IRREVOCABLE supreme excellence! – Chap. 6, Act 4, Strip 73

And, elsewhere again, the fight between Snuka, Snuka and Snuka also seems to have reached its conclusion. Unsurprisingly, Snuka won. That was practically a given. ._.

As for why it was this specific Snuka that came out victorious, you really have to put it down to ‘oriental wisdom’ – according to him, at least. Although I’m not entirely sure how all of those separate wellsprings of wisdom connect to each other – for example, are those thousand battles Buddha mentioned the same thousand battles that you’d be victorious in if you know yourself and know your enemy, according to Sun Tzu? So, in summary, you’d have to get to know your enemy, and then yourself, and then fight and win a thousand battles and then defeat yourself to make it all stick? ?_? I don’t get it. But then, I’m not Asian. If I ever get into a fight with two clones of myself, I’ll have to refer to my Clausewitz and see where that’ll take me. >_>

More on Thursday.







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