[sumo] the fade to black - not a spoiler but a view
cfinberg862 at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 29 09:48:14 EDT 2009
1. You were fixing Richard III? What did you do? An orchiectomy for rude
behavior? A little chiropractic on his upper back? Or just the usual
creative writing to expand Shakespeare's meager script?
2. If we're trying to identify the sport, unlike sumo, that really hasn't
changed over the centuries, then I'd include...
F1 Powerboat racing
But, regardless of device, some sports are truly timeless, because
they involve males intimidating each other.
On 3/29/09, Doreen Simmons <jz8d-smmn at asahi-net.or.jp> wrote:
> The real message, Barbara, is that he is on the lecture circuit. It's nice
> to know that a younger generation is in there taking up the slack.
> Doreen just back from a total 12 hours of church choir, then Richard III
> 'problem-fixing' from noon to eight.
> On 2009/03/29, at 8:45, Barbara wrote:
>> mbtatton at aol.com wrote:
>>> Sumo has never stopped updating itself over the centuries and is - I
>>> often use this at talks on the sport - one of the most modern aspects of
>>> Japanese society
> Doreen Simmons
> jz8d-smmn at asahi-net.or.jp
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