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The 72 Shaolin Secret Arts are methods of preparing our bodies along with the mind to use it under extreme conditions (for starters, in conditions of real-life hand-to-hand combat). If you train only hand-to-hand techniques and never take note of special training, you will not ever reach the highest mastery as well as your movements will lack the real force. “The fists are similar to flowers, as well as the legs like embroidery needles", laugh that old masters at such “techniques". The 72 Arts of Shaolin will be the foundation the maximum mastery in every types of Kung Fu. The helmets inside the 1930’s were pretty plain and looked all the same rendering it challenging to differentiate between teams. Most of the teams would simply paint their logos or team colors alone onto the helmet to be able to promote their team. The Los Angeles Rams was the 1st team to print their logo onto their helmets in 1948 which makes it officially their team helmet. The other teams quickly followed and in a short time every team had their logos and colors printed onto their helmets. The helmets became a collector’s favorite within the 1970’s when everyone started buying their best teams helmets. It quickly became a favorite and was officially become a souvenir for those football fans. Today you can even purchase the mini helmets which is sold everywhere where sports memorabilia is sold. Some fans took it a measure further by having their most favorite players autograph their helmets. Mafia II tells the storyline of Vito Scaletta, a handsome young dimwit who stumbles into crime after going back to America from a stint in World War II. He starts with low-level jobs like boosting cars and knocking over jewelry stores, however the plot eventually escalates in a tangle of twisted loyalties, betrayal and conflict between family and The Family. Every beat you'd expect through the genre has arrived, some unabashedly appropriated from "The Godfather" and "GoodFellas." During the interview with all the publication, the "Stronger" songstress also dished on surprisingly feeling zero pressure to reduce baby weight. 'Everybody calls me fat on a regular basis, so I can't wait to get a reason, as opposed to everybody just being a jerk!,' she said. 'I've never been Gisele Bndchen, so ain't nobody expectin' that! I like to set a [low] standard so people do not expect a whole lot.'