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dipsrule

Pennsylvania, USA

Anyone else have this book?

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StuKE

dipsrule wrote:
Anyone else have this book?

I'm trying to attach an image but it's a no go


It's a go.
What a title. Is it real?
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dipsrule

Pennsylvania, USA

It is about Arthur Jones. It is a real book.

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dipsrule

Pennsylvania, USA

I was wondering if anyone else has this book.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

dipsrule wrote:
Anyone else have this book?



==Scott==
An interesting picture to use on this book? Instead of the doer and shaker that Jones was it depicts a man possibly wearing a straight jacket sitting and watching the world go by from a window. Hardly what I think of when I think of Jones.
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Average Al

dipsrule wrote:
Anyone else have this book?



I had a vague memory that the text once might have been available for download. But I can't find anything on my hard drive, so maybe I'm just confused.


Since the author died a number of years ago, ownership of the copyrights may have fallen into limbo.

Is it any good?
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Crotalus

I have it .... never read it cover to cover ... just went through parts briefly. I just wanted it to have it .
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
So if you were writing a book about you're self using his template what would you call your book?
Me? Possibly ...Younger body, faster internet and bigger cannonballs? ha ha.
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dipsrule

Pennsylvania, USA

Arthur did not write the book.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
One thing I remember from this book was how disgusted Jones was in his later years with life and the world in general.Not that I'm any kind of Jones character but as I get older I have found I've become more cynical and disgusted with everything. At times it seems the Government sucks, people suck, getting old sucks and you just want to move to an island and see nobody and then things get better and you just keep moving on. Maybe its because when you were younger you are more naive about things and as you get older you learn that things aren't as nicey nice as you thought they were and you get angry.Like the other day I see this article showing how the white man killed millions of buffalo ( Jones would be there shooting them, ha ha) just to force the indians to rely on the white mans food source.It would be interesting to know more about what got Jones down, especially when when at one point in his life he had everything.
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perrymk

Average Al wrote:
I had a vague memory that the text once might have been available for download.


hardtraining.com/ywfabc_products.html

I haven't actually ordered it to verify the download.
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dipsrule

Pennsylvania, USA

If anyone is interested

https://www.ebay.com/...u8AAOSwjtZbvQCV
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

entsminger wrote:
==Scott==
So if you were writing a book about you're self using his template what would you call your book?
Me? Possibly ...Younger body, faster internet and bigger cannonballs? ha ha.


==Scott==
I think it's interesting that there was not one response to my question what would you call your book? Maybe if I had asked which is better , machines or free weights I might have at least gotten a few answers , ha ha.
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dipsrule

Pennsylvania, USA

Sorry I'm not sure what I would call a book about myself.

Maybe "The man I am now is the the person I used to be" lol
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hit4me

Florida, USA

my book would be called "the batman elvis"....everyone at work either calls me the batman or elvis...so it would be fitting, lol
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
Thanks, those are interesting titles. I?m thinking This book on Jones was more about what he was always striving to get than what he was, like he didn?t have enough big alligators and really needed faster planes, ha ha .
One of my desires used to be more cool Nautilus machines but I finally got over that after some 40?years. Still want bigger cannonballs and faster shooting guns, love to get a machine gun, ha ha but they are outrageously expensive .
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
My god I?m really losing it, I forgot one of my three desires would be bigger muscles!!
So it would be , bigger muscles , bigger cannonballs and faster guns!
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

dipsrule wrote:
Anyone else have this book?


Yeah, and I wish I would have bought more.
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

entsminger wrote:
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==Scott==
An interesting picture to use on this book? Instead of the doer and shaker that Jones was it depicts a man possibly wearing a straight jacket sitting and watching the world go by from a window. Hardly what I think of when I think of Jones.


It depicts an inovator and an entrepreneur contemplating his next project from the window seat of his private jet.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Bill Sekerak wrote:
entsminger wrote:
dipsrule wrote:
Anyone else have this book?



==Scott==
An interesting picture to use on this book? Instead of the doer and shaker that Jones was it depicts a man possibly wearing a straight jacket sitting and watching the world go by from a window. Hardly what I think of when I think of Jones.

It depicts an inovator and an entrepreneur contemplating his next project from the window seat of his private jet.


==Scott==
I guess we all see what we want to see.
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Mr Nauti1us

Never dis Jones realise that some strange people would try and and make their internet career by dumpster diving his trash.
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Ellington Darden

Mr Nauti1us wrote:
Never dis Jones realise that some strange people would try and and make their internet career by dumpster diving his trash.


You are correct. That's exactly what the author of "Younger Women . . ." did.

Ellington

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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Ellington Darden wrote:
Mr Nauti1us wrote:
Never dis Jones realise that some strange people would try and and make their internet career by dumpster diving his trash.

You are correct. That's exactly what the author of "Younger Women . . ." did.

Ellington



==Scott==
Must have been some clever guy to get into Jones trash at Jumbo Lair ?
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Bill Sekerak wrote:
entsminger wrote:
dipsrule wrote:
Anyone else have this book?



==Scott==
An interesting picture to use on this book? Instead of the doer and shaker that Jones was it depicts a man possibly wearing a straight jacket sitting and watching the world go by from a window. Hardly what I think of when I think of Jones.

It depicts an inovator and an entrepreneur contemplating his next project from the window seat of his private jet.


==Scott==
So Bill, since you seemed to have spent so much time with Arthur maybe you can tell us about those later years in his life when he was so disillusioned and just waiting to die?
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Mr Nauti1us





==Scott==
Must have been some clever guy to get into Jones trash at Jumbo Lair ?


As I understand it they went through the dumpsters at Deland. There were quite a few of them apparently. They must have been fighting over the really good trash.
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