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Simon's Blog - January 18, 2005

January 18, 2005

I had my first karate lesson since Christmas break and I am really starting to be a force. I can now break a stack of boards with one hand - no problem. I showed my older brother when I got home and he couldn't believe it. I think he might even be scared of me now. Whenever we get into wrestling matches, which later turn into fist fights, he always beats me. But I know I could lay a beating on him now if I had to. Karate is only supposed to be for self-defence, so I would never attack him, but if he bugs me about not having a girlfriend or getting zits, I won't be afraid to give him an introduction to martial arts.

I saw Josh again at karate this week and he was acting super weird. This dude is super wound up and always trying to get attention. He brought his Dad's gun to karate a while back and this week he was going on again about all the knives he has and how he's going to kick some guy's butt at school who really bugs him. I don't know what his story is but he definitely needs to chill for a bit.

Anyway, it's time for me to turn a pile of boards into sawdust...

Later,
Simon

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