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    Well, these guys are certainly graduates of Konoha Ryu Ninjutsu, what with the bright colours and all. I'm surprised no one is wearing full orange.
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    Well, these guys are certainly graduates of Konoha Ryu Ninjutsu, what with the bright colours and all. I'm surprised no one is wearing full orange.
    Orange ninja suits are what they wear when they attack deers in the forests because deers only see black and white, and it protects them from other ninjas who might mistake them for other deer.

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    And the sword, which I usually give a pass on since one's proficiency with a sword isn't really all that relevent in modern times.
    It's hilarious, My favourites are the strikes at 1:23 and 1:24 and the kamae at 1:43

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    Scarey music too!
    First Sparring partner looks like the result of Ryu and Guile having a nerdy baby.

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    Well it looks like the dojo is of decent size. That's about the only good thing I can say about either of those videos (you know, the whole 'if you don't having something nice to say' and all).

    From their website:

    Proficiency at combat is rather a bi-product of training, rather than its focus.
    Hmmm, nope. Seems to be full of by-product, none of which is proficiency though.

    Oh, and it looks like they run MMA classes on Wednesday and Friday. Please, please, please tell me there is some footage somewhere of one of these jokers coming up against a trained fighter!
    Dum spiro, spero.
    Tada gan iarracht.

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    Hahaha its been a long time since I had such a good laugh after watching these videos. It never ceases it to amaze me that in this day and age some people still think that stuff like this actually work:)

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    Jeezuus wept, more pudgy muppets. "Shoulder roll, shoulder roll" - someone been watching too much classic trek. It is an affront to reasonable beer loving Australians.

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    Why do most of these mcdojo videos always seem to slo-mo their crappy techniques?

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    That's actually quite a nice dojo for such martial arts fail.

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    For a traditional Japanese style martial art...

    at first I thought they were trying to use 新鮮 Shinsen which can mean "Fresh or new". Not exactly wrong, but my wife gave me a weird look when I asked her if it would go.

    Then I watched the video, and saw that they mean 心神 Shinshin which means "Mind".

    Looks like they are going to need to make new patches as they used the wrong word, Shinsen instead of Shinshin.

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