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Another inspiring display. It's notewothy that Benny is enaging his entire body to accomplish the tear. & I suspect his heartrate reached near max.
 
 
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Great Benny!! Thank you so much for posting this my friend. All the best.


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Ah, recycling at its finest! Great stuff, Benny!
 
 
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12-03-2008, 10:34 PM
 
Hey benny did you buy Dennis Rogers 'A Grip that Rips' and if so would you drop me a PM or just post about whether you think it is a worthwhile purchase if one is interested in tearing. Essentially is it a real art or is it a lot of fluff for the money?
 
 
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Benny, I just found this part of the forum. You crack me up. That was great!! More!!

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12-29-2008, 08:40 PM
 
Benny that tear was stupendous. I've ripped a phonebook but not like that! You're John Brookfield and the Mighty Atom all rolled into one.
 
 
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12-29-2008, 09:08 PM
 
Impressive

If dinosaurs were alive today, Benny could choke one with his bare hands. I bet you don't struggle getting lids off of jars.
 
 
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12-30-2008, 01:17 AM
 
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If dinosaurs were alive today, Benny could choke one with his bare hands. I bet you don't struggle getting lids off of jars.
Depends on the Jar lol. Earlier tonight I was asked to take a lid off a Jam jar. I took it, 2 seconds later its off brand new. Man i'm glad I know how to work them Tendons. A small quote from Slim The Hammerman "I believe tendons are vey important, not so much muscle but tendons."
 
 
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12-30-2008, 01:14 AM
 
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Benny that tear was stupendous. I've ripped a phonebook but not like that! You're John Brookfield and the Mighty Atom all rolled into one.
I wuldn't go that far, I admire those guys too much to even be in their league lol........I love doing stuff like this and learning from these men is a gift in itself.
 
 
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