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You Know, Maybe We Should Stop...

picking on Pat Robertson - after all the man can leg press 2000 pounds. Love the quote from this site:
There is no way on earth Robertson leg presses 2,000 pounds. That would mean a 76-year-old man broke the all-time Florida State University leg press record by 665 pounds over Dan Kendra. 665 pounds. Further, when he set the record, they had to modify the leg press machine to fit 1,335 pounds of weight. Plus, Kendra's capillaries in his eyes burst. Burst. Where in the world did Robertson even find a machine that could hold 2,000 pounds at one time? And how does he still have vision?
But hey, if Pat says he can press a ton, I believe him. And you can too - all you need to do is buy Pat's Amazing Protein Shake!

Dan, are you calling a Man of God a liar?

Me? Never would I do such a thing! Although - did you take a look at the video link of Pat pressing a thousand? That has to be the most hopeless attempt at a leg press I've ever seen - not only did he barely bend his knees, but he used his hands to help him by pressing down on his legs.

Anyone else ever notice that charismatic personality-cult leaders all seem to have tales of amazing, never to be duplicated by mere mortals, feats and accomplishments about them? Any bets on a devoted follower replacing the steel weights with aluminium on the sly?

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