Somerset Athletic Club
yep yep

Somerset, KY

#21 Aug 27, 2008
if it is estep she is right greg dalton, didn't do a thing at the sac...seen it was losing money and he wanted out leaving his dad and rosie holding the bag of crap,,,,
Pah-peen

Nashville, TN

#22 Aug 27, 2008
So does that mean I get to use my Urban Active membership there?? I have the nationwide membership and I won the free personal training for a year so I'm going to get ideal this year.
taylor marie

Lexington, KY

#23 Aug 27, 2008
it stinks in there because of all the fat dudes in there lifting and sweating all to hell and then not washing good b/c they're fat and coming back the next time and doing it all over agian. i've never seen so many out of shape dudes in there trying to lift weights. and it's funny because they're the ones who lift outside the 2 weight rooms out in the open where everybody can see them, like they're hard or something. all the serious lifters don't give a shit about being seen, they go back in the rooms there and lift. it's always the hosses who have to be out there sweating all over the shit that i wanna use. they need to start with the treadmill first, worry about the weights later.
whatever

Lexington, KY

#24 Aug 27, 2008
Maybe Taylor marie needs to consult with a personal trainer and learn the difference between and athletic lifter and a power lifter. The "fat guys" in the front lifting are much stronger than the guys with more sculpted muscles. Power lifters lift weights to built bulk and strength, not definition. They work hard to acheive those goals, a treadmill is the last thing they need.
Pah-peen

Nashville, TN

#25 Aug 27, 2008
Who cares about lifting heavy, I'd rather look good than look gross.
whatever

Lexington, KY

#26 Aug 27, 2008
Yes, looking good is important. But looking good won't win strongman competitions.
the law offices of

Hopkinsville, KY

#27 Aug 27, 2008
By Aaron Larson
Law Offices of Aaron Larson
August, 2003--It is not unusual for attorneys to receive inquiries about defamation actions from people who are in conflicts with neighbors or other members of their communities, and have become the subjects of vicious lies. The area of law most implicated by that type of conduct is "defamation of character", a cause of action which is generally defined to include "libel" and slander".
Generally speaking, defamation is the issuance of a false statement about another person, which causes that person to suffer harm. Slander involves the making of defamatory statements by a transitory (non-fixed) representation, usually an oral (spoken) representation. Libel involves the making of defamatory statements in a printed or fixed medium, such as a magazine or newspaper.

Typically, the elements of a cause of action for defamation include:

(1)A false and defamatory statement concerning another;
(2)The unprivileged publication of the statement to a third party (that is, somebody other than the person defamed by the statement);
(3)If the defamatory matter is of public concern, fault amounting at least to negligence on the part of the publisher; and
(4)Damage to the plaintiff.
In the context of defamation law, a statement is "published" when it is made to the third party. That term does not mean that the statement has to be in print.

Damages are typically to the reputation of the plaintiff, but depending upon the laws of the jurisdiction it may be enough to establish mental anguish.

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:Attacks on a person's professional character or standing;
:Allegations that an unmarried person is unchaste;
:Allegations that a person is infected with a sexually transmitted disease;
:Allegations that the person has committed a crime of moral turpitude;
While actions for defamation have their roots in common law, most jurisdictions have now enacted statutes which modify the common law. They may change the elements of the cause of action, limit when an action may be filed, or modify the defenses to an action for defamation. Some may even require that the defendant be given an opportunity to apologize before the plaintiff can seek non-economic damages.
ridiculous

Sikeston, MO

#28 Aug 28, 2008
cracking me up wrote:
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cracks me up...greg's dad, ronnie and greg's step mom rosie were the "owners" (they bought the business and equipment, not the building)...greg never had anything to do with it, he just acted and talked like he did, for proof, just get ahold of rosie, she'll be sure to set the story straight...anyway, the lease agreements and everything were so tough, that chip is back!!! yeah!! and chip/john and autumn just returned from texas at a gold's gym training....nothing much is going to change on the gym, john is the daily guy and manager again....which i personally am glad, we really liked rosie and ronnie, but it's back to a better atmosphere there now
Oh really? yeah they just returned from a conference and it went so well that last week the girls at the front desk were talking about how many people had cancelled their memberships in the past 2 weeks. as for John, if he was doing a good job before then chip wouldnt have been looking for someone to take it over in the 1st place. He sucks at everything he does and is looking for free ride from the ikerds......as usual. Whoever you are, let me put it this way SHUT THE HELL UP!!!! and it sounds to me like this is probably mcelroy bashing greg....jealous much???? and for the record ROSIE was NEVER an owner, her name is not on a sincle piece of paper...thanks!!
this is great

Sikeston, MO

#29 Aug 28, 2008
yep yep wrote:
if it is estep she is right greg dalton, didn't do a thing at the sac...seen it was losing money and he wanted out leaving his dad and rosie holding the bag of crap,,,,
He didnt leave anybody holding anything , any problems that came with the gym he dealt with on a daily basis...all the while working full time at another job , and is STILL dealing with the crap from the gym everyday..alone mostly b/c it his problem and he takes responsibility for it!!!
ever been married

London, KY

#30 Aug 28, 2008
If Ronnie owns it, so does Rosie
Pah-peen

Nashville, TN

#31 Aug 28, 2008
Look, turn it into an indoor skate park, concert venue, juice hall, graffiti wall, and laser tag and you'll make all your money back.

Simpyl circuit train is balls, rubbers bands, and low weights and get that thing poppin!

You'll really make an impact in Somerset by creating your own version of ROCKETOWN in Nashville, which is a church owned skatepark and concert venue that caters to secular music while providing a no drugs/alcohol/tobacco indoor atmosphere for young people to play pool, laser tag, skateboard, see their favorite bands, dance, spray paint, etc.

it's extremely successful and has been featured on mtv.

I love the place, even though I'm too old, The Gym Class heroes and all sorts of death metal gets booked there. It's a phatty venue.

marinate on that. food for thought.
know the truth

Sikeston, MO

#32 Aug 28, 2008
This is all ridiculous...no one that is on here bashing greg knows anything about the gym or the situation. Its funny to read what everyone "thinks" they know. No one knows what went on behind the scenes and therefore shouldn't comment on things they don't know about. Greg didn't leave anyone holding anything, his dad and him, NOT Rosie were the actual owners. Just drop it, you're making yourselves look and sound stupid.
Pah-peen

Nashville, TN

#33 Aug 28, 2008
Oh yeah wrote:
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Definitely and the nicest!
Sounds like a classic case of rich boy trying to act important.

I feel for these parents who have to clean up after their spoiled brats.
Pah-peen

Nashville, TN

#34 Aug 28, 2008
Why doesn't someone check the courthouse records to see who it was deaded to? Or was this a leased operation? if so sell the equipment and furnishing and ride out the lease, quit spending money!
know the truth

Sikeston, MO

#35 Aug 28, 2008
ever been married wrote:
If Ronnie owns it, so does Rosie
Not in this situation...once again..you don't know what you're talking about and aren't involved so just drop it...
know the truth

Sikeston, MO

#36 Aug 28, 2008
Pah-peen wrote:
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Sounds like a classic case of rich boy trying to act important.
I feel for these parents who have to clean up after their spoiled brats.
Are you talking about greg? thats funny...no one is cleaning up after him, if anything he is cleaning up after others....
Pah-peen

Nashville, TN

#37 Aug 28, 2008
Back to the whole Gold's Gym thing... Since I can go to any Gold's or Urban Active can I goto SAC as well using my Urban Active membership?
know the truth

Sikeston, MO

#38 Aug 28, 2008
Pah-peen wrote:
Why doesn't someone check the courthouse records to see who it was deaded to? Or was this a leased operation? if so sell the equipment and furnishing and ride out the lease, quit spending money!
Or better yet, why dont you just ask Greg and stop talking about stuff that is none of your business and you dont know about...dont talk about it behind is back , just ask him face to face since for some reason you're all so concerned!!
Pah-peen

Nashville, TN

#39 Aug 28, 2008
Actually I'm just being a nosy internet user trying to figure out if my Urban Active Membership (owned and honored by Gold's Gym) is valid at any and all Somerset Athletic Club locations.
Pah-peen

Nashville, TN

#40 Aug 28, 2008
Also, as with this forum, people cannot be trusted, a DEED would solve the issue right then and there.

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