Thread: My intro/ Bujinkan rant
7/02/2006 11:25pm, #11
Ah, I see they used the ol' "We trained the Armed Forces" ploy. Kind of like how Luminox sold a watch to a guy, found out he was a SEAL, then suddenly they are "THE OFFICIAL WATCH OF U.S. NAVY SEALS!""Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
7/03/2006 12:17am, #12
I did used to know a lot of millitary guys who trained in BBT, compared to none at my BJJ or judo gyms but being in the millitary does not equate to being the best judge of a martial art, neither is an art evaluated on the basis of how many millitary people train in it. Some people however, wish it was.
7/03/2006 1:41am, #13Originally Posted by spcroft
PM me. I think I know who you trained with and I think I may have another gym you might like also, that is if you are interested in Grappling also.
7/03/2006 1:57am, #14
The Shihan is right about nonviolent confrontation. The only way to destroy the Bujinkan is with knee strikes and escrima sticks.
7/03/2006 4:01am, #15
Yet paragraphs breaks are your friend!
7/03/2006 4:08am, #16
Still good post though.
Welcome to the forums . . . two drink minimum.
7/03/2006 12:29pm, #17Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak"Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
7/03/2006 12:34pm, #18
I thought ninjas could only be killed by other ninjas.
7/03/2006 12:48pm, #19Originally Posted by mrblackmagic
That is a common myth. The truth is like all creatures of the night they are suseptable to many Folk remodeys...garlic, silver bullets, crucifix, holy water, MMA 4 Oz. gloves, a kindof hard punch when they are not ready, grabing the wrong hand durring class, you know the normal stuff.
7/04/2006 9:36pm, #20
- Join Date
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What I find odd, is that this is still the only post from this person, and he has failed to come back on here to answer questions.