What an utter arse
He can't possibly have written this with a straight face.
I think that's fair enough actually, I'd be quite happy to tazer him and get paid for it.
If he's lucky enough to have spare dollars perhaps he could just post them to me instead of looking out for parked cars!
I wonder if he takes the first car he comes across or makes a decision based on the make/model
Ha ha good old Dean. They had a list of some of his sayings on there a little while ago. I couldn't help but to comment on this one:
"Sometimes we are fishmen and sometimes we are fish"
I had to ask if fish could run, I need these things explained to me!
MikeFrog wrote (see)
I don't know what part specifically you think is nonsense, but I can tell you that some of the things that have brought me most happiness in my life have involved me giving money away when I wasn't expected to. Try it.
Principally the fact that he felt the need to tell everyone he did it.
Haven't looked at the link mainly because after reading his first 'motivational' book - on strong recommendation from other runners who thought he was inspirational - I found him to be an arrogant egotist who mostly talked complete and utter twaddle that makes me want to inflict harm on the author.
That said, I never have had much time for these American style self promoters so I guess I was never going to completely enjoy the book.
Flat Footed wrote (see)
And i thought RW UK was weird seems the Yanks have taken it to a new level
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