Krav Maga:
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e

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your image link doesn't appear to work across the pond :(




Michael


My server has been being abysmally flakey; I expect it timed out while your browser was loading the image. Sorry! Please try reloading the page. Or you can use the direct link, which is:

http://www.michaelfuchs.org/razorsedge/img/i20060614_eco.jp




j.

http://throughaglassdarkly.blogs.com/

Quit either

a) recycling fragments of your e-mails to me on your blog

or

b) recycling fragments of your blogs in e-mails to me


If you want me to subscribe to your damn blog it better not be redundant or I will have no motivation to read it.

I can be sassy because I've been nice all day.
Consider this a small dose of verbal krav maga; exhilarating, no?

love,
j.




Ian

http://www.ianhocking.com/

Ever see that film, Condor Man, where the main character is a comic strip artist who feels that he needs to act out his action scenarios - jumping off the Eifel Tower in a condor suit, for example - before his readers will believe him? *that* was research.

I'm tempted by the attack pyjama stuff myself, having done a lot in my yoof - not sure I'm up to the knuckle-pressups-on-concrete routine anymore. Still, like you say, it's a good laugh - unless your diaphragm is in muscle failure. Then it's a weak smile.




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