Sunday, March 10, 2013
3/4 - coffee, half & half, water, MP Amino1, MP Assault, MP Combat, steak, coconut oil
3/5 - coffee, cream, water, MP Amino1, MP Assault, MP Combat, peanut butter, hamburger, bacon, mayo, shredded cheese, Monster Multi
3/6 - coffee, cream, water, hamburger, shredded cheese, mayo, avocado, peanut butter, Atkins bars
3/7 - coffee, cream, water, Universal Shock Therapy, Animal Rage, Monster Multi, MP Combat, peanut butter, steak
3/8 - coffee, half & half, water, MP Amino1, Universal Shock Therapy, Animal Rage, pork cracklins, coconut oil
3/9 - coffee, half & half, Starbucks Doubleshot Energy, protein bar, steak, salad, ranch, potatoes, sour cream, shredded cheese, donuts, chocolate milk, liquor, Diet Coke, sweet tea, chicken nuggets, fries, mayo
3/10 - coffee, half & half, water, MP Amino1, Universal Shock Therapy, Animal Rage, protein bar, bacon, milk
3/10 - P90X2 D28 X2 Ab Ripper & X2 Recovery + Mobility -- Russian Pullup Program D17 16/16/14/12/10 -- glute bridge x50 -- pushups x30/25/20/15/10/5 -- chins/dips x10/8/6/4/2 -- pike pushups/single leg glute bridge 2x10
Never too old. Never too late. Never give up.
Cloud vs. Hopkins results: Bernard Hopkins defeats Tavoris Cloud to win world title at age 48 - Bloody Elbow: "Bernard Hopkins may not always be everyone's favorite fighter, but he turned in an absolute clinic tonight. Over the course of 12 rounds, Hopkins showed what makes him great, using brilliant movement and skills to defeat Tavoris Cloud. And he did it all at the age of 48 years old. With this win, Hopkins becomes the IBF Light Heavyweght champion, breaking his own record as the oldest man to win a major world title in boxing."
Three Democratic myths used to demean the Paul filibuster | Glenn Greenwald | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk: "Comencing immediately upon the 9/11 attack, the US government under two successive administrations has spent 12 straight years inventing and implementing new theories of government power in the name of Terrorism. Literally every year since 9/11 has ushered in increased authorities of exactly the type Americans are inculcated to believe only exist in those Other, Non-Free societies: ubiquitous surveillance, impenetrable secrecy, and the power to imprison and even kill without charges or due process. Even as the 9/11 attack recedes into the distant past, the US government still finds ways continuously to increase its powers in the name of Terrorism while virtually never relinquishing any of the power it acquires. So inexorable has this process been that the Obama administration has already exercised the power to target even its own citizens for execution far from any battlefield, and the process has now arrived at its inevitable destination: does this due-process-free execution power extend to US soil as well?"
Three Democratic myths used to demean the Paul filibuster | Glenn Greenwald | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk: "All of this has taken place with very little public backlash: especially over the last four years. Worse, it has prompted almost no institutional resistance from the structures designed to check executive abuses: courts, the media, and Congress. Last week's 13-hour filibuster of John Brennan's confirmation as CIA director by GOP Sen. Rand Paul was one of the first - and, from the perspective of media attention, easily among the most effective -Congressional efforts to dramatize and oppose just how radical these Terrorism-justified powers have become. For the first time since the 9/11 attack, even lowly cable news shows were forced - by the Paul filibuster - to extensively discuss the government's extremist theories of power and to debate the need for checks and limits."
Three Democratic myths used to demean the Paul filibuster | Glenn Greenwald | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk: "All of this put Democrats - who spent eight years flamboyantly pretending to be champions of due process and opponents of mass secrecy and executive power abuses - in a very uncomfortable position. The politician who took such a unique stand in defense of these principles was not merely a Republican but a leading member of its dreaded Tea Party wing, while the actor most responsible for the extremist theories of power being protested was their own beloved leader and his political party."
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