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johnbhoy

Armed Forces - Europe

https://hwcdn.libsyn.com/...fb9c89a4eeb4842
I haven't heard this yet but it should be interesting.
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Eric B.

Thank you very much, there was some interesting stuff in that.
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backtrack

Thanks for this the podcasts with David Landau are really good.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA


==Scott==
I was hoping he would talk more about Arthur at the end and how he just sort of wasted away instead of going out in a blaze of glory like a gun battle or whatever and I wonder why Edgar was the sole heir leaving out Gary and his daughter?
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
I remember reading on here or somewhere where near the end Jones was down on the world and very frustrated etc and I'd be interested to know what brought that on and what further things he wanted to accomplish but couldn't for one reason or another.
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tompuderbaugh

Over a few days, I listened to the entire podcast.

Definitely worth a listen if you like Arthur Jones stories.

Also a good reminder of the old quote --

"Never meet your heroes, you will be disappointed."

Like most of us, Arthur was a genius in some areas of his life and a flipping idiot/fool in many others.

Good training to all!
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epdavis7

tompuderbaugh wrote:
Over a few days, I listened to the entire podcast.

Definitely worth a listen if you like Arthur Jones stories.

Also a good reminder of the old quote --

"Never meet your heroes, you will be disappointed."

Like most of us, Arthur was a genius in some areas of his life and a flipping idiot/fool in many others.

Good training to all!


Admired his genius in some areas, but wow what a dysfunctional family in many ways. They sure put the fun in dysfunctional.
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Average Al

entsminger wrote:
==Scott==
I remember reading on here or somewhere where near the end Jones was down on the world and very frustrated etc and I'd be interested to know what brought that on and what further things he wanted to accomplish but couldn't for one reason or another.


Arthur Jones doesn't seem to have been the kind of guy who would have talked much about his feelings or shared much about his inner thoughts. Perhaps he departed this world with no one knowing why he ended up in a dark place?

I can also understand why family or close friends might not want to share those kinds of secrets or insights. Some things are best left as private matters.
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BorisV

Maryland, USA

entsminger wrote:
==Scott==
I remember reading on here or somewhere where near the end Jones was down on the world and very frustrated etc and I'd be interested to know what brought that on and what further things he wanted to accomplish but couldn't for one reason or another.


"For with much wisdom comes much sorrow, and as knowledge grows, grief increases".
Other geniuses like Ayn Rand and Vince Gironda left the world with the same feeling...
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Crotalus

tompuderbaugh wrote:

Like most of us, Arthur was a genius in some areas of his life and a flipping idiot/fool in many others.


You'd think he would have had some people around that would at least try to guide him away from making stupid mistakes .... like marrying someone your grand daughters age after you've become a millionaire.

And even if he did, it was probably just like Mike Mentzer said , " ... you don't tell Arthur anything - you attend his lectures. "

It's a shame how he went out ... wouldn't be surprised that he suffered from depression his whole life.

I haven't been able to connect to the podcast but really want to hear it.

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spud

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I haven't been able to connect to the podcast but really want to hear it.


The main website for the podcast is https://highintensitybusiness....

and the YouTube channel, where all content is uploaded is https://www.youtube.com/...Rnb0BFw/videos.

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entsminger

Virginia, USA

You'd think he would have had some people around that would at least try to guide him away from making stupid mistakes

==Scott==
Works real well with our current president doesn't it, ha ha.. You didn't tell Jones anything.
Please , lets not argue politics.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

You'd think he would have had some people around that would at least try to guide him away from making stupid mistakes

==Scott==
Works real well with our current president doesn't it, ha ha.. You didn't tell Jones anything.
Please , lets not argue politics.
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