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Simon's Blog - November 9, 2004

November 9, 2004

I've decided I'm going to be the next Jackie Chan, so I've started taking karate. It was actually my mom's idea. She said I spend too much time playing video games and hanging out at the mall, and wanted me to do something more productive.

Whatever... what's not productive about getting a high score on THUG 2 and scoping out hot chicks at the mall? It's better than being a massive nerd and hanging out at the library all day or spending all afternoon smoking cigarettes outside 7-Eleven. But karate's cool, and my mom's paying for it, and it'll mean I'll be able to break boards with my hands and beat the snot out of my older brother next time he bugs me.

Being a karate master will also impress Rachel, who's already super into me. We had a major makeout session last week at her friend's Halloween party, so you can imagine the action I'll be getting when she sees me bust a concrete block with my bare hand!

Anyway, I'm off to practice some serious martial arts mayhem. Do any of you peeps do karate or any other martial arts? .

Later,

Simon

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