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    Quote Originally Posted by Flint
    Seattle
    Never mind.

    Yes, in Seattle. I would think that you would know where Bruce first taught, but I was mistaken.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex
    guess i dont win a cookie then :(

    what does his knowledge of bruce lee have to do with anything? i mean we already know hes a dork...
    Knowledge of the founder is kinda important.

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    Then where was it?

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    how the **** is it important? does knowing where bruce lee went to school have ANY relevance to fighting? explain this because I dont get it. I dont know where my coach went to primary school, do you think this information would make my cross that much stronger? asswipe

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    I'm wondering the same thing. You do have a colorful language towards me for someone I never offended.

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    University District, between 47th and 50th.

    http://www.allbrucelee.com/article/b...l_time_lin.htm

    1963 - Fall (Age 23): Seattle - Bruce moves his Jun Fan Kung-Fu Institute into a building (4750 University Way) near the university campus. He teaches any person of any race. (most Asian Martial Arts schools would only teach people of their own race). At Garfield High School, Bruce demonstrates the "One-Inch Punch". This is the punch he would later make famous at the 64' Long Beach Internationals and which was developed by him and James DeMile in Seattle. Bruce would hold his arm straight out, and with a shrug of his shoulder, knock a man straight across the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flint
    I'm wondering the same thing. You do have a colorful language towards me for someone I never offended.
    if you are talking to me, my previous post wasnt directed at you.

    asswipe :toothy4:

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    Well, this was fun. And no I know it wasn't. Thank you for the wonderful first night on this site. Perhaps when I wake up in the morning. I'll get some more spice to enjoy. I didn't know you wanted the streets it was on Sfe. Perhaps i'll have some better brighter luck come morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flint
    Well, this was fun. And no I know it wasn't. Thank you for the wonderful first night on this site. Perhaps when I wake up in the morning. I'll get some more spice to enjoy. I didn't know you wanted the streets it was on Sfe. Perhaps i'll have some better brighter luck come morning.
    Yo, Flint.

    Don't take things the wrong way.

    You've gotta develop a thick skin here. Just cause I know about Bruce's history here in Seattle doesn't mean you gotta get upset.

    Jeet Kun Do isn't a style, it's a way (for lack of a better term) and you'll always get bashed for it. Just suck it up and hang tight.

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    I could so get banned here...banned I tell ya!
    When You absolutely have to hide a body...try Alaska.

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    sfe is just bitter. he studies a FAKE martial art invented by midgets to confuse the americans

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