3/19/2006 3:36pm, #31
I like how that article called it a "martial arts mill", making it akin to a puppy mill, which are just plain despicable.
Also, Mr Nono is awesome. I wish I had him as a teacher when I was a kid.:new_all_c
3/21/2006 11:04am, #32
Excellent. Bullshido come through again.
3/21/2006 12:45pm, #33
Wonmoo...I think that's the circle school...
3/21/2006 2:44pm, #34
TTT for corporal punishment.
It will be good preparation for Royce's match with Hughes.
3/21/2006 4:44pm, #35
Originally Posted by Matt W.
- Join Date
- Oct 2005
3/21/2006 5:28pm, #36
3/22/2006 7:40am, #37Originally Posted by Whispers
3/22/2006 9:07am, #38Originally Posted by meng_mao
My karate/judo teacher was about the same when I was young (11 to 13 year old) he use to walk around with a stick and hit us if we striked left instead of right or stuf like that.
In judo when one of us would do a goofy thing or not traning hard enough he would make every one line up and come at him and would clean the mat with each of us.
it's MA not day care...Martial Arts is like sex, if you over complicate it with exotic sounding names, theories and principles, you end up fucking yourself in the ass. -Ronin69
3/22/2006 10:37am, #39
"Because you didn’t hug me when you came to class. Always hug me at the start and the end of class," Mr. Nono told them.
- Join Date
- Jan 2006
I have this vision of an Ogre growling "HUG ME!!!" at a room full of frightened children. Maybe this is not the best idea when some 5 year olds have poor bladder control under the best of circumstances. (I have seen assistant intstructors mopping up "accidents" in classes before)
Otherwise, the school looks pretty damned cool, if not as interesting as the Full Contact Karate
3/22/2006 12:12pm, #40Originally Posted by LolodesBois