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    I notice he's wearing gloves, I'm not sure that he could pull of some of those moves on t3h str33t as he would probably injure himself, what with the power he's using.

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    Seriously, though, that guy would be cool in a kung fu movie. Give him a yoyo made out of circular sawblades and watch him slice and dice.

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    such beauty, such grace was not meant to exist on this earth
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    Gateqway: It is a joke. Nothing personal, but you are being real thick.
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I was under the impression that yoyos orginally were weapons, concept being that you'd use it as a throwing blunt weapon, and the rope would allow easy retrieval. I'm really not sure, however.
    BTW, has'nt the yoyo with sawblades already been used in a movie? I'm pretty sure it has, but I don't remember the film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backdraft
    Gateqway: It is a joke. Nothing personal, but you are being real thick.
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I was under the impression that yoyos orginally were weapons, concept being that you'd use it as a throwing blunt weapon, and the rope would allow easy retrieval. I'm really not sure, however.
    BTW, has'nt the yoyo with sawblades already been used in a movie? I'm pretty sure it has, but I don't remember the film.
    Yeah I remember one that had a yoyo as a weapon. Also, one of the character's belt was a chinese long sword. I don't remember how that worked.

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    What is actually funny is that I bet that guy practices yo-yo more than any of the people on this board practice MA.

    Not that that will help him not get his ass kicked, but still, he has some major skill.

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    well it sure is a fucking lot easier to practice yo-yoing than Martial arts, since yo-yo is pretty much completely in-athletic and takes almost no physical exertion.
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    Kind of like poker, but that's gayer.
    Chinese sword as belt? I remember that one of my old kung-fu movies had a guy who receives a sword all rolled up. Maybe that's cause chinese swords are flexible and all that... Sirc, you don't remember the name of that movie, do you? The one with the Yoyo, I mean.

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    Double post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kidspatula
    well it sure is a fucking lot easier to practice yo-yoing than Martial arts, since yo-yo is pretty much completely in-athletic and takes almost no physical exertion.
    Agreed, but if we are talking time put in, and technical skill, this guy is pretty high up in the rankings I'm sure.

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