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Re: Expanders

Postby sticksb » Sun Aug 05, 2018 10:10 pm

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Re: Expanders

Postby Bruce Tackett » Sun Aug 05, 2018 10:18 pm

My name is Bruce Tackett, and as CEO of Sierra Exercise Equipment, LLc, I approve the above cheap marketing ploy.
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Re: Expanders

Postby David Gentle » Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:51 pm

I dont just approve it....it should be made compulsory. David Gentle.Brits would be reminded of the old Barbara Winsor bit she did in an old movie, one of the "Carry on" films, when she "Threw out her chest" as would this young lady in the illustration. I think chest expanders would make a great spectator sport with such competitors.
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Re: Expanders

Postby Bruce Tackett » Tue Aug 07, 2018 4:40 pm

David Gentle wrote:for example soon it will be my/our 60th wedding anniversary,


60 years?!! Holy Cow! Congratulations! You've been married longer than most people on this planet have been alive!
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Re: Expanders

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Re: Expanders

Postby David Gentle » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:19 pm

Bruce mate, after 60 years, who says i am still "Alive"... just about hanging on would be more like it. No kidding mate, but having a hobby eg. physical culture or any other interest outside of shopping, gardening, and decorating is what keeps us old guys alive. right now i am in my "mans cave" going through old mags to find a mix of muscle fax to put together for my next Muscleanous column in Health and Strength for the Xmas issue. Boy this year has gone so fast, like they say, life is like a toilet roll, the nearer you get to the end, the faster it goes. Thanks for your input mate, much appreciated. David Gentle searching for my book on training the memory.
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