When introduced by interviewer Karen Bowerman as internet expert Guy Kewney, Goma realised there had been a misunderstanding and was visibly shocked. Aware that he was on live television and not wishing to make a scene, Goma played along, doing his best (in heavily French-accented English) to answer questions about the Apple Corps v. Apple Computer case and its ramifications for the music industry. The interview seemed believable to many viewers, particularly those unfamiliar with Kewney. Kewney, still in the waiting area, was shocked when he saw Goma interviewed in his place, though he was not able to hear the audio.
How your clothing fits (or no longer fits) is an awesome indicator of progress, especially if you’ve added strength training into the mix—while you shouldn’t be gaining from muscle training (if you're overweight to begin with), you may not lose pounds as quickly as you lose inches. And then there are the unexpected physical benefits of a shrinking body size. “I vividly recall feeling that I had more of a spring in my step after losing just 20 pounds on my eventual 120-pound-trek,” Pickert says. “Later on, after 50 pounds, I noticed one night how much easier it was to roll over in bed; I didn't have to make a plan with a leg kick and a flip anymore!”
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