Posted On:8/01/2006 12:38pm
Style: white boy jiujitsu
Originally Posted by NastyHaggis
Sorry for thread necromancy. I didn't notice the date because I was TRYING to be a good little "Noob" and follow the rules by using the search feature for the information I desired. When I found this thread it interested me because I actually started my training at that school 20 years ago and felt like I had new information to add from a first person perspective. That's what I get for trying to follow the rules. Sorry to all you "experienced" Bullshido thread police.
1) Don't get your panties in a bunch.
2) You'll get yelled at for starting a thread on an old subject with an existing thread. You'll get yelled at for bringing up an old thread for whatever subject. Either way, you'll get yelled at. Welcome to Bullshido, here's your helmet.
Last edited by MaverickZ; 8/01/2006 12:41pm at .
Posted On:8/02/2006 9:44am
Originally Posted by Don Gwinn
In all fairness, there's nothing wrong with raising the dead threads if you have something legitimate to add to the topic.
The musician guy had some light to shed. I don't have a problem with that.
I agree. Judging from the guy's post count, he's new. There is no way he could have posted the first time around. Since he has new info, I say it's cool.
Posted On:8/02/2006 11:18pm
Style: Judo - Boxing
Originally Posted by Poop Loops
Open up a school real quick. Rent some place for like what, $5k a month, get the reward, and retire.
Hmm, I think you're on to something...
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