Early times email provider m@il.com finally meets today’s standards. They have always been great in offering over 250 choices in domain names for your email adress. The Faith / Philosphies Category alone accounts for 11 choices:

angelic.com
atheist.com
minister.com
muslim.com
oath.com
orthodox.com
priest.com
protestant.com
reborn.com
religious.com
saintly.com

Not included are all the fan names they offer via NHL Email.
This week they increased storage from 100MB to a 3 Gigabytes for free accounts.

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In his fascinating latest movie “I Am Legend” Will Smith is the last man on earth. His routine of the day begins with exercise: treadmill and pull-ups.
Later on a Judeo-Christian theme gets introduced, the creatures lay siege to the townhouse, and Robert discovers the antidote for the plague.

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John DeFendis will be inducted into the WBBG Hall of Fame for his contributions to the fitness industries. David Robson spoke with John on the eve of his induction and they discussed his life as one of the world’s best bodybuilder’s and top personal trainers. Here you’ll find the divine highlights:

On workout

“It was those seemingly endless moments in the gym that were responsible for the person that I have become: one that truly respects life, our God (probably because I was blessed to live through those moments), our journey and the legacy that we will leave behind.”

On lifesaving

“My mother had some serious health problems and also weighed over 300 pounds. At 16 years of age I helped her and she lost over 180 pounds. It was a defining moment in my life. It was God’s message to me. God was giving me the ticket to my mission in life, which was to help others to become healthier, and to live a better quality of life.”

On secrets

“What are the secrets to your success as a bodybuilder and personal trainer? – God’s will: My passion, persistence, knowledge, experience and ability to visualize a goal and go after it.”

On goals

“What are your future goals? – To continue the mission that God has given me…”

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Jerry Brainum knows Jeanne Calmet to be the longest-lived human on record. She made it to age 122 and said “I have been forgotten by the Good Lord!”. Let me add Methuselah to the records and increase maximum age to 969.
Jerry Brainum is aware of Methuselah as well just thinking of a bristlecone pine tree. Whenever it comes to life and death the bodybuilding specialist is urged to refer to biblical names as the red sea urchin pictured.

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These days Lutherans from all over the US gather in Chicago Il for the tenth biennial ELCA Churchwide Assembly meeting. ELCA’s Board of Pensions asks voting members and guests to participate in The Around the Wheel challenge.
The program includes:
Run, Walk ‘n’ Roll – Go at your own pace through Grant Park and along the scenic Lake Michigan
Stretch & Pray – Join Bishop Murray Finck for low-impact stretching and high-impact prayer

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Jen Hendershott hates gossip and thus reveals: WELL, I am doing the Olympia. SURPRISE!
Isaac Hinds wants to know why she was on the fence for quite a while. Here’s her confession:

“We don’t like to force anything on ourselves; we believe that God will deal the cards that need to be dealt. Starting a family changes a lot of things and it’s a BIG decision. We trust that God will bless us again when its time.In the summer of 2005 I had a miscarriage, which NO ONE knew about, (BREAKING NEWS). We kept it to ourselves until we were ready to share with the world. It was an emotional time but we believe God works in strange ways and this is something we had to deal with as many families in this world do.”

Earlier in 2004 she was undergoing a crisis as well during which God became her homeboy.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger used to be the youngest Mr. Universe ever at the age of 20. He was raised in a very strict catholic home. Now he turns 60 and some like the idea of having him as President of the United States. God bless Arnold.

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For the history of the Allison Stokke hype check the summary @ AOL sports.
For real devotion check The Loser Complex.

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Rod Labbe delivers a six-page hagiography about an icon of body building: Flex Wheeler. Of his ten-year-career the most remarkable year was the year 2000. Because of a bad disease Flex paused his career and started studying the Bible which led to Baptism on June 29, 2001. That very day Flex swore off steroids: “Completely. I don’t use anymore. I’m one of Christ’s soldiers, and my biggest contest is against evil.” Over and over again the athlete thanks God: “I was blessed by God to have a different type of physique — a decent combination of mass and symmetry. Bodybuilding was my destiny. I mean, I look back at how everything unfolded, and I understand there’s a divine plan at work.”

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LJ57 is the winner of Bodybuilding.com’s Topic-Of-The-Week-Contest. The Question is: “How Does Your Training Regimen Change With The Seasons?” LJ57 lives in the Purgatory and signs his forum posts as follows: “From apes or sons of God, let every act be sacred.” So it is not astonishing that he writes about winter training: “During the winter there are many holidays as well (i.e. Thanksgiving, Christmas etc.) Being in a mass building stage will allow you to splurge a little with your family, and not feel so guilty about it.” Christmas is a great season for mass building.

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