Get Fit Lifting Levers™ is The Total Total-Fit System™ for The Total Tailor™ expected to create Tuxedos From Whole Cloth™ that will not rip at the sleeves when the wearer, in emergencies running the gamut from extreme to minor, must lift one or Both Arms™ over his or her head to lift a lever, or multiple levers in precise combinations of positions and/or sequences, in order to save panicking innocents from possible, likely, or certain doom.
Get Fit Lifting Levers™ is a trademark of The Total Tailor™, LLP, a Limited Liability Partnership doing business as Total Tailor Enterprises™ in the state of Nevada and Tiny Mormon Tailor Enterprises™ in some parts of Utah.
Get Fit Lifting Levers™ is not associated with Get-Fit Liftin’ Levers™, a series of quality, durable and reliable replacement levers coming in a variety of colors, textures, grip sizes, and lever lengths for use in the Get-Fit Liftin’ Levers™ Fitness System® – a wall-mounted isometric weight-loss and muscle-building system utilizing the revolutionary Dual-Directional Push-and/or-Pull™ Lever-Lifting Lifting System® originated in the Republic of Vietnam and marketed in the United States by DynoDyneD Enterprises (3DE).
Get Fit Lifting Levers™ is not affiliated with Get-Fit Lofting Loaves™, a series of adjustable-weight loaves of stale organic white, whole wheat, rye, and multigrain bread for use in the Super-Strong Baker’s Apprentice™ series of shot-putt training DVDs in any manner except their 50/50 partnership in Get-Fit Leaving Lifts™ an overseas British joint venture which owns a non-voting minority stake in Fit Lifts, UK® a London-based network of elevator-based membership fitness clubs.
Posted by Tom Busillo on August 31, 2012
Q: I want something like a fall that feels new and works for many situations.
A: Look for a prominent fire.
Versatile variations satisfy everybody.
Start tearing magazines online.
A silhouette instantly upgrades your trusty black and will also work with skinny black.
Provide ample camouflage.
Splurge on a black lamb, an accent that sets off a plea, or a pencil.
Promise you’ll be pleased with “pleather” perforations.
Hop if you love oral.
Pump velveteen, replace the usual ark!
blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri,” Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, 8/30/12.
in situ below
Posted by Tom Busillo on August 30, 2012
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Posted by Tom Busillo on August 27, 2012
sidebar in Philadelphia Inquirer, 9/1/12, presented here in patented x-ray poem vision
Posted by Tom Busillo on August 26, 2012
without an off-day
without a bigger gnat
without a stylist to our name
without our baby fat
we live many ones once
we live many ones through
twelve draped saviours crowning two
fleets with fabrications
with silkworms gaze and dew
the stationmasters coachmen muscle
scat slat hue
sewing both sleeves of the bomb
rowing both sculls on the river
passing skulls through birth canals
passing through time’s sieves like slivers
up atop a thousand hills
in each our thousandth brilliant hue
Posted by Tom Busillo on August 25, 2012
training on the heavy bag
still composed of stones
we’re getting better at the silence
you can’t tell when we’ve broken bones
we used to study Krishnamaruti
we used to study koans
we used to sing a pretty song
now we try to stifle moans
raining out blood on rags again
yes it’s still red we see
we’ve paid a mint to make confessions
but here the bleeding’s free
Posted by Tom Busillo on August 24, 2012
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Posted by Tom Busillo on August 22, 2012