Mathew Rorie and his loyal attack squad of puppies will become the new C.E.O of E.A. Using his newly founded powers and money, oh so much money, because that's what E.A. is all about (Hey oh.... cutting edge satire for free.) Rorie wages corporate war against CBSi waving a charred, bloody, and torn banner bearing the Whiskey Media logo. The CBSi offices will be infiltrated with puppies in the hundreds. The entire workforce of CBSi will come to a screeching halt as everyone is incapacitated by the tsunami of puppies running down the hallway. Just picture it. Corgi puppies in the triple digits. With everyone distracted Rorie will undergo his own Raid, a raid that has been in the works for over week and half now. Bypassing security Rorie will make his way into the next Bombcast recording session and sit with his former brethren and will discuss like no other cuss has been dissed before!
I weighed 230 when I decided I wanted to slim down and get in shape. Cutting out soda and candy out of my diet resulted me dropping to about 200 in a month or so. Pleased with that changed I decided to take it easy before jumping into a serious diet and exercise plan. Last week I decided to pick up Tim Ferris' Four Hour Body and use that as my guideline for dropping weight. I followed the diet so far and lost 6 pounds. The diet sucks, mostly because I hate beans, but oh well it is getting results so far.
I have a manual labor intensive job so I'm hesitant to go to the gym since my job kicks my ass five days a week. I'm going to institute some more cardio in the mornings and throw in some yoga to become more limber and we shall see how that goes.
Awesome to see fellow duders getting on this fitness train. Choo! Choo! Next stop Gameland, population a bunch of geek hotties with the bodies.
I think it is an awesome concept. I would grow some horns and have some cool color shifting tattoos. I already have superpowers so I don't need much more than aesthetic upgrades. Other than that the technology is super scary. No neural implants for me. I don't want ads in my brain.