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  1. #11
    9chambers
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I believe everyone should supplimant their training with reading, research, attending seminars and watching videos. The best teachers in the world may not live in your area but they might have a few tapes and books you can learn a lot from. Joe Lewis just started a new tape series for people who want to train beyond the dojo or can't find a decent school in their area.

    But yea, you have people offering you guarantees of mastery and rank. For $300 you can be a master ninja! That's pretty shady. But what do you expect? You know you can't trust ninja. They are tricky.
    http://www.ninjutsu.com/home.shtml



    my kung fu eeeeeees better than yours!

  2. #12

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    May 2002
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    At least there is no levitation manual.
    That's covered in the Chi Power book page 4, paragraph 2, in the third sentence. No big deal really, you just have to . . . oops, sorry. I promised not to tell. Geez, I almost messed up my chance to hop on the William Cheung Mother ship for the trip to the Nirvana like planet of KungFuLaLa.

    Excuse me while I go ChunChoi, its part of my pennance.

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