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Gargoyle's Balrog
"That a nation or individual when likened to a bulldog is paid the
highest compliment is no accident. A bulldog maybe gored to death
by a superior force, but the bulldog dies facing it's opponent
unafraid. Defeated but not conquered, bloodied and broken but not
bowed. For a bulldog to relinquish it's grip or attack any other part of
his opponent other then the font, square on, would be unforgivable"

Ken Mollett and Robert Jenkins, The Story of the Real Bulldog

Note; if only people would act like this what a nice world it would be
(Gargoyle's Black Omen & Gargoyle's Veda)
D.O.B. 15 Jan 04