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Everlast Multi Function Chinning Bar


Everlast Multi Function Chinning Bar



Target your key areas! Forget the gimmicks: Build a powerful physique with the tried-and-true cornerstone exercises of fitness. Use your body's own resistance to create maximum impact where it counts: pecs, biceps, abs, and obliques. The portable Multi-Function Home Gym Bar goes anywhere! It's a great foundation for any training regimen.

Forget the gimmicks and build a powerful physique with this Everlast multifunction chinning bar--one of the tried-and-true cornerstones of fitness. A chinning bar uses your body's own resistance to create maximum impact where it counts most, such as the pecs, biceps, abs, and obliques. The multifunction bar sets up pretty much anywhere, including in a doorway, against a wall, or on the ground. When installed in the doorway, the chinning bar lets you perform pull-ups and chin-ups, so you can create a strong back and muscular biceps in no time. When on the ground, the bar's comfort grips make pushups more effective than ever, helping you build a strong, defined chest and sculpted triceps. Finally, you can rest the bar against a wall, where it holds your feet for sit-ups and other ab work. And best of all for people who want a versatile workout, the bar offers multiple grip positions that allow you to work muscles from several different angles. A great foundation for any training regimen, the Everlast multifunction chinning bar adjusts to fit doorways up to 32 inches across.
About Everlast
The preeminent brand in boxing since 1910, Everlast is a global leader in the design, manufacturing, licensing and marketing of authentic boxing, mixed martial arts, and fitness-related sporting goods equipment, apparel, footwear, and accessories. From heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey and middleweight legend Sugar Ray Robinson to the undisputed middleweight champion Jermain Taylor and UFC heavyweight champion Randy Couture, Everlast is the brand of choice for generations of world champion professional athletes.
Built on a brand heritage of authenticity and individuality, Everlast is a necessary part of the lives of countless athletes and fitness enthusiasts who train, compete, and live an active lifestyle. Based in Manhattan, Everlast's products are sold across more than 75 countries and 6 continents. Everlast is a wholly owned subsidiary of Brands Holdings Limited, a global company and manager of worldwide sporting goods and apparel brands.










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Fookin' Cable Box




Fookin' Cable Box





user bruce has entered room


bruce(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:28:06 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

cable fail. "One moment please, your service has been temporarilt interrupted. it should be restored momentarilt." Since last night


analyst Marilou has entered room


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:37:30 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Hello bruce_, Thank you for contacting Comcast Live Chat Support. My name is Marilou. Please give me one moment to review your information.


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:37:30 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

My pleasure to have you on this chat! I always remain committed and focused to provide you quality customer service at my fullest effort. Before anything else, I want to extend my apologies for the inconvenience this issue has caused you. I hope you're doing fine.


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:38:00 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

right. my cable is out


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:38:18 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Hi Bruce.


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:38:40 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

I understand how inconvenient it is if your cable is not working. I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:38:53 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Don't worry, Bruce. I can certainly help you.


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:38:55 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

In order to assist you better, could I please have your complete account number or the phone number associated to your account?


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:39:21 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

tel 5108352936


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:40:08 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Thank you for the information. Please give me a minute to pull up your account.

While waiting, let me share with you the best features of Comcast Customer Central. You can manage your account right at your fingertips! You can view your Comcast bill online, print a hard copy and make payments. You can set up automatic monthly payments as well. There's also a lot of self-help options for basic troubleshooting. Feel free to check all these features by going to this link: customer.comcast.com/Public/Home.aspx


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:41:12 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Thank you for waiting. As Comcast values the integrity of your account, please verify the following information for me:

1. Name on the account
2. Address on the account
3. Last four of your Social


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:41:29 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

bruce bortin


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:41:52 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

1533 jackson #214 oakland ca


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:42:07 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

*** ** 6590


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:42:48 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

what's the last four digits of your social, marilou?


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:43:10 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Thank you very much for helping me verify the account.


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:43:39 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

May I know why are you asking for the last 4 of my social?


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:44:25 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

because now you know mine. reciprocity. great. Now let's get that cable turned back on


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:44:54 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

You made me smile, Bruce.


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:44:56 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

May I know since when did you start having this issue?


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:45:38 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

a little after 8pm yesterday


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:46:50 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Ok. I see here that you only have 1 cable box. Is that correct?


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:47:36 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

yes. green light on cable box goes blink, blink, pause. repeat.


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:47:57 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Thank you for the information.


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:48:04 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

May I know if you have any other equipment connected in between the box and the TV?


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:48:25 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

let me look . BRB


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:49:04 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Sure.


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:49:08 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

nope. straight out of ther box into the tv. white coax


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:49:27 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Thank you for checking.


Marilou(Mon Mar 21 2011 11:49:51 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time))>

Alright Bruce. I will send a signal to refresh the information inside your box. The signal will also correct any corrupted data. However, just to set proper expectation, it will take 30-45 minutes for your box to completely download the signal.


bruce_(Mon Mar 21 2011 08:51:43 GMT-0











I sometimes want to live in a cardboard box




I sometimes want to live in a cardboard box





Why do they have to write things on the rim of the lens?
"Optical Lens". Good one, just in case we think it's actually a "Sonic Lens". No no, silly me, it could be an "Edible Lens."
"Olympus Wide Zoom Lens". Like it's going to be a sodding Canon lens on an Olympus camera? Even if it were a Canon lens, and it weren't a zoom but instead a 60mm fixed, don't you think you'd KNOW by now having spent good dollar on the camera in the shop?

And why the HELL are we subjected to constant talking through speakers on the underground? If you don't know where you are going on the tube, there are maps (if you were stupid enough not to check your journey before you actually got on a train).

Don't give me the 'blind people' argument. If you are blind, then you've done a bloody impressive job getting yourself onto the right underground train, navigating the unfriendly escalators into the various miserable abysses of our public transport in the first place; I think you'd manage the relatively simple task of COUNTING stops, don't you?

What would we do if there weren't announcements? We'd all be murdered in our beds wouldn't we? How would we know the Charing Cross branch of the Misery Line was closed for engineering works?! Oh no!

How would we know? Well, we would start checking things before our journey. Yes we would, because we would have to. We would think to ourselves "it's a good idea to look at this very clearly written information board" before we embark upon our journey.

Simple. If you need information specific to you, go get it yourself. Don't make the whole bloody world suffer an onslaught of information that probably doesn't affect them. They will only be more confused in the long run, having to strain their ears every time something is announced in a shitty voice you can barely hear anyway.

I hate visual and auditory pollution. Life would be so damned nice if I could interact with the world without it. If I could walk down the tomatoes aisle in Tesco without bloody pictures of tomatoes everywhere. I don't need to see your crap photography of tomatoes when I have the real thing right there on the shelves. Why not just put up the word in nice bold text, nice and high above the aisle so they could be located from the other side of the shop? Perhaps a simple black font, with a pure white background. No tomato photos. I don't mind if you use all-caps. Like this perhaps:

TOMATOES

No need to say "tomatoes here" or "buy tomatoes here" because it's implicit isn't it, really?

I have successfully eliminated advertisements from my life. I use adblock online, I have thrown my television out (I lie - never had one), I don't go anywhere where I am subjected to commercial radio (I try not to walk in the streets where it may be playing), and I try not to read the awful newspapers whose primary reason for existing is to sell me things. And so it greatly upsets me when Tesco play videos about slimming products, the speakers are on the same level as my ears when I am looking at parsnips or avocados.

Life would be wonderful without it all. Failing that I shall continue to do what I normally do, which is to not bother going out. It's pointless isn't it? Unless you need something specifically, it's pointless. There's too much mess outside.











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