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    Thanks, I sometimes get the feeling that my posts are only amusing to myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMcFu
    Thanks, I sometimes get the feeling that my posts are only amusing to myself.
    Only on wing chun threads.
    That civilisation may not sink,
    Its great battle lost,
    Quiet the dog, tether the pony
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    Our master Caesar is in the tent
    Where the maps are spread,
    His eyes fixed upon nothing,
    A hand under his head.


    - W.B. Yeats

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMcFu
    Thanks, I sometimes get the feeling that my posts are only amusing to myself.
    You do OK for a german :love5:

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    Please post a web site for your wheel DVD set. Do you have a marketing structure set up yet? Have you considered selling on Phil Elmore's site, he bears a strong resemblance to your product.
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    Nonsense. The wheel, like the Japanese Katana, all come from Shao-Lin Temple:

    (Page 3).

    http://www.shaolinlegends.com/articl...rriorPart2.pdf
    Last edited by MasterKiller; 3/10/2005 11:09am at .

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    Heh, yeah I've long held that Chinese swords were crap, especially compared to the katana.
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    Ahh the love. I once had a friend that bought some TKD pads for 15$. He paid with a 20 and the Korean intructor gave him 2 patches as change.

    Ninfty eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterKiller
    I heard he's undefeated in middleweight mullet division.

    (we need a mullet smiley!)



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    "Chinese swords were crap, especially compared to the katana."

    different swords for different purposes. if you like to try chopping through stuff (like armor) katanas are the way to go. If by chinese swords you are reffering to the gim then all I have to say is that it was a sword for gentlemen and nobility. They attacked joints and did more slicing and jabbing as opposed to chopping. Chances are if you dueled with it nobody was wearing armor and you certainly didnt walk around with it unless you was damn good because everyone else had broadswords and spears and ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judge Pen
    This was before Sin The started learing under his SD teacher. Sorry, no one that I know of can do this. :razz:
    Speaking of which, was Sin's teacher the one who they had to shave down? Why don't you tell us the Shaolin-Do official version of that tale, that's my other favorite Shaolin Do story. :pain10:

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