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    Pic of the What: Exercise, the poor man's plastic surgery! Mar. 13, 2012

    Pic of the What: Exercise, the poor man's plastic surgery! Mar. 13, 2012



    From the internets somewhere. Exercise, saving money since people lifted boulders to roll at other people.

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    I shall steal that for my facebook.

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    "Walking. The Poor Man's Treasure" can't remember who said it at the moment. Might have been Dr Samuel Johnson. I'll probably remember it later.

    William Gladstone would think nothing of 15 miles or more from a Rail Station to his destination. Yes, people walked great distances in 19th C Britain as a matter of course even as the Railways developed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon View Post
    "Walking. The Poor Man's Treasure" can't remember who said it at the moment. Might have been Dr Samuel Johnson. I'll probably remember it later.

    William Gladstone would think nothing of 15 miles or more from a Rail Station to his destination. Yes, people walked great distances in 19th C Britain as a matter of course even as the Railways developed.
    But there was a lot more to see in those days....

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