This is a serious endorsement and not a crazy old woman with two cats......
Trutti New York City
June 28, 2006 Tony Little Pillows: I’ve been in NYC, show-biz for the past 50 years! I have known so many actors, dancers and musicians, as well as myself, who have made commercials, print-work jobs and endorsements to subsidize their careers! So many of us have never even tried the stuff we pushed for money. I’ll try to be brief although it will be difficult. For the past half century, I’ve been a pro Ballet Dancer, now teacher, semi-retired as of 2005. In order to eat, if you will we all do other jobs, mine being costume designer. This is done from 10 PM to 6 AM, a full-time job. In the daytime, Teaching. Yes, one can fit a normal life somewhere in there too. In fact, “Birds of a Feather” that sometimes works. In January, 2007 I’ll be 70, Wow! Here’s my endorsement: 1.I’ve cut holes in my mattress to suit my head into. 2.I’ve tried the Swedish pillow which almost ate me face as directions were unclear (it takes four months to get used to.) Terrible! 3.I used the Chinese Bean Sprout’s Pillows, which did sprout, smell, and leaked. I sprayed with deodorant and got mold and fungus. 4.I used the Goose Down and the Mallard Pillows only to cough up feathers. I also lost a potential hubby whose bald head kept sliding off. 5.The Latex Pillows were scary. I itched and got rashes. I didn’t know one could be allergic to latex. 6.I got that neck thing that you lie on for 15 minutes with legs up-more would give pins and needles. 7.The three feet long sausage that keeps it’s shape was fine but only on airplanes. It was stolen. 8.I used the Butt-Worker and still lift weights to strengthen my poor little neck muscles. 9.I invented a pulley rope that hangs over the bathroom door and put my neck in it. I pull one end until I feel like I’m in traction. 10.Everyday, I hand by my hands from my apartment door until my shoulders sway which helps a bit. Along with the children’s aspirin. 11.My Japanese student sends heating squares from Japan ever Christmas. They leave red marks on one’s skin. 12.Ice packs do okay except when the wet runs down ones? PJ’s or cold nights need heat instead. 13.I’ve slept on upside-down boards until my eyes bulged out. You can’t breathe too well. 14.I change the heights of my shoes every few hours. This isn’t a pretty picture at times. 15.I’ve been to Chiropractors for years and even trained one in ballet in exchange for adjustments. He now dances as a pro, but I still have a bum neck. 16.I’ve recently been to these new little Asian massage store fronts. They’re pretty good. 17.I have chairs that can be adjusted to different heights for swinging, etc. My right arm muscle is proof. So, you see, I’ve tried everything to get some neck relief. When I saw Tony Little on TV with His Therapeutic Pillow, I remembered his incredible story. He was a super-star athlete and body builder one day and the next day confined to a bed and a helpless cripple. Through the years, he has had an unbelievable return to full physical power and truly astounded everyone. I wonder if he knows how many people are aware of his story. As a dancer, I can relate as I broke an ankle and Achilles tendon, knee cap and even a hip dislocation. Then, I had a terrifying car accident that almost ripped my leg off at the thigh. This morning, I woke up after using YOUR pillow for the 1st. time. I didn’t move. My eyes opened wide and my mouth formed a smile! I did not have to grip the sides of the mattress in order to pull myself to a sitting position. I didn’t have to wince and stumble to the kitchen for the ice pack in order to make my coffee. My cats actually stood still because they didn’t hear the barrage of curse words that would spew forth at the thought of one more day. I’m dreaming! Tony said, “You will wake up pain free”. Oh, my God, It’s TRUE! No twinges, no pulls on my vertebra, no cracking, no lotions. I’m awake now for three hours writing this and I?m floating on air! I couldn’t eat breakfast because I had to write you this information. Thank you Mr. Little from the deepest part of my heart and my poor neck. I can’t believe this. Sincerely, Trutti