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  1. badger01 is offline

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    Posted On:
    11/01/2004 12:49pm


     Style: shotokan

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    this style looks amazing

    http://www.teikko.fi/moido/default.htm

    You guys and gals are not going to beleive this one. I thought it was a joke at first but it turns out it's not. The history of this art starts off with the guy getting hit on the head with a bo and it goes down hill from there. Read the history section...it's hilarious. The movies are really something to behold too
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  2. samadhi_fire is offline

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    Posted On:
    11/01/2004 1:06pm


     Style: Kyokushin Karate

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    that was hilarious man. that so has to be a joke.

    the kata was amazing... "Hello Mountain, Hello Pond!" BWAHAHAHAHAHA.
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    Posted On:
    11/01/2004 3:03pm


     

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    I think I smell a Moriei Ueshiba rip off!!
  4. LLL is offline

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    Posted On:
    11/01/2004 3:07pm

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    It's a joke.

    The pages are in Finland; 'moido' in Finnish is like 'bye'; hence 'the way of greeting'... Although it's usually more like deaprture, but I guess the humorist who made the pages thought greeting was better.
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    Posted On:
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     Style: Crosstraining/MMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by LLL
    It's a joke.

    The pages are in Finland; 'moido' in Finnish is like 'bye'; hence 'the way of greeting'... Although it's usually more like deaprture, but I guess the humorist who made the pages thought greeting was better.
    "O-sensei Kunichiwa Morohei" - This is a slight mis-spelling of "konichi-wa", which is a Japanese greeting meaning "good evening". :headbang:
  6. Ippatsu182 is offline

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    11/01/2004 4:22pm


     Style: Muay Thai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashe
    "O-sensei Kunichiwa Morohei" - This is a slight mis-spelling of "konichi-wa", which is a Japanese greeting meaning "good evening". :headbang:
    Actually it should be "ko-n-ni-chi-wa," which means "Hello" in Japanese.

    As for the guy, it's obviously a joke. There is no way a supposedly old man like that could move that fast. Also, why is he wearing a kung fu jacket? He's supposed to be Japanese, isn't he? It was pretty funny though.
  7. Red Elvis is offline
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    Posted On:
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    The only thing that interfered with his otherwise tight training schedule was occasional partying with women and consuming lots of sake.
    Damn, this guy looks like the Master of the Flying Guillotine and he was into women and sake as well? Where do I sign up? :adora:
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