Posted On:6/26/2004 9:48am
I am intending to participate in some "introductory lessons" at a well known McDojo in my area (to everyone in the UK - John Lynn ring a bell?). My aim is to be the biggest pain in the ass they've had, hopefully getting myself kicked out.
They claim to teach "valuable self defence skills", along with the usual respect/better grades crap. I am going to show that this is untrue.
Then I'm going to write an article an post it on every forum I can find. Hell, I might send a copy to some local newspapers.
Wish me luck!
Fig Newtons are fruit and cake, suckah.
Posted On:6/26/2004 9:51am
Style: Buffalo Wing Chun
Could you give us an introduction of why you think the place is a McDojo? Webpage? Etc?
Apu: "Oh! You have just been Apu'd!"
Posted On:6/26/2004 9:52am
Style: Gracie Barra JJ
Posted On:6/26/2004 1:40pm
Style: JKD, BJJ
Publish the article here too, and good luck.
Monkey Ninjas! Attack!
Posted On:6/26/2004 4:24pm
Style: Be Happy
Bring a friend or two as witness.
Of course post it up on bullshido. Phrost would love it!
Wish you best of luck Dude!
Ghost of Charles Dickens
Posted On:6/26/2004 5:12pm
Style: anti-bubba love-kwon fu
what kind of BS to they teach?
Posted On:6/26/2004 7:39pm
Something called Muay Thai I think.
Posted On:6/27/2004 11:00am
Since Bunyip infiltrated and uncovered the McDojo at his neighbourhood everyone seems to be one the Martial 007 spree
Posted On:10/09/2006 4:57am
A couple of years too late to reply to this read maybe but.......
As a student at John Lynns BBA in Rhyl, North Wales I am most impressed by its teaching and philosophy. They are a recgnized style (Shukokai). I would challenge anyway over why it is a McDojo - it certainly isnt!
Posted On:10/09/2006 1:27pm
Style: S.H.I.T. MMA
Necromancers....can't live with em, can't live without their mothers.
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