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Bullshido.net Article on Wikipedia
The term “Bullshido” is a portmanteau of “bullshit” and “bushido” and is used as a pejorative term referring to a school’s inaccurate or fraudulent claims. Bullshido.net began in 2002 when several members of an Abu Dhabi Combat Club (ADCC) forum, disgruntled at the management and attitude of moderators of that site, decided to form their own in response. The site was then called “McDojo.com,” a portmanteau of “McDonalds” and “dojo”. The term McDojo was used to classify schools that had certain overly commercial features that negatively impacted the study of martial arts. However, due to a legal challenge by the McDonald’s Corporation over the use of this McWord, the website was renamed Bullshido.net
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