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post #91 of 588
That S-curve is breathtaking.
post #92 of 588
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Originally Posted by tiger02
That S-curve is breathtaking.
Everything about that pic is breathtaking... but yeah, agreed. EDIT: Oh yeah. Mine is just a semi-famous photoshop. Sniper Kitty.
post #93 of 588
Colin is my favorite politician, I vote republican ( in CT atleast) and listen to Dip Set daily.
(edited for) I also find it disturbing GWB and Colin don't look particuliarly out of place in their outfits.
post #94 of 588
May not be possible to quantify the improvement over Karl, j. He was really freaking me out. Sauce: This is why I do not like cats. Regards, Huntsman
post #95 of 588
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Originally Posted by Huntsman
Sauce: This is why I do not like cats.

Funny, it's one of the reasons I like 'em.
post #96 of 588
The RJ cat needs no weapons. He kills silently, through his power of allergy.
post #97 of 588
A native of Osaka, Japan, Edmund Honda was trained to be a sumotori at a very early age. Although small for his age (at the time) he trained hard, and applied himself to his studies and training. With time, he grew out to his full size and potential and rapidly moved his way up through the ranks to become a yokozuna. Once he retired from competition, Honda opened his own dojo and begin training new wrestlers. He also wrote down his thoughts and opinions on his sport. Some of these writings angered other martial artists, who then challenged Honda to prove the superiority of his style. Honda, honor bound to accept or risk loosing face, fought in these matches, emerging the winner. Encouraged by his success, he then entered the Street Fighting circuit to prove the worthiness of his style and his skill as a fighter. Honda is a champion through and through. His victories have come as a result of a grueling training regimen as well as a complete commitment to his studies and his art. Not only has Honda practiced his techniques, he has studied them, coming to understand the principles behind sumo as well as the art itself. Honda has also opened up his studies to such topics as Shintoism and poetry, as a way to round out his education as a warrior. Honda is very much an honorable competitor, and follows the traditions of his art to the letter. He will fight fairly in a match, for to do other wise is to bring shame to his name, his art, and Japan. Honda is also fair in his dealing with others, treating all others equally and with the respect that they deserve. He will not underestimate a foe by acting in a brash or overconfident manner. At all times, he will fight to the best of his ability, as he wishes to prove that sumo is the best of all possible martial arts. As a yokozuna (champion) Honda is a master of the art of sumo. He has modified the original sport form of sumo into a more practical fighting art, and uses his size and strength to great effect in the Street Fighter circuit. In general he keeps to the ground, using an assortment of slaps, smashes, and throws to keep his opponent off-balance. It is when his opponent least expects it (like after being Stunned) that Honda will take to the air, performing his well-known Flying Head Butt or Air Smash (which is where he leaps into the air and lands on his foe). Honda has refined his striking skill to the point where he can unleash a dozen blows in an eye-blink. His Hundred Hand Slap is a favorite and much feared technique. Honda has also added a few kicking techniques to his arsenal and will not hesitate to use them if possible. When not competing in Street Fighter matches, Honda runs his own sumo school in Japan. He has a number of students and his school is fairly popular.
post #98 of 588
quick get the nitrous oxide and Roy Orbison!....
post #99 of 588
i like koizumi. i like dirty harry. that's just about it.
post #100 of 588
Damn, That is awesome. I was wondering if that was actually Koizumi. Figured it was just someone who looked similar.
post #101 of 588
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
i like koizumi. i like dirty harry. that's just about it.

http://www.cominganarchy.com/images/koizumi/shinitainara.jpg[/IMG]
Holy crap, I thought he looked familiar! Nice!
post #102 of 588
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Originally Posted by designprofessor
quick get the nitrous oxide and Roy Orbison!....
Here's to your fuck.
post #103 of 588
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Once he retired from competition, Honda opened his own dojo and begin training new wrestlers. He also wrote down his thoughts and opinions on his sport. Some of these writings angered other martial artists, who then challenged Honda to prove the superiority of his style. Honda, honor bound to accept or risk loosing face, fought in these matches, emerging the winner. Encouraged by his success, he then entered the Street Fighting circuit to prove the worthiness of his style and his skill as a fighter.

Could you clarify? Are you saying that if someone challenges one to a fight, is it not honorable to refuse to fight? Is that the philosophy?
post #104 of 588
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
i like koizumi. i like dirty harry. that's just about it.
Thanks for posting the larger version. I have been trying to figure out if it was actually Koizumi but couldn't be sure with the smaller version. That's a great pic! Do you know what it says?
post #105 of 588
Good morning. My avatar is a close-up of my customized chucks. I call them my Yoricks.
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