Happy Veterans Day!!!
50 Half Rotation KB Switches (16 kg)
10 rounds for time:
10 Hang Snatch High-Pulls (95# barbell)
3 Muscle ups
In August of 1831, While traveling through Chester County in New York, Alexis de Tocqueville had the opportunity to observe a court case. He wrote:
“While I was in America, a witness, who happened to be called at the assizes of the county of Chester (state of New York), declared that he did not believe in the existence of God or the immortality of the soul. The judged refused to admit his evidence,, on the ground that the witness had destroyed beforehand all confidence of the court in what he was about to say. The newspapers related the fact with out any further comment. The New York Spectator of August 23, 1831, relates the fact in the following terms:
“The court of common pleas of Chester county (New York), a few days since rejected a witness who declared his disbelief in the existence of God. The presiding judge remarked, that he had not before been aware that there was a man living who did not believe in the existence of God; that this belief constituted the sanction of all testimony in a court of justice: and that he knew of no case in a Christian country, where a witness had been permitted to testify without such belief.”