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ETERNAL LIFE — Weekly Newsletter 9/27/07

Sep. 27th 2007

“The average man, who does not know what to do with this life, wants another one which shall last forever.” ~ Anatole France

Have you ever been confounded by people who are intent on eternal life after they die, but who don’t know what to do with the one they’re presently living?

I won’t pretend to have the answers to life’s most perplexing questions. (I mean, I have difficulty deciding what to order at Old Venice.) For example, I don’t know where evil came

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SECRET LANGUAGE — WEEKLY NEWSLETTER 9/21/07

Sep. 21st 2007

Today in the Commercial Appeal there’s an interesting article about the secret language of families. It seems that most families, probably yours too, have words and phrases that you have to teach people who become part of the family through marriage or close association.

One of the words that one family used is one that any of us who’ve seen National Lampoon’s “Vacation” with Chevy Chase can relate to. The word, I think used as a verb, is “to Griswold” some event or attraction. The family in the article used it like this: “Let’s Griswold the museum and get something to eat.” Meaning, to go quickly through the museum and get on with the next activity.

I was reminded that Boot Campers speak a family language too.

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DOCTOR’S ORDERS! — 9/18/07

Sep. 18th 2007

Good Tuesday All!!

PARTY TONIGHT, PARTY TONIGHT, PARTY TONIGHT — NO BOOT CAMP!

Fox & Hound on Sanderlin by The Racquet Club and the Double Tree Hotel. Come and go from 6 to 8! I’ve had a lot of people to send me their regrets and I’m beginning to worry that it will be just me and our departing Kevin Jenks sitting in that big party room drowning our sorrows in our beer! Your family and friends are welcome! If you’re reading this, you’re welcome! Hope to see you all tonight!

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Doctor Rebecca Walker, Boot Camper and medical genius, sent this to me yesterday:

“Tony,

This just came out in the Annals of Internal Medicine…yet another reason to do Boot Camp.
Conclusion: Either aerobic or resistance training alone improves glycemic control in type 2 diabetes, but the improvements are greatest with combined aerobic and resistance training.”

Amen, and amen!

Have a great Tuesday afternoon everyone!

Tony

Sergeant Major Tony Ludlow
USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, Commanding
4888 Southern Cove
Memphis, TN 38117
901-644-0145
www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com

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FAREWELL — Weekly Newsletter 9/14/07

Sep. 14th 2007

Good Friday to you all!

This will be a quickie!

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OPTIMISM — Weekly Newsletter 9/12/07

Sep. 12th 2007

John Maxwell once wrote:
“People who have given up are ruled by their darkest mistakes, worst failures, and deepest regrets. If you want to be successful, then be governed by your finest thoughts, your highest enthusiasm, your greatest optimism, and your most triumphant experiences.”

I discovered something

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MALINGERING — 9/6/07

Sep. 7th 2007

Malingering = intransitive verb. ma·lin·gered, ma·lin·ger·ing, ma·lin·gers
To feign illness or other incapacity in order to avoid duty or work.

Dear Battalion,

Please excuse Tony from Boot Camp while he recovers from … uh … the bubonic plague, I mean … ah … er … the Ebola virus, yeah, that’s it … the Ebola virus. Which he got while he was … in … ah … Africa … that’s right, he was in Africa last week … umm uh … running with Kenyans … yeah, that’s the ticket … he was in Africa running with KENYANS!

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