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Re: Because he's got a problem...
Posted By: Larry Miller In Response To: Because he's got a problem... (Phil Nebby)
Date: Friday, 23 December 2005, at 4:18 p.m.
In Response To: Because he's got a problem... (Phil Nebby)
There are always two sides to a story. My experiences with John Inzer have been minimal. He was kind enough to invite me to his Greatest Bench Press in America years ago. He made me a number of triple ply shirts to use. He has always been more than generous as a sponsor to meet promoters and lifters. However, there are other areas where I do not feel he has acted appropriately. I have been around the sport a long time and I'm sure there are many out there that will tell you that I have not acted appropriately. As I stated earlier, there is always two sides to a story, and I am always willing to explain my side. I have made many friends in my 25 years of lifting. Some who I respect greatly. When I see things that are contrary to what I feel is right, I don't have a problem speaking out.
However, as Larry Smith pointed out, I didn't say anything negative about John Inzer, I was voicing my opinion about the IPF rule and how that got us in trouble a long time ago. Yes I mentioned that Mr. Inzer acquired Frant's lawsuit and I think that many individuals are aware of that. After I made that comment, Mr Burnell and Ms. Hackney decided to read between the lines and decide I was bashing Mr. Inzer. For those people who know me, they will tell you that I don't have a problem voicing my opinion. Just give me a call and I'll give you an opinion about anything.
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