So now that the DHS has been renamed into the more family-friendly "Advanced Grappling Discussion Forum" (AGDF) and the Global War on Crappling refining its campaign to Toronto and the surrounding suburbs where Pizdoff is known to train, does this mean all the prisoners of Gitmo, including Dr. Tzun Tzu, have now been turned loose upon the civilian white belts of the Beginner's Grappling Forum?
Yes, but they haven't figured that out yet. I moderate the basic forum in a more heavy handed manner also.
Originally Posted by Boyd
Stickie updated. See rule #6
i dont understand why my post were removed, they dont seem any different from other posts made.
and jnp. could you explain what i posted that wasnt on topic/helpfull ect;
"Your comments are general in nature and do not contribute anything new or meaningful to the discussion.
Thank you for wasting 5 minutes of my life cleaning up your mess."
thanks and no need to be childish like your comment before. we are all grown ups
Would this be the correct forum to post a video link of me grappling? I would post in noobie town but was asked not to by a fellow BS patron.
It depends on what you're looking for as far as feedback is concerned and also what your experience level is. If you want a critique of a competition or even a sparring video and you have more than three years of experience, then yes. If you have less experience than that, then Basic Technique forum might be a better choice. If you haven't posted in Newbietown already then there is no reason not to post it there.
Originally Posted by GIburner
Lastly, we have a competition video forum that would be best suited for something like this if it is a video of a comp.
Here is a link to it because it is hard to find:
Thread updated to reflect changes in the level of moderation in AdGrap. The threat of infractions has been removed and some of the wording changed to be less strict.
Based on a e-conversation I had with AKRhino yesterday, I'm going to dial back the "iron fist" moderation aspect of this forum. However, members are still required to remain on topic.