12/02/2012 4:42pm, #31
12/02/2012 4:45pm, #32
12/02/2012 4:49pm, #33
Like lebell was trolled for being a bigot?
Like Rudy is trolled even though he climbed in the ring?
He didn't believe you.
As evidenced by your responses he was correct.
You follow me into every thread I post in to troll me and then complain about my shitposting. Try not to choke on the irony.
Remember kids, if your posts don't end in schoolyard name calling and a "no you" joke you're not doing it right.
12/02/2012 4:52pm, #34
- Join Date
- Feb 2012
I thought the whole 'register your hands' thing went out with the 70s. In fact the last time I even heard the phrase was in the original Lethal Weapon - you know back when Mel Gibson just played crazy.
Are there really still places that still pay lip service to this?
I'm genuinely surprised. Probably shouldn't be but I am.
12/02/2012 4:54pm, #35
12/02/2012 5:01pm, #36
12/02/2012 5:05pm, #37
12/02/2012 5:10pm, #38
American Eagle MMA’s Chief Instructor, Master Phil Ross won two First Place Awards in one day while competing in the NAGA Battle at the Beach competition in 2010. He was crowned champion in the Executive No-Gi competition and after only training with a Gi for 3 months, bested 48 competitors in the Gi competition. Master Ross was almost 48 at the time and competed in the 18 to 29 age bracket. He went undefeated and unscored upon throughout the competition and secured two submission victories.
12/02/2012 5:11pm, #39
"Your Honour, he yelled he was a black belt in Karate and so I became scared and did whatever was necessary to ensure he couldn't hurt me."GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
12/02/2012 5:29pm, #40
Oh and to make sure you understand, you said "this ****." That's why I called you on your post. Saying he was going to get trolled was fine. Saying his point, which is completely valid, "is ****" was incorrect.
These are all 2011 or 2012 questions. It is still going around and it isn't just old movies. It never died in the 70s, I heard that **** until I quit my Mcdojo. Hell, I passed that **** along in the 80s.