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Jim

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    Wisconsin. Moo.
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    real profile.
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    Gay
  • What are your interests?
    Bodybuilding, growth (by any means), cigars, Harleys... I could go on and on.
  • What are your stats?
    Big. Just...big.
  • What are you seeking?
    Like-minded younger guys (25 - 35 years old) in my general area who are into the same things as I am. If you wanna know more, ask.

    Lifting buds, someone to bounce gear/dose ideas off of, other single dads, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera...
  • Got Any Fetishes?
    Muscle growth, Dad/son, granting muscle, muscle theft, super wide lats, insane traps, delts and quads... prolly more.

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  1. Thanks for the follow!

  2. Thanks for the follow big guy.

  3. I was having a conversation with a dear friend from this forum and confided a secret. I said that if he ratted me out I would (jokingly)  publicly call him a liar and a Trump supporter. 

    But then i thought why would I want to keep this a secret? It's not a detriment to my masculinity. So here goes... 

    I have, since I was a kid and still do today, play the theatre organ. 

    There. I admitted it.

    I love to get in front of an audience and play the Mighty Wurlitzer (the kind of massive pipe organ that was found in movie theaters until the advent of the talkie) until my fingers bleed. And while I'm no virtuoso, I'm damned good at it and I bring a lot to joy to the folks who come to listen. 

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    2. MuscledHorse

      MuscledHorse

      Jim, I went to Westminster Academy, which is the school founded by and attached to the late D.James Kennedy's Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church. Bish was the organist there for many years (at the time it was built it was the world's 3rd largest pipe organ). I only met her a few times when I was taking piano lessons from one of the other organists on staff. When I was in high school, long after she had gone, the concert band recorded an album there, which included Arlfred Reed's lengthy Russian Christmas Music rescored with the pipe organ. The experience--even the three nerve fraying takes we did for the album--was amazing.

    3. Jim

      Jim

      I've seen the organ at Coral Ridge about 20 years ago and when I heard it sing, I about crapped my pants! I'm nowhere near the level of talent that most concert organists posses but I'm pretty good. Their interpretations of classical music and hymns are inspiring and I only wish I could do what they do. 

    4. Jim

      Jim

      I have to add that when I attend an organ concert I almost always cry at some point. The music is so soulful and nerve rattling at the same time that it brings out my emotions. I even sometimes cry while I play a ballad. It's not that I impress myself, but I end up empathizing with the message of the song. One of the songs I play, Rhapsody in Blue, (check it out, I imitate this particular style but I use the bombards and swells a little more than Llewellyn Williams does) always makes me jerk tears and I have to sometimes slow the tempo and timbre of the song so I can wipe my eyes - and it's not even a somber song! LOL My style is more like Buddy Cole. You can check him out here

  4. I rode a therapy horse today. She was so sweet and gentle. The ride worked my balance ability and man, am I sore! I sorely missed that kind of soreness. I can't wait to do this again!

    1. flamedelft

      flamedelft

      Sounds awesome, both the therapy horse and the balance workout :)

  5. I destroyed my microwave... 

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    2. cutlerfan

      cutlerfan

      It's the the appliance that's the problem..it's microwaves and metal..any brand would have the same problem.

    3. Jim

      Jim

      Did I just accidentally troll you by not going "LOL" after my last comment? lol

    4. cutlerfan

      cutlerfan

      Nah I figured you were kidding.

  6. Attention Muscle-Growth Forum: Fart. That is all.

    1. MLMuscle

      MLMuscle

      I hope that stands for Feeling All Right Today.   :)

    2. Jim

      Jim

      Umm... OK. LOL

      I had broccoli for lunch and it... well... you know.

  7. I'm recovering from a stroke related to surgery. I sincerely apologize to those I have lost contact with and want to reconnect. The stroke did some serious damage but it's not stopping me now that I have regained the ability to use my hands. I will answer all questions sent my way.

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    2. GAMuscleFan

      GAMuscleFan

      Sending good vibes for a fast return to good health!

    3. musclegroworship

      musclegroworship

      Sorry to hear that.  I hope your recovery is a speedy one!

    4. Jim

      Jim

      Thank you all for your encouraging words and good vibes!

  8. Hello my friend. I just received an update from spoken thunder. I'm sorry it has been so difficult for you. You are a good man and you are in my thoughts and prayers. If you need to chat..let me kn ow. I care about you man I really do. Musclebearhugs, CF

  9. Surgery this week. MRI on Tuesday (I'll be under general anesthesia for that) and the big, major total hardware revision and (new) fusion on my cervical spine is on Tuesday. Bedrest for two weeks, then I can begin rehab. Sorry I've not been online to answer emails and chat with y'all. I just wasn't really "in the mood". Thank you all for your messages and well-wishes! I'll see y'all in about a week.

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    2. GymWolf

      GymWolf

      All the best Jim.

    3. MLMuscle

      MLMuscle

      Hope you picked up your 12-pack of Chunky-Monkey! Good luck!

    4. Jim

      Jim

      I goofed. I said I'm having surgery tomorrow. That's Thursday. Tomorrow will be the MRI under anesthesia.

  10. T-Minus 9 days and counting.

    1. flamedelft

      flamedelft

      Countdown until Jim can hit the gym?

    2. cutlerfan

      cutlerfan

      I believe he is scheduled to have surgery then. Is that correct Jim?

    3. Jim

      Jim

      That's correct, CF. Complete revision of the hardware in my back plus fusion of some vertebra in my neck.

  11. Just an update for those who give a damn... 15 March - MRI of full spine - under anesthesia (Severe pain makes me move during the scan). 17 March - Complete revision of spinal fusion hardware and fusion of 3 levels in cervical spine. I'll be out of commission and offline for several days commencing on the 15th. Wanna know more? Shoot me a message. I won't go into detail via status updates.

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    2. raphi0508

      raphi0508

      Hope you recover fast. We all would be glad to see you back online soon.

    3. Craig698

      Craig698

      good luck big guy

    4. Jim

      Jim

      I hate Krispy Kreme, MLM. LOL But give me a hot, fresh cruller with a big ass cup of coffee to dunk it in, and I won't need any Ben & Jerry's. LOL Thanks, Ralphi and Craig!

  12. There's nothing so bad in life that a little Chunky Monkey and some Outrageous Acts of Science can't fix.

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    2. Jim

      Jim

      MLM, I'm laid up for about a year thanks to some serious back surgery and more on the way. A little B&J's is make Jim feel good calories. LOL

    3. MLMuscle

      MLMuscle

      OK-As an official member of the forum Food Police, I'll let it go this time, but don't let it happen again. :) (Enjoy!)

    4. cutlerfan

      cutlerfan

      You just need a really heavy spoon. That way you will burn calories as you eat the Chunky Monkey. Be sure to switch hands to maintain balance in your forearms.

  13. "The path to heaven runs through miles of clouded hell."

  14. Heeeeerrrrreeee's JIM!

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    2. Craig698

      Craig698

      u can take over canada anytime u want :)

    3. Jim

      Jim

      Canada's like that quiet neighbor that lives upstairs from a crack house.

    4. Craig698
  15. Going into hiding! OK... I'm not. But I'll be offline till Thursday or Friday with a whole new interwebanet!