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July 18, 2004


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Mr. Poon

I really used to love the woodcutting stuff when it was on ESPN at 5:30am when I was about 10. Huge Mel Lentz fan back then.

Anywho, now I love big air too. Those doggies can fly. Nice doggies.

Mr. Poon

PS - they should have divisions, though. can you imagine little dachsunds trying to jump off the pier? high comedy, i say.

Tung Yin

Ah, well, I am quite partial to retrievers, so any rule change that would make other dogs more likely to participate is not a good thing. . . .

Jeff Findel

Hey, or you could check out a local strongman contest, or even compete...

"August 7, 2004: Heartland Strongman Challenge III Council Bluffs Iowa; Contact Joe Secord 402-672-7835 or [email protected] ONLINE ENTRY FORM at www.nastrongman.com"

Jeff Findel

As far as I'm concerned, Bill Kazmier is the greatest strength athlete who has ever lived.

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