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  1. hitandrun is offline

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    He has got teh Awesome ARMY " mma 1 on 1" Trainning

    I am part of a very small group of online skeptics, you could say. You could call us our own little mini Bullshido. Last year we debunked some online psychic warriors. Recently during a chat we had, the b.s of one poser was brought back into light.
    It seems on a different forum via different username, he is a Army personnel with awesome Army MMA training. You know, teh deadly 1 on 1 stuffs. There's other posts scattered around of him knowing secret kung fus and chis and ****. You know TEH deal.

    At first after our chat, I was a little undecided about making a thread, but I was also recently reminded of the forum rules, and as I was watching the Team America Dick Speech, I thought: " Well **** It! I won't let Assholes **** all over! " So I've decided to expose his **** here.

    Now, I have great respect for an Army personnel. My father was one, fighting along side the American CIA during the Vietnam War. My nephew is a Marine, and other relatives etc etc. So other than the fake MA talk, the Army poser stuff doesn't get taken lightly.


    Anyway, here's teh **** quotes and links on the Army mma stuffs.

    http://www.pebhmong.com/forum/index....,99046.60.html
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    Re: My Totally Awesome Life
    « Reply #63 on: September 29, 2009, 05:20:09 PM »

    Oh yeah, of course it's happened. Don't you remember Army Combat Training? We do 1 on 1, it's all out. Kinda like MMA.
    Username Re: My Totally Awesome Life
    « Reply #65 on: September 29, 2009, 05:29:22 PM »

    Dang, maybe it's just my unit. We're required to be the best in 1 on 1 so we can take care of ourselves on the street and off. Don't expect a fist fight when you meet me, I'll grab a crowlbar.

    That's how we're trained hehe

    In the forest, see a branch, pick it up all day long you have goodluck! I personally like the M4 more than the M16. Shorter barrel, better for universal combat in street and forest. Good training for WW3
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    « Reply #74 on: September 30, 2009, 09:42:30 AM »

    I am charged with training you in the arts of war, using Hmong mentality we will use guerilla tactics, MMA, Shaolin Kungfu that was forbidden for centuries, duck the knife, we will cary samurai swords for close combat, and forget the M16, we'll use the AK47. Heck, we don't even need to buy any weapons, when the Reds come, we kill them, we take their ****. That's the Hmong way. Trust me, the threat is real.
    And here's other kung fu woo stuffs, with TEH whole Army chi thing.

    http://www.pebhmong.com/forum/index....143717.15.html
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    « Reply #24 on: October 08, 2009, 08:21:33 AM »


    Thank you friend for the reminder. I forget sometimes. It's just too bad they didn't grow up disciplined, sometimes I just wanna drill sergeant major their arses. They think body building will save them, they have yet to feel the full effects of Qi Gong.

    So far, there has not been any solid proof of military records found, but we were able to find out he use to be a security guard.
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  2. dizzie56 is offline

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    wow. took a quick look at that forum and i now feel like i should wear a tinfoil hat to fit in next time (if ever) i go back to it. prolly just some nerdy kid that is finally happy that his people's name got mentioned in a movie (Gran Turino with Clint Eastwood...awesome movie btw). I didnt look to much into it but is he even claiming to be able to teach somebody something or is trying to? Or is he just some random that wiki'ed what he thought were the most badass groups and spouted off some info about them?
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    Hahaha. Security guard... I'm a security guard and I sometimes wonder why there are so many wannabe cops and soldiers in the same profession.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosexmachina View Post
    Hahaha. Security guard... I'm a security guard and I sometimes wonder why there are so many wannabe cops and soldiers in the same profession.
    Probably because of sheer boredom that overcomes them during night shifts. Sometimes, fantasizing about all the different ways you could try and kick other peoples ass just isn't enough.
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    What the **** is a drill sergeant major?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ka-Bar View Post
    What the **** is a drill sergeant major?

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    me thinks that he's never been in the army. every mac instructor laughs when somebody mentions kung fu in their background at least they laughed at those jokers when I did my mac
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    Quote Originally Posted by some yahoo
    we will cary samurai swords for close combat,
    That is stupid as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Money View Post
    Originally Posted by some yahoo
    we will cary samurai swords for close combat
    That is stupid as hell.
    There was a Para in the Falklands war who carried a wakazishi. But stupid as hell and airborne are not mutualy exclusive groups. It wasn't issue he just chose to bring it.
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     Style: MT, Judo & BJJ

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    Captain Jack Churchill brought his claymore to war during WWII. And used it.



    But that's a pretty rare case of being almost too awesome to exist.
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