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    darth Samurai seems to be the only intelligent poster at that MAP thread about this.
    "Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.

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    I love immigrants! When I worked at a gas station I would have just give up the money. But not this guy, “Come on, you want my money, come get it!”

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I am a strong proponent of the flying kick-to-the-back-of-fleeing-coward.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I swear to God MAP wasn't this shitty when I was still posting there.

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    yeah im pretty dissapointed by MAP. since yoda stopped posting and kickchick took over it seems the retards have been welcomed with open arms.

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    Harsh!

    Some areas are not perhaps that well organised and the numbers of quality people do seem to have dwindled a bit.

    Still its there are some gems on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olorin
    I love immigrants! When I worked at a gas station I would have just give up the money. But not this guy, “Come on, you want my money, come get it!”
    Best response-to-robbery story I've heard comes from my friend's uncle and cousin, when two schmucks walked into their carpet store and tried to rob the place. Uncle pulls out his revolver from behind the counter and starts blasting away wildly, fortunately not killing any of the customers still in the store. Would-be-robber number one books out the front door, while robber number two tries for the back exit -- only there's no back exit.

    Uncle gets that guy.

    The police show up while cousin is freaking out about the fact that his uncle actually shot someone (guy's still alive, but shot). The police officer takes in the scene, takes the gun from uncle, then says, "Here's your problem. This thing's too light. A heavier-caliber gun woulda killed the guy for sure."

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Choke You
    I am a strong proponent of the flying kick-to-the-back-of-fleeing-coward.
    One of my favorites. That or the Chuck Norris flying kick/tackle to the dude who doesn't see it coming.

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    You ever sit down at a blackjack table and have some jackass hits on a 16 when the dealer is showing a six, and then they draw a 5? Meanwhile you stand on your 14 and eventual lose a hand you should have won because of the jackass on your right?

    This, combined with alex gong, is the martial arts equivalent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikken Hisatsu
    what the **** kind of jumping kick was that anyway?
    Some korean martial art: chambered without extension because of the door.

    Oh, and gay.

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