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    This.

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    Thread derail - it's ironic that Toto make "Africa" sound so sweet and gay when the lyrics are really about mercenaries in Africa in the '70s. The line "I bless the rains down in Africa" in specific refer to an American "contractor" for the DoD testing out the Hellfire missile system US helicopters with South African markings (paid in Krugerans through a DoD dummy LLC set up in SA) against Soviet tanks driven by Cubans in Angola and Namibia. The "rains down in Africa" bogged some trucks down in the mud and the Cubans were using a T51 to pull them out, which gave the "contractor" a perfect shot on the tank with his Hellfire. Raytheon has the photos in one of their visitor areas captioned as the first confirmed kill by a Hellfire.

    The line "there is nothing that a hundred or so men couldn't do" refers to the ability of a small group of well trained mercenaries to overthrow unstable governments in Africa.

    Think about that the next time you think this song is gay.
    Mushi mo atsui hodo
    Mushiatsui

    Originally Posted by chuey
    ...Well **** if that isn't the most anti-Mr. Miyagi **** I have heard in ages.

    Two wrongs don't make a right, but
    Three rights make a left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEA View Post
    Thread derail - it's ironic that Toto make "Africa" sound so sweet and gay when the lyrics are really about mercenaries in Africa in the '70s. The line "I bless the rains down in Africa" in specific refer to an American "contractor" for the DoD testing out the Hellfire missile system US helicopters with South African markings (paid in Krugerans through a DoD dummy LLC set up in SA) against Soviet tanks driven by Cubans in Angola and Namibia. The "rains down in Africa" bogged some trucks down in the mud and the Cubans were using a T51 to pull them out, which gave the "contractor" a perfect shot on the tank with his Hellfire. Raytheon has the photos in one of their visitor areas captioned as the first confirmed kill by a Hellfire.

    The line "there is nothing that a hundred or so men couldn't do" refers to the ability of a small group of well trained mercenaries to overthrow unstable governments in Africa.

    Think about that the next time you think this song is gay.
    Uuuummmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEA View Post
    Thread derail - ...


    ...Think about that the next time you think this song is gay.

    Yeah, that settles it. From now on when I hear that song I will think about trolls.
    Gay trolls.

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    Always confuse your opponent.


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    Hehe,thanks guys.

    The deal why I am looking for rather stoopid/goofy stuff is really me
    being very, very bald, steak, and tattooed.
    That, plus metalcore gets you hitlered around here pretty easily.

    Also, the intro music should be really for opponent, to break the concentration.

    Now, what I listen to while preparing and warming up, would probably not make a bad intro as well...












    As to the fight, it's a glorifid sparring session - a friend of mine is getting married, and has invited a few of his old pals to a throwdown/barbecue. If I can make it there, I'll fight a guy called Toby, a fellow kickboxer... Whom I despise. So, yeah, full package on him.

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    Conventional



    or to really freak the dude out


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