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  1. celticdragon03 is offline

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    Posted On:
    12/28/2004 11:56am


     Style: Shaolin Kung-fu, FMA, BJJ

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    More stories people!

    I'm bored at work so more sharing, please. :icon_mrgr
    Last edited by celticdragon03; 1/05/2005 5:03pm at .
  2. PoleFighter is offline

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    Posted On:
    12/28/2004 12:03pm


     Style: Sandbagged BJJ white belt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meex
    *LOL
    I was in a similar situation in 1990. . .but it ended the opposite way. . .

    As I was speaking to the guy trying to diffuse the situation (I'm about 5'10", the guy was about 6'0"), he mouths off again about kicking my a$$. Out of nowhere (well, actually, over my right shoulder) comes this overhand right that clocks the guy in the face, his eyes roll up into his head, his head hits the door jamb, he's KTFO. I turn to see wtf's behind me, and see my 6'5" 310# friend just grinning his a$$ off. . .I turn back to the guy, and my other friends are stomping him on the ground. They drag him back into the club, toss him down the back stairwell (inside fire escape), and the building security (notified by the alarms going off due to the emergency door being opened) proceed to GnP him some more, then lay him out across the street at the bus stop. Ahh. . .the good ol' days!

    `~/
    Your friends are a bunch of psychos.
    I pointed at him [the panhandler], bringing my rear hand up in a subtle approximation of the double Wu Sau guard that is the default hand position in Wing Chun Kung Fu.

    "Step away," I hissed.
    -Phil Elmore
  3. Aesopian is offline

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    Posted On:
    12/28/2004 12:18pm

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    tai-gip is trying to defend the value of nunchucks to keep alive his dream of growing up to be Michelangelo from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  4. FighterJones is offline
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    Posted On:
    12/28/2004 12:23pm


     Style: LARPing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poop-Loops
    Wait, is the clone the evil kind or the mindless slave kind?

    PL
    It doesn't matter, they're both too stupid regardless.
  5. bodar is offline

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    12/28/2004 1:28pm


     Style: none currently, ex-TSK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    tai-gip is trying to defend the value of nunchucks to keep alive his dream of growing up to be Michelangelo from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
    Pet Turtle: Check
    Orange mask: Check
    Totally-Sweet-Nunchucks: Check
    Radioactive Goo: ???

    Poor tai-gip. Maybe when we've achieved that "Private Messaging" technology, we'll all be able to make radioactive goo in the comfort of our own homes. Then the Foot Clan had better look out!

    (P.S.: epic burn there, Geijhan)
  6. Otaku Waffle is offline
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    Posted On:
    12/28/2004 1:51pm


     Style: Kali/Jun Fan/CSW

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    Quote Originally Posted by bodar
    (P.S.: epic burn there, Geijhan)
    +rep. You know you want to. :happy3:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jekyll
    No, jetpacks are worthless in real fights. They are very heavy and set fire to your trousers
    Ong Bak!
  7. Meex is offline
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    Posted On:
    12/28/2004 1:52pm

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     Style: Tao Ga

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoleFighter
    Your friends are a bunch of psychos.
    Ah, you've met them! But, seriously, this club had the biggest, baddest, but coolest bouncers, and the manager was a boxing coach (who was an assistant coach for the us olympic team in the 70's). For some reason, there were always fights. (okay, so they started some. lol)

    `~/
  8. Don Gwinn is offline
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    Posted On:
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    But, seriously, this club had the biggest, baddest, but coolest bouncers,
    Translation:
    "They were sadists who should never have been allowed into the place, much less given the opportunity to put the boot to people without going to jail, but they never hurt me. . . much."
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  9. Omega Supreme is offline

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    Posted On:
    12/30/2004 3:57pm

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     Style: Chinese Boxing

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    For those of you just joining us I sent Tai-Gip's little section to Trollshido. He PM'ed me to state:

    hey omega.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Please tell me your not going to be the kind of weak arse bitch who cares more about what people think about you than actualy having a conversation and learning something... but of course if your think you know it all and are it already..

    Must becool to have people online think your something.. how **** do you actualy have to feel about yourself inside to need this is a question i would ask myself if i was you but then again your the hero..

    And im sure you read what i said did you have an opinion on it ..

    Is it dependant on the individual or the style ??
    Do people choose what techniques and weapons to become proficent in ??

    i amused you want to act like you know so much.. i would actualy enjoy seeing where you at in an actual conversation.....

    And being on your thump list.... hmmmm...
    do you ever remember being little and being smarter than someone so they said **** like that.. it proves
    A) the person threatening you is ignorant and must resort to violence to assert themselves in a world in wich they feel totaly insecure
    B) they just dont understand what the **** you said and thought you where threatening them.
    C) just needs help to get over their issue and actualy start getting somewhere
    D) ben why the **** are you bothering trying to talk to this guy..


    So I started another thread in trollshido to help him feel more important.
  10. Omega Supreme is offline

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    Posted On:
    12/30/2004 4:27pm

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     Style: Chinese Boxing

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    All Hallow's Eve day.

    If you guys look back to the Halloween story I said that there was a story for another day. Well here it is. This isn't one of my proudest moments, truthfully speaking I think I went a bit overboard. Ask Anthony on my demeanor when somebody lays a hand on me and it'll clear things up (it's a huge pet peave of mine):



    We were preparing the gym for the Halloween party that evening and the Kickboxing coach asked if I would travel to the local sporting good store to pick up a pump for the speedbag. (Big 5 for those who have them in their area) When I went to get into line I was met up by a grizzley older gentleman also trying to get into the same line. He was a tad bigger than me with a cowboy hat and outdoor style attire. I shrugged my shoulder stepped back and allowed the guy to get in front of me. The guy slammed down the stuff he was buying startling the girl behind the counter and the customer in front of him. He turned toward me "What the **** are you staring at?", in a loud voice (I didn't take it as yelling).

    I looked at him bewildered "huh?"

    He took his left hand and and lightly pushed my shoulder "I said what are you looking at!?" (Can anybody say bad martial art flick?)

    I think I must've stood there for a second astonished because the guy gut up enough nerve to give me a hard second shove. I jumped back in response "Sir! If I looked at you in some way that offended you I'm sorry but if you touch me again I'm going drop you where you stand!" (like I said ask Anthony)

    At this point he started to become agitated more and was about to say something when the store manager stepped in. Words were exchanged I don't remember what either of them said, considering I was really angry at that point telling him, what I do remember is "...if you touch me again I'll break your fucking arm!! "

    "Is that a threat"

    "**** this!!", and I stormed to the back of the store while the store manager talked to the guy.

    I walked up to the front after he left and apologized for my actions when they infromed me that this guy was a regular at the local stores and this isn't the first time he's yelled at a customer or put his hands on them. I was informed he had been arrested once before a few months earlier. (and why did they let him back in the store?)

    As I went outside I saw the guy standing there, when he saw me he started to storm over, dropped his bags "what did you say you were going to do to me!?!?", and he went for a wild push.

    I ducked under his push and set up for a suplex on the cement. I decided not to do it and swam over for an armbar (you know the pump handle one a lot of the non grapplers use. The arm is underneath your armpit and you lift up with your hands while dropping your weight on the elbow), and I slammed down as hard as I could. I then comletely lost it and bent the arm 20 degrees in the opposite direction. I think I felt about 8 pops before the arm felt like a bicycle tire. As I got up and folks were coming out of the store. I looked down to examine the guy and he was bleeding from where his head had hit the ground, apparently I had knocked him silly which accounted for him not screaming when I hyper-extended his arm.

    "Don't ever call me a liar" as I walked away as quickly as I could.

    Personally I think it was a bit excessive. Not one of my proudest moments. I called a few days later and the manager told me he the guy was fine, the police actually ended up arresting him for disturbance. Apparently I messed his shoulder up too.
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