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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBadGuy View Post
    If making shitty threads on bullshido didn't give you confidence, people wouldn't do it.

    If you make shitty threads on bullshido, you are flawed.

    Pros and cons?
    Pros: You make IIFs blood pressure go op.
    Cons: Omega might show up at your door and suplex you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kintanon View Post
    Pros: You make MY blood pressure go op.
    Fixed.
    I love these threads. You are the one that "has no time."

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    Questions traditionally end in a question mark.

    When I taught kung fu, there were students who gained too much confidence, and I actually had to root them in reality in a way that likely made their confidence go down in a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Fixed.
    I love these threads. You are the one that "has no time."
    Me? I am confused. I'm on the phone with a client at the moment, so I have nothing better to do than post. I R multi-tasker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    Questions traditionally end in a question mark.

    When I taught kung fu, there were students who gained too much confidence, and I actually had to root them in reality in a way that likely made their confidence go down in a bit.
    IMHO this is an attribute of an instructor who knows his ****. My kung fu teachers always took me down a notch when I thought I knew every damned thing. Kind of like Bullshido does to noobs who post such nonsense. Great concept.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kintanon View Post
    Me? I am confused. I'm on the phone with a client at the moment, so I have nothing better to do than post. I R multi-tasker.
    See, your blood pressure has risen to the level of confusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    See, your blood pressure has risen to the level of confusion.
    You are easily the most cryptic poster I have ever encountered. Even more cryptic than Mr. Conpro here. I'm going to lunch instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kintanon View Post
    You are easily the most cryptic poster I have ever encountered.
    No, I am clear and concise. I am that asshole that refuses to repeat a point once it has been made. That's my problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    No, I am clear and concise. I am that asshole that refuses to repeat a point once it has been made. That's my problem.
    Your forte.


    Yeah, I'll be assimilating that.

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    If I went through and showed where, when, why and how the cryptic moniker was attached you'd laugh. Hell, you'd laugh even harder because the person who started that is even more "cryptic" than I am.

    Now, I confuse people because the easiest way to avoid a logical fallacy is too avoid it. Trust me, I was extremely guilty of following logical fallacies. I became "cryptic" when I stopped.

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