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  1. JohnnyCache is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by broken fingers
    This place is hands down guilty of bullshido. the website says Mixed Martial Arts, I asked if they had an MMA program. I did not ask for the guy's rank or stylefeild, but he talked to me assuming that i was inexperienced in martial arts. he then proceeded to give me a history lesson stating that BJJ is a part of judo/jiu jitsu and implied that ground work wasnt needed as much.

    NO GRAPPLE SPARRING! how the fudge are you gonna learn MMA if you never rolled around before? come on. stop bitching about MMA=/=Mixed Martial Arts, i asked for MMA training, he responded saying that it IS offered at that school. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!BULLfreakinSHIDO!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
    You went there in person? Probably good you didn't ask for his stylefield...
    There's no choice but to confront you, to engage you, to erase you. I've gone to great lengths to expand my threshold of pain. I will use my mistakes against you. There's no other choice.
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     Style: Kempo Ju Jitsu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurt
    Wow, so I have to chill out with the personal attacks? Hahahaha

    Dude I'm done, you're a fuckin' joke. That definition you just gave from a source that is about as credible as asking my dog is completely contradictory to your original argument. That article does more to agreee with my than it ever could with you. It says mixed martial arts came from NHB, which you said were not only unrelated, but that the real definition of MMA was the combination of styles. WHy wasn't that in the article? By the way, it also doesn't answer the question I had of which holds are barred, NHB is not to taken in a literal sense, same as MMA.

    You do need me to tell you the meaning of your own fucking posts. Ain't that cute?
    I didn't say they were never related. I said today they are not the same. Fighters are frequently "referred" to as NHB fighters but that does not stand true. Some (Daniel Puder on Television said this) call themselves Ultimate fighters without ever competing in the UFC.

    NHB does not exist in the USA.

    And your posts about the rules. It can't be truely answered unless you address the individual competitions as the rules will be slightly differant.


    Oh, and this "joke" will be in So. Cal tomorrow. I am sincere. You seem to have a lot of knowledge and I would love to learn from you. I will be in So. every few months to train my students so let me know if you want to hook up. This will be a short weekend but I will be back soon. We can talk more if you like. Talk soon my friend.
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    Man up, bitches. Dulce et decorum est pro sematics mori.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Locu5
    Man up, bitches. Dulce et decorum est pro sematics mori.
    Do you mind translating. I only speak English. Though I did catch the words bitches and sweet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Locu5
    Man up, bitches. Dulce et decorum est pro sematics mori.
    I see you are a man with your altogether correct use of the latin word "sematics"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Locu5
    Man up, bitches. Dulce et decorum est pro sematics mori.
    How good and proper it is to die for semantics?

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHA!

    Lcou5 just jumped like 8 notches on the Cool-o-meter, IMO.
  7. TKD Black Belt is offline
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    Not to critique one's spelling or anything but was this what you where after?

    Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori - it is sweet and right to die for your country

    Substitute 'patria' (country/land) with 'semantics' (or words, is that correct?) can we really die by or for our words?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKD Black Belt
    Not to critique one's spelling or anything but was this what you where after?

    Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori - it is sweet and right to die for your country

    Substitute 'patria' (country/land) with 'semantics' (or words, is that correct?) can we really die by or for our words?

    TKD
    You just killed it...oh god...he killed it...it was so funny, but now it's dead...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
    You went there in person? Probably good you didn't ask for his stylefield...
    did not go there in person but called and had a chat w/one of the guys that answered the phone. it was a breif conversation because i was at work at the time, but it was enough to confirm the strong bullshido status of that school.
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    What if I had said "dulce et decorum est pro go-****-yourself mori," is that a better conjugation?
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