Tuesday, September 26, 2006

An Unscheduled Death

Chief is  abadass! DP117

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Blogger googum said...

"Feel it!" Nice. But, Chief, we all know that's not how you developed that grip...

He built up his hand strength while working on Cliff Steele's robot body. Why? What did you think?

9/26/2006 9:25 AM

Blogger Dweeze said...

Is a choking the chicken joke appropriate? No? Okay.

9/26/2006 9:51 AM

Blogger SallyP said...

Wait a minute here! I think that Condors are an endangered species, and he's going to be a whole lot of hot water from the Feds any minute now!

9/26/2006 1:22 PM

Blogger jonni said...

"The power that a man loses in his legs is transferred to his arms"

Yes, of course...




"ARRROOOOF!" indeed.

9/26/2006 1:28 PM

Blogger Brandon said...

Googum: Free weights.

Dweeze: We have no standards here, so no.

Sally: PETA's gonna send an elite wetworks unit after him for sure.

Jonni: It's basic physiology, dude. Deal with it.

9/26/2006 2:50 PM

Blogger The Fortress Keeper said...


9/26/2006 5:29 PM

Blogger Chris Sims said...

Holy shit that is rad.

Brandon, you are now best internet friends with me. 4 Ever.

9/26/2006 11:25 PM

Blogger Bully said...

He's totally off Hawkman's Christmas card list now.

9/27/2006 7:26 AM

Blogger Brandon said...

Keeper: It's a common expression amongst wheelchaired badasses. Get with the times, man. Yeesh.

Chris: (lays on bed next to stuffed bear collection with legs kicking in the air while writing "BIFF" on cover of trapper-keeper and listening to latest Ashlee Simpson CD.)

Bully: Blue Jay's as well.

9/27/2006 12:13 PM

Blogger Steven said...

It's a common expression amongst wheelchaired badasses.

It's what Chief shouts when he dunks the ball over Prof. X's bald pate at their weekly pick-up game.

9/27/2006 3:01 PM

Blogger Brandon said...


9/27/2006 8:09 PM

Blogger Erich said...

Chief: "And by 'natural compensation,' I mean 'constantly exercising my arms and pecs by pushing this fershlugginer thing.'"

As a wheelchair-using friend of mine once remarked, "Never arm-wrestle the guy in the wheelchair."

9/29/2006 1:08 AM


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