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Matt Furey Offended?

Matt Furey has thrown down the gauntlet on free speech, so to speak. In his words, ?So this is fair warning to anyone talking crap about me on the Internet. You are herewith advised to remove any and all negative (sic), libelous, slanderous and defaming mention of me from your websites - or accept the consequences, in the form of ?legal man.?? I find this amusing on several fronts.

http://moynihaninstitute.com/

He better be careful or some of those 17 year olds might come to his seminars and pwn him at wrestling. Again.

[quote]Rant Irishman wrote:
Matt Furey has thrown down the gauntlet on free speech, so to speak[/quote]

If you’re going to pimp your own blog, at least disclose it.

Don’t get me started on Matt Furey (can he sue me for saying that much?). And, what’s worse, Brooks Kubik of “Dinosaur Training” appears to have followed Matt’s marketing strategy to the letter.
What can I say about people of that ilk?
Better say nothing except, “LONG LIVE T-NATION!”

I am embarassed to confess that I once belonged to Matt Furey’s “Inner Circle”.
I think it cost me $25 a month. Basically, it was a chat board. Once in a while, Furey would chime in, but mostly it was just a group of guys posting. I didn’t get 1/1,000,000th of the good information I get on T-Nation for free.

If you go to the believe web page, there is an article about Matt Furey and at the bottom of the page a link to the letter Karl Gotch wrote about Furey.

Why (sic)?

I’ve never tried any of his workouts, but are they really that bad?

You mean his website is for real ?
I always was under the impression it was a tribute to Monty Python’s Flying Circus.

Matt Furey is a nappy headed ho who needs to shut his faggot ass up.

(please come sue me ^_^)

[quote]Zap Branigan wrote:
…all negative (sic), libelous, …

Why (sic)?[/quote]

It’s funny. I could care less about Furey and this was the only thing I was curious about.

[quote]entheogens wrote:
Don’t get me started on Matt Furey (can he sue me for saying that much?). And, what’s worse, Brooks Kubik of “Dinosaur Training” appears to have followed Matt’s marketing strategy to the letter.
What can I say about people of that ilk?
Better say nothing except, “LONG LIVE T-Nation!”[/quote]

Brooks Kubik could have been as famous as Dan John. Instead he sold his soul to the Mammon.
God bless Dan John.

[quote] I didn’t get 1/1,000,000th of the good information I get on T-Nation for free.[quote]

^ Not much into Furey or wresting but U got the info source part right 4 sure!

FUCK HIM