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    Last edited by Simon Hayes; 19-07-2009 at 08:15 AM.

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    Gripping stuff mate. Great read.

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    missed it

    ttt for more stories please simon
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    cheers for the thread simon...this will fill up my offshore boredom!


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    Fantastic read mate! Particularly liked you taking on the 130kg Powerlifter!

    Any more would be great!

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    I've only just found this thread. It's excellent.

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    That was seriously gripping. I loved the cliff hangers after each post. Several things one can learn from this

    1 - Going against the flow.By this I mean he went against what all his mates were doing i.e. getting hammered after a hard days work and went to train instead. This requires a lot of control over your base desires, something we all have. His inner voice said don't train, yet he did the opposite etc... Nuff respect for this.

    2 - Always respecting seniority of rank regardless of age etc.... which shows humilty and good etiquettes.

    Both these qualities are lacking today in society and probably on the mat too. People too often don't stop to think about this.

    agree or not lads?

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    Awesome read.

    The spirit vs. ego post was really inspiring, thank you

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