This one is for my good friend, and all-around great guy, Kenny Eng. You can check out the machete reference here. (Short version: Kenny, a friend, and friend's girlfriend were walking home and a dude attacked them with a machete. Yup. Crazy shit. Friend caught the machete with his bare hand, suffering only a small wound - four stitches. Kenny grabbed the assailant and choked him OUT! Bad-ass.)
These are almost as much fun as making baseball cards!
Sorry it has been so long. I have been keeping myself busy making custom cards. Unfortunately, you won't see them here yet.
This post is mainly just to call out Sean. Yeah, YOU! I hope you are wearing your big girl panties while you make your cards for the Thorzul Will RuleNightmares on Cardboard: IV contest. I decided to bring the pain this year. You may be a great designer, and a wonderful person, and a amazing custom card maker...
But I have called on the powers of darkness to guide my submission to the contest. No, seriously. I made my cards with the lights OFF! They may not be pretty, but they are pure evil.
I am taking on anyone that enters the contest in a fight to the death thumb wrestling challenge to three pins. Good luck to any that dare to attempt to take what is mine!!! Don't call it a comeback... I didn't wanna win that badly the last two years.
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