I'm trying to distance myself from all the MD bullshit, but sometimes - unfortunately many times - Blechman and company just go too far. It's one thing for Blechman to coerce guys he has under contract to sever their relationships with Dave and me; or even go so far as to convince those under contract that Dave and his diet are bad for their career and that they should work with Oscar, Hany or Chad instead. And let's not forget Blechman turning his deformed little pitbull Valentino on me! It's just all stupid shit that no one is buying anyway. MD's plunging traffic numbers are all the amusement I need. That is, until Blechman decided to blatantly lie in order to score points in the stupid "Carb Wars" he lost months ago. Now, I have to say something to set the record straight.
The old adage- "all sex is good, but some is better than others"- is a bunch of hooey. After all, if every day is a good day, how do you know a good one from a bad one? For some "great sex" is a rarity or something they've only read about. Others think they have great sex all the time. For still others, "great sex" is an oxymoron, a contradiction in terms. There is such a thing as bad sex. Just ask a teenage girl fresh out of the back seat of a dirty old car after 3-1/2 minutes of wham-bam-thank-you-mam-style high school affection.
Steve Weinberger's New York Pro Show will take place on Saturday May 16, 2009 at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center (Manhattan College) in downtown Manhattan on Chambers Street. Don't miss as the best men and women bodybuilders in the world (from over 15 countries) vie for the coveted title of New York Pro Champion. Let's not forget the prize money and the stunning engraved New York Pro ring that will be given to this year's men's champion. Look for names like Evan Centopani (making his pro debut), Markus Ruhl, Kevin English, and Silvio Samuel. On the women's side, look out for Cathy LeFrancois (looking to redeem her poor Arnold Classic showing), Debbie Bramwell, Dena Westerfield, and many more.
Top national-level bodybuilder, Darrell Terrell, sets the record straight regarding the Oklahoma steroid case he wound up in the middle of.
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WWE world champion Hunter Hearst Helmsly, aka "Triple H," has been a very good friend of ours. In spite of his mega-stardom, he's been a regular guest on Heavy Muscle Radio where he lent his insights on the Arnold Classic, wrestling and life in general. He even dropped in our Arnold wrap-up video backstage at the show to show his support and faith in what we're doing. During that same Arnold weekend he also appeared (for free) at the Species booth where he signed autographs and boldly wore a Species t-shirt.