Friday, February 24, 2006

The Dark Side of the Belt?

To meet a woman who has evidently taken one too many shots to the head, go
  • here
  • 9 comments:

    don said...

    Or maybe its from breaking too many cinder blocks with her forehead???? What a kook.

    Ray from MN said...

    Snake eggs?

    I don't believe I've ever seen a reference to those before!

    It looks like she's gotten religion. . . maybe.

    Christine said...

    What. Ever.

    I think Chuck Norris might take offense at being told he's not a real Christian because he still involves himself in martial arts.

    Verity Kindle said...

    When Chuck Norris takes offense, empires fall.

    Tim said...

    Just the other day I was wondering why there doesn't seem to be any Christian/Catholic based martial arts. Maybe they have been lost since the crusades. I'm thinking the Knights of Columbus should be starting up such classes. I'd love for my kids to get a black belt in the broadsword and mace. In fact I wouldn't mind studying the ancient Christian martial art of Tre Bu Chet myself.

    Christine said...

    *sigh*

    Certainly Chuck Norris isn't the end-all, be-all in Christianity, but it was a clear example of a Chritian who is involved in martial arts (that just about everyone knows).

    emma said...

    Just curious as to how you found this? Since the YWCA went sour have you taken up martial arts?! Kicks for Christ!

    Christopher McLaughlin said...

    I heard Pope John Paul II became fascinated in the martial arts after breakfasting with a beautiful expert in that field. I wonder whatever became of her. Maybe she'll write about it some day and we'll find out.

    Anonymous said...

    Keep up the good work
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