When you think of the “Fighting Irish” two thoughts may come to mind:
1. The Notre Dame football team or
2. Irish people fighting in bars after they’ve had too much drink
But today I want to tell you about a young lady I met nearly five years ago when I did a clinic in Limerick, Ireland. The young lady’s name is Catherine Costigan and she hits like a freight train – even though she looks like a beauty queen – and in spite of that she was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was 8 years old.
The way I see it, none of the above is reason enough to go through life being or feeling like a victim. No woman should ever believe she’s so beautiful that there’s no need to ever pop an abusive man across the chops. Nor should an epileptic, for that matter. And in Ireland, every once in a while I’m sure someone drinks a bit too much and needs a good crackin.
I think we can say the same about people in the United States, too – don’t you think? In fact, I’d like to bring Catherine over for a seminar, put a bunch of dork men in the room who have no life – have each of them come forth with something dopey to say and watch as Catherine knocks their tar and nicotine stained teeth down their gullets. In fact, this is such a good idea we could probably film it and make a fortune.
But until that day happens, you’ll have to settle for Catherine’s Ultimate Punch training program – sent to you by mail.
It is one AWESOME program – for many reasons – and your eyes and ears will be glued to the tube the whole time Catherine is talking and moving. Riveting stuff – for men and women.
Go take a gander today. Get the program and see how easy it is to drill a knuckle head with one punch.
Zen Master of the Internet®
P.S. My October seminar on Zero Resistance Internet Marketing
is filling up fast. Be sure you’re not left out in the cold. Go here and grab yourself a cushion.
Power Quote of The Day“Wherever you go and whatever you do,
May the luck of the Irish be there with you.”
— Irish Blessing