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    Who are you ?

    when do you rate these studios? Who decides what scale you judge them on?
    Quote Originally Posted by patfromlogan
    http://ksdi.net/wybb.htmWhen in the world do you have the time to go to each studio and rate them? Do you go to Koo or just like his style?

    Koo is so cool! Not only do they have numerous 5 and 6 year old bbs, they brag about it! From their site:


    KSD produces the world's youngest martial art black belts!!

    The World's Youngest Black Belts:
    Joshua Bishop, Age 5, 1995
    Tommy Muller, Age 5, 1995
    Jared Whatley, Age 6, 1996
    Tyler Moore, Age 5, 1998
    Kyle Whigham, Age 6, 1998
    Joseph Thornbrough Age 6, 2000

    From several hundreds 3 years old and 4 years old, only these few remarkbale young children have persevered and succeeded!



    What is a Black Belt?

    Most traditional martial arts' systems and the general public believe that the black belt is the belt to achieve and when you attained the black belt, you are supposed to be able to defend yourself on the streets. This is the greatest myth of all time! Your ability to defend yourself on the street does no depend upon a piece of cloth which happen to be black.


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    Hopeful someone who can at least spell Tae Kwon Do :)
    You are a total Douchbag. Train more, post nevermore.
    FickleFingerOfFate -08-21-2007 08:59 AM

    just die already.
    Plasma - 08-20-2007 11:45 PM


    Aikidokkkkakkakakakaaaaa
    Best MA website ever!!!!!: http://www.dogjudo.co.uk/

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    Honestly I've never met a kind who could actually do damage to me in any way shape or form below 12. and even those a if-y at best.

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    okay?

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    Are you in Cartersville, too?

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    gwen3 next time you resurrect a thread and add nothing to it please check the post dates.

    not only that, but your post was basically incomprehensible, and as such this should probably be moved to trollshido ASAP

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    Haven't these guys learned how to shift weight when punching. Threw all punches with both heels on ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter H.
    Although, I do give her marks for her recent experimentation in the less known forms of Tai Chi, including the recently discovered "Ballerina Cat Tai Chi Superhero" form.
    That's hysterical. Seriously, it sound like one of my niece's halloween costumes. Or the one I'm going to suggest to her, just so she gives her parents fits trying to find all the stuff to make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Tao
    Honestly I've never met a kind who could actually do damage to me in any way shape or form below 12. and even those a if-y at best.
    I punched the breath out of my uncle when I was like 10. He was an adult. Of course, after catching his breath he proceeded to whoop my ass (not really, just made certain I wouldn't try that **** again with him)

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    I don't really see the black belt as someone who can "defend himself/herself on the street," but rather someone who has been exposed to all the basic kata of the partcular art. This doesn't mean much since it's simple memorization for karate, Tae Kwon Do, and Aikido for example.

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