By the way, there's a lot of bad advice circulating here. Going all in with the best hand straight off the bat (early in the tournament) is NOT the most effective way to play. If you bet maybe 5 times the big blind, adding 1 for each limper, much of the time you will get 2 or three callers before someone reraises you. This leads to dead money in the pot, and better odds
Also, would you really rather get your money in when you are a 2-1 favorite or wait so you can outplay them after the flop and get your money in when you are a 4-1 favorite? Any very good player will not push all in immediately when the blinds are small, regardless of the looseness of the table. I'd rather play with a 66% chance to win heads up with dead money in the pot than with a 40% chance to beat 3 other weaker hands for a larger pot. Tournaments are about risk control, and pushing all in is definitely not the most effective way to do it in this situation.
P.S. Woot! 200 posts!