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Old 09-17-2013, 08:48 PM   #28
JBrown
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knows who he is and does not sweat hypocrisy - 180 lbs 40 years old...1200 or die!!!!
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Because you're fat, I could lift that much weight too if I was tha fat, but pound 4 pound strength > all



Because you're fat isn't funny...it's true.

What's funny is not being able to arch because you are fat...
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