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"The liberties of our country, the 
freedom of our civil Constitution, are 
worth defending at all hazards; and it 
is our duty to defend them against all attacks. 

We have received them as a fair inheritance from our worthy ancestors: they purchased them for us with toil 
and danger and expense of treasure 
and blood, and transmitted them to us with care and diligence. 

It will bring an ever lasting mark of 
infamy on the present generation, enlightened as it is, if we should suffer them to be wrested from us by violence without a struggle, or to be cheated out 
of them by the artifices of false and designing men."  ~ Samuel Adams
Revere's historic rides... April 16 and 18, 1775 

             Matches: 7

 Vs.  Victor      Vs.  Caesar

   Wins- 0              Wins- 0  
   Losses- 1           Losses- 1 
   Draws- 3            Draws- 2


Portrait and comic 
book effect by 
Victor 1982
 Caesar August 1989
Victor 1985
My matches against these two beautiful animals offered very 
little in the way of dull moments, and are forever etched in 
my memory.  Their power & quickness seemed to have no limits, which is exactly why I did what I could to not thoroughly agitate them. 

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Laura Page, Book Contributor & Table Supplier
A couple of brisk reads...
Being tolerant is a good thing.  Being tolerant of the intolerant is a good way to wind up with the shitty end of the stick. 

While co-existing and just being decent to each other would be pleasant, there are ideologues on the loose who, with 
their words and deeds, have put the world on notice that they intend to destroy anyone or anything that falls outside 
of the way they think the world should look. 

As a nation, the level of our division is asinine and unnecessary.  Some of those in our public education system, on 
our college campuses, in our political arena and in the "media" have all had a hand in causing this.

Try as they might, they have been unable to kill off the idea that the United States is a wonderful country well worth 
fighting for not only against our enemies abroad, but against any anti-American fucko living here, who takes full 
advantage of the liberty and opportunities offered by the U.S., all while hoping to see it take a fall or be turned 
into something that it was never meant to be.  

Malcontents who claim to be offended by our flag and way of life, and miscreants who (in accordance with the 
ideology that they adhere to) sneak around, making plans to bushwhack innocent people, believing that they 
can deceive and butcher their way to prominence, bring nothing positive to the table, and maybe It would 
benefit the entire planet if they shoved off to some desert island where they can't bother anybody.  Then 
after getting settled in, they could all spend their days trading tips on how to be even more of a waste.

This is the United States.  We do the America thing here.  If you've come here from somewhere else and are good 
with all that, then welcome to the party.  If you've landed on our shores with the idea in your head that everyone 
here is beneath you and in your way, you have mistaken kindness for weakness, and should look to hightail
it back to the hellhole that shit you in our direction.  

God bless America, the American people, our Armed Forces, our first responders and our true allies. 

D.C. Watson, United States  (Early 21st century)    

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