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    hi.... help please

    Hi everyone..
    You don't know ho happy i m for finding this site :megusta:
    really it cleared many things in my head. So i have a problem and i need your help please . Me and my bro want's to by Richard van donk's ninutsu course, is it good or total wast of time and money?
    Thanks :friends::EWBTE:

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    It's a total waste of time and money.

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    Thanks for the quick reply and forgive me but can you explain why? because i really want to learn ninjutsu and this is the Only way. thanks again

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    What he said.




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    Ninjas do look cool in the black gi and all

    Why do you want to learn ninjitsu and not some reputable art such as judo?

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    Because i LOVE ninjutsu so much, the real part in it not the mythical part.

    So what makes this course a wast 'other than the clips' :) "that's my last question"
    thanks again:)

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    What exactly do you consider the "real" parts of ninjutsu. Also, if you've never studied it, what do you love about it? If its just videos or movies that you've seen, then you should know that all ninjutsu is a myth, and if you want to study it knowing this, by all means do so. However, be prepared to be ridiculed by most, and to be immediately, swiftly, painfully disappointed if you ever try to use it in a self defence application.

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    It's odd you said Van Donk's videos are the "only way", given the fact that Ninjutsu mills are quite common.

    Yeah...what's the "real part" you speak of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryuninja View Post
    Because i LOVE ninjutsu so much, the real part in it not the mythical part
    First of all, Welcome to Bullshido. That having been said, there is no "real part" or real ninja. Here is the needle that pops your bubble.



    There are plenty of great traditional martial arts to be learned. There are also modern combat systems and reality based self defense programs. If you want to be a Ninja, consider joining the military (special operations forces) and then working for the CIA.

    Reality check: There are no such things as ninja, Santa Claus, Easter Bunny, Tooth-Fairy or Unicorns.



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    You can not intellectualize your way to being a competent fighter.

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    Re: hi.... help please

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    So what's the other 10% of the pajamas made of? Crushed hopes and dreams?
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    Lift a lot of weights and sexually assault anyone who tries step to you. Flip the script. Watch that fight turn to flight when you go for penetration.
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