Here's only me on 9.7.14, at the Trafalgar Inn Aldershot, just before karaoke.
|Only me! 9.7.14.|
EDIT: And here's only me on 10.7.14, at the Lion Brewery Ash, just before the jam session.
|Only me! 10.7.14.|
From Here are the results after one month on my high fat, lower protein, SAME carbohydrate intake:-
Fredrick Hahn said...
"I've said this to Nigel before Tom Traynor and he insists he doesn't want muscles.
But to be fair to Nigel, he can indeed be 100% correct and at the same time be a blubbery, weak, mess of a man. You can be a great lung cancer doctor and smoke..."
Tom Traynor said...
"NK LOOKS terrible!--soft, fat and weak--and drum roll: "Doesn't want any muscle". So he is an absolute FOOL, too (loss of muscle mass predicting mortality--among MANY other facets). That's all the "science" I need."
What I actually wrote:-
Nigel Kinbrum said...
"Considering my age (59.25), I'm in pretty good condition. I'm 6' tall and weigh 198lbs. I have *no* desire to have big muscles or a 6-pack. Each to their own."
Misquoting, or quoting out of context is a Straw man fallacy. Saying that a physical characteristic invalidates knowledge is an Ad Hominem fallacy. In addition, saying that a lack of relevant qualifications invalidates knowledge is an inverse Argument from authority fallacy. Repeated use of logical fallacies is intellectual dishonesty.