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Written on July 21, 2008 at 8:15 am, by Eric Cressey
This one has been all over the news here in Boston this past week.
And you thought doing curls in the squat rack was a bad move!
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In pointing out how stupid this guy’s move was, I think we all missed the warm, inspiring moral to the story ….
“That one man’s love for bodybuilding ran so deep that he risked losing his guaranteed paychecks from defrauding the on-duty injury compensation provisions of the fire-department.”
Beautiful – sounds like a made for TV movie ….
And here I thought *I* was running a racket for getting paid to do little work. His kung-fu is better than mine, though I do still show up to work as assigned 🙂
(tongue in cheek): Arroyo’s Lawyer in court: “Albert is simply proof that strength does not necessarily go hand in hand with large muscles. Though he is ‘built’ enough to compete in large bodybuilding competition, he still lacks the strength to perform his regular job!”
Generally I do not post on blogs, but I would like to say that this post really forced me to do so! really nice post.
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I don’t normally post, but this reminded me of the recent news with the CEO of Craigslist wanting for an apology from the AG of South Carolina. Always something happening with CL and things in the news.
Thoughtful post and well written. Please write more on this if you have time.
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