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    Quote Originally Posted by omega
    Yaaaay, another kung-fu convert!!!!:5bullwhip
    Hey, quit claiming my TD Crew bros. I'm trying to get the TKD boys up to Pitt to train with Master Ameris...so they can learn teh real TKD...
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    DerAuslander is awesomeness itself.

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    You have been quoted.

    What convinced you of my awesomeness?

    Was it the Aloha Shoyu?

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    Your ability to deliver ownage. I could almost go as far as saying you are Asia if his interest with the Japanese were switched with the Koreans.

    What is the aloha Shoyu? Is it like Kimchi?

    What do you think of BOA?

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    If I hadn't already devoted my life to a cause, I would devote it to Bullshido.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Jones
    Your ability to deliver ownage. I could almost go as far as saying you are Asia if his interest with the Japanese were switched with the Koreans.
    While I appreciate the sentiment, I cannot be compared to the great high lord Asia in the same sentence, as much as I may aspire to attain Godhood like He has. He and Omega are the ones I look up to on this board.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Jones
    What is the aloha Shoyu? Is it like Kimchi?
    Aloha Shoyu is a Hawaiian brand of soy sauce. My step-mom is Hawaiian, and since living in the islands, I have fallen in love with this sauce. Different blends of soy sauce do taste different. Kikkoman is much saltier, Aloha is a bit sweeter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Jones
    What do you think of BOA?

    On her 18th birthday me and one of my hyungs went out to MIB. It's Korean joint in northern VA. Nice place.

    We did shots in honor of her legality.

    Now I don't have to feel dirty when think of her anymore.

    I mean...do I need to say more?


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    While I appreciate the sentiment, I cannot be compared to the great high lord Asia in the same sentence, as much as I may aspire to attain Godhood like He has. He and Omega are the ones I look up to on this board.
    I was just seeing how humble you were. I can never again call Asia awesome. I'll have to think of something else that is greater than awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Jones
    I was just seeing how humble you were. I can never again call Asia awesome. I'll have to think of something else that is greater than awesome.
    I may be awesome.

    Asia, in the language of my fathers...is uber awesome.



    BoA thinks so too.

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    BTW Der have I told you how badly I hated you lately.

    Seriously though I posted some of your comments on that link to hopefully straigten out some of the TKD Propaganda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broken fingers
    i find it hard to believe that there are no words in the japanese language that defines "high kick" and "low kick" come on, its JAPAN!
    I don't know anything about japanese, but since the video clip is korean, isn't that irrelevant?
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