The President of Chaos and Pain LLC jumped up to drop a recipe on you guys to help you get lean in the New Year. The following is Wayne's most recent keto food go-to in his efforts to get lean to kick off this decade right. As many individuals with their diet and their physiques, just
This one comes at you courtesy of Wayne, the guy with whom most of you have dealt in re customer service and whatnot. His New Year's resolution seems to be "BE LESS FAT" and he's on a mission to defat you people as well. Thus, without further adieu, here's Wayne's recipe for a badass curry
Vince Gironda says: “Eff you, Carbos. You can suck my [expletive deleted]. You can’t get me, Carbos, because you’re just God’s farts.” In the information age, more than ever, it seems extremely common for trends in what passes for rational and intelligent thought and discourse to emerge wherein a particular opinion is held aloft as unassailable truth.
In case you missed it, last night I gave you guys a brief overview of the history of ketogenic dieting, and an overview of what ketogenic dieting is. Go here for a refresher on what I covered then. You might be wondering, at this point, why you should care. Diet, after all, is just about eating the
Given the spate of questions I've recently received regarding ketogenic diets, I felt that it was high time to break it down for you people in simple chapter and verse. I personally like ketogenic diets for a variety of reasons, but I don't consider them to be the end-all, be-all for everyone on the planet.
I have never in my life enjoyed eating bacon- it seemed like a pointless food designed to satiate useless people in the effort to fill their bellies as a metaphor for filling their empty souls and lives. I honestly viewed lovers of bacon with contempt for most of my life, and as I got
"R. M. Renfield, aged 59. Sanguine temperament, great physical strength, morbidly excitable, periods of gloom, ending in some fixed idea which I cannot make out. I presume that the sanguine temperament itself and the disturbing influence end in a mentally-accomplished finish, a possibly dangerous man, probably dangerous if unselfish." - John Seward. It's pretty rare, even