4:38 pm

andgbr wrote:
Richard wrote:
andgbr wrote:my interests? complicated question, i like cooking, and gadgets, and i'm planning to work in the financial area someday as a investor.. ( i'm a 10th grader in Riverdale High School. )


What kind of gadgets? Like a cheesegrater which is also a safe?


gadgets --> eletronics, like notebook, video games and so on.. ( very nerdy, i know )


Cool what videogames do you play? I just got done with Hitman Blood Money.
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#10 Postby andgbr » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:04 pm

Richard wrote:
andgbr wrote:
Richard wrote:
andgbr wrote:my interests? complicated question, i like cooking, and gadgets, and i'm planning to work in the financial area someday as a investor.. ( i'm a 10th grader in Riverdale High School. )


What kind of gadgets? Like a cheesegrater which is also a safe?


gadgets --> eletronics, like notebook, video games and so on.. ( very nerdy, i know )


Cool what videogames do you play? I just got done with Hitman Blood Money.


i like games like gta, counter-strike, and so on.. the most insane possible..

but i also like simulation games like tony hawk... :P and the sims..

but lately, i've been really outdated about games, school you know...
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#11 Postby Richard » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:13 pm

andgbr wrote:i like games like gta, counter-strike, and so on.. the most insane possible..

but i also like simulation games like tony hawk... :P and the sims..

the problem is that lately i haven't been playing any game...


Why not?? I like GTA, I like to just go nuts on it, find places to do awesome stunts / crashes, and terrorize everyone. I think the missions are poorly designed though, but the freedom of the cities are good enough as a game anyway. My recent favourite games have been Resident Evil 4, Manhunt, Devil May Cry 3 (and special edition), Hitman Blood Money and Tekken. I liked Metal Gear Solid 3 as well, but that was a while ago I finished with that, went through like 5 timez. I played a bit of Counter-strike, and tony hawk, never did play sims.
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#12 Postby andgbr » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:28 pm

Richard wrote:
andgbr wrote:i like games like gta, counter-strike, and so on.. the most insane possible..

but i also like simulation games like tony hawk... :P and the sims..

the problem is that lately i haven't been playing any game...


Why not?? I like GTA, I like to just go nuts on it, find places to do awesome stunts / crashes, and terrorize everyone. I think the missions are poorly designed though, but the freedom of the cities are good enough as a game anyway. My recent favourite games have been Resident Evil 4, Manhunt, Devil May Cry 3 (and special edition), Hitman Blood Money and Tekken. I liked Metal Gear Solid 3 as well, but that was a while ago I finished with that, went through like 5 timez. I played a bit of Counter-strike, and tony hawk, never did play sims.


i've been really busy with school lately, but i still play few games, sometimes...

The Sims is really fun, but it's a simulation game and like most of simulation games, it takes a lot of time from you..

one game that is really cool, is civilization IV, it's rpg kind of game ( i believe )..

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#13 Postby Odidnetne » Mon Nov 20, 2006 10:54 pm

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#14 Postby Crash » Tue Nov 21, 2006 4:14 pm

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