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(no subject) [Jun. 16th, 2005|09:24 pm]
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You scored as Form V: Shien. Form V is a powerful style developed by Form III practitioners that preferred a more offensive angle. The defensive nature of Form III dangerously prolonged combat. The maxim "peace through superior firepower," encompasses the philosophy of Form V, also called the "Way of the Krayt Dragon." Anakin and Luke Skywalker are both practitioners of Form V.
Form V focuses a bit on having defensive skills, but channelling defence into offence. The example is commonly used that while Form III combatants effortlessly deflect laser bolts, Form V practitioners excel at redirecting the laser bolt toward the opponent.

Form V: Shien


Form II: Makashi


Form III: Soresu


Form VI: Niman


Form VII: Juyo/ Vaapaad


Form IV: Ataru

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School mistakes huge burrito for a weapon [May. 2nd, 2005|01:46 pm]
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"The drama ended two hours later when the suspicious item was identified as a 30-inch burrito filled with steak, guacamole, lettuce, salsa and jalapenos and wrapped inside tin foil and a white T-shirt."

he was a digestional terrorist. you try eating a 30 inch burrito! it could only happen in NM
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saw this on the onion, aint it the truth! [Apr. 27th, 2005|01:41 pm]
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AMSTERDAM—American students traveling abroad confirm the findings of a study indicating that Washington's unilateral approach to foreign policy has seriously undermined Americans' chances of getting laid.
"I've been in Amsterdam for two months and have yet to begin a conversation with a cute girl that hasn't ended in a lecture about how big, evil America is taking everyone's oil," said college sophomore Brad Higgs, a participant in Johns Hopkins University's study-abroad program. "I offer to buy them a drink, and they tell me I shouldn't just stand by and watch Bush destroy the world. Look, if I had that type of pull with the president, I obviously wouldn't be out trolling for anonymous Dutch pussy."
The report, released Monday by the Center For U.S.-International Casual Relations, was based on interviews with approximately 1,400 American students returning from abroad. According to study director Gilbert Hapbrook, sexual contact between American students and foreigners has declined steadily since January 2001.
"Unpopular military actions and dismissal of international organizations have galvanized world hostility toward the U.S.," Hapbrook said. "Instead of being inundated with questions about Hollywood and requests to help hot young foreigners practice their English, Americans are being openly scorned in European pubs and cafes. Data taken from a poll of students in December 2004 showed that only a dismal 11 percent had achieved sexual congress with a non-American."
Hapbrook said the 2004 overseas-coitus figures show a slight recovery from the all-time low reached in November 2002, after the Afghanistan invasion and during escalating conflict with Iraq. But the figures are still well below those of 1999, when Bill Clinton was in office and a very healthy 67 percent of respondents scored abroad.
"I'm in Amsterdam—Amsterdam, for Christ's sake—and I'm in the middle of the longest dry spell I can remember," Higgs said. "Last week, I was making out with this Italian girl at a concert. It was all going great until the music ended and she heard my American accent. I swear to God, I went from the cusp of a hand job to, 'Why won't your country sign the Kyoto Treaty?'"
University of Colorado junior Casey Knight recently arrived in Amsterdam after a month in Germany.
"I asked a group of German girls at some Eurotrash disco to dance and they started yelling at me," Knight said. "They said that by paying taxes to the American government, I am no better than a fascist. Well, they would know, I guess."
Above: A recent anti-American protest in Paris.
Even students who actively oppose President Bush are susceptible to criticism, according to Emily Biehn, a Duke University student spending her spring semester in Paris.
"I voted for Kerry and I marched against the Iraq war," Biehn said. "But when I got to Europe, I might as well have been wearing a Bush bumper sticker on my forehead and star-spangled cowboy boots. As soon as the French guys hear I am from the U.S., all they want to do is argue politics."
"And switching tactics and acting like you're totally apathetic about politics just pisses them off even more," Biehn added.
Acknowledging that a large-scale change in American foreign policy is unlikely to occur before the end of the current semester, Hapbrook recommended three tactics for American students frustrated in their attempts to bed foreigners.
"First, pretend you're Canadian whenever you can," Hapbrook said. "But make sure you're not around actual Canadians, because they'll know you're lying and cock-block you. Second, if there are any anti-American protests going on, take care to avoid women carrying signs. Third, focus your itinerary on countries like Ireland and Japan that are still relatively friendly to Americans."
"You may want to write off France altogether," Hapbrook added.
Hapbrook said he developed his tactics in 1983, when the American government was practicing hardline Cold War foreign policy and he was spending his junior year abroad.
Higgs, who spends most of his time in his hostel playing solitaire and watching DVDs on his laptop computer, urged students back home to write to their congressional representatives.
"This affects all of us," Higgs said. "The government has to acknowledge the needs of young Americans. Too many U.S. citizens in foreign lands are spending sleepless, lonely nights jerking off in increasingly filthy sleeping bags. It sucks."
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(no subject) [Apr. 5th, 2005|01:46 pm]
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Happy belated B-Day to my main man DONKEY PUNCH!!!!!!

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(no subject) [Feb. 22nd, 2005|02:55 pm]
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ça va! whats up everybody! hope everyones doin alright. lifes really busy over here. it seems that all i do is run around everywhere. It started to snow a bit today. I miss my good friend the sun. I tried listenin to ROCK ON!!! but the internet radio seems down. ill try to be on IM during the show. any news from the LC? everybody eat an ultimate cheeseburger for me, or else. OVER

p.s. do the ROCK ON!!! post
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(no subject) [Feb. 2nd, 2005|05:05 pm]
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sign up for http://www.livejournal.com/community/jrabroad/ . heres a pic!

p.s. how can i shrink some images from photobucket? some photos are to big to post...
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(no subject) [Jan. 30th, 2005|03:14 pm]
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im posting from the middle of the eiffel tower! im surprised theres a terminal up here. ill post pictures tomorrow from school. next up, invalides!
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(no subject) [Jan. 27th, 2005|03:37 pm]
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I'd write more, but im exhausted. Soon, MORE.
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(no subject) [Sep. 6th, 2004|12:03 am]
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[music |paul young - what becomes of the brokenhearted]

what up people! im still alive and swinging. If i haven't mentioned before, school blows. I miss daytime tv, booze, and spaghetti o's. remember summer? it was friggin awesome. Everything is still on for france next semester, even though i missed the 9/1 deadline. looks like im headin for lyon, tours, or riennes. i'll miss going to mexico with the guys for spring break. drink some dos equis for me you bastards. OVER
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sweet new icon [Aug. 2nd, 2004|06:31 pm]
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check this baby out!
i think they went to high school together or something.
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