I don't know why people would lie about themselves online. Maybee they're not as awesome as me. Oops, pardon that typo please. I was a bit busy staring at my pecs and chiseled abs in the mirror while I was typing that.
I agree with you. I probably didn't make my statement as clear as I could have. What chiros do is very worthwhile and helps a lot of people. I'm just curious as to why they would confuse the issue with all the other wild claims a lot of them appear to be making.
No, aligning my back will not give my hair more bounce and shine than the leading salon brands! :P
My father is a golf pro, and as such is susceptible to back injuries from torsion and just lugging an awkward 40 pound bag for hours on end. He has gotten good results with his chiropractor that he has been unable to find anywhere else. Don't know why they need to exaggerate what they can actually accomplish. Sounds like they have Billy Mays running their marketing.
HAR HAR! Kudos to you, sir. Your post made me giggle uncotrollably like a gay schoolboy. This was just the shot of humor I needed to get me through a boring morning at work. I do apprecia... Wait, you were serious?!?
Who Dey allowed the Saints to steal and barely modify the Bengal's rallying cry from the 80's? What's up with Dat?
(Yes, there are different versions of this story. But this is the one I'm going with!)
I download music, and it directly led me to going to a Tom Waits concert earlier this year, and a Leonard Cohen concert later this year. Thanks for your input though. It's always good to have divergent viewpoints voiced.
This past weekend I just watched Manhunter, Michael Mann's excellent Miami Vice-y version of from 1986. One visual that will forever be stuck in my mind is the scene in the grocery store where the main character is telling his pre-teen son about how Hannibal Lecktor (how it's spelled in the film) nearly killed him and drove him insane. It appears to have been shot in an actual grocery store, with shelves filled with clearly-visible Cap'n Crunch and Folgers... and Mr. T Cereal!! Imagine sharing that story with your little kid on the sugary cereal aisle.
Anyway, you don't get scenes like that these days. Just thought I'd share. Slow day at the office. :)
I'm in total agreement with you and pegr up there. Mike is a bit off on this one. That doesn't "bear a passing resemblance to Godzilla", that IS that MFer!! Next up for Comcast advertising: The Beetuls, starring Jon, Pau, Jorge, and Rengo.
You can go out and buy a $4000 carbon fiber-frame bike but your riding will certainly still be distinguishable from a professional rider's. And you can go on any golf course and see two dozen guys playing with the same gear Tiger uses, but it doesn't help them break 100. On the same note, I've seen a lot of amateur photogs' work, mine own included, and it's extremely rare to see any that rises to the quality of a top professional. Then again, there are a lot of pure hacks out there making a good living off of their camera...