Steve-O - Demise & Rise

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2011/03/16 15:22:58 (permalink)

Steve-O - Demise & Rise

Found myself watching this;

Just as it gets to the end of that one, TV psychologist (which should have told me something) Dr. Drew comes on talking about Steve-O. "Addicts tends to be thrillseekers, sportsmen, race car drivers, professional athletes..." he says.
Am i alone in thinking that sounds like bullsh1t?

Awesome pic, but Tony you're not doing yourself many favours posting up tips on preventing the gag reflex and then a picture of a guy touching his toes - Ak

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    Re:Steve-O - Demise & Rise 2011/03/16 18:53:53 (permalink)
    I think having an addictive personality can come into play, and i know i have one. Getting up an two hours early to go to the gym if i know i cant make it later on and being unreasonably pissed of if i cant make it, spending my spare time reading and learning about training and nutrition, always having the thought of needing to feed in the back of my mind, ignoring bills to pay for extra food and other things. But of course there are 'normal people' who just train and participate in activities for the love of it.
    For me having an addictive personality, training keeps me clean and sober, and makes me a better person.
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    Re:Steve-O - Demise & Rise 2011/03/16 22:50:21 (permalink)
    nice watch always liked stevo hes the only non-pretensious one of jackass
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    Re:Steve-O - Demise & Rise 2011/03/17 00:35:35 (permalink)
    Awesome watch, had no idea he got so bad
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