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  1. Styygens is online now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock Ape View Post
    I'm guessing the check is in the post ? That pissed right on my fire :-)

    LOL.
    Remember, when it comes to publicity photos: Rule of Cool.

    Goes for both the sword and the drapes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vieux Normand View Post
    There's something else in Ohio?
    There sure as hell is!

    http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/



    The National Museum of the US Air Force has an incredible collection of airframes and related equipment and weapons dating back to the Wright Brothers. I'm not a big airplane geek, but this was one of the greatest museums I've ever visited.

    Bonus: You can see life-size mock-ups of every Air Force Nuclear Weapon ever in the inventory, from Fat man and Little Boy to ICBMs.



    And when I was there, there was a really incredible exhibit of USAF Special Operations Forces in the War on Terror; including helicopters, ground vehicles, uniforms, personal equipment and weapons, etc.



    This is all well worth the visit to Ohio.

    And it's not too far from Steve and Rumiko either!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Styygens View Post
    Remember, when it comes to publicity photos: Rule of Cool.

    Goes for both the sword and the drapes.
    Speaking of...we need to do some super cool drapes & swords promo pics for the school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Styygens View Post
    There sure as hell is!

    http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/



    The National Museum of the US Air Force has an incredible collection of airframes and related equipment and weapons dating back to the Wright Brothers. I'm not a big airplane geek, but this was one of the greatest museums I've ever visited.

    Bonus: You can see life-size mock-ups of every Air Force Nuclear Weapon ever in the inventory, from Fat man and Little Boy to ICBMs.



    And when I was there, there was a really incredible exhibit of USAF Special Operations Forces in the War on Terror; including helicopters, ground vehicles, uniforms, personal equipment and weapons, etc.



    This is all well worth the visit to Ohio.

    And it's not too far from Steve and Rumiko either!
    I used to love going there every time we went through Wright-Pat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Styygens View Post
    Remember, when it comes to publicity photos: Rule of Cool.
    Wait..of course, this is a ninja publicity photo. No wonder she's holding the sword wrong...it's a ninpo deception. So are the curtains.

    She's one sneaky ninja.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock Ape View Post
    We are trying to rationalise fucking Ninjers, so I guess I should stop now.
    Excellent game-plan. Since Hayes has always been quite the poser, I think the photographer worked his magic. The curtains were a nice touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_raben View Post
    Centerville, Ohio.

    Link to the article below.

    http://www.daytoncitypaper.com/the-n...ter-next-door/
    Wait... what? Damn, if only I'd known this during my last road trip. I'd passed right by/through Centerville (or a place calling itself 'Centerville'. Who knows if there's more than one...)

    I could have had some fun...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Styygens View Post
    There sure as hell is!

    http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/



    The National Museum of the US Air Force has an incredible collection of airframes and related equipment and weapons dating back to the Wright Brothers. I'm not a big airplane geek, but this was one of the greatest museums I've ever visited.

    Bonus: You can see life-size mock-ups of every Air Force Nuclear Weapon ever in the inventory, from Fat man and Little Boy to ICBMs.



    And when I was there, there was a really incredible exhibit of USAF Special Operations Forces in the War on Terror; including helicopters, ground vehicles, uniforms, personal equipment and weapons, etc.



    This is all well worth the visit to Ohio.

    And it's not too far from Steve and Rumiko either!
    That museum have anything on the Akron and the Macon?

    I've always been interested in airships.

    I know, I know--but before you roll your eyes any more:

    Did you know that something like two-thirds of the people on board the Hindenberg walked away from its crash?

    I'm guessing that a 747, blowing up and crashing from the same height, would not likely have left any survivors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezere View Post
    Techinically she is. In the Buj there is a think called Ryu Tai Undo. Ryu Tai literally means Dragon Body. And it is a yoga, I guess more pilates, type of routine. So it is "authentic" as it is a practice that people will find if they go into the Buj looking for ninjutsu but the authenticity outside the Buj might be up for debate.
    Never heard of Ryu Tai. In the Buj we called it Junan Taiso. It's a stretching routine. It's even referred to that in Jack Hoban's first book. Steven Hayes copies everything from the Buj for his own systems ( Quest and Toshindo ). I guess he needed another DVD sale.

    As far as the photograph goes, I'm thinking they reversed it to fit on the cover.

    I've been told when Hayes was still part of Bujinkan, the sword training was made up, as in, he made it up because he hadn't learned it in Japan. Weapons seem to be a real draw for people, even yours truly. Swords are good marketing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doofaloofa View Post
    Why are they wearing curtains?
    Clearly they're on their way to assassinate someone whose curtains match the ones they're wearing.

    They're NINJAS!

    Hello!
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