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Monday, November 24, 2008

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Miss Luongo

You're a nouveau-Californian.

Gary

Be careful with Niacin - it can cause liver damage - not sure how much you're taking
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0876/is_n56/ai_9164604

also iron is no good for men to take a lot of unless you're donating blood regularly.

messiestobjects

No she covers all that in her book... For instance I'm not taking any additional Vitamin D supplements because I get enough in the multi and you don't want to take too much of that. She has charts and stuff, it's fairly precise about what it is safe to take etc. I wind up taking about 210 mg of Niacin in supplemental form per day, and the reports of toxicity are usually found in people having more than 1500 mg per day.

messiestobjects

Oh and Julie, I thought that according to you I'm more of a nouveau-Stroudsburgian. ;)

Miss Luongo

Psh. I never said that. You're not a 'burger. You're an Outsider. An immigrant.

messiestobjects

I guess that's better than being a local. You know, like a Counterman.

Actually, it's a lot better. Screw that then, I don't even want to be one of your kind.

Gary

I always felt like I didn't belong in the burg, but I miss it these days.

messiestobjects

What, being a west-ender isn't good enough for you? ...Probably not. :) Stroudsburg is where the action is, or so I hear. I only go into town to buy my vitamins. If you really want to hang with the cool cats, the Water Gap is the jazziest, daddio.

Miss Luongo

It's not Counterman ... it's cunnerman or cutterman. Yes, they're derived from Counterman, but that's not the word WE use. Hey, we don't have much, but we're proud of what we've got.

And indeed, you should be glad you're not a local. Those grapes you're eating must be real sweet.

messiestobjects

In Eastburg, we said Counterman. It was probably a retro-cool thing to do since cutterman and cunnerman were derived from it.

kc

ZZZzzz

messiestobjects

Yup, I know. You have to care about your health for this one. What can I say? It's been a slow week.

kc

I care about my health, goofus... I don't care about your health. Or care to read about it I should say.

I have been working out longer than you, brother man.

messiestobjects

This wasn't about working out... it was about vitamins. Dur.

And I know, I know. I hate people who talk about their health all the time. It's crap. But you know, I gotta write about what the Lord moves me to write about, even if it's gay.... I mean, uh, even if it's awesome, which is what I mean by gay. :)

Miss Luongo

"I hate people who talk about their health all the time."

What is this? Self-loathing?

messiestobjects

No, self-deprecation. Dur!... I mean... I am pretty bad at making myself clear sometimes, sorry.

kc

I didn't say the ENTIRE thing was about working out. But you did mention the start of your working out and its contribution to your over all health.

JESUS, I have to be so specific when writing to you.

messiestobjects

Now now, KC, I may be awesome and healthy, but I'm not Jesus. I appreciate the sentiment though!

kc

It's pronounced "Hay Zues".

Miss Luongo

Zeus

messiestobjects

Gesundheit to both of you.

kc

dammit.

kc

Write a new god damn blog already.

Christ.

messiestobjects

I'm busy. Maybe I'll grace all 5 of my readers with some nice pictures soon. And again, I'm not the Christ, but you're really starting to make me feel good about myself.

kc

Well we don't want that, now do we?!...

messiestobjects

Not as a rule, no. If I started to feel good about myself, things might get weird.

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