Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Making room....in my brain.. and oh and did you see gerard butler ( the dude from 300) off the "mones"


I deleted 20 numbers from my cell phone of people that I didnt even know who they were or had no intention of calling. I also just deleted a bunch of facebook people. I couldnt just delete the people I didnt know because that would be about 90% so I just deleted the people I didnt know who my only connection to them was people I didnt know. I only made it to the Rs' though and just got exhausted. The interesting thing about it is as soon as you clear that psychic clutter in your mind/cellphone/computer its amazing how new people just pop out of the woodwork to introduce themselves to you. People youd actually LIKE to meet. Its nice to see that the concept of making room for the universe to move you forward really seems to work.... Just thought Id share that tid bit.... Now go and delete those names! You'll be nicely surprised at the results...
Thats the magical curse of the roids, you can do them and APPEAR buff for a moment, but if you werent before youre not going to afterward... I got the pics off The Sword

9 comments:

youreviltwin said...

hey- did you notice that you just got to 10,000 hits on your profile? big milestone, yo! congratulations! i'll be joining you in about 18 years, at my current rate of change :-)

razor714 said...

i NEVER delete people from my cell phone - otherwise how do you know when NOT to answer???? oh, and btw, you should have put a before pic of gerard butler b/c i couldn't even recognize who he was. i think this is a good argument FOR steroiods, lol. happy new year bud.

pghnipbear said...

I'd still do Mr. Butler. He seems very down to earth and very likeable even with the handles!

jerek said...

First. Yay for new Facebook friends that you actually want to know. I periodically remove people from there as well. I personally enjoy having Facebook friends who make status updates or post links that I can comment on and have fun with. ;)

Race said...

Kinda sad about Butler. To achieve the body he had and not keep it up (which is possible to an extent without continuing the roids) is a waste. I guess he did it for the money.

David Mason said...

A solid 75% of that definition was body paint, have your seen the behind the scenes photos before all the cgi was applied? its like straight up PAINT

gavin said...

I don't understand how somebody like Butler could experience the benefits of being in great shape then ever go back.

It's been so wonderful for me; maybe it's just different for straight guys.

Butler was fit before 300, BTW. He just wasn't Roid God fit.

You're right that 300 used tons of "ab blush" makeup and CGI to enhance the men's bodies.

But I have seen the raw video footage of behind-the-scenes rehearsals with Butler, without any frills. His body was ROCK SOLID with almost no body fat and 8 chiseled abs. Watch the Blu Ray collector's edition to judge for yourself.

Butler spent 4 months in intense training with the rest of the cast on-location before filming 300 began; he claims to have started 2 months earlier than that on his own.

So I don't think his definition was 75% makeup -- it looked mostly real once and it was hot.

But it's likely steroids were involved and too bad that he's let himself go completely.

Anonymous said...

Hooray that you didn't get to "W" and that we're still Facebook friends!

John (you remember, right?)

David Mason said...

....maybe... thanksgiving or something iml.. a gluttonous holiday of some form im sure?!