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The Japan Times quotes the victor: "Today I squeezed out every drop of strength I have and I am glad I could respond to the expectations people had in me," Harumafuji said.
"I want to continue and wrestle in a way that moves peoples and provides them with courage and hope." You can watch videos of the tournament via this JasonsInJapan Youtube channel, including this clear and understandable coverage of the final bout by a huge fan of the winner: The photo at the top of the post is from Wikipedia. The text is available online. You can listen to it here. I enjoyed it. It'd been such a long time since I'd read a short story -and a horror short story at that. This was eerily satisfying. I find myself ready for some short stories after not having read any in decades until this recent return. Here's a sneaky peak at the finished Rectank wagon, built from one of the latest 'O' gauge kits from Just Like The Real Thing. It's a real beauty and has provided some great fun during assembly and painting. In conversation with Richard Foster, Pete described how he wants his kits to be build-able in an hour. Well, I spent a bit longer on the Rectank, but I've always been a slow modeller, especially when building something for the first time. Also, I put quite a bit of extra effort into the finish, with realistic wood grain effects on the load bed in particular. The steel load and DIY bolsters also took some time, but they were my own additions. But then, as I enjoyed the build so much, I was in no hurry for the fun to end!!. Erin Mae's cruiser stern is a delight, if you like that sort of thing. The problem, of course, is that right underneath you is the engine. You're shielded from the noise by the Buffalo Board deck, but that's not basically designed as sound insulation, and conversation has to be conducted at higher volume than usual. We've been thinking about putting in something more effective since we met the T W Marine guys at a festival a couple of years ago, but it was seeing some insulation panels in Midland Chandlers at the start of this cruise that got me thinking again. Eventually I decided the panels from T W were going to be considerably better quality and worth the bit extra. They were also very helpful on the phone as we discussed which type to select and how to attach them. So we got a box delivered to the Bridgewater Motor Boat Club at Runcorn, and picked it up on our way north. Today was the day to conquer my unreasonable nervousness and do some fitting. I was glad to find that the cruiser stern in question is actually quite a suitable spot for doing the work. We're moored up in Skipton and I didn't feel I should take over the pavement. Anyway, it's been spitting rain from time to time.
Everyone is looking for truth and meaning to their lives! Well, I will tell you this that you will not find the true answersin this old world! Yet God will use this creation and all our situations to bring us to the truth.I believe He is always tenderly calling. .