Monday, March 28, 2011


Ganryu (born April 12, 1954) is a fictional character in the Tekken fighting game series. He has been featured in Tekken 1, Tekken 2, Tekken Tag Tournament, Tekken 5, and Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection. Ganryu shares some of his moves with Kuma/Panda and the Jacks. However, Namco made a more profound attempt to differentiate the characters in Tekken 5. Ganryu was banned from the sumo ring after he was caught fixing fights in his favor. Blackballed from the only sport that he was capable of fighting in, Ganryu ended up being employed by Heihachi Mishima in Tekken. He fights Yoshimitsu who defeats him and steals his ill-gotten money. Later, he works for Kazuya Mishima in Tekken 2. Entering the second King of Iron Fist Tournament, Ganryu ended up falling in love with Michelle Chang - a love that Michelle was oblivious to, believing Ganryu to be a disgusting, woman-crazed madman. After Michelle defeated him, and the disappearance of Kazuya, Ganryu returned to Japan.

However, his ban from Sumo was lifted, and he became the youngest ever Rikishi. Among the dialogue in Tekken 5, it is stated that Ganryu has never won a championship. After the events of Tekken 2, Ganryu opened a sumo stable and worked as a trainer to other sumo wrestlers. Julia Chang also became his love interest


Bryan Fury (born April 27, 1973) is a video character from the Tekken series. Dr. Abel 'created' him after he was killed, installing cybernetic enhancements to resurrect him. These enhancements resulted in extreme power, inhuman durability, extremelly high agility, superhuman stamina, amazing speed and many moves. It appears however. Once a rogue police officer and kickboxer, Bryan rivaled Lei Wulong. After being attacked simultaneously by two gangs, Bryan died, and was subsequently reanimated by scientist Dr. Abel. Infusing him with cybernetic enhancements, Abel reanimated him as a cyborg, intending to use him to kill both Yoshimitsu and Doctor Boskonovitch, Abel's rival. Even after Abel transformed Bryan into a cyborg, he still retained all of his prior memories.

Bryan Fury appears in the live-action film Tekken as a secondary antagonist, portrayed by British actor and kickboxer Gary Daniels. As in the games, he is a human turned cyborg, and fights for the Mishima Zaibatsu (here named "Tekken"). Kazuya blackmails him into fighting in the Iron Fist Tournament so as to eliminate Jin Kazama. Bryan, fearing the exposure of his illegal bionic implants, complies. He fights and kills Sergei Dragunov with relative ease, and then faces Jin, whom he pummels until Jin discovers that his artificial joints are weak. Jin exploits this weakness and kills Bryan by twisting his neck.

Friday, March 25, 2011


Steve Fox (born March 21, 1986) is a fictional young English boxer in the Tekken fighting game series. He made his first appearance in Tekken 4 and was originally given the name "Dean Earwicker" before the game's arcade release. Having no memory of his past, Steve does not know the identity of his biological father or the origin of the scar on his arm. He is the son of Nina Williams.
Steve Fox, an Oxford University Graduate, was an incredible fighter in the ring. However, his expertise caused fear within the Mafia, who told him to lose a fight on purpose for money. Steve did not obey, and instead, won the fight. This resulted in Steve being pursued by the mafia who were eager to kill him. Steve left the country, flying to America, but came to the wise conclusion that no mattter where he was, he would be found and killed. Steve enters the The King of Iron Fist Tournament 4 in hopes of finding out more information behind the unusual scar he bore on his arm.

Steve Fox appeared in the live-action Tekken movie in spring 2010, played by British actor Luke Goss, despite the huge age difference between them. In contrast to the video game character, this version of Steve is an older, retired fighter with no blood relation to Nina. He appears with a shorter close shaved hair style and dresses in a leather biker bomber jacket with a grey low circular cut vest underneath, he also wears dark jeans and a string necklace with a pendant. He still talks with an English accent often swearing by calling people wankers (his accent and mannerisms close to that of a "typical"north-londoners today).


Sergei Dragunov (born February 3, 1981) is a fictional character in the Tekken fighting game series. He is one of the two characters that first appeared in Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, along with Lili. He employs brutal grabs, vicious non-escapable counters, and CQC techniques, based on Russian Sambo. Although a newcomer on Tekken, he is mostly well known for his quick grabs, counters, and the great deal of variety of attacks being shifted into grabs, as well as being the prominent military figure in the Tekken cast. With the exception of various grunts and kiais during fights, Dragunov does not speak, although he does make little sounds whenever he gets hit. His mission was to capture Devil Jin and Jinpachi Mishima.

Sergei Dragunov appears in the live-action film Tekken portrayed by Anton Kasabov. Like in the games, he is mute. He participates in the Iron Fist tournament, using a spear as his weapon to face Bryan Fury in the semifinal match. However, he is killed when Bryan Fury chokes him with a steel chain and dislocates his neck bones.
His last name probably comes from the Russian SVD Dragunov sniper rifle,which possibly attributed for his cold-hearted demeanor and precision in combat.
His fighting style seems to be based on Sambo, a form of martial arts developed in the Soviet Union.


Devil Jin (born April 23, 1986) is a character who made his first appearance as a fully playable character in Tekken 5. This page is about the alternate reality character, not Jin's Devil Hybrid Form. He is the result of Jin destroying his Angel side and fully merging with Devil like his father Kazuya. He is the sub-boss for every character in Tekken 5 and Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection with the exception of himself, Jin Kazama, Heihachi Mishima, Kazuya Mishima, Asuka Kazama, Hwoarang, Raven, Wang Jinrei and Pecho.

Jin inherited Devil from his father and Angel from his mother. Following the second King Of Iron Fist Tournament, the part of Devil that had fled from Kazuya Mishima attempted to inhabit the body of his unborn child Jin Kazama but failed. Jin's mother Jun Kazama fought this part of Devil off but it returned fifteen year later after her demise when it branded the now teenage Jin with a mark on his left arm, possesing him. During the climax of the third King Of Iron Fist Tournament Jin was shot in the head by his grandfather Heihachi. Revived by the Devil Gene within him, Jin reawakened as Devil Jin and made quick work of Heihachi and the guards that accompanied him. In the end of Tekken 4 Kazuya destroys his Angel and fully merges with Devil. This character is the result of Jin had he done the same as his father.

When to Replace the Roof?

As a part of house improvement, you should know when is the right time for you to replace your roof. Roof is probably one of the most essential parts of your house and should b taken care in a timely manner. But when is actually the right time to replace your roof? It is advisable to check the condition of your roof at least once every other month. If the roof is starting to sag or it looks uneven, then better start thinking about replacement before you regret it.
You should ask your self how old your roof is. They said that the average life of a roof will take up to 20 years but it depends upon the quality of the material you used and also weather condition in your area. If you are in a place where snow storm and heavy rain falls frequently occur, then the average life of the roof will be lessen.
The average life of the roof also depends on how well the workmanship is being applied. The better workmanship applied, the longer the roof will last.
I suggest that you hire experts like those well trained Roofers Portland in Oregon has. Hiring a professional roofer is highly advisable then hiring someone who is cheaper yet less experienced. You can also contact a professional roofer if you are not sure if the roof has to be replaced or not.

Thursday, March 24, 2011


Lee Chaolan (born May 2, 1960) is a character from the Tekken fighting game series. Like Marshall Law he is also, somewhat based off of Bruce Lee seeing he yells when he does certain attacks, not to mention his name being Lee Chaolan, whereas Bruce Lee's nickname was Lee Xiao Long (Little Dragon). He is the adoptive son of Heihachi Mishima, and has appeared in every Tekken game with the exceptions of Tekken 3 and Tekken Advance. He is known for having a very distinct relationship with his father, Heihachi, and his older brother, Kazuya. Lee has a luxury mansion in Bahamas, and his mansion is shown in a stage in Tekken 5 called "Poolside". In this stage, if Lee is not fighting, he can be found relaxing by the pool surrounded by women in bikinis.

Lee's parents died when he was a young child, leaving him to fend for himself on the streets. Facing a hostile environment each day, Lee quickly became a skilled fighter who could fight three men off with reflexes that were amazing for a boy of his age. It was these qualities that caught the eye of Heihachi, who witnessed Lee fighting several other kids on a business trip. Impressed by his street-fighting skill, Heihachi decided to adopt Lee, and take him back to Japan to live alongside Kazuya. It is not known if he actually felt any emotion towards the orphan; it has been suggested that he simply raised him to replace his blood son Kazuya, whom he had at first considered to be too weak to inherit the Zaibatsu. Another possibility is that Heihachi wanted to give Kazuya inspiration to shape up, by showing the constant threat of replacement.
Lee has distinctive silver hair which covers most of the top part of his head and he has dark gray eyes. Since Tekken 5, Lee's primary outfit has been a vest, a jerkin with unicorn face at the back, gloves, leather pants and shoes. His secondary outfit is a classical tuxedo. The color of this outfit varies with the series. His secondary outfits since Tekken 5 have been buisness suits. In Tekken 5: DR, both his primary and secondary outfits are entirely violet.


Julia Chang (born May 13, 1987) is a character in the Tekken fighting game series. She is the adopted daughter of Michelle Chang, who is playable in Tekken 1, Tekken 2, and Tekken Tag Tournament.

Julia Chang fights for the preservation of the world's forests, and always joins The King of Iron Fist Tournament for the same reasons as her mother: to make the Earth a better place to live.

Julia studies archeology in Michelle Chang's tribal lands. As a baby, Julia was deserted in the ruins of ancient Native American settlements, where Michelle found her. Michelle rescued Julia and brought her up with love. Julia loved Michelle and her adopted tribe and trained with Michelle to protect her beloved homeland.

After recovering her stolen data, Julia completed her reforestation research. She was headed back to Arizona to meet with a party who had agreed to assist in the realization of her reforestation plans.

Waiting for her there was a prominent Arizona land owner, an old woman who claimed to have the ability to hear the voice of spirits. With the help of the old woman, the reforestation plans were on track to be realized. However, when Julia got up to leave, the old woman made an ominous prediction. "Jin Kazama and Kazuya Mishima must not be allowed to clash. If they confront each other, a source of great evil will be resurrected and unleashed on the Earth".

Julia was skeptical of the old lady's prediction. However, after hearing news that the Mishima Zaibatsu has sponsored The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6 on the flight home, the danger seemed much more imminent. Julia decided that she would join the tournament.


They said that every time you bring your car into a repair shop, make sure that you communicate with the technician. Misunderstandings often occur due to poor communication between the customer and the shop. Make sure to ask what the problem really is and what specifically causing the trouble. This will help you to understand the issue much clearly and this will also prevent you from bring so shocked about the repair fee that they will be charging on you.
I'm sure almost all of you have encountered a scenario where a driver yells at a technician because he feels that the technician is taking advantage of him and over pricing him. Yes it's true that some technicians tricks us and take advantage of us but not all them because there are still many shops that are honest and competent with their service like that Auto Body Repair Portland Shop in Oregon.
We as a driver should now the real issue behind the trouble. Its easy to become intimidated when communicating with a car repair shop and you're hearing a lot of words and concepts you don't understand. If you are having a hard time understanding the issue then Ask and let them explain every details. You need to understand the problem so that if ever you encounter the same issue in the near future, you know now what to do and you are now aware of what exactly the technician will do to your car.

Thursday, March 17, 2011


Alisa Boskonovitch (manufactured October 30, 1994) is a Russian android created by Doctor Boskonovitch, who first appeared in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion. Alisa was created by Doctor Boskonovitch, who modeled her after his own daughter. The androids task was to protect Jin Kazama from any possible threat. However, at one time, Lars Alexandersson and his Tekken Force attacked a Mishima Zaibatsu Research Facility. The same facility where Alisa was kept in at the time. After going deeper into the facility after raiding it, Lars finds Alisa in a room, unactivated. Soon after he found her, the area war raided by Jacks. The Jacks were no match for the Tekken Force and were easily defeated, but not all were sufficiently destroyed. One Jack re-activated and launched self-destruct. This killed all the remaining Tekken Force members, injuring Lars, who from then on suffered from amnesia. The explosion made Lars stumble slightly, accidentally activating Alisa. When they finally meet with Jin, Alisa was revealed to have been created to protect Jin. After her defeat, She flees the scene to follow Jin to Azazels temple, where she once again confronts Lars, and ultimately shuts down. Lars then retrieves her body and brings her to a Robotics corporation headed by Lee Chaolan, who was able to revive Alisa sometime later.

Unlike most robots, Alisa possesses emotions. She is a very kind-hearted individual. She speaks in a polite manner and is sensitive to other's feelings. She also knows family values as well; as evidenced when she tells Lars to not point a gun to his father, Heihachi. She does not want to fight and hurt her enemies. Obviously, she is very intelligent, often speaking in technical terms. In some situations, when people call Alisa a robot, she denies that fact and insists that she is a human being. When she was commanded by Jin, she doesn't recognize Lars, she performs his commands at full efficiency, and performs deadly abilities. Although, this could have been caused because at one point during the command, Jin tells Alisa to disable safe-mode and then reboot.
Alisa has a unique fighting style. Being a robot, her body parts are non-critical; examples are her head, in which she uses it as a makeshift explosive, her arms can extend chainsaws or can become long-range missiles, and her back is equipped with a jet pack in which she is able fly and hover in the air, or use it to perform her signature attacks. Once these body parts are used, they are discarded and new parts would appear thanks to her nanoparticle-assisted regeneration. Also, her legs can produce strong kicks thanks to the small jets installed. Alisa's kicks are based from ballet moves.


Bob, full name Robert Richards, is known as a genius of martial arts
After winning the tournament, Bob became a worldwide sensation. His schedule was filled with TV and magazine interviews, with his training secrets becoming unearthed. After cameras take multiple photos, a poster of his obese self appears on the wall, with a blurry image of Bob walking by. He weighs himself in his exercise room, where he discovers he only weighs a shocking 150 lbs on a scale. He steps off, wondering if it was just an illusion, then weighs himself again. After looking at the number once more, he says the following: "It can't be right... How can I only be 150 lbs!?" The camera then shows Bob, wearing heavy clothing covering a skinnier and slimmer body, and he screams in horror, accepting the fact that all of his famous weight vanished. He then proceeds to bang his head on the wall, only to be found in the middle of floor passed out.

Bob is described as "a freestyle karate practitioner from the U.S" by Tekken 6 developer and executive producer Katsuhiro Harada. Bob is similar to Hong Kong action cinema superstar Sammo Hung Kam-Bo. Both are obese, but extremely fast and acrobatic despite their size. Bob's attire is similar to the Fatal Fury 2 character, Cheng Sinzan. Both sport a collar shirt and trousers with suspenders.


Asuka Kazama (born August 31, 1990) was introduced in Tekken 5. She is more famously known as the cousin of the series' protagonist, Jin Kazama. Not surprisingly, since Asuka and Jin have the same surname, it is known, through an official statement made by Namco, that they are cousins.
Asuka's official story states that she was taught Kazama-style Traditional Martial Arts by her father, a dojo-master near Osaka, ever since she was young. By nature, Asuka believes very strongly in justice and devotes much of her free time to being a vigilante of sorts, breaking up fights nearby (also, she is seen saving a kitten during the Tekken 5 console opening). At the time in which the game takes place, Asuka is seventeen years old and is a high school student. Asuka returned home from school one day to find that her dojo was in shambles. The students there had been beaten severely and her father was so badly hurt that he had to be taken to the hospital. In the next several days, a detective from Hong Kong, Lei Wulong, came to her and explained that the culprit would likely be entering The King of Iron Fist Tournament 5. In order to get her personal revenge and redeem her dojo, Asuka enters the tournament as well. During the King of Iron Fist Tournament 5, Asuka finds out that Feng Wei is responsible for the damage to the dojo. Asuka fails to find Feng, and after the tournament is over, Lei returns to Hong Kong and things are once again back to normal.

Asuka entered The King of Iron Fist Tournament 5 in order to avenge her father, who was injured by Feng Wei. She was unable to find Feng Wei, and, as the tournament ended, she returned to her calm and normal life.

However, her life didn't stay peaceful for long, as Asuka discovered that Jin Kazama, her cousin, was the man responsible for the terrible war going on all over the world. She enters The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6 in order to capture him.

Embarassing Experience With our Car

What is your most embarrassing experience with your car? Have you ever been stranded into a place because your engine failed? I did!
Yup! That was way back 2009 when my dad and I decided to visit my grandparents in our province at Alaminos Panggasinan. We used to go there every summer but the our trip last 2009 went down to one of the most embarrassing trip i ever had. We were driving on that rocky and muddy road and we were like 16-20 Kilometers away from our destination. And then all of a sudden, the engine failed and we were just surprised to see the smoke coming out from it. Well here's the thing, me and my dad have no idea on about troubleshooting. Okay, i took a vocational course about automotive 5 years ago and i am so ashamed to tell you guys that i forgot all those lectures being taught to us.
Anyway, we have no choice but to left the car there and look for someone to pick it up for us. We decided to commute in order to reach out destination. We ended up paying for the transportation, paying for the pick up service and paying for the repair!
Obviously it is the most embarrassing summer i ever had. And now that it is Summer and we are about to visit our grandparents again in Alaminos, I am hoping that it will never happen again to us. I encouraged my dad to bring his car to a repair shop to check if the engine is in its good condition. I told him to bring his car into a well trusted company like that Auto Repair Federal Way in Washington. The company has been serving their customers for amazingly over 28 years. I wish we could find something like that here in our country so that we can never experience the same embarrassment again with our car.

Advantages and Disadavatages of Having Trees

They said that it is advisable to have trees in your yard or your garden as it provides many benefits. First, it will make the soil more firm and can prevent any possible erosion. Trees can also beautify the surroundings and will add more color to your landscape or garden. They provide shade and protect you from the heat of the sun especially now that it is Summer.
However, trees in your yard can have disadvantages too. Bulky trees can ruin your landscape and can be be very space consuming. Huge roots can damage your fences and more. Huge trees can also provide some hazards as they can grow and reach up to the power lines and cables which can be very harmful and dangerous. The leaves and the branches that are being stocked on your gutters can damage your roof and we know how expensive the house repair is.
Well in this case, we better ask some help from our neighbor and much better if we avail service like those Tree removal services being offered by other companies. They will remove trees fro your yard and transfer it to other location.
And when it comes to the gutter issues, we can simply hire something like the Gutter Cleaning Portland Services. They will definitely sweep away all those leaves and branches being stocked on your gutters in no time. Cleaning gutters at least once every season is highly advisable to protect your roof from any possible damages.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011


Armor King (born July 12, 1960) is a character introduced in the original Tekken. His identity has possibly been used by two different persons in the series. The original Armor King is the former mentor of Tekken's recurring character, King. For some time he was a rival to King, but eventually they became very close friends, with Armor King bringing King back from alcoholism in Tekken 2 to reclaim his glory and overcome his addiction. Armor King was killed (accidentally) later on in the Tekken canon by Craig Marduk in a fight. During the fifth tournament Armor King apparently returns. It would later be revealed through his ending in Tekken 6 that the renewed Armor King is in fact the brother of the original Armor King. Armor King the second (born December 22, 1969) just like King, does not audibly speak, but he does make growling noises that sound like a jaguar's growl. Armor King's audible growls are translated into speech, much like King's.

Armor King is a member of a Mexican tribe who carries around the Jaguar masks that both King and Armor King wear.The hidden name of armor king is the KO-KOT, which means 'proud friend' in the language of the Mexican tribe. After a fateful meeting, in which the original King was inducted into Armor King's tribe, Armor King challenged him to a battle of strength. While Armor King was clearly the superior fighter, the battle ended with King escaping. Armor King's eye was damaged during the fight, and he still bore the scar. However, near the beginning of the second tournament, the two set aside their differences and became great friends.


Angel is an alternate costume for Devil, but is a separate character with her own endings. Not much is known about her, except that she is the opposite of Devil. Angel first appeared in without any storyline explanation, save for that she lies with Devil over Kazuya's soul. Angel represents the good version of Kazuya's Devil Gene. Fans seem to speculate her origin as being due to Jun Kazama's influence during their meet in the second tournament. It's unknown what happened to Angel since she was not seen after Tekken 2.

Angel comes to Kazuya Mishima through his relationship with Jun Kazama. She is the only thing stopping Devil from completly controlling Kazuya.

Thursday, March 10, 2011


Lars Alexandersson (born February 10, 1972) was introduced in the Tekken 6 expansion, Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion. He is a Swedish officer in the Tekken Force. As the Mishima Zaibatsu waged war on the world, its soldiers, the Tekken Force, began a worldwide coup d'etat. G-Corporation, led by Kazuya Mishima, rose to power and was their main opposition, leading to worldwide conflict. The mastermind behind this coup d'etat was Lars Alexandersson, a young, charismatic Tekken Force officer with incredible physical ability and intellect. Most importantly, he is the illegitimate son of Heihachi Mishima, and no one, except for Lars himself, knows this. Not even Heihachi himself.

Lars is Swedish rather than Japanese like the other Mishima family members. Lars third outfit was designed by Masashi Kishimoto, who is most famous for being the author of Naruto. Because of this, Lars appears in the game Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, wearing the alternate outfit designed by Kishimoto.


Alex is a palette swap for Roger in Tekken 2 and Tekken Tag Tournament, sharing his moves and win animations.
Alex is a cloned Dromaeosaurid made from a fossil by Doctor Boskonovitch during Kazuya Mishima's tenure as the head of the Mishima Zaibatsu. Alex appears to have been trained in their fighting art by Armor King.
He has only made one appearance in the main storyline, being Tekken 2. Alex studies a fossil that he has discovered, then runs and throws a punch in the air. To fight him is necessary to win Stage 3 winning the match with very little health remaining in the final round you fight. If your character has been selected with one of kick buttons, he will be your opponent at Stage 4, otherwise it will be Roger.

Doing House Chores

I grew up listening to my mom and i am very proud that she taught us how to become responsible. However, if there's one thing that i really hate when i was a kid and until know, that would be doing the house chores. I'm not lazy, it's just that i am a bit moody when it comes to doing daily house chores. I remember mom used to give us a schedule and each of us have our own tasks to do every day. According to her this will help us to become more responsible if ever we decided to become independent and if ever we have our own family.
Well, i love cleaning my own room and make it more organized as possible but when it comes to other house chores like sweeping the floor, washing the dishes and cleaning the bathroom, i simply can't deal with them. I just hate getting wet and it feels uncomfortable for me. That's why sometimes, i think residing in an apartment or a condo or even in some hotels is much better because they have chambermaids and janitors there who can make things much easier for me. Especially if they are offering something like the Janitorial Services Seattle Washington has. I have heard many good things from that company.
Well it is not really a matter of being irresponsible and being so dependent. I am a busy guy too and handling all the stress is not an easy thing so i guess it is pretty okay to get one right?
Well, that's all for now, have a great day guys and happy blogging!

Monday, March 7, 2011


After Street Fighter, our next theme will be base again on another Video Game.
Tekken is a series of fighting games developed and published by Namco. Originally an arcade game, versions exist for the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wonder Swan, and Game Boy Advance. The story in each game in the series (with the exception of the non-canon game Tekken Tag Tournament) documents the events of the fictional martial arts tournament, The King of Iron Fist Tournament, with the game's chronological number corresponding with the current iteration of the tournament.
There are currently six main installments in the Tekken series. A new Tekken game has been confirmed which is a sequel to Tekken Tag Tournament, entitled Tekken Tag Tournament 2. It is currently in the development stages and it is planned to be released Summer 2011 in Japan. Other countries' planned release dates are yet unknown.
The Tekken series is one of the earliest 3D fighting game franchises.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011


Zangief, also known as the "Red Cyclone" is a video game character created by Capcom. He is part of the Street Fighter series of fighting games, first starring in Street Fighter 2. His signature fighting style is close up and wrestler based, with devastating throws and powerful base moves. This makes him tough up close, though often has trouble with foes with projectiles.

Zangief is a close-range character as he is a wrestling type. Many of his moves are more complicated to pull off due to the 360 motions input required to perform the moves, making him a character for advanced players. Zangief is one of the slowest of all characters in the Street Fighter games, and presents a large target, yet is widely considered high-tier as he has several means to bypass projectile attacks such as Spinning Lariat and Banishing Flat, the ability to walk unphased into a hit during his Flying Power Bomb, and the ability of his Spinning Piledriver to grab opponents out of most ground-based moves.

Zangief is similar to the original 1987 version of Birdie, as both characters are depicted as very large men with mohawk haircuts. Zangief is also similar in terms of build and fighting style to Mike Haggar from Final Fight, whose spinning clothesline move he emulates, not to mention that Zangief's alternate costume in Street Fighter IV is a nod to Mike Haggar's costume. There is a theory supported by Saturday Night Slam Masters on the Super Nintendo that Mike Haggar and Zangief know each other as former wrestling partners before Mike became the mayor of Metro City.


Yun (ユン) is a character in the Street Fighter series. He first appeared in Street Fighter III and is voiced by Koji Tobe in New Generation and 2nd Impact and Kentaro Ito in 3rd Strike. He is also a playable character in the arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV.

Yun has long, brown hair that is braided into a pony tail which is covered by a blue baseball cap with a yellow visor and a circle with a skateboard in it. He sports a sleeveless, white kung fu shirt with a yellow hem and blue trim and buttons. On his arms, yellow wristbands that continue to form fingerless gloves, and black pants and sneakers. Yun is seen riding on his skateboard when not fighting.


Yang is a character in the Street Fighter series. He first appeared in Street Fighter III and is voiced by Koji Tobe in New Generation and 2nd Impact and by Masakazu Suzuki in 3rd Strike. However, Yang is selectable only as a "palette swap" of his brother Yun in New Generation. In the latter two games Yang is a separate character with his own unique set of Special Moves and Super Arts. He is also a playable character in the arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV. The Lee Brothers were only relatives to their long-lost uncle Lee who fought in the first World Tournament (his wherabouts after that was unknown but he did request Gen to train them). With his twin brother Yun, he entered the third World Warrior tournament to show his skills. They later found and fought Gill, who appreciated their effort and granted them leadership of their town. They passionately turned down his offer, since they only fought him to stop his maniacal plans.

Yang has brown hair, styled as a spikey quiff. He sports a sleeveless, red kung fu shirt with a burgundy hem and yellow trim and buttons. On his arms, yellow wristbands that continue to form fingerless gloves, and black pants and sneakers. He is also seen wearing inline skates.


Vulcano Rosso A rather mysterious combatant, the flamboyantly dressed Vulcano Rosso carries a burden of pain. Since his lover was killed, his only thought has been revenge. Vulcano Rosso is a warrior who fights to avenge his girlfriend who had been killed. He has the ability to create violent and dangerous attacks that utilize lava and volcanic eruptions. His name is the Italian translation of "Red Volcano." He first appears as a playable character in Street Fighter EX 2 Plus.

Criteria for a Clean Bathroom

I'm always dreaming to have a clean and nice-looking bathroom. Actually, every time i visit a friend's house or every time i check in at some hotel whether it's a budget hotel or a luxury one, the first thing that i check as i enter the room is the bathroom. I don't know why but i feel much comfortable if the bathroom is clean. And i'm sure most of you feels the same way too.
What makes a bathroom clean for me? Well of course, i don't want to see some spots on the floor tiles. Also, i want a the toilet bowl to be spotlessly clean too. And also, the most important thing of all, NO UNPLEASANT SMELL coming out from either the sink or the toilet bowl itself.
Actually, i had a very bad experience before. Well we had a guess that time. As far as i remember she was my mom's colleague. Well here's what happened, she asked my mom if she can use our bathroom and so my mom permitted her without knowing that there is something wrong with our piping system which is also my fault because i accidentally flushed my loofah. Disgusting right? Well here's more. We were all shocked when she went out from the bathroom vomiting. We checked the bathroom and there is such a horrifying smell circulating inside. The rest is history. Oh did i mention that my mom scolded me after that incident haha.
Well, We have learned a lesson. Never ignore a simple piping issue because this simple problem will end up to a disastrous outcome. Since then, we always call for a plumber to check the pipes from time to time. Though unlike the plumbing services in singapore , the plumbing services here is not open 24/7. Yup! You heard that right! Family Plumber, leading plumbing services company in Singapore opens 24/7 to help their customers. Amazing right?

Tuesday, March 1, 2011


Vega, known as Balrog in Japan, is one of the bosses of the Street Fighter fighting game series. He first appeared as a boss character in Street Fighter II. He is a memorable character, not only for his obsession with beauty, but also for the claw he wields and his unique fighting style.

Vega uses his own fighting style of which is a blend of Spanish Ninjutsu and Bullfighting.

Early sketches suggest that Vega was going to resemble a medieval knight wearing a full suit of armor. This idea was scrapped because Street Fighter was about fighters from all over the world, not time. Remnants of this concept are apparent in Vega's final design including a mask and a sharp metal claw.

Vega is one of the few Street Fighter characters to constantly carry a weapon, and the only character to do so in Street Fighter II. This claw is useful for both stabbing and slashing attacks, and gives him a very long range compared to most characters. It is the same type of weapon worn by Geki in the original Street Fighter. Vega is one of the fastest characters in the Street Fighter series, but also one of the most delicate; his defensive rating is unusually low compared to most of the other characters, to balance his incredible speed. Vega's swiftness and flying special techniques make him well-suited for multi-hitting combination attacks, confusing cross-ups, or long range poking attacks with the reach-advantage provided by his claw. It takes exactly fourteen blocked hits for Vega to lose his claw. This reduces his attack range significantly, and prevents him from doing certain super attacks. Since Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Vega can pick up the claw. In Street Fighter Alpha 3, he can lose his mask as well, though the effect is only cosmetic. In SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos, Vega cannot lose his claw. In the Street Fighter EX series, Vega may reinforce or recover his claw with a super move.


Urien is a character in the Street Fighter series. He first appeared in Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact and is voiced by Yuji Ueda in it and voiced by Lawrence Bayne in 3rd Strike. Urien is the inferior brother of Gill and tried to claim the leadership of his organization, the Illuminati. When he finally succeeded, he learned that there was an Emperor outranking him, his brother Gill. Now Urien still longs to overthrow Gill by creating his own army with the G-Project. He kidnapped one of the children Chun-Li looks after so she could get back in shape.

Urien (like Gill, his brother) is dressed like an ancient Greek Olympic athlete, wearing only a white loin cloth, although he is shown lighter-skinned and wearing business attire during the character introduction that precedes every match in Street Fighter III; his clothes shred and fly off, his skin darkens to a bronze complexion, and his hair turns from blond to metallic white before beginning his fight. Strangely enough, he has an appearance similar to that of Yashiro Nanakase of the King of Fighters series.
While his brother wields fire and ice, he can wield lightning and make his body metallic. Aside from a few exceptions, Urien has virtually the same move list as Gill, except that much of the input motions for performing the techniques are different. Unlike Gill, some of Urien's special moves are "charge" moves, thus forcing the player to work around the necessity for charge times. Urien also does less damage than his boss counterpart. Urien's moves tend to be named after Roman/Greek influences such as Spartan Bomb, Aegis Reflector, Chariot Rush, and Temporal Thunder.

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