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- The sport or activity of grappling with an opponent and trying to throw or hold them down on the ground, typically according to a code of rules
- wrestle: the act of engaging in close hand-to-hand combat; "they had a fierce wrestle"; "we watched his grappling and wrestling with the bully"
- the sport of hand-to-hand strle between unarmed contestants who try to throw each other down
- (wrestle) combat to overcome an opposing tendency or force; "He wrestled all his life with his feeling of inferiority"
- A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
- A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
- (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
- (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
- Behave in a less excitable manner
- make cool or cooler; "Chill the food"
- neither warm nor very cold; giving relief from heat; "a cool autumn day"; "a cool room"; "cool summer dresses"; "cool drinks"; "a cool breeze"
- the quality of being at a refreshingly low temperature; "the cool of early morning"
- Become or cause to become calm or less excited
- Become or cause to become less hot
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Im Sofa King Cool T-Shirt is commercial quality high resolution heat transfers garment. 5.6-ounce, 50-50 cotton-poly; taped shoulder to shoulder, coverseamed ribbed collar, double-needle sleeve and bottom hem. Toddler and infant t-shirts are 4.1-ounce. 100% ring spun combed cotton. Our image transfer produces professional matte finish with Premium Quality and Superior image resolution. Colors do not bleed and the image is sharp and crisp. Available in white, gray, blue and pink. Washing Instructions: 1. Turn Garment inside-out and machine wash in cold water. 2. Do not use Bleach or Fabric Softener. 3. Detergents with bleach additives are not recommended. 4. Tumble Dry on Warm. 5. Do not Iron. Do not Dry clean.
The Ninth Doctor
I'm a big fan of Doctor Who, so I thought I'd start a series of vector drawings of the eleven (!) different Doctors (so far).
Christopher Eccleston played the Ninth Doctor in 2005.
Sixteen years after the show was canceled, the BBC brought back a new and improved Doctor Who series in 2005. The new series has been going strong now for five seasons and is a huge hit in England, consistently receiving high ratings and generating tons of merchandise.
The SyFy Channel aired the first four seasons here in the States, but opted not to carry it after that. I guess they needed the precious air time for wrestling and shows about men pretending to see ghosts.
The new series finally has a budget that allows them to depict decent looking aliens and other planets. Don’t get me wrong, the old series had its charm, what with its cardboard sets and paper mache monsters, but it’s nice to see the show get the budget it deserves.
When the BBC first announced the show was coming back, fans wondered if the Doctor would be the same one from the old series, or if the show would be getting a reboot. After all, it would be tough to attract a new audience to a show with a 40+ year history, what with all that continuity and baggage.
In the end the producers decided not to go the reboot route, and #9 is the same Doctor we’ve known and loved for years.
The way they brought the series back was nothing short of genius, in my opinion. Since we last saw the Doctor in the TV movie in 1996, his home planet of Gallifrey has been destroyed under mysterious circumstances (which have since been partially explained) and the Doctor is now the Last Of The Time Lords, wandering time and space alone.
This very cleverly leveled the playing field for everyone. Fans who knew the continuity inside and out were as much in the dark about the Doctor's situation as new viewers. It was the perfect was to start the show up again.
Unlike the old series, which would stretch out a story over 4 or 6 half hour episodes, the new series features one story per hour long episode (with the occasional two parter).
I really liked Eccleston’s performance as the Doctor. He was moody, melancholy and guilt ridden (no doubt due to losing his home planet) and was obviously in need of someone like his new companion Rose Tyler to give his life meaning again. Too bad he only stuck around for one season (or “series” to the Brits).
This Doctor wasn't afraid to use force, often utilizing weapons of the era in which he found himself.
Unlike any previous incarnations, Doctor #9 spoke with a distinct Northern English accent. Rose Tyler asked the Doctor, "If you're an alien, why do you sound like you're from the North?" He replied, "Lots of planets have a North."
The Ninth Doctor’s costume was the simplest and most modern to date. In the past the various Doctors have all worn out-of-time faux Victorian era clothing; waistcoats, opera capes and scarves. This Doctor wore a plain t-shirt, pants and a leather jacket. For the first time he was actually wearing clothing that more or less fit the times. His costume remained unchanged during his series, with the exception of an occasional change of t-shirt color. Best of all, there were no question marks to be seen on his clothing (something that bothered me greatly about past Doctors)!
Much like the Eighth Doctor, the Ninth Doctor's Tardis interior was an impressively large steampunk kind of cavern, much more impressive than the original series' dinky interior. The Doctor mentioned more than once that the Tardis was not just a machine but alive, which was backed up by the incessant breathing sound in the background of the control room.
The Doctor's sonic screwdriver finally made its triumphant return in the new series, something we hadn't seen much since the Fifth Doctor's era.
The sonic screwdriver was originally just that-- a high tech tool that supposedly used sound to loosen screws and open locked doors. As time went on, the Doctor began relying more and more on it until the producers of the original series thought it was being used as a crutch, so they began to downplay it sometime during Doctor #5's era.
The sonic returned with a vengeance in the Ninth Doctor's adventures. It's now more versatile than ever, seemingly gaining new abilities every episode. No longer does it merely open locks, now it can be used to gain access to computers, reprogram cell phones so they can call into the past, even remotely control the Tardis. At times it seems more like magic than technology.
The Ninth Doctor was the first to use "psychic paper," a substance that would display whatever a subject thought he should see on it. If a guard would ask him for his pass, he'd show him the blank sheet of psychic paper, and the guard would see the appropriate credentials displayed on it, and allow the Doctor to pass. That would come in handy here in the real world.
Project 20 - Portrait 2 - "If you could have anyone over for dinner, past or present, who would it be?"
31 August 2011
The second photo of my project 20.
Got to shoot one of my oldest mates Jason Prasad. We've known each other since college days which is a long long time ago lol. He's the biggest wrestling fan I know and the belt he's wearing is actually an authentic WWF Championship one. He got it for his 21st when it was still known as the WWF (i think).
Much like Pat he has quite an eclectic taste in memorabilia. The cabinet next to him is filled to the rim with an impressive DVD collection, toy figures and a whole load of other cool knick knacks.. He's a massive comic fan and could probably give you the background history on any character.
Well he wont be buying many more DVD's, toy figures or comic books as he's got a wedding to pay for in the summer. Save hard my bro!
And what about our question? Who would he have over for dinner. Well I guess the t-shirt gave it away but interesting enough he chose to go with Superman's alter ego - Mr Clark Kent.
Thanks for making time for me tonight bro. Been too long between visits.
Yongnuo 462II through softbox camera right and 430exII camera left on shelf bare. Triggered with Yongnuo 301s.
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