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« Reply #2100 on: May 23, 2013, 10:30:22 AM »

It was mayonaise instead of cream cheese.  The assholes.   Angry  And thank you DP.  You should post up more often in here.   Smiley

My daughter is not allergic to mayonnaise, but she absolutely does not like it at all. When she orders a sandwich of any kind, she will tell the server no mayonnaise. When her food is served she always double checks to make sure there is no mayonnaise.

Do you know which ingredient in mayonnaise you are allergic too? Is it eggs, the oil, lemon juice or one of the spices? I've made homemade mayonnaise which is much better tasting than store bought. My wife loves mayonnaise. She only buys one brand though, which is Best Foods. Lately, she's been buying the Best Foods mayonnaise made with olive oil. Olive oil is what homemade mayonnaise calls for.

Have you ever eaten Hollandaise sauce? I ask because it has the same ingredients as mayonnaise, sort of. It is made with egg yokes, butter, lemon juice and a little cayenne pepper. It is served warm over other foods like eggs Benedict or eggs Florentine. Eggs Florentine is one of my favorite breakfast dishes. It is made with poached eggs on a bed of fresh wilted spinach which is on top of a toasted English muffin. The Hollandaise sauce is poured over the top of the dish.

Talking about these yummy foods inspired me. I am taking my girls (daughter and wife) out to breakfast this morning. 
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« Reply #2101 on: May 23, 2013, 10:31:47 AM »

what sort of grown man does that? just scum...hope your Daughter is ok...my best wishes.

Have you considered moving to a more civilized location?
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« Reply #2102 on: May 23, 2013, 02:56:53 PM »

what sort of grown man does that? just scum...hope your Daughter is ok...my best wishes.
Exactly Donny, what a scumbag.  Her whole cheek is very swollen this morning and she's still very shaken.  Thanks for your best wishes
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« Reply #2103 on: May 23, 2013, 02:59:44 PM »

Have you considered moving to a more civilized location?

There would be uncivilized people no matter where you went. 
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« Reply #2104 on: May 23, 2013, 03:00:21 PM »

There would be uncivilized people no matter where you went. 
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« Reply #2105 on: May 23, 2013, 03:03:15 PM »

My daughter is not allergic to mayonnaise, but she absolutely does not like it at all. When she orders a sandwich of any kind, she will tell the server no mayonnaise. When her food is served she always double checks to make sure there is no mayonnaise.

Do you know which ingredient in mayonnaise you are allergic too? Is it eggs, the oil, lemon juice or one of the spices? I've made homemade mayonnaise which is much better tasting than store bought. My wife loves mayonnaise. She only buys one brand though, which is Best Foods. Lately, she's been buying the Best Foods mayonnaise made with olive oil. Olive oil is what homemade mayonnaise calls for.

Have you ever eaten Hollandaise sauce? I ask because it has the same ingredients as mayonnaise, sort of. It is made with egg yokes, butter, lemon juice and a little cayenne pepper. It is served warm over other foods like eggs Benedict or eggs Florentine. Eggs Florentine is one of my favorite breakfast dishes. It is made with poached eggs on a bed of fresh wilted spinach which is on top of a toasted English muffin. The Hollandaise sauce is poured over the top of the dish.

Talking about these yummy foods inspired me. I am taking my girls (daughter and wife) out to breakfast this morning. 
Jay I can't eat shelf products....things with preservatives.  If it was homemade mayonaise I would be fine with it.  It's the same with salad dressings etc.  I can't eat a salad dressing bought off the shelf.  I am allergic to masterfood products as well, even their tomato sauce.  
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« Reply #2106 on: May 23, 2013, 03:42:29 PM »

Crime is really on the increase here.  The truth is I would walk around NYC at night before I would walk around the streets in my home town simply because there are more police over there and also because there are more people everywhere.  Here it's dark and half the street lights don't work. 
She's gone to sleep with a swollen lip and face.  Bruising is already very noticeable.  I will take her down to the police station to make the statement.  Thank you DP.  You are welcome to post regularly in the mature thread.  We are a tight bunch and you are a good sort.  You would fit in. 

That's what happen when the streets are poorly lit. People feel unsafe at night, so the streets are almost empty and there's less social control. When it comes to safety, lightning is one of the basics.

+99% of my posts are on the G&O section, so I saw this +80-page thread by coincidence. Thirst I thought about something else, when I was reading the word 'mature' (call me immature in that sense Grin).

Anyway, I hope both of you feel a little better at this moment  Smiley
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« Reply #2107 on: May 23, 2013, 06:20:07 PM »

There would be uncivilized people no matter where you went.  

Perhaps I live in Shangri La, there are no bikers in West Linn that I've noticed. As for uncivilized people, I really can't speak to that since I don't know everyone in town personally enough to know whether they are or aren't civilized. I will say that there is a fair measure of Mercedes, BMW, Lexus and "Subarude" drivers who are real assholes on the roads and in the parking lots around here.

Our streets are pretty well lit. Being suburbia, there isn't an actual downtown, just elaborate strip malls. There isn't much for young folks to do at night. If you are of drinking age there are a lot of restaurants which serve alcohol and that's about it. I suspect young folks who are old enough to drive, head to downtown Portland for some fun. Unfortunately, some bad stuff does sometimes happen in downtown Portland, especially at night. We have a pretty active local police department with not a lot to do. One day a police officer followed me into my driveway just to let me know one of my tail lights was out. Pretty boring stuff.
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« Reply #2108 on: May 23, 2013, 06:27:11 PM »

Jay I can't eat shelf products....things with preservatives.  If it was homemade mayonaise I would be fine with it.  It's the same with salad dressings etc.  I can't eat a salad dressing bought off the shelf.  I am allergic to masterfood products as well, even their tomato sauce.  

This is very interesting. The upside is that you end up eating much healthier since the foods are not adulterated with preservatives. The downside is that it is more work to fix something when you don't have the choice of convenience foods.

Margie is fixing stir fry vegetables with rice for dinner tonight. Most of the vegetables are fresh with the exception of the bamboo shoots, water chestnuts and baby corn. They are canned. Our daughter requested no meat for dinner. One meal without meat probably won't kill us, or at least I hope not.
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« Reply #2109 on: May 23, 2013, 06:41:01 PM »

Thursday - Shoulders and Abs:

ISO seated front press, 5X15-7 @ 60 to 140 lbs.
Nautilus seated side lateral raises, 4X12-8 @ 80 to 120
Bodymasters rear lateral raises, 5X12-8 @ 40 to 80 (similar to bent later raises)
Shrugs, 4X15-8 @ 50 to 135 (I used a special contraption designed just for shrugs which I thought had gone missing)
Cable upright rows, 3X12 @ 82.5
Nautilus rotary torso, 2X25 @ 60
Fast trac, 2X25 @ 10 lbs. using three positions
Nautilus crunches, 2X25 @ 80 to 90

Finished up with nautilus leg extensions 3X12 @ 50 each leg
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« Reply #2110 on: May 23, 2013, 07:27:57 PM »

good routine jay some nice weights there strong,,,,

delts too..
front smith press x3
side laterals dbell 25x12,30 x10,35 x10,,drop 35 x6,30x6,25x6
cable bent over rear delt x3
cable upright rows x3
underhanded with curl bar front raise x2 50 lb bar x10/60 lb bar x10

shrugs 225 x20,275 x15,275 x20 ,,,2 sets of 20 holding 45 plate per hand and squeeze up,,

calves x5 standing calf raise 6 reps toes in 6 reps reg foot stance

forearms rope rolls supersetted rear behind back cable wrist curls x3..
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« Reply #2111 on: May 23, 2013, 08:41:14 PM »

good routine jay some nice weights there strong,,,,

When I updated today's delt workout, I neglected to change the front shoulder presses to the Hammer strength ISO type machine. I don't want you believing I did 140 lbs. on the Smith, because these are harder for me to do and I use a little less resistance when I do shoulder presses on the Smith.

I don't feel like I am very strong though compared to a lot of other guys in the gym. I probably do my exercises slower and stricter than most though.
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« Reply #2112 on: May 23, 2013, 08:44:40 PM »

When I updated today's delt workout, I neglected to change the front shoulder presses to the Hammer strength ISO type machine. I don't want you believing I did 140 lbs. on the Smith, because these are harder for me to do and I use a little less resistance when I do shoulder presses on the Smith.

I don't feel like I am very strong though compared to a lot of other guys in the gym. I probably do my exercises slower and stricter than most though.
its all the same goes to the right places in the end,,,isolation/fast/slow/negative/progressive load/super/tri sets/hi/lo reps...how can someone say lifting is boring or not worth it?Huh,
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« Reply #2113 on: May 23, 2013, 11:46:51 PM »

its all the same goes to the right places in the end,,,isolation/fast/slow/negative/progressive load/super/tri sets/hi/lo reps...how can someone say lifting is boring or not worth it?Huh,
yeah Steve mix it up
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« Reply #2114 on: May 24, 2013, 07:27:20 AM »

Great Arm pump today...
TRI set Biceps...
Barbell Curls 4x10
incline bench hammer curls 4x10
Standing one arm cable curls 4x15

Triceps TRI sets...

Close grip bench press 4x12
machine tricep extensions 4x12
one arm cable reverse grip pressdowns 4x15

to finish off all the fun a superset of crunches(feet on bench) and reverse crunches 3xmax
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« Reply #2115 on: May 24, 2013, 08:27:36 AM »

Great Arm pump today...
TRI set Biceps...
Barbell Curls 4x10
incline bench hammer curls 4x10
Standing one arm cable curls 4x15

Triceps TRI sets...

Close grip bench press 4x12
machine tricep extensions 4x12
one arm cable reverse grip pressdowns 4x15

to finish off all the fun a superset of crunches(feet on bench) and reverse crunches 3xmax
i like that workout,,,i might have to bring arms together for a while,,
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« Reply #2116 on: May 24, 2013, 08:43:13 AM »

i like that workout,,,i might have to bring arms together for a while,,
yes was a nice mix of free weights,cables,machine... felt good
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« Reply #2117 on: May 24, 2013, 09:29:31 AM »

Your arm workout looks awesome Donny!
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« Reply #2118 on: May 24, 2013, 09:40:18 AM »

Your arm workout looks awesome Donny!
Cheers George... so many great workouts on the thread. I like to take a bit from everyone... Wink
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« Reply #2119 on: May 24, 2013, 07:26:40 PM »

Still not feeling too good with the allergy in my body.  Yesterday my mouth was swollen, I was very wheezy and I have had some hives come up.  Even my eyes are swollen.  I probably should have got something from the chemist for it but I am on a ban for putting anything into my body since I had that stint of 16 months with antibiotics.
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« Reply #2120 on: May 24, 2013, 11:27:00 PM »

Friday - pecs:

weight today was 207 lbs. If I don't lose weight to get cut, I will just have to build more muscle to accomplish similar results. This is okay with me as long as the fat covering what must be abs, somewhere hidden in there, goes away.

ISO flat bench press, 5X12-5 @ 80 to 150 added weight
ISO incline bench press, 4X12-6 @ 80 to 150 added weight
ISO decline wide bench press, 4X12-6 @ 100 to 190 added weight
Nautilus weight assisted dips, 3X10-6 @ 117 to 157
Nautilus pec deck, 3X12-8 @ 82 to 121
Nautilus super pullover, 3X12-8 @ 100 to 140
Body Masters seated fly's, 3X12 @ 70 lbs.

I got a nice pump from this workout and for a minute or so my pecs actually looked pretty good. There is hope yet.

I exercised my knee doing leg extensions again. Today I did one set of 12 with using both legs @ 100 lbs then I did 3 sets of 12 on leg at a time @ 40 to 50 lbs. I twisted each leg by doing these "pigeon toed" so to speak. My outer quads are nicely sore tonight. -Could be a problem tomorrow when I work quads and calves, we'll see. The knee pain is minimal right now....excellent! I also did one set of hack squats with no added weight just to test whether it bothered my knee; it did not.
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« Reply #2121 on: May 25, 2013, 12:46:36 AM »

Still not feeling too good with the allergy in my body.  Yesterday my mouth was swollen, I was very wheezy and I have had some hives come up.  Even my eyes are swollen.  I probably should have got something from the chemist for it but I am on a ban for putting anything into my body since I had that stint of 16 months with antibiotics.
Probably pollen still, my car is covered with it. Hope you are doing better today.
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« Reply #2122 on: May 25, 2013, 01:29:42 AM »

Probably pollen still, my car is covered with it. Hope you are doing better today.
No it's not pollen...it's from the mayonaise I ate two days ago.  I saw my friend out today and she said she can see that my whole mouth is swollen.  I don't feel much better today. 
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« Reply #2123 on: May 25, 2013, 01:35:29 AM »

No it's not pollen...it's from the mayonaise I ate two days ago.  I saw my friend out today and she said she can see that my whole mouth is swollen.  I don't feel much better today. 
Sorry to hear that, try to get back to training when you can it will help. My Dad was allergic to mayonaise too. I have go to see my Mom today I want to see her but the drive sucks.
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« Reply #2124 on: May 25, 2013, 01:51:54 AM »

Sorry to hear that, try to get back to training when you can it will help. My Dad was allergic to mayonaise too. I have go to see my Mom today I want to see her but the drive sucks.
Thanks.  I am going to train tomorrow.  I will probably get asthma but I will see how I go.  That is why I am so careful when I eat out because this is a pain in the ass.  It's so bad for the body.  Anyway I hope you have a good drive to your mums and stay safe on the road. 
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