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I think more of you are going to end up watching this than you’re letting on.  Hit the jump for the images.  And thanks to Matt for that synopsis.

Jared Avery Michaels: “I started working for a private security company part-time that my roommate already worked at. When I was hired, the management already knew I had training, because I was training my roommate, and we were discussing using the office to teach out of. [..] The Ops Mgr walked up to me after I signed on for the regular work, and just said my name, then threw a punch. High wrist block and snap kick to the groin later, he tried to write me up for assaulting him.”

A soundtrack album was released in 1984 by Casablanca Records containing many of the contemporary songs featured in the film. Of particular note is Joe Esposito 's " You're the Best ", featured during the tournament montage near the end of the first film. Originally written for Rocky III , "You're the Best" was rejected by Sylvester Stallone in favor of Survivor's " Eye of the Tiger ". Coincidentally, Survivor also performed the main theme ("The Moment of Truth" Music & Lyrics: Bill Conti, Dennis Lambert, Peter Beckett) for The Karate Kid .

I really think Effort Shock has been one of the major drivers of world events. Think about the whole economic collapse and the bad credit bubble. You can imagine millions of working types saying, "All right, I have NO free time. I work every day, all day. I come home and take care of the kids. We live in a tiny house, with two shitty cars. And we are still deeper in debt every single month. " So they borrow and buy on credit because they have this unspoken assumption that, dammit, the universe will surely right itself at some point and the amount of money we should have been making all along (according to our level of effort) will come raining down.

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The final stage is the festival after the typhoon. Daniel wears a new outfit for this stage and the random enemies are now tougher, requiring two hits to be felled. There are also enemies with spears who take even more hits to defeat. The final boss, once again Chozen, [2] has a new twist. Now he has Kumiko down on the ground beside him and if Daniel does not occasionally come into contact with her, she will slip off the platform and drown. This will result in a lost life. If Daniel can successfully defeat the boss without Kumiko drowning the player will be treated to a rather short ending. Mr. Miyagi's head appears and is animated to look as if he's talking and saying "You have successfully guided Daniel- san through all the challenges and have become a martial arts master!"

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