This is the opposite of what we’re talked about before about having a difficult to read number like 0O0O or 00OO so that refs will have a harder time saying it correctly when sending you to the box.
After working his first three sanctioned bouts in one day, one of my friends let me in on a secret: When your number is hard to read it takes the NSOs in the box an extra second or two to process it with their stressed-out brain and then say it with their mouth.
Which means if your number is 44 you could get out of the box sooner than if it was l1Il. [ell one eye ell]
How many extra penalty seconds has your number cost you?
I’m gonna think real hard about what I’m gonna say. I really couldn’t stand you thinking any less of me and how I spend my days, so I’m looking for the perfect phrase. I’m gonna try real hard, I’m gonna find a way, I’m really gonna try and stand on my own two feet. I spend my days looking for the perfect place to lay my head, close my eyes, and get some rest. What was the question? I don’t know. I wasn’t paying attention. You say I’m lacking direction. Is my course corrected? I don’t fucking know. I’m gonna find out on my own.
A circular installation pulls spectators into the colorful world of Brazilian twin brothers and graffiti artists Os Gêmeos. Their new art exhibit, A ópera da lua (“The Moon Opera”), features paintings, sculptures and a video installation where works are connected by doors and windows. The artists are known for incorporating storytelling and fantasy into their exhibits, where surreal elements blend together in a multicolored collage as if seen through a kaleidoscope.