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It's best to simpy look at the image, then imagine it as a palm
metal cut out figure with sharpened edges. You have now
the concept of the Usain Bolt From The Blue, Jamaican's first
of Kung-fu throwing stars.
(sorry Usain - no disrespect, as I think you're fab,
and at least I
turn you into a letter opener, or a weather vane which were my
Other Bolt ideas remain in my notebooks under development.
||Ha - and here's me thinking that the Olympics is exactly
everything to do with a proclamation of greatness. That's
the whole joy of it. Besides, if you don't like Bolt, then
that's up to you, but what's that got to do with me
converting his pose shape into that of a Kung-fu star?
||I find his showboating as mere whimsy. Some nations experience enough of humility on a daily basis already. The Australian swimming team, for example...
||I'm looking forward to the Paralympics in the hope that there won't be a repeat of any unabashed cheating, gender-ambivalent abuse of the system or plain old really bad sportsmanship.
||I think squawk is important for sporters. Proclaiming your own greatness in no way takes away from others who are great. In fact it makes them more great, somehow. Re Lochte, I too am looking forward to fornicating with all the athletes, female male and inteterminate except not the underage ones yet. Not a sicko, hey.
||Throwing star: yes yes. Maybe a glowing throwing star.
||Near wattages can be produced by lesser men.