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Old 06-22-2011, 01:14 PM   #21
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All I can say is that dude is a pretty hot 72. But I do like older guys.
Did you mean Ha or Dr Life, and I'll bet they both have the $$$s.
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Did you mean Ha or Dr Life, and I'll bet they both have the $$$s.
She means Dr. Love! He is both better looking and richer than me, and likely smarter too. Anyway, Sarah has all she needs of both money and love.

BTW, I am not 72, but not far from it.
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Did you mean Ha or Dr Life, and I'll bet they both have the $$$s.

Well, I've only seen one of them without his shirt on.
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She means Dr. Love!
"Dr. Love" is Haha's nickname.

And he makes house calls!
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"Dr. Love" is Haha's nickname.

And he makes house calls!
Oh crap, I got this guy's name screwed up. Oh well, what good is Life without Love?

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Now that is a Freudian slip for sure, Ha!
LOL, Calling Dr. Love


Thanks for the parapraxis humor, guys!
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"Dr. Love" is Haha's nickname.

And he makes house calls!
Al, I knew there was a Love side to Ha when I read his post about his dancing with women and getting turned on by the smell of their hair. I definitely think you hit on something here, as the making house calls could be a good way to supplement his ER income stream
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I think I have been talking about someone else cuz I just looked at the link in the op post and it wasn't what I was thinking it was, it wasn't the picture I have in my mind. I agree this photo is not way over the top. I looked at something and thought it was this guy but clearly it is not. The fellow I have been talking about makes this fellow look normal! Now I see why so I'm getting flak about my remarks!
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I think I have been talking about someone else cuz I just looked at the link in the op post and it wasn't what I was thinking it was, it wasn't the picture I have in my mind. I agree this photo is not way over the top. I looked at something and thought it was this guy but clearly it is not. The fellow I have been talking about makes this fellow look normal! Now I see why so I'm getting flak about my remarks!
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I think I have been talking about someone else cuz I just looked at the link in the op post and it wasn't what I was thinking it was, it wasn't the picture I have in my mind. I agree this photo is not way over the top. I looked at something and thought it was this guy but clearly it is not. The fellow I have been talking about makes this fellow look normal! Now I see why so I'm getting flak about my remarks!
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Well if those aren't photoshopped I think they speak for themselves!
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Yowza. Those pics T-Al posted are creepy. Here's a body builder I think looks pretty good. 74 years old.

Here's a story about her that was recently featured in the Washington Post Magazine:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/six-pack-abs-at-age-74-age-is-nothing-but-a-number-says-guinness-world-records-oldest-competitive-female-bodybuilder/2011/03/16/AG5lGvCH_story.html
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Yowza. Those pics T-Al posted are creepy. Here's a body builder I think looks pretty good. 74 years old.

Here's a story about her that was recently featured in the Washington Post Magazine:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifest...vCH_story.html
Body building is a bit further into narcissism than I have the energy and focus to go. But she is really cute, and I can see that Dr. Life is way way better looking than almost any other older man.

Even for the much less rigorous traing that I do, it is work and these exercises to failure can keep you pretty much sore all the time.

The body builders that I see around the gym seem to be there almost every day. And man, some of these gym-rat women are pretty powerful looking.

Watch what this member of the "weaker sex" can do.



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Body building is a bit further into narcissism than I have the energy and focus to go.
Yeah, me too.

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Noticed you put the "weaker sex" in quotes. I know you realize how powerful women can be. Just look at Nord's daughter. I wouldn't challenge her to an arm wrestling contest anytime soon
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Noticed you put the "weaker sex" in quotes. I know you realize how powerful women can be. Just looks at Nord's daughter. I wouldn't challenge her to an arm wrestling contest anytime soon
Oh yeah, I am not all confused about how strong women can be. And they are not necessarily big tough looking women either- what this slim good looking young woman in the video does is off the charts difficult.

Always a good idea to keep checking one's suppositions against reality, because they can get out of synch and when that happens it is not reality that needs to move.

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Dr. Life is one of the "apostles" of Cenegenics. About a quarter of Cenegenics patients are doctors. Only the very wealthy can afford it. About a third of their patients get treated with various hormones including DHEA, testosterone, HGH and HCG.

The HGH is potentially risky as it raises IGF-1 levels, which some experts believe could increase cancer risk. Other than that, it's seems pretty solid as it is run by leading physicians using the latest research. The catch is the price...
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Other than that, it's seems pretty solid as it is run by leading physicians using the latest research.
Oh for sure, this never could go wrong!

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Oh for sure, this never could go wrong!

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Physicians usually get themselves into trouble with pharmaceuticals, i.e. every drug out there now is rife with side effects. This is where Western medicine has failed so freqenetly.

However, what Cenegenics is doing is really a little different since they are not going the drug route (from what I have read) but rely on exercise, diet, lite supplementation and HRT. Essentially you're getting a very expensive health coach and you're highly motivated because you've paid thousands.

But you're right: there are certainly points of controversy. They just had a study come out - and this contradicts earlier ones - that men with the highest testosterone levels had increased heart attack risk. If correct, then if Cenegenics overcompensates - and Jeffrey Life looks like he's pushing the limits of supraphysiological ranges - then it could potentially be trouble.

Time will tell...
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Oh for sure, this never could go wrong!

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Hey, Dr. Life is in his 70's. By the time he finds out there's a problem with the product he'll be too old to care.
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