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FREE JOHN FORD! — Weekly Newsletter

Apr. 25th 2007

For the first time in US history, we’ve got a national security crisis that comes from within our own borders. The threat has nothing to do with illegal immigration or Muslim extremists. The Founding Fathers couldn’t have possibly looked down the tunnel of time and seen this danger.

The threat is such that Homeland Security is powerless to stop it.

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AMERICA’S SECURITY AT RISK — SOUND THE ALARM

Apr. 25th 2007

For the first time in US history, we’ve got a national security crisis that comes from within our own borders. The threat has nothing to do with illegal immigration or Muslim extremists. The Founding Fathers couldn’t have possibly looked down the tunnel of time and seen this danger.

The threat is such that Homeland Security is powerless to stop it.

The danger is so real that our Department of Defense is also unable to stem the growing menace.

You should be alarmed.

I know that I am.

What’s the threat?

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Nike + iPod — “Pick up the pace, maggot!”

Apr. 24th 2007

Nike + iPod Review

Since I confessed my affinity for iPods and running, several of you have asked me about the Nike + iPod system.

If you’re not familiar with this system, it consists of a small sensor and a tiny receiver. The sensor fits inside a special slot in Nike shoes, or can be attached to any shoe with a small third party pocket that fits on your shoe. The receiver plugs into your iPod Nano. It’s completely wireless.

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ROCKY ON DRUGS? — Weekly Newsletter

Apr. 12th 2007

got hgh?

HGH, or human growth hormone, is produced naturally by our bodies or can be taken as a synthetic injection. The synthetic kind of HGH is the one that’s all the buzz.

HGH is produced in large quantities in our bodies when we’re children. They help our bones, muscles, and internal organs to develop and grow. HGH levels drop off as we age. Research scientists have discovered that injecting older patients with synthetic HGH has, in many cases, a remarkable “younging” affect. Although doctors can prescribe it for growth deficiencies in adults, more and more people are using the synthetic form of HGH to turn back the hands of time.

Sylvester Stallone was recently charged by Australian Customs Officials for attempting to smuggle 48 vials of HGH into their country.

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Charge of the Light Brigade 2007 Style – Smiles, Smokes, and Shiny Suits

Apr. 6th 2007

Charge of the Light Brigade 2007 Style – Smiles, Smokes, and Shiny Suits

My family comes from the British Isles, England and Scotland. There is a Ludlow, England with a castle (Ludlow Castle) and coat of arms. York, Scotland was the birthplace and home of one of my ancient grandmothers. So, I’d always been a little proud of my British roots.

Until now.

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iPOD PLAYLISTS!!! — FUN STUFF FOR YOUR RUN!

Apr. 5th 2007

What’s on BOOT CAMPER’S iPODS? Here is the growing list of BOOT CAMPER’S 10 or so favorite running tunes! Add your playlist by posting a comment.

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SHOW ME YOURS! — Weekly Newsletter

Apr. 4th 2007

If you’re a veteran Boot Camper, a Lance Corporal or above (a Boot Camper for more than a year), you’ll know that I’ve had a bias against running with headphones.

I’ve always discouraged the use of headphones and encouraged Boot Campers to get in touch with their “inner runner.”

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I DIDN’T LOVE RAYMOND — Observations on TV

Apr. 2nd 2007

I didn’t love Raymond.

I wasn’t a fan of Friends.

I didn’t care for Will & Grace.

And Seinfeld wasn’t much better.

Oh, those shows were funny, no doubt about it. (Seinfeld still kills me in syndication!)

So, why didn’t I like them?

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