Bugman

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Bugman last won the day on May 5 2013

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About Bugman

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    London/Zaragoza
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    Sumo, playing the tin-whistle, cooking, listening to folk-music from around the world, reading books, visiting museums, attempted bonsai growing, watching other people play football and opening my brother's letters. I also enjoy doodling.

    A few books that left their mark on me: Moby Dick, Don Quijote, The Lord of the Rings, Phillip K. Dick's short stories and The Little World of Don Camillo.

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  1. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    Though sad, great imagery there.
  2. Lets say maybe, a hundred years from now, or more. When you pause to think about what the world may look like, architecturally, socially, technologically, what sort of things do you expect? One specific thing that i am expecting are megastructures, and by that i mean giant blocks of concrete and pillars that can house huge numbers of people, shops and other amenities such as football stadiums, cinemas, places of worship etc. I think that we'll never really get control of human population growth but neither will it sink us, and that these huge buildings will be a response to that situation, almost like enclosed cities that can grow upwards. I don't base that on any science-based prophesy It's not an educated guess by any means, just an image that appears in my mind when i think of years where i will no longer be here, but the human experience will continue. So what do you see, what images appear to you?
  3. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    And yet, sleepless bugs, Drawn to the flames of Haiku, Even at late hours.
  4. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    Thank you for the kind words :)
  5. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    Next year they'll return, Petals that blossomed and fell, But our spring comes once. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Footprints in the sand, Washed away by time's grey tide, Were there nonetheless.
  6. Bugman

    Toyonoshima intai

    When i first started watching Sumo and i didn't know any wrestlers, (A situation i'm back at again from long absence, but that's by-the-by), i was instantly intrigued by Toyonoshima's Kesho-Mawashi, with the whale design, and then later i came to really enjoy his style and skill. I wish the best of luck to him. https://i.imgur.com/Id2LOS4.png
  7. Bugman

    Quarantined and optimistic..

    Bravo! Well sung.
  8. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    I wish i had thought, About what truly matters, When the sun still shone.
  9. Bugman

    Does anybody know where they are?

    Do you play it? I tried, but after years of league of legends i could not get used to the idea of some spells being so long-range, they can hit you from Mars.
  10. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    Gold is so last year, No food but lots of bog-roll. The new currency.
  11. Bugman

    soap on a rope

    It's much to cool to use :) It reminds me of a morning in my kitchen many years ago, when on entering, knowing i had left some scented soaps in the shapes of little fish on the table, from my first visit to Germany. There was in one of the fish, the shape of a big, almost cartoon-like bite that someone had taken from it, the excuse my father later gave (there could only be one person to do that and i had already guess who) was that he thought it was marzipan.
  12. Bugman

    TORCHBEARER 2020: invitation, rules, and your picks

    Sagatsukasa Makushita 4 West
  13. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    Hurtling past at pace, Golden deserts, seas of blue, Little jewel in space.
  14. Bugman

    Asojima UnIntai

    I haven't been on much for a while but i love this forum, you are a legend here and i'm glad you are back, i hope you are feeling better.
  15. Bugman

    What rikishi do you miss the most?

    Homasho! That's him :) Thanks for reminding me as i'd have never got it. He was another of the first few rikishi that stood out for me.