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Saturday, December 1, 2007

No Sport Like It

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If you have to ask, you wouldn't understand.


J

4 comments:

Will C. said...

shame on you, choking Dr. Rey like that!

;)

Looks like you were victorious...but you probably popped more brain cells, than I have in total.

Jack H said...

Me? Why would you think *I* had anything to do with that handsome powerful young man in those thrilling photos? I blush, sir. It is true that this stellar physical specimen did win all four of his matches, and in fact has been victorious in every one of his dozen gi competitions. But as for your humble servant, I must surely be too modest and self-effacing to post so many exciting and glorious pictures of myself, exulting in the virility of one's excellence. Some would say, and indeed have said, that the elite athlete depicted here "dominates" and is "unstoppable" and "terrifying". But I, mere and humble *I* would never aspire publicly to such encomium, and could never dream of attaining to the glory of that magnificent blond beast. It would be so unlike me.

J

Will C. said...

Pa-leeze...The only real mystery now is, how were you able to break the speed of light so as to take the pictures yourself.

hehehe!

Jack H said...

If it *were* me (and understand there is no admission here -- I'm still searching for the *real* clickers), it would be soooo understandable. He's so *wonderful,* so *dynamic* and *heroic!* What man among us would not be consumed with bitter envy, to be like that phenomenal exemplar of manhood? I'd think it was CGI if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes. It was like *magic,* how wonderful he was.

As for your speed of light theory, you will know that objects which attain such speed take on infinite mass. Our Mysterious Victor is unmatched in his prowess, but he's not *that* big. (There will be no comments about ego, here.)

J